I just returned from Washington, DC, where I had the extraordinary opportunity to participate as a speaker at the CoreNet Global Summit which was held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. For those of you unfamiliar with CoreNet Global, it is the organization that represents people involved in corporate real estate. Who comes to the... Read More ➝
Archive for October, 2014
One of the changes that would make such a difference in shifting our world from a fear/scarcity culture to a love/abundance culture would be a transformation of the way we view marketing and sales. Right now, in what I assure you is indeed a fear/scarcity culture, marketing is all about trying to convince people to buy things... Read More ➝
If you read my last blog post, let me give you some practical examples of how to put into effect my assertion that: your job is the what and not the how.
You recall that I said that everything is energy and because of that reality, the most powerful law in the universe is... Read More ➝
In this action oriented world we live in, the hardest thing to convince our clients of is the fact that your job is the “what” and not the “how.” This seems to go against everything we’ve been told. In fact, there are many speakers and authors that tell us that the key to success is taking massive... Read More ➝
I spoke at a convention this last week in Long Beach, CA, doing two sessions on redefining the role of a leader. The first session was on listening, your key to extraordinary leadership, and the second was on the spoken word, your access to power. What’s interesting to me is how well people relate to the first... Read More ➝
I’ve come to realize that one of the many reasons why people are so unhappy is that they don’t really know what would make them happy and, even if they do, they don’t take responsibility for getting what they want. A simple example will hopefully suffice to make my point.
My two daughters recently spent a... Read More ➝
I was speaking at a convention on Monday and I was struck by an interaction I had with two individuals. One gentleman, I’ll call Joe, came early to my session because he wanted to get a front row seat and take some pictures. We chatted for a bit when a second gentleman, I’ll call Sam, arrived. Joe asked Sam... Read More ➝