Nope. Don’t skip it. “Skip it” as an idiom has many meanings. Many times we might use it to just mean “oh never mind.” Or we might say “skip that for now or just this time – I’ll do it
I learned a few years ago that being the smartest person in the room is not necessarily a good thing. Especially today where we have access to so much information on those little electronic devices that we can’t give up.
Plunged into darkness. We were all plunged into darkness last week with the total solar eclipse, something that we haven’t seen in 26 years. But that’s not the kind of plunging into darkness that I’m talking about. Here’s the situation.
I know you’ve seen it. You’re driving down the street and the squirrel darts out from one side or the other, stops in the middle of the road in the path of your oncoming car. You’d think because they are
I’m doing a little “business” today. It’s because I’ve had people in my travels ask about CRM’s (Customer Relationship Management) software. I’ll be brief because I find this topic dry. First of all know this: Few things are still as
I’m returning from a short trip to Cuba and it brought to mind how much we have to learn from the people there. To say nothing of the politics, (yes, everyone was holding their breath the Friday before we left
Like many of you, I attend a lot of association meetings, business events and networking opportunities where I’m often asked what I do. My general response is “I keep folks out of jail.” Now since most of these events find
Simon Says. Remember the game we played as kids? Well I want to introduce you to a Ted Talk speaker I heard a few years ago who has become one of my personal Simon Says – Simon Sinek. He’s someone
Uh oh. May is here and in just a few short weeks 2017 will be half over! Doesn’t it seem like we were just wishing one another happy new year and forgetting to write 2017 instead of 2016? Well, all
United Airlines will probably be able to weather the storm over its recent mistreatment of a passenger, because it’s such a big corporation. If you made a large mistake could you afford it? Could you afford to have your reputation