A Little Good News
The presidents (both MDs) of the two largest hospitals in Rhode Island reported this morning that their hospitals are operating at about 30% of capacity, that they have plenty of equipment, and that they both believe the infection curve has
Alan Weiss’s Word of the Week™ – 03/25/20
Today's word: vitrine.
Congratulations! You’re Awarded the Right to Send Us Money!
The reason various Who's Who books never impress me on anyone's biography is that you simply pay money and "buy" your way into them. I was able to get my dog, Trotsky, into one once until they caught me. Here's a
Episode 128: How Can You Help Others?
Discussing how we can be of comprehensive help in these times and all times. This is how you show up and be of service during this crisis.
I use a one-on-one personal trainer. Thus far, he's legally been able to continue to work with customers in his gym, but that could end any day. I workout Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and this past Monday I asked what
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 03/23/2020
When I've been inflicted with a flat tire on my cars, I don't know about you, but I don't stand around blaming the city, the tire manufacturer, the car dealer, or the fates. I get the tire changed one way
Things and People I Just Don’t Trust
I Little Lightness in the Crisis: The telephone instruction “Please listen to this entire message because our options have recently changed.” The service line recording, “This call may be recorded for quality control purposes.” Most packaging that claims “100% recyclable.”
Guest Column: With Whom You Associate Matters
Now More Than Ever: Whom You Associate With Matters By Lisa Anderson and Linda Popky When we took over management of the Society for the Advancement of Consulting (SAC) in 2018 from Million Dollar Consulting Guru Alan Weiss, we realized there were
For most of my adult life I've been disciplined to follow the news daily, reading the newspapers and watching TV. I find that today the stream of unrelenting, breathless, constantly bad news is overwhelming and redundant. I can skip what
Marketing in Tough Times
The question today isn't so much about "selling" as about "marketing" for the future. While I'm not suggesting you cease trying to provide your value to clients and prospects at the moment, it is going to be tougher than ever