Monthly Archives: June 2009

Guest Post from Pat Gruber

Pat Gruber is a colleague of mine…since I use the idea of remembering names in my attitude story, I thought this was a great column, and wanted to share it with my readers…Here is the link to Pat’s site: http://patgruber.typepad.com/pat_gruber_and_associates/2009/06/whats-your-name.html WHAT’S YOUR NAME? My wife and I share the same name- well she’s Patricia and […]
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The Pitfalls of Group-think

In my recent newsletter, The Brain Science of Bad Decisions, I discussed how group think is responsible for making poor choices. I was asked by a reader: “Is there a simple way that avoids the pitfalls of group decisions, people’s reluctance to make decisions, or following the leader mentality?” Thanks, Michael, for a great question! […]
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The Hot Dog Stand

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPvDT1QtTLg&hl=en&fs=1&] Chip Scholz is Head Coach of Scholz and Associates, Inc.. He is an executive coach, facilitator and speaker. He is co-author or Masterminds Unleashed: Selling for Geniuses. More information about the book is available at www.selling-for-geniuses.com. His clients are clear about what’s important to them, focused on outcomes, attentive to new opportunities and intentionally […]
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Po Bronson, finale

Po Bronson wrote a book several years ago called “What shall I do with my life”. In the book he interviewed 1000 people and wrote about 50 of them. Those people had transformed their lives and were doing something completely different than they had originally done. A few months ago, Po wrote a follow up […]
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Po Bronson part 6

In an issue of Fast Company from earlier this year, Po Bronson wrote a very interesting op-ed piece. You may remember Po as the author of What Shall I Do With My Life. I don’t have permission to publish the article, but I will include the link to Fast Company below. However, I wanted to […]
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Selling for Geniuses Website is up!

If you are interested in ordering Selling for Geniuses, go to www.selling-for-geniuses.com. It is a must read for anyone that sells for a living, or depends on building revenues for your business. Chip Scholz is Head Coach of Scholz and Associates. He is an executive coach, facilitator, speaker and author, working in the fields of […]
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Po Bronson part 5

In an issue of Fast Company from earlier this year, Po Bronson wrote a very interesting op-ed piece. You may remember Po as the author of What Shall I Do With My Life. I don’t have permission to publish the article, but I will include the link to Fast Company below. However, I wanted to […]
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Po Bronson part 4

In an issue of Fast Company from earlier this year, Po Bronson wrote a very interesting op-ed piece. You may remember Po as the author of What Shall I Do With My Life. I don’t have permission to publish the article, but I will include the link to Fast Company below. However, I wanted to […]
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Po Bronson, part 3

In an issue of Fast Company from earlier this year, Po Bronson wrote a very interesting op-ed piece. You may remember Po as the author ofWhat Shall I Do With My Life. I don’t have permission to publish the article, but I will include the link to Fast Company below. However, I wanted to re-set […]
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Po Bronson, part 2

In an issue of Fast Company magazine from earlier this year, Po Bronson wrote a very interesting op-ed piece. You may remember Po as the author of What Shall I Do With My Life. I don’t have permission to publish the article, but I will include the link to Fast Company below. However, I wanted […]
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