A few things are left to be said about the spectacular Olympics we witnessed in London.
Updated: August 26, 2012, - 07:04 PM
"What makes me happy?" It's a question we all should ask ourselves periodically, since all of our actions should, in some way, be directed toward achieving happiness. Initially, thoughts of riches beyond imagination may fill your mind. If you are honest, you will probably find it to be a more difficult question than you would expect.
Updated: August 16, 2012, - 08:05 PM
Because I do a lot of public speaking, I have developed a deep appreciation for top-notch speakers. So when I was brainstorming and looking for a real showstopper to address a group of businesspeople I am mentoring, I asked Darren Hardy, publisher of Success magazine, to be one of our presenters.
Updated: August 12, 2012, - 05:47 PM
When comedian Larry the Cable Guy says, "Git 'er done," he's simply defining one of the buzzwords heard in boardrooms and offices everywhere -- execution intelligence, also known as XQ.
Updated: August 05, 2012, - 07:23 PM
You are driving to work when a driver cuts into your lane and nearly clips you. You get mad, and it sets you off for the morning.
Updated: July 29, 2012, - 06:05 PM
Take a look at the back of a dollar bill. A pyramid with an eye at the top is on the left. Over the pyramid is the Latin inscription "Annuit coeptis," which means, "Providence has favored our undertakings."
Updated: July 22, 2012, - 06:49 PM
A Midwest university professor complained: "We are now focusing more on how to use the tools of communication than we are on how to effectively communicate. ... As a result, we are turning out computer and Internet gurus who can't write and think creatively."
Updated: July 15, 2012, - 01:22 PM
A famous organist was performing a concert on a huge antique organ in front of a large audience. The bellows were hand-pumped by a boy seated behind a screen, unseen by any in the vast auditorium. The first part of the performance went very well, and at intermission the organist took his bows as the listeners applauded enthusiastically. During the break, the musician rested in a side passageway. The boy came out to join him.
Updated: July 08, 2012, - 06:55 PM
"The surest way for an executive to kill himself is to refuse to learn how, and when, and to whom to delegate work," said James Cash Penney, founder of J.C. Penney Co.
Updated: July 01, 2012, - 07:02 PM