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Two of our recent posts profiled a couple of different pop culture businesses with The Office and Silicon Valley. In this post we’re going to take a look at a different kind of business and one of the most iconic series in American film history: The Godfather saga. They didn’t inhabit a brick and mortar […]
Every day for decades children of all ages turned on their televisions to learn about the world from their favorite neighbor, Mister Rogers. Unlike many shows on television for kids, he wasn’t bold or flashy, loud or boisterous, violent or rambunctious. He wasn’t there to entertain so much as he was to reach and teach […]
Find out how you can use the DISC assessment to better develop and grow your emotional maturity and emotional intelligence.
This video is part of a series of questions that we wish people would ask us about using and applying the DISC model. One of the questions that we wish people would ask, in fact, this might be the most important question of all. It’s huge, and it’s: How can I adjust my delivery and […]
Effective Communication Skills
This conversation with Carl Smith about time perspectives continues this week. This is the third of three episodes related to how people view and communicate about time. In this episode, Carl and I will explore ways that people with a primary people orientation view time, how they can be misunderstood, and how they can improve […]
This week, we continue the conversation with Carl Smith about time perspectives that we started two weeks ago. In this episode, Carl and I will explore ways that people with a primary task orientation view time, how they can be misunderstood, and how they can improve their communication with people who have a more people-oriented […]