Stop me if you’ve heard this before.
Guy gets up to give a presentation.
So far so good.
And we’re off….
Slide 1: 99 words. 0 images.
Slide 2: 96 words. 0 images.
“I’ve got a 40-page company policy and about 40 Hispanic employees. Any advice when it comes to translation?”
This question came at me during the Q&A session following a Landscape Spanish Seminar I hosted outside Chicago last week.
My initial thought was, “Save your money. No
Wanted: Woman who could get me out of a third world prison.
This is how Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of Amazon.com, articulated what he was looking for in a wife. Before this explanation, he started with the adjective “resourceful.”
Bezos wanted to marry someone resourceful.
In 2008 the Dallas Cowboys were the featured team on HBO’s Hard Knocks. Hard Knocks is the reality documentary series that takes you behind the scenes during an NFL training camp.
The Cowboys are owned by Jerry Jones. Jones is a billionaire showman who, apart from his face’s plastic surgery, has
Yesterday I attended a Construction and Safety Expo outside Chicago. General contractors, Sub-contractors and Safety Suppliers were dishing on their skills, networking and drinking by noon.
There were also 90-minute sales pitches disguised as Safety courses. One I attended was Silent Safety
You probably missed it.
Nearly everyone did.
At the end of last year Kansas City quietly became the first metro area to be wired with Google Fiber. KC is now plugged into Google’s high-speed internet utopia.
“High-speed” doesn’t do this justice. It’s not just faster
In your personal and professional life, being easy to talk to is a skill worth developing. But good conversationalists are rare.
There are plenty of people who excel at making small talk awkward.
That’s why networking events sell Miller Lite for $4.
Liquid courage for
A CNN Money article this week elaborated on what many construction firms already know: good labor is now hard to find.
Some find this news surprising.
Given the political chatter on Immigration Reform and the 2010 census totals (50M Hispanics in US and growing 4x as fast as the
This thing will change your life.
It may appear to be another timemarking commodity.
This clock not only gathers relevant and timely information (weather, temperature), but it projects this information also. It shares the information with as little friction as possible
There’s a new business buzzword spreading like Strep Throat. I’m betting it’s still in the early adoption phase, but these viral epidemics (pandemics?) move quickly.
The old guard better watch out. I’m talking to you...
Reduction in force.