Everybody has opinions. I want mine to stand on solid ground.
For a little more than three and a half years, I’ve been trying to fit in. Not trying to become British, exactly, but striving to meld my American drive to produce with the British focus on protocol. Marketers will tell you that I made a classic mistake by trying to fit in too well. I don’t have a Unique Selling Proposition if I am no longer unique.
For nearly everyone, the only way out of the current economic mess is to rescue ourselves. Attitude counts. For a person, a town, a country. It’s okay to grumble, but not okay to quit.
Perfection is an unrealistic demand. I want to work with companies and people that learn from their experiences and try to do better, and that’s part of what I offer in return.
Since it didn’t have another Churchill on tap, the UK is hoping two heads of government will be better than one. I hope it works.
If you have been using a complete Contract for every piece of business you do with every customer, consider whether a two-part system would fit instead. Where deals are substantial and repeat business is likely, a two-part system makes your relationship with the client much more comfortable because it is so easy for the client to call upon you whenever the need arises.
Being downwind stinks, if you will pardon the pun. But it happens from time to time. Hardly anyone can get through life without ever being downwind of something bothersome. With both the volcanic ash and the economic mess, we would all like to see the wind shift sooner rather than later.
Goodreads is an online reading club where you can tell other readers what you are reading and what you think of it, and where you can discover other good books by seeing what other readers think of the books they have found.
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