Straighten Up and Fly Right (Episode 37)
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New York Times Agrees
See my review of "A Steady Rain" a few posts ago. Here's what the New York Times critic said this morning: “A Steady Rain” is probably best regarded as a small, wobbly pedestal on which two gods of the screen may
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 9/28/09
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo®’s mission is to help readers to thrive. September 28, 2009—Issue #2 This week’s focus point: Every buyer in every business has both time and money. Acquiring them for yourself is not a resource competition, in the traditional
I had won two Patriots' tickets at auction: seats in the fourth row on the 50-yard line. The game was with the Atlanta Falcons, a good team with a fine, young quarterback. Rain was forecast, so my son, Jason, who
Open Channel Teleconference
Alan has just conducted his monthly teleconference series while dedicating this one to questions sent and asked by various members of his community. Click on the excerpts below to listen to some great sample questions and outstanding answers from Alan,
Birthday Party Successful
A year after we raced home from Capri, our twin granddaughters celebrated their first birthday on the roof garden of their home in Chelsea. About 40 adults and children attended, including all the "cousins." When Chad gets the chance, you'll
Broadway: A Steady Rain Has A Dry Spell
We were close enough for Hugh Jackman to perspire on my wife, which pretty much made her night. The house was packed, though the play doesn't officially open until Tuesday. Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman in A Steady Rain are
Alan’s First Social Media Client!!
Having been King of Social Media for four or five months now, and with 6 million connections on linkedin, 300 friends on Facebook, and 1100 followers on Twitter, my very first client from those sources came on board this morning!! Chris
I love it when people in Rhode Island say, "I'm going in to the city," meaning Providence. There is only one The City, and it's New York. The Acela yesterday was smack on time, first class only half-filled, which is the