Stop the Interrogation

In my Networking practice, whenever I’m working with a coaching client or a group of participants during a workshop, one particular concern comes up again and again related to Networking events:  “How do I start a conversation?” This line of concern is relevant for both people familiar to us and strangers alike.  My favorite bitContinue Reading

Team Think

Over the years, my friend, Eric Morgenstern, has often quoted Kenneth Blanchard with the saying, “None of us is as smart as all of us.”  It goes right along with the idea that “two heads are better than one” and other such concepts.  It all means that by pooling resources – that is, brainpower –Continue Reading

Netiquette: Rules of the Social Media Road

In my household, summer came to a close recently as my 11-year old son headed off to middle school.  Now that school is back in session, I’ve been giving renewed thought to social etiquette.  Plus, with the #ALSicebucketchallenge making the rounds on Facebook and the less fortunate news about internet hacking and private photos findingContinue Reading

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