Come On, Man: Are You the One Buying SEO Services from Spammers?!
How are you buying things today, from consumer goods to professional services? My guess is that you're using remote means for "minor" things, and referrals from people whom you trust for "major things." So you don't look for a tax
Prudence or Preposterous? (Come on, man!)
How long do you wait until you're convinced—one way or another—about the "long term effects" of being vaccinated? What, exactly, does that metric look like?
Mom, They Yelled At Me! (Come on, Man!)
Thank you for asking, I'll tell you what's pathetic: There are people on Facebook who have received unkind feedback from a single person and now want swarms of people to reassure them. If one-off feedback throws you into a conniption
The Pessimist/Optimist Test
When you reach into your pocket and unexpectedly find a few bucks, do you say to yourself, "Damn, I could have used this, how long has it been in there?" or "Wow, newly-found money!"
Come On, Man: Digital Transmogrification
"Digital transformation" is getting tossed around like “reengineering,” “lean,” “agile,” “management by walking around,” “the one-minute manager,” "good to great," and other such memes which have come to mean nothing at all. Is it a digital transformation if the clock in
If the Browns Could Beat the Steelers….
I have had it with people telling me they "can't" do things. They can't write a book, can't call for referrals, can't pay to attend a session, can't find the time, yada yada yada. The Browns beat the Steelers last night
Come on, man! Investing in Yourself
The amount of people on social media, particularly Linkedin, who feel everyone there is open game for free help is astounding. You get what you pay for. (I'm astounded at some people in my own community who in one breath
Come on, man! Just Add A Ukulele
Enough with fake backdrops on Zoom. If you consider the frequency and consistency with which we all resort to Zoom, is it so hard to create a place with a professional background where you seem more personal and "real"? There
Come on, man: The Test
Resolutions are really stupid. Why confine change and improvement to one effort a year? And, of course, talk is cheap. Effective change is often sequential, not concurrent. It's tough to change several things at once that aren't interrelated. The key to
Think of the Fourth Sale First
Two coffee shops, one block apart, each opens at 7 on Saturdays. But I'm often out with the dogs by 6:30, and I'd prefer to give them my business than Dunkin' Donuts on occasion. One owner tells me, "I'm in the