Why People Fail is actually a twist on words. It could just as easily been titled along the lines of How to Be Successful. Siimon provides an easily read book that highlights 16 key points underlying how people set themselves up to fail.
Step by step, Siimon discusses ways readers can incrementally work to improve themselves, from self-image, through proper health and exercise, to rituals and persistence…to name a few. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Recently in my government class we discussed what is truly necessary in schools and what is unnecessary and should be cut. Howell High School seniors and United States congressmen both [CLICK TO READ MORE]
In honor of Uptown Coffeehouse’s 10th anniversary, we are rerunning this post by Maria Stuart. First published on Sept. 10, 2010, it was inspired and written during a work session [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Your Sales team is where your company’s efforts meet the world. They’re where the rubber meets the road. Your organizations efforts can live, or die, based on the performance of your Sales team. The happier they are, the more positive they feel, the more confident they are in your offerings, the better they sell. And the better revenue flows.
But what if the apple cart gets upset?
This is a challenge currently facing a lot of companies, particularly in the B2B (business-to-business) space. As SaaS offerings become more common-place, traditional software sales models are being upset. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Included in this month’s newsletter are looks forward (2012 Resolution) and backward (2011 Literary Year in Review). While the publishing industry struggles to redefine itself, the same old problems of [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Splash & Play at the Hartland Pool is a special time set aside just for infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers and afternoon kindergarteners to wear themselves out just in time for lunch [CLICK TO READ MORE]
By now, if you’ve tapped into almost any media source, you’ve heard of how the Costa Concordia ran aground, sank, and created a world of mayhem for all involved.
We all make mistakes. To do so is to be human. And, while tragic, that mistake is not itself where the real failure of leadership was demonstrated. [CLICK TO READ MORE]