A Minute With Alan™ — Poor Memories
August 31st, 2022 Stop pretending and get the meals right. https://youtu.be/5fXQ5Lmnb_g
Please Pass the Flamethrower, I Have to Open the Tylenol.
These totally sealed items drive me crazy. Whether it's a screwdriver, or glue, or pills, or a magazine, you need a blowtorch and chainsaw to open them, usually ruining what's inside. The directions are in a type smaller than a
Alan Weiss’s Word of the Week™ — 08/31/2022
Cognomen: A nickname. “Baseball great Babe Ruth’s cognomen was ‘the king of swat.’”
The March of Time
Over the past two days I've conducted an interview for my podcast series, done an interview for someone else's podcast, delivered two workshops, completed four coaching sessions globally, and communicated with dozens of clients and prospects, while dealing with properties
A Minute With Alan™ — One-Stop Shopping
August 30th, 2022 To what extent are you one-stop shopping?
A Minute With Alan™ — Writers or Waiters?
August 29th, 2022 They were a lousy server and an unsuccessful screenwriter.
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 08/29/2022
A “heuristic” is a framework which enables us to make decisions by ourselves. We rely on them daily to reach quick solutions. We hear this often in the admonition, “go with your gut.” We may depend on heuristics to choose
Your People Will NOT Talk to My People. I Am My People.
I've noticed that people with virtual assistants take longer to get me things I need: a calendar appointment, a bio for an interview, a photo for an article, scheduling information, etc. But people with whom I deal directly have what
I was the "relief pitcher" in church last evening when the scheduled lector was ill and I was asked to fill in at the last minute. All went well (I believe that too much practice makes us "stale" and takes