Archive for February 2018

Connecting With Aletha, radio interview

Whoever said all press is good press was full of beans. It just isn’t true. Solid, reputable press – hard-working honest individuals who are willing to be thoughtful, gracious, truthful and direct = good press in my opinion. With that intro, it was a pleasure to be in two studios last week: First one =…

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What To Think About When Hiring A Coach

Props to frolleague PhotoJoseph for the gracious invite to be on his program, and talk coaching with his audience. The industry (photo + video + production) is the better for his participation. High intensity fun & great questions!  

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What’s A Coach Good For?

“Leap & the net will appear.” – anonymous Aka the Value of Coaching Happy successful people, in myriad fields, completely understand and experience the wisdom of having a coach for their personal and professional development. Coaching has made me a much better connector, in every way. So, what’s a coach good for? Here’s two ways…

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Connecting Is About Better, Not More

Connecting is about relationships. It’s not about numbers. It’s not about working harder or accumulating more or being first or the most noticeable. The numbers may likely develop (if you’re a numbers lover) if your connectivity is real, ongoing and you’re dedicated to it for the purpose and meaning it holds. Yet that isn’t the…

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Connecting With Your Customers

Scenario one: Any store, Main Street, USA (fill in your location) You walk into store and take the first look around. It’s a big place, so you start wandering around to see everything they have to offer. After about 10 minutes, you’ve walked through the entire store, not seen anything that really catches your eye…

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What’s In Your Connectivity Toolbox?

In the interest of keeping my life organized, I like to periodically clean out files – the paper variety as well as the electronic kind. A recent clearing brought me face to face with my original Twitter registration email, which I had printed for my own records. The date: February 29, 2008. How fitting that…

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