Well, I’m going to continue my rant on problem solving (no surprise here, eh?). If you haven’t read my posts on problem solving as an economic generator or on problem solving as a process, please do so now. Shucks, you may even want to read my post where I argue for shifting your entire economicContinue reading “Developing Your Credibility as a Problem-Solver (pt. 1)”
Tag Archives: Selling
I Can’t Say It Any Plainer: SOLVE the @$%! PROBLEM!
I was having a discussion with an organization I am helping and we got to talking about how to get their desired improvements going. One of the folks at the table declared, “We just don’t have enough money.” I about fell out of my chair. But instead of yelling the “NO!” that was screaming insideContinue reading “I Can’t Say It Any Plainer: SOLVE the @$%! PROBLEM!”
Ending my radio silence
Talk about radio silence. My last post was almost 2 months ago. Wow. I am definitely not a blogger. Nor is my desire to be a blogger. I just want to be a guy with a perspective. One that others find valuable. So, please know that while I am committed to posting more often than every twoContinue reading “Ending my radio silence”
The End of the World as We Know It (pt. 1)
I’m a context guy. What I mean by that is I like to must see the big picture. Some might call it the bottom line. Whatever. If I don’t see the greater context, I struggle with listening to the details. It’s like some form of torture, where I’ve been tied to a chair and haveContinue reading “The End of the World as We Know It (pt. 1)”
Viva La Revolucion!
I want to start a revolution. Not some rise against corrupt, imperial authority. And not some post-modern rant against the machine. I’m talking about the kind of revolution that describes a worldwide shift in how we live. And more specifically, sell. Technically, the revolution has already begun – and I didn’t start it. When computers were reduced in theContinue reading “Viva La Revolucion!”