To quote my co-author of Lifestorming, Marshall Goldsmith: If you've tried for months to get something done and you haven't been able to, you need help. There's no evidence or reasonable expectation that you're suddenly going to be successful now. Asking for
"Some lessons in why your telling yourself you can might wind up in finding out why you can't." Transcript: Welcome to The Uncomfortable Truth and the uncomfortable truth today is, "No, you can't." That's right, no, you can't. Remember Sammy Davis Jr.?
I believe there's an inverse proportion between profanity and vocabulary. The more of the former, the less of the latter. I understand "shock" potential, but I don't understand vulgarity that's completely gratuitous and adds nothing to the point. Routinely, I unfriend
I asked a woman at a pro bono speech I was making what kind of value she provided. She stammered and then said something uninteresting. I suggested some ways to change her approach and mentioned four elements. "Oh, I don't agree
I receive letters daily because I'm in print, on video, and on audio in so many places. I'm also on three social media platforms. Most communications are kind, some are angry, and a few are sociopathic. But what intrigues me