Month: March 2010

Speaking Tips: Surprise isn’t your best tactic

Ever see a speaker try to build up to a surprise revelation, only to let down the audience with either something that was really obvious, or worse - something [...]

Book Review: Million Dollar Consulting Toolkit

  Alan Weiss, PhD has a long list of successful books. The book Million Dollar Consulting is considered "THE definitive work to grow a solo consulting [...]

Toastmasters: An advanced twist

Are you having trouble seeing a benefit to continued membership in Toastmasters after completing one of your educational goals, such as a Competent [...]

Book Review: Rework

 Rework was written by the guys that brought you the 37signals website. Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson have created quite a buzz with their web [...]

Weekly Column: Your Second Habit

"Nothing will work unless you do." Maya Angelou (1928 - ) US author & poet The fact is this: there are no shortcuts to success. No matter how you define [...]

Book Review: Switch

Switch - How to change things when change is hard is the new book by Chip Heath and Dan Heath, who were the authors of the bestselling book Made to Stick. In [...]

Weekly Column: First Habit of Success

"In the Land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King." Desiderius Erasmus, Adagia (III, IV, 96). Dutch author, philosopher, & scholar (1466 - 1536). This [...]

Book Review: The E-Myth Revisited

The E-Myth Revisited is a book by Michael Gerber that is based on his many years of experience in helping small businesses see success by realizing the [...]