This generation is the generation that can change the status quo.
I do not dare speculate on what business will look like 20, 10, or even 3 years from now. But I do know that, with increased access to information, our generation has the potential to be the greatest, most philanthropic generation ever to touch the earth. We just have to embrace the fact that security has died and instead has been replaced by a reward to risk ratio.
When you go to conferences, the minute you get back to your room, write down characteristics on the business cards you've collected that will make you remember who you you met. Shoot, don't just do it for conferences. Do it every time you get a new business card. And, then, use the card. Short lesson … Continue reading Stacking Your Hand
As much as I love business, I love giving back to those in need even more. I got this email last week and decided today is the day to share it with you all. I hope you have the opportunity to either donate or tell someone who could benefit from this program.
So, I love wearing a nice sport coat and you can find a good one anywhere from a thrift store to Nordstrom. Over the years, I've shopped the gamut and found some good deals on them. I used to be a firm believer in wearing them only with slacks, khakis, or something else dressy but … Continue reading Styling A Sport Coat
There is a plague ravishing American corporate culture. That plague is called "Comfort." How often do you walk into an office and see women in leggings? Or men in sneakers and jeans? And all of this on a Tuesday? I understand companies having relaxed cultures and maybe I'm just old-fashioned but there is something distinguished … Continue reading The Plague
A couple weeks back, I wrote an article titled "What Are You Reading?" If you didn't catch it, now would be the perfect time to click the link (It's ok. Click it now and then click the back button to come back to this one). So, you've got a few good book suggestions but allow … Continue reading What Are You Reading? Pt. 2