This may prove to be the single most important article you ever read for the rest of your life...so listen up and listen good!
I just finished re-reading one of my favorite books called...What Would Machiavelli Do? "The Ends Justify The Meanness."
In this little gem of a book...there's an absolutely phenomenal chapter called “He would be, for the most part, a paranoid freak.”
It starts out with a quote from Intel’s Chairman, Andy Grove, stating --- “I att
I was re-reading one of my FAVORITE books the other day called "Patton on Leadership." This book talks about Patton's military strategies and how they translate to success in your life.
One of my favorite passages is called "Keep Moving."
Patton's quote says "When you dig a fox hole, you dig your grave!"
I like this quote because it reminds me to keep progressing and stop waiting for the perfect time to do or accomplish something. Digging a fox hole is li
Did you know there's a place where you can learn just about anything you want?
Want to get rich? Start a new career? Learn a new skill? Discover someone's life story? Embrace the newest technology? No problem - it's all here! And there's so much more!
Where is this temple? It's probably no more than 10 minutes from your home...your local library!
That's right...the key to the treasure chest is right in front of you. The question is...will you take the key
Dale Carnegie is best known as a genius communicator and the author of the bestseller, "How to Win Friends And Influence People." What you may not know is that he was also brilliant when it came to the mind/body connection.
That said...Dale Carnegie's best book actually be a little-known work of art called "How To Stop Worrying And Start Living." In this book, he talks all about how to keep from worrying yourself into an early grave and embrace the day.
Did you know that by eliciting one of my favorite negotiation strategies you can save BIG money no matter what you purchase?
The strategy is called "Never Take the First Offer or Counteroffer" – This is simply refusing to accept the “other side’s” first offer or counteroffer.
Before I go too far here, you have to understand that most companies build huge profit margins into their products and services. This is how they make money! Therefore, th
Call me delusional, call me crazy - each day, without fail, I'm haunted with the same phrase going through my mind like an out of control ghost train - "manage your time or someone else will." Where am I going with this? Good question!
I was thumbing through a terrific book called "No B.S. Business Success" by marketing legend/guru Dan Kennedy.
In this book, Dan talks about the importance of managing your time well and keeping away so-called time-wasters o
I want to take a moment and teach you a technique that you can use right away to be a more effective "challenge" solver. The foundation of this technique lies in the what questions you ask yourself and the answers you come up with.
Before we get going you need to understand that whenever you ask yourself a question - your mind comes up with some sort of answer. For instance -- think of a challenge your facing, and ask yourself, "Why does this always happen to
Throughout my career, I've had the pleasure of producing and executing dozens of publicity plans.
I've written plans for...
- Driving new store customers
- Making businesses attractive to recent or future college graduates
- Building business-to-business partnerships
Throughout...I've been a die-hard student of a publicity guru - the only man to literally become a multi-millionaire by selling the Brooklyn Bridge, Dr. Paul Hartunian. In fact, I worked wit
Thomas Jefferson was both a stellar statesman and a poignant commmunicator!
The following are his famous "10 Rules for Living the Good Life."
1. NEVER put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
2. NEVER trouble another for what you can do yourself.
3. NEVER spend your money before you have it.
4. NEVER buy what you do not want because it is cheap; it will never be dear to you.
5. PRIDE costs us more than hunger, thirst, and cold.
6. NEVER repent of h
As a communicator it's vitally important to speak with credibility. When you have it...90% of the work to convey your message to someone else is done!
Here are a few great ways to build credibility...
1. Know your subject backwards and forwards, inside and out. If someone asks you a question and you do not know the answer 100% - tell them you do not know and get them the answer at another time. OR...send them to someone else. 2. Speak as you normally would. Do not try to