Category Archives: Culture

Ties That Bind

Americans are a sturdy lot. We are not a perfect nation and lately the things that divide us seem to be getting way too much attention. Despite this unfortunate truth, experience has shown us that what binds us as a … Continue reading

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GAME CHANGERS

Ronald Regan was first elected to public office at age 55. Kurt Warner entered the NFL Draft at age 28. Country singer K.T. Olsen released her first album at 47. Colonel Sanders did not start his own business until he … Continue reading

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ARE BATTLE TESTED SALES PEOPLE WORTH THE PRICE?

Great coaches know how to make room for more experienced players to diversify a team and provide game changing leadership to less experienced players. Great Commanders have historically relied on battle tested warriors to lead platoons into combat. Great business … Continue reading

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TV IS NOT DEAD

With apologies to Mark Twain, the announcement concerning the death of television has been greatly exaggerated. Of course you can’t ignore the fact that the TV audience has become increasingly fragmented, and as a result the share of the pie … Continue reading

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SILVER LINING

I believe one of the good things that will come out of this economic crisis will be that American companies will strive to be nimbler and more adaptive to change. A recent article in the Business section of the New … Continue reading

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