Rather than focus on your own enthusiasm for your products and services, focus on what will make your customer enthusiastic.
In our saturated, noisy world, “content” is no longer king and has been dethroned by “context.”
Rather than manipulate your potential client, serve them.
Steve Jobs forgot to bring his personality to his famous Stanford speech.
It’s not what you say, it’s what your audience does in response.
In his 36 years of hosting ‘Jeopardy!’ I only heard the iconic game show host pass judgment once. His greatest gift was helping others to feel present in the moment, and we could learn a lot from that now.
Most of our greatest lessons are learned when life throws us a curve ball.
If something unexpected happens, make the incongruity work in your favor.
An educator offers advice on how to balance your child’s remote learning schedule with your workday.
Find your silver bullet.