The World Is Moving! Are You Keeping Up?

  In 2015, if you’re standing still… If you’re holding on to the old model… If you’re stuck in your comfort zone… If you think new technology is for the younger generation… If you’re not adapting to this new norm of constant change… If you’re stuck doing things the way you always have… I have Read More

A Ballad for Deceased Technology

We’ve only been technically advanced for a century, 200 hundred years ago we could barely harness electricity, Not too long ago the fastest way to get from here to there was horse and buggy. But once we figured out the delicate dance of the technical technique, Inventors invented and innovators innovated the dreamer’s dream, And Read More

The reason we all should care…

In today’s very connected world, great service is more important than ever. It’s crucial to our livelihoods and the organizations we have the opportunity to represent. I say this because I’m about to send this note to American Airlines due to the very poor service I’m receiving at this moment 30,000 feet in the air Read More

What side of change are you on?

  Change is constant… For some of us…change is good! For others…it’s become the necessary evil we endure. Either we adapt or we agonize… Change comes…and then goes…opening the door for new change! So the question becomes…on which side of change are you? Here are a few examples of change we’ve all experienced or are Read More

A question about time…

  When was the last time you stopped and really thought about time? That’s right time… Time is the precious, priceless commodity we all share daily in full equity; that cannot be manipulated. Lately, time has been on my mind quite a bit… I’m sure most of you can relate when I say, “There just Read More

Connecting the Dots – Remembering Steve Jobs

  A friend of mine has been on me for maybe the last six months to read the commencement address delivered by Steve Jobs back in 2005. Up until now I hadn’t. I was just too busy. Steve Jobs passed away yesterday. I read his commencement speech at Stanford, less than 24 hours later. Oh how I wish Read More