You know what I think about writing? It can be very frustrating, especially when you’re trying to craft an email to an important client and you find yourself stuck on an awkward passage, are just too wordy, or your efforts produce nothing more than a jumbled mess. Even the best writers struggle with messaging from time-to-time. In this podcast, I share six tips to help you be a better writer and convey your message with clarity and personality.
You now what I think about productivity? In this podcast, I talk productivity with Steve Schoenly, the owner and founder of Schoenly Consulting. In addition to providing audit and compliance services within heavily-regulated industries, Steve’s firm helps companies increase productivity by improving process efficiency. In my first podcast interview, Steve shares his thoughts on personal productivity and discusses some of the tools and techniques he uses to help him get things done.
You know what I think about time? There are so many demands on your time each and every day. And each and every day you have 1,440 minutes to meet those demands. Since time is not a renewable resource, you need to make the most of the time you have. In this podcast, I share five techniques to help you master your time.
You know what I think about priorities? Effective leaders overcome the overwhelming stream of information bombarding them daily by approaching tasks with a singular purpose achieved through focused thinking.
You know what I think about contribution? It’s a key focus area for organizational leaders, but not in the way you might think. The leader’s most significant contribution is often to recognize the contributions of others. Recognizing employee contribution is a significant motivator and increases productivity. It is essential to the team executing well.
You know what I think about celebrity advertising? Although there’s much debate over its power to influence the consumer, marketing agencies would likely see more return on their investment if they simply crafted a more effective message. Take those ‘Old Spice’ ads for instance…
You know what I think about network relationships? E-commerce is built on a networked landscape. Businesses that can amplify relationships with consumers to the point where they become prosumers will gain a winning edge.
You know what I think about government intervention in business activities? Too often the government interferes in conflicts involving property rights, when if left alone to their own devices, the parties themselves would negotiate a better solution.
You know what I think about money? In this podcast, I discuss the hang-ups salespeople have in dealing with the subject of money during the sales process. If you think of yourself as a vendor, then that’s exactly what you are.
You know what I think about sales? In this podcast I discuss the negativity surrounding sales and the sales process. Why would we hold an unfavorable view of salespeople when in reality, we are all salespeople?