Any decision you make isn’t worth a tinker’s damn until you have formed the habit of making it and keeping it. —Henry Ford
Imagine that this is your situation:
Your young company is a raging success. Its product, a simple one that can be produced ...
A story is told of an old guy driving home from work when his wife calls him on his cell phone. “Phil,” she shouts in a panic, “Please be careful! I just heard on the news that some lunatic is driving the wrong way on Route 80.” “Heck Doris, it’s ...
Upping your game, changing the conversation, breaking through the glass ceiling… whichever is your metaphor of choice, the sentiment is right, the question is how?
This came top of mind on three separate occasions just this past week. Specifically: