In the beginning was the Word. So says the King James Bible, and so it goes in my line of work.
While there are many many use cases and successes, I couldn’t help to think about one specific use case in recent news, First Republic Bank.
What is ideal is building a team of people who ARE motivated that take initiative toward the given objectives and vision.
In my view, Amazon Prime is one of the stickiest ecosystems I can think of.
Chasing greatness, in many if not most cases, requires perfection.
The thing to me that handles everything or nearly everything is training.
My colleague mentioned an idea, he said, "we should compare ChatGPT to the New York Times". So I figured we would do exactly that.
Since it's the beginning of the year and in the spirit of goal-making, here are a few thoughts related to goal attainment.
I’ve bootstrapped for 15 years. It’s unforgiving. Payroll is demanding. Profitability can be tricky at times.
I'm mid-reading Return to the Little Kingdom about the very early days at Apple and at some point, he's talking about marketing and ads.
Knowing what I know now, yes, I would have dropped out. But I always encourage people to be lifelong students.
I had a call the other day with a client and there was a consultant on the call from a large consulting group and the consultant referred...
It’s interesting how often the biggest need that comes up is either training or internal communication.
What is a brand? I’ve been obsessed with brands since I was a little kid. I remember being 7 or 8 and seeing my first pair of Nike Airs...
It’s incredible how far animation has come. I remember seeing Toy Story for the first time and I was immediately captivated...
Homeostasis is the state of a normal condition where the body settles into the same thing.
If I had to isolate the one thing that I think makes all the difference to a companies future, it would be training.
I've always visualized my goals. I can see them. I have to be able to see them first and then visualize how to attain them...
When I was in college, I worked for a car dealership in Dallas. One of the brands we sold was Saab.
Nothing kills enthusiasm like indecision. How many times has the thrill of a night out dwindled into a monotonous parade of...
Part of selling is storytelling. I was speaking to my VP today about an example I saw from another company...
I’ve had countless conversations with many of the largest companies in the world and there are three things I’ve observed...
Often a client will ask me "what should we look out for, what should we avoid?"
Each December, I think back to the worst December ever… so I figured I would tell you the story.
Many of us have been navigating some uncomfortable edges this past year for a myriad of reasons.
I think we can all agree that 2020 was a mixed bag. One filled with some great things…and a lot of not-so-great things.