I've found that people receiving something for free are more demanding than people who are paying for a service or product! There seems to be a bizarre sense of entitlement that accompanies the "freebie." When I've spoken pro bono for many association
Episode 34: Damage
Don't default to believing others are damaged or they'll think the same of you. What we need is trust, because we want others to trust us. But, if you start from the position of believing others are damaged, you'll be hard-pressed to establish any meaningful connection.
Please, Please Like Me
If you are concerned about: • Someone unsubscribing from one of your lists. • A critique of your position in social media. • Rejection by a buyer. • Low "click through" rates. • A poor review on Amazon.com. • Low Klout scores • Low amounts of friends,
Have you read at least two books over the past month?
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 5/28/18
Normandy May God bless every person in the military who has put their lives in harm’s way, on the land, on the sea, or in the air, to protect their country. And may those who gave Lincoln’s “last full measure
May God bless all those people in the military who have put their lives in harm’s way, on the land, on the sea, or in the air, to protect their country. And may those who gave Lincoln’s “last full measure
Excuse Me, But I Have Something to Offer
If you want to overcome fears, guilt, trepidation, and other obstacles to your performing well in marketing, just change your mindset. Instead of believing that you're "selling" something, and that you either win (get the sale) or lose (don't get
TED: Tedious, Excessive Delivery
I know this is politically incorrect, but it seems to me that there are only about ten topics on TED that keep repeating with a different person each time. How many 20-minute, carefully choreographed talks on saving the planet, recovering