A Matter of Trust.

August 24

A Matter of Trust.

The Lance Armstrong saga is just sad. Because even if he did dope, cycling is a sport that’s riddled with doping, and winning seven consecutive Tours de France is therefore, no matter how you slice it, a fantastic feat.

Read more

We Never Forget our Firsts.

August 22

We Never Forget our Firsts.

Remember those Head & Shoulders shampoo commercials that said you can’t afford to have dandruff because You never get a second chance to make a first impression?

Read more

Lost Time.

August 21

Lost Time.

Last week I gave a motivational speech to 100 or so employees at the GIII Apparel Group in New York (I have a personal relationship with this great company – something I’ll expand on in a future post).

Read more

You Are Many Things.

August 16

You Are Many Things.

As the air starts to cool and fall gets closer, I’m always reminded of a feeling I used to have as a kid – that “back to school” feeling, in the pit of my stomach.

Read more

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

August 15

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Wayne Gretzky FDR famously said: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” To me, the above quote, said...

Read more

What Would Jeter Do?

August 13

What Would Jeter Do?

Derek Jeter never takes a play off. He’s always full speed ahead.

Read more

Do You Have the Knowledge to be Clutch?

August 9

Do You Have the Knowledge to be Clutch?

Eli Manning is always cool, calm and collected - which is another way of saying he’s always prepared.

Read more

Where Did All Our Customers Go?

August 6

Where Did All Our Customers Go?

In my last post, I talked about production vs. promotion – is your company maintaining the quality of its core services, while expanding its promotional activity?

Read more

No Sense in BEING Right if You Can't GET it Right.

August 1

No Sense in BEING Right if You Can't GET it Right.

After I decided to start this blog, one of my first concerns was the name.

Read more