Come On, Man: I Can Learn How to Publish A Book?
Here's a message to anyone who wants to link with me on LinkedIn. I generally accept anyone who asks because I assume you're interested in my work. However, a small percentage of these requests result in an immediate solicitation from someone who
Come On, Man: Southwest Air
What Herb Kelleher had brilliantly created has come apart at the seams. The aerodynamics of the company don’t work anymore. But, what do you expect from a CEO who’s making a paltry $3 million Would you believe that Southwest crew members
Come On, Man: The Rain in Spain Goes Mainly Down the Drain
We're in Harrods, in the "perfumery," and a very casually (sloppily) dressed woman is eating a huge, sloppy sandwich at a seat and mirror used for testing makeup. A guy walks by who looks like he was just washed ashore,
Come on, man: What Are the Odds?
Every single person I know who has driven a motorcycle for longer than a year has had at least one accident. I guess it's quite a coincidence, right?
Come on, Man: They’re Called Great Whites but not Great Fishermen
There are guys here on Nantucket at 6 in the morning and at 6 in the evening standing in the ocean up to their knees, in the wind and sometimes rain, casting a line into the breakers. I've never seen
Come On, Man: The Endless Dilution (TED)
I once enjoyed the TED talks with people featured such as Professor Dan Gilbert at Harvard speaking on happiness and how to achieve it in your life. At the time he had about 15 million "views" (I subsequently hired him
Just Because You Think It or Write It Doesn’t Make It True
When I read one of these "bad news" posts on Facebook or LinkedIn the comments are rife with people throwing fuel on the fire. They recount how it also happened to them, that the human race is hopeless, that only
Come On, Man: Easy Intellectual Property
I take a minute or two for a quick look at LinkedIn every morning, and I stumbled on a series of videos a guy posts which I found myself really agreeing with. Then I realized it was my stuff! No attribution,
Come On, Man: HR Help Less Than A Magazine Subscription
An outfit named Bambee is advertising nationally that it can provide human resources help for any small business for $99 a month. At last, HR fees commensurate with value!!
Come on Man: Sure I’ll Endorse You. Check or Credit Card?
If you have to pay to be on a stage addressing people at a conference or convention, I have some unhappy news for you: Everyone in the audience knows that the organization only puts people on stage who have paid