It goes without saying that we are facing troubling times right now. The world, as each one of us knows it, is upside down. Each day, more uncertainty mounts and new unknowns are presented. Our finances, health, lifestyle, and freedom are continually thrown into question.… Read More »On Difficult Times
As far as crisis communications go during a time like this, there are a few essentials to remember: Always rely on credible sources. Whether looking for or providing information, be sure you have information that makes you more trusted. Be honest. It’s okay to be… Read More »Crisis Communication Principles
With coronavirus (COVID-19) madness dominating the headlines, it is a good time to consider the remote work concept. Whatever you may call it, remote work, telecommuting, distributed work, or just working from home, there is a place for all of us – not just coaches… Read More »Coronavirus: Remote Work Roundup
Perhaps the most common objection I hear when talking to entrepreneurs about sharing their passion is, “I don’t have anything to say.” False. You have a unique perspective. You have experience. You have an opinion. You have insights. You have product knowledge. You have training.… Read More »“I don’t have anything to say.” Baloney.
If you convince yourself a recession is eminent, you are prudent to cut back on spending and increase savings. On a broad scale, such shifts in spendings slow the economy around you. Such shifts cause others (producers, manufacturers, creators, operators, etc) to slow their own… Read More »Recessions are Self-Fulfilling Prophecies