Amidst a fabulous setting, the Million Dollar Consulting® Graduate School is in its final day. Yesterday featured presentations by uber-literary agent Jeff Herman and technology genius Chad Barr, followed by a loud dinner at "Delicious."
It's easier to carp than to improve. It's easier to blame than to take accountability. It's easier to be pessimistic and justify your lack of success than to be optimistic and work at success. I admire people who join mastermind groups
Alan has just conducted his monthly teleconference series while dedicating this one to questions sent and asked by various members of his community. Click on the excerpts below to listen to some great sample questions and outstanding answers from Alan,
The names of everyone and everything except my wife and me are changed for obvious reasons! As we're driving out of the house to dine last evening, we realize that we have no dinner reservation in New York for the next
I always learn more than anyone when I conduct these sessions, and here is what strikes me, either as new learning or validation of best practices: • Existing customers may love you, but that doesn’t translate to prospects unless you provide
In 1882 the first Labor Day parade took place, an assemblage of thousands of people taking an unpaid day to celebrate the worth and value of their work. In 1894, Congress, with its usual speed of a decade having gone
Agenda: A list or outline of things to be done, subjects to be discussed, business to be transacted; a program. — Webster's Third New International Unabridged (For those of you lost in Wikipedia, that's a "dictionary.") You have to beware of
I know it’s unfashionable to report good news, but someone has to do it. The stock market is hovering around being in the black for 2009. Government indicators are cautiously positive on trends in unemployment, housing sales, and trade. That is, things