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Video – A Requirement for Business

A picture is worth 1,000 words - we all know that one right? Taking that analogy up a level then, how many words is a video worth? Here is my Executive Summary for this post:   EVERY business needs video content to be successful in today's rapid-fire, short-attention-span, online ...

My Words are My Own

(rant on) I have to get this one off my chest before I stuff my head in the wall. Why, in God's creation, do people feel compelled to put "my words are my own", or something to that effect, in their social media profiles!? The "PC" side of it is to make sure people don't misinterpret their ...

Dollar = Vote

No folks, this is not a rant about the one percent, corrupt politicians, bribery, or any of that crazy stuff. I might not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but I am also not dumb enough to dip my toes in that water. Anyway, here is the point that I would like you to noodle a bit: WITH EVERY DOLLAR ...

Just Think

NOBODY THINKS ANYMORE! OK - that's a huge exaggeration, but I said it to make a point and grab your attention. I think the truth is that most, not all, people do not truly think, at least not often enough. OK yes, you have to think to survive (not really difficult thinking) and sure, there is some ...

Live Dangerously

OK folks - wanted to share this one with you, since I have been really impressed by it on a consistent basis. Which sadly these days is pretty rare. What is this "thing" I am referring to?  It's a Podcast actually - and a very interesting one - every one of the episodes. WARNING - if you have ...

Noodle this one

First of all, what does "Noodle this mean", right? I get that sometimes. It means "think about it" and reminds me of the 90s cartoon my kids used to watch called PB&J Otter. When they would try to think of something, they would use their "noodle" and then, of course, break in the "noodle dance".  ...

Doing Business in the Dark

I see this situation time and time again and a) I never understand it and b) When I try to explain the concern, it's like talking to a wall.  Here is the typical situation: I am speaking with someone either a) in business, b) starting a business, or c) looking (proactively or reactively) for work - ...