When was the last time you carefully examined your operation, looking for the one little thing that, if changed, would make the biggest difference? For most of us the tendency is to look for sweeping changes, dramatically new opportunities, that
Is there anything to be said? I think not.
One of my favorite bloggers to read is Valeria Maltoni. Some great insight into a variety of topics. Tripped across one of her posts over on Blog Herald. Here are her five things a blogger can do to generate respect.
5:52 p.m. 77°F. The key today was that it rained. Not honest-to-goodness Texas rain. But it did rain. Gave our backyard a nice dampening. Gave everything that good smell. Although they say, "it never rains in California"…it actually does. Just
One of the coolest things about the coaching and consulting side of what I do is that when you’re on the phone…you can be anywhere. Tuesday night I did my coaching call with Chicago from the cliffs above Laguna Beach.
There’s a barrage of great quotes on innovation in a recent interview with Guy Kawasaki over on the WCA News site. Would have loved to have been able to ask a follow-up or two…but this is good stuff! Here are
We watched Easy Rider the other day. Very weird. VERY weird. But it did remind me of one of my favorite commercials. Dennis Hopper as crazed referee. Check it out.
Don’t know if you’ve found Mike Wagner yet. Doesn’t post a lot…but when he does, good stuff. Check out this week’s post about The Lone Genius. Great illustration of the power of teams for innovation. A really good exercise too!
Do you know what it is that makes leadership possible? According to John Maxwell it is a matter of "change". Not change like in "Things need to change." More like, "Investing in you is like putting a little ‘change’ in
A beautiful day in So Cal. Great surf and temperature down at San Clemente earlier. 87°F at 5:25 p.m. Hot…but not radically hot. Fajitas on the grill. Mark’s jammin’ roasted tomato and jalapeño salsa to go with it. Good times!