Now that we’ve made it through the gift buying holidays, I invite you to take a moment and reflect on your year. No, we will not be making any resolutions, but we may be saving some lives. Set aside the things you did or did not get this past year and think about what you
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Ate at Five Guys Burgers and Fries for the first time and noted an interesting reframe for encouraging over consumption and extra spending. Your challenge is to apply the same principle in a win-win way in your own business.
As we are full in the swing of the holi-daze, it’s good to remember what the season is all about. It isn’t shopping, spending, buying — it *is* about giving and love. I was coming here to share about a particular book that an associate asked me to promote. I changed my mind after seeing
Doing business on the Internet is “easy” — you just put up a web site and collect the moola, right? Um, no. Or at least not any more than doing business offline is as simple as setting up an office and getting paid. So, what’s missing from this overly simplistic idea of business? People for
I’m in the middle of composing an epic post that simplifies the whole business world and applies it to your web site. In the meantime, I had to let you know about a time-sensitive deal. (It has nothing to do with ”black Friday”, ”cyber Monday”, or ”arbitrary Tuesday” sales — but does have a deadline
Like so many other resources, we often take water for granted. It’s there from the tap, in the water cooler, at the drinking fountain. But most of the water in the world is not safe to just drink. And nasties like candida and giardia don’t care about age, race, class, income, or geography. The funny
One of Marlon Sanders’s key mantras is ”produce and promote.” A wise set of words if ever I heard any. I’ve been deep in production mode the last few days and have let the promotion aspect slip. Hence, the question: where is the balance between producing and promoting? When dealing with products the production often