The NCAA’s annual March Madness tournament tipped off over the weekend.
After a year off due to the start of the pandemic in 2020, there’s a lot of buzz, excitement, and brackets being filled out and “busted” early. Ah, what can be more exciting than a return to the hardwood and a crazy four weeks of “madness?”
Join me at a free event on Thursday where I’m a panelist for a discussion on cyber protection and insurance.
We as humans tend to want to prove something. Anything.
I fear we spend too much time trying to prove ourselves to others. Equally concerning, I fear we spend EVEN MORE time trying to prove ourselves to ourselves!
Check out this free webinar on protecting yourself from cybercrime…
Are you working from home with kids or grandkids? Know someone that is?
My podcast guest is Andrew Metz, and he’s the #1 creator of “Dad Content” on LinkedIn. Check out the podcast and learn more on how to balance our virtual and real worlds at home!
Waiting for perfect isn’t a strategy.
So why do we do it?
Let’s discuss the cost of waiting.
“Pops, will you read me this book?”
My 3-year old granddaughter asked me this question yesterday when we were visiting. You probably know what my answer was…
I know that one day in the future when my time on this earth is over, I will be judged by those left behind.
This greeting has long been followed by a quick extension of the hand, offered widely in our culture to propose goodwill, respect, and a gesture of friendship.
It’s been used as method employed by parents to get children to grudgingly make up; as adults to seal the deal on a negotiation or sale; until 2020
In any business – but especially in small and medium-sized enterprises – the CEO is the founder, leader, face, and voice. What the CEO says IS what the organization believes. The employees believe that; the clients and customers believe that; the key strategic partners believe that; and finally the community does, too.
There are two lessons here.