Update: My opinion about Sheryl Sandberg’s recent body language faux pas appeared in the Wall St. Journal Online as well […]
Avoiding conflict at all costs, costs you big time…. Sharon, I tend to be one of those people who like […]
Hey Sharon, I think I may have developed a bit of a Yes Man mentality over the years. In most […]
We would all like to think we have perfect poker faces and are less emotionally expressive then we really are.
Poker players try all sort of tricks to cover their face lest, they give away their position. They try all sorts of tricks from biting our lip to holding our breath to keep our emotional face in line with the curtain we want to show the world. Imagine have to bite your lip to walk into a board of directors meeting…? I wouldn’t suggest it.
I had to share this email ad that landed in my Inbox today. It went right into my “Things that make you go hummm” file.
Seriously, two misspell words out of a five word ad and they want me to believe their product was built CAREFULLY….
Okay, we hear the two words: THOUGHT LEADER everywhere nowadays…. When you think of the term thought leader, what comes to mind? That “always-accurate” source Wikipedia defines thought leader as: “A thought leader is business jargon for an entity that is recognized for having innovative ideas.” On the surface that’s fairly accurate, but what does it take to be a thought leader? For me, the foundation to be a thought leader is the ability to think critically. Nowadays, I look around and wonder if it’s a lost skill!
Dr. Liz Alexander and co-author Craig Badings, share how to become a thought leader in your industry from their latest book: #Thought Leadership Tweet: 140 Prompts for Designing and Executing an Effective Thought Leadership Campaign (THiNKaha Books).
A client called the other day and said she missed seeing what ‘Sharon’ had to say on the debates—the VP debate to be precise…. I shared with her that while some were entertained during the VP debates, I, for one, was not. I have absolutely no patience for rude people! There, I said it.
As we pull into another village stop, I see a name, “Abfahrt.” A gentleman boards, wanders over to the vacant seat across from mine and says something I cannot understand.
I presume it to be Swiss. It has a Germanic crispiness but isn’t German… and it’s unlike the flowing pattern of French. I smile, raise my palm, open and up, in an outward sweeping movement toward the seat. He immediately sits down.
Things that make you go hmmmmm…. Okay, TSA takes my tweezers and flight attendants give me metal silverware….
Gosh the first week of November already, I just realized it’s been awhile since I dropped you a […]