An Interviewing Hack that Delivers

The whole interviewing process has become such a canned exercise these days. We all have standard questions. Worse, the smarter candidates have practiced and come in very prepared with such smooth delivery. Frankly, some candidates can be so frustrating. Our questions don’t necessarily yield honest answers. The BS factor can be very high. And some

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People, People, People Part 1

  It is now six months of living with this pandemic and doing things differently. Lately, I have been doing a bunch of interviews on my favourite topic. People Leadership. So, this entire month, I will share some of the things I firmly believe, I personally have had awesome hardcore results with and that I

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Gimme Some Loving?

Have you ever listened to any Spencer Davis Group music? (They were a UK band formed in 1963 and lasted about six years.) One of their massive hits was the Gimme Some Loving song. I fell in love with that song more than twenty years after it was released. The chorus goes like this. So

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A True Confession About Trust and Action

I hope you took action and read the trust report I shared with you last week. (Here it is again if you did not get a chance.) It is stunning.   Today I want to share a backstory about me, the generational divide, and how the young people of today are way smarter than even we

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Trust: The New ‘Must Have’

You know how I keep going on and on about your key messaging? It started with the BulletProof Trifecta. Incorporate your beliefs about how much you adore your customers and employees, how your simple processes make it painlessly easy to do business with you and how your work within your community highlights you as a

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Using the Good from COVID Time

Time management is a real thing, isn’t it?  I bet you have been thinking a lot about this COVID thing.  Me too. I’ve been mulling over the pros and cons of the whole crisis and as is my inclination, trying to concentrate on the best parts. Family, relationships, what’s really important, finding and filling the

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What Are Your Core Values?

I want to share a common and recurrent theme I see as I help business owners grapple with their Post-COVID Success Plans. Personal Values. What are your core values and what exactly do you stand for? In the current environment, we are all finding that trying to get someone to take a look at our

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Post-COVID Success — On Your Way Yet?

I am delighted to be on the receiving end of some massively positive stories about achieving Post-COVID success.  They implement their plans and are already repeating results.  Let’s talk about that! You know I am passionately devoted to cross-functional thinking and activities. In every organization. Simply put, I believe no one person has all the

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Freeze, Flight or Fight?

This edition, I want to talk about your mood.  Specifically, are you in a freeze, flight or fight mode? I have been spending far too much time these past two weeks listening to all kinds of prognostications from experts, gurus and analysts about where our country is headed over the next two months to 5

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Start Thinking about Life Post-Covid. Now.

Post-Covid you say?  When we are still physically distancing?  YES.  It is now time to switch gears. From the day to day firefighting to the long term new realities. Because failing to plan is planning to fail. Let me explain. Right now We have been closeted for six weeks. We likely have another four more

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