If you visited Amazon's consulting book list today you would have found that I have 5 of the top 25 books on consulting, and, oh yes, the Number One in the country (the third edition of Getting Started in Consulting). These
(NOTE: REPRINTED FROM MY COLUMN IN RainToday, firstname.lastname@example.org) I've been using the new Providence, RI train station for 20 years (it's not that new). It's a typical six-track station, with a small restaurant, newsstand, vending machines, baggage office, ticket counter, and
Some of my random observations that became too long for my note pad: 1. Always build, don't destroy. The Democrats seem too intent, for example, on destroying the Republicans, who have done a pretty good job of doing that to themselves.
NOTE:This originally appeared in RainToday, where I am a contributing editor. I know a great many people having the best financial year of their lives. I certainly am. None of us is an investor who guessed right on the market (I'm
Business Week reports the results of a combination of Bureau of Labor Statistics figures and Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Home Price Index, and the producer price index, in the February 16 issue. Prices for things such as gasoline have
Every time you pick up a newspaper or turn on the television you’re apt to read and hear bad news. That’s because the media thrive on misery. And that’s because everyone likes to point fingers at everyone else—from political parties
I've just received an "invitation" accompanied by a cheap serving dish made in China. I'm invited, as a "thought leader," to something called SANG in Las Vegas. When you go to the web site you find the usual suspects have