3 Things We Need To Cultivate As We Recover From The Pandemic

I’m sure I’m in the same boat as a lot of people when I mention that during the pandemic, I miss the friction of ideas that come up due to random conversations, meetings, or drinks with people that I might just bump into when I am out and about or run into a conference or something. As we’ve moved through …

If I were starting a modern MBA…

I think I would start with a reading list of things that you need to know or think about going into the course work… I don’t think this is comprehensive, but here are 5 books I think we should all take a look at: The Essential Drucker by Peter Drucker:  Peter Drucker was the father of modern management and this book …

19 Books You Should Have On Your 2019 Reading List

  I saw an Adam Grant list of books that he suggests you read in 2019 to improve your business. Nothing against his list, but mine is likely a lot different. So let me share it with you. This Is Marketing by Seth Godin: This is at the top of my list of my favorite books of 2018. As a marketer, …

Been Nose Deep In Tom Peter’s ‘The Excellence Dividend’…

Most of the day… And, I’ll probably write up a review once I am done, but if I had to give you my takeaway of the book right now…I’d simply say that Tom’s advice is: Don’t pull your punches. The world needs you to follow through with all your power. What do you think? Have you read Tom’s latest?

3 Books I Think You’d Like

  From time to time I like to share a few book suggestions with you. Tonight, I have 3 new ones that I have been working through over the past few weeks and I think you will enjoy them. Robin:  This a biography of Robin Williams and I finished it over two weekends…actually I finished most of it in one …

Doing the right thing is simple…

  I was listening to Tom Peters on a podcast this morning, talking about his new book The Excellence Dividend. The basis of Tom’s book is that in a world driven more and more by technology, the human will win the day. That’s when I pulled up to my son’s orthodontist and realized that the simple thing is actually pretty …

Are you screaming “WE CARE” to your customers?

  When I was 24, I moved to Seattle and really didn’t know anyone, know anything, and have any connections to anything. I did have a hope and a dream that I could make something of myself. That’s when I saw a job announcement in one of the Seattle papers at the time about staff for the Seattle Theatre Group. …