Sniff, Sniff… There is nothing quite as alluring and seductive as sharing time with someone who finds you extremely interesting. We all love to talk about ourselves and find it very flattering when another party seems to be fascinated by some aspect of our experience, background or area of specialty. Having someone ask us probing […]
Reprinted with permission from EmilyBennington.com “Gone was the housewife, apron in tow. In her place was the Cosmopolitan Girl..She looked great, wore fabulous clothes, and had an unabashedly good time when those clothes came off.” – New York Times on the influence of Cosmopolitan magazine under Helen Gurley Brown Anyone who (really) knows me knows […]
This article was previously posted by Mary Jo Asmus on her Aspire Collaborative Services Blog. As a leader, you are often rewarded for having all the right answers. You may fight hard for your position on a subject. However, as I’ve watched leaders put an effort into letting go of their own need to […]
I recently participated in and attended a global conference called Sustainatopia.com, which was held in Miami and Miami Beach. It was a fusion of four areas: green initiatives, empowering women through investment, social venture capital and sustainable Haiti. It brought together people from all over the world to engage in meaningful networking, discussions and talks […]
This is an article previously posted by Dan Rockwell from his Leadership Freak Blog! Peter Drucker famously said, “My greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions.” Your secret weapon is curiosity.
Guest article from author of Everyday is a Gift and speaker Barry Gottlieb, www.tgit.com “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” More than just a song… My father dropped out of school when he was in the eighth grade, but he managed to acquire a PHD in street smarts. He was one of my greatest mentors because his lessons were “real […]