Branding

September 21, 2017

3 Steps to Building Self-Confidence.

The best approach to building self-confidence is captured in one word: achievement. Building self-confidence comes down to stringing together a series of achievements. It is not 3 steps. I put that in the title as clickbait. No, if you want to build self-confidence you need to plan achievements so that […]
September 7, 2017

The Path of Least Resistance is Well Travelled; It Leads Nowhere. 

I am working on a first-time event and am targeting 2000 attendees. Perhaps this goal represents the triumph of hope over experience. 2000 attendees for a first-time event with no funding beyond my personal resources. Yet I learned early in my career that effective goal-setting requires aggressive, albeit attainable, aspirations. […]
January 12, 2017

Four Characteristics of Poise and Polish

Be Where Your Feet Are Storefront Precision Consistency Poise and polish can be cultivated. Good deportment is there for all of us. High quality professionals, across various industries, include poise and polish amongst their skill sets. Irrespective of one’s role in an organization, a certain elegance can elevate performance while […]
November 9, 2016
4 keys to the perfect employee

4 Keys to the Perfect Employee.

Tonight as we await the election results I retreated, and compiled a list of the four qualities found in the perfect employee, or for that matter neighbor, son, daughter, or any other role you can imagine.  I’ll hope my President has these four qualities. To start, consider this example-how pleasant can a restaurant […]
May 24, 2016

Train Your Brain

Train your Brain.   What would your critics say about you? Would you be comfortable hearing what others consider your challenges?  Would you be surprised by how they describe your performance? How about your strengths?  What would others say are your strengths? Your vocabulary, what comes out of your own […]
May 9, 2016

Mind The Storefront

Mind The Storefront Most people you meet in everyday life don’t get to know you particularly well.  Most folks with whom you come into contact have your storefront to go on.  Their impression is also impacted by your title or your company, maybe a comment they’ve heard about you.  These […]
April 11, 2016

Physician, Heal Thyself

Physician, Heal Thyself Betcha didn’t know that is from the Bible! It’s connotation today is that you should look at your own issues before you go trying to solve other people’s. Its hard to refute the contention that the biggest troublemaker you’ll face today is the one in the mirror […]
March 21, 2016

Your Brand: Tell Me in One Word

How do people describe you? Beyond your age or gender or general storefront?  Smart or nice or silly or clever or quiet or aloof or moody? There would be similarity in the adjectives parents, friends, colleagues, and general acquaintances would use to describe you. In total, the adjectives they use […]