November 13th, 2015
Have you ever written an important email, and then...crickets?
For days, you nervously check your inbox. You listen for email notifications. You end up wondering:
“Did I do something wrong?”
“Did I say something offensive?”
“Do they just not like me?”
You're not alone. I get asked all the time about email etiquette. A well-written, well-timed email can make ...
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October 30th, 2015
One of the best events I attended this month was the Pencils of Promise gala. Did you know that the IWT community raised over $300,000 to build 12 schools for children around the world -- the most online donations ever in PoP's history? Impressive:
Me with Pat Flynn, Marie Forleo & Lewis Howes
At the @pencilsofpromise gala last ...
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October 26th, 2015
I recently spoke on a panel in Napa Valley called “What I’ve Learned In The Last 10 Years.” During the presentation, one of the other panelists said something that did NOT go over well. I found it fascinating.
This guy is a successful entrepreneur. He was talking about how, as he’s gotten busier, he’s had to change ...
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October 23rd, 2015
It’s no secret that connecting with the right person can skyrocket your success -- a new job, a boost for your business, or experienced perspective that changes everything. But the “right” person often has a packed schedule and seemingly endless demands on their time. So how do you connect with these busy people?
Despite how it seems, busy people ...
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October 2nd, 2015
I want to show you one of the most breathtaking pieces of propaganda ever written.
We’ve all heard of tropes like “Disney princes to the rescue.” But, just like a fish doesn’t know he’s in water, most of us don’t realize the truly deep pieces of propaganda we’ve grown up around.
One of the ...
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October 1st, 2015
Fact: people would rather talk about death than their personal finances (source).
That’s right. Out of all the traditionally taboo topics -- politics, religion, sex -- it turns out that money is the biggest taboo topic of all.
I find this fascinating at all levels...but especially when you start talking about serious wealth.
Just imagine how this scenario ...
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