When you're a public figure frequently appearing in varying media, you receive some bizarre emails. Here's one from today: "I've thought about, and I believe I can benefit from subscribing to your videocast offer [Alan Weiss's Common Sense® Worldview Weekly Video], certainly
April 29, 2013—Issue #188 This week's focus point: When my daughter was young, she used to call "instructions" by another name: "destructions." And watching me assemble a bike or replace flashlight batteries at times certainly merited the latter.
Marshall Mellow My doctor performed my semi-annual colonoscopy today (photo below) and I volunteered for it to be filmed by the local television cable show, Waste Matters. I'm ecstatic to be a part of health and the media. Troy Molloy Pictured
This one-woman, Bette Midler show about famed agent Sue Mengers was reviewed today by Terry Teachout, the notorious Wall Street Journal reviewer who has dreams he's Clive Barnes or Charles Isherwood. He's having an all-too-frequent hissy-fit because Ms. Midler doesn't
I'm finishing yet another Million Dollar Consulting® College here in Newport this morning, and my next one in December is a third-filled already. I'm wonderfully surprised about the lifespan of something I thought would run for a few years back