Do you hope––or do you believe? In these trying times, we must eliminate hoping, wishing, and luck from our vocabulary. This week I’ll tell you how I learned the importance of that notion.
Early is on time and on time is late. This week, I’ll share how as a child, I watched my family learn that lesson the hard way.
Your word or a contract? This week, I’ll talk about how I learned why it’s so important to do what you say you’ll do.
Never underestimate the power of a simple “hello.” It’s a lesson I had to learn the hard way as a child, and this week, I’ll tell you why that lesson had such a lasting impact.
The Hustle is NOT real. Sort of. Not long ago, I would have argued that it WAS until I was blue in the face. In fact, when we first opened the Scribe offices, I had the designers paint in huge letters on the wall opposite my desk: THE HUSTLE IS REAL. It’s because, coming up…
“Attention to detail” doesn’t mean the same thing for everyone. This week, I’ll tell you about an invaluable lesson I learned as a child that helped me realize that.
It’s that time of year again–everyone is making their resolutions for the new year. But why wait that long. Read this week about why you need to make those changes NOW.
Lottery winners, professional athletes, and VC-backed companies have something in common. Sounds crazy, but it’s true. They win more money than they’ve ever seen, practically overnight—with a $1 ticket, a contract that seemingly sets them up for life, or millions in capital raised to start their business. And they’re broke five years later. In the…
In all the talk about work-life balance, no one is addressing the “life” part of the equation. This week, I’ll do just that.
We’ve all heard the phrase “silence is golden.” This week, I’ll tell you why that is especially true in business conversations.