When I talked with my wife last night, I let go of my need to be right and got important information about the impact I’m having on our kids. I also got a smile and laughter at the same time rather than a fight. When I met with one of my advisors the other day, [...]
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Just because you love someone, or something, doesn’t mean you can’t be honest about it. Take my dog, for example. I tell people she’s not so swift, and they tell me I must not understand her. Oh, really? Look at this: That’s my dog, Lenny, looking for my cat, George. See George? He’s very much [...]
What happens when personal branding goes too far? When it leaves others (aka “me”) with the impression that you think you’re MORE THAN AWESOME; YOU’RE A PIVOTAL PLAYER ON THE MOST PHENOMENAL, BESTEST, MOST PERFECTEST TEAM EVER CONCEIVED IN SOMEONE’S WHOLE BRAIN. EVER. That’s how I felt when I read Brill Street‘s About Us page—I [...]
I had lunch the other day with a friend of mine who is in charge of managing a very famous, very iconic brand. The brand needs some shaking up, and he got the call. He’s very good at what he does, and so far, so good with the changes. Great. But then, as he was [...]
Abstract: Getting your ego out of the way is the most important element to making sound financial decisions.
Abstract: Why you need to understand risk better, and how to apply it to people decisions.