Happy Labor Day 2014!

Robert Terson

In the United States, not since the Gilded Age has the separation in income earned between the CEOs of our major corporations—as well as a heck of a lot of other businesses, large and small—and the workers who toil for these companies been so great. I personally think that’s insane, unfair, bad business, and to […]

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Black or White – Author Unknown

Robert Terson

When I was in elementary school, I got into a major argument with a boy in my class. I have forgotten what the argument was about, but I have never forgotten the lesson I learned that day. I was convinced that “I” was right and “he” was wrong – and he was just as convinced […]

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Be Bold: Rising Above the Path of Least Resistance – by Jeff Shore

Jeff Shore

Summary: Top professionals are always bold. This is not a description of their personalities or their techniques but of their perspective and understanding of themselves. The penalty for taking the path of least resistance can be severe, coming in the form of limited potential and confining self-beliefs. Every time we give in to discomfort we […]

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The Folly of Being Preparation Lazy

Robert Terson

In Part I of Selling Fearlessly I have a chapter entitled Success is a By-Product of Preparation and Execution. The quotation that I included for that chapter is from the late college football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant: “It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that […]

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Your Brand, Six Words – by Rochelle Moulton

Rochelle Moulton

With proper credit to the brilliant Larry Smith—who continues to inspire with his Six-Word Memoir project—I offer you a challenge. Boil down your personal brand to six words. Or less. To spur your thinking, begin with your life philosophy, how you view the world. Your brand lies within. Here are some personal favorites from a […]

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