Some time ago, I read an article which emphasizes what I have been teaching for years: “It’s not what you know that counts; it’s what you do with what you know that counts”. Fifty years ago, when I began to do training with a new client, I would be asked, “Why does it have to […]
If you have to ask someone for permission, they’ll say, “We’ll look into it,” or “We’ll take it under consideration” or “We’ll bring it up before the proper committee.” On the other hand, if you just do it, 99 percent of the time, nothing will happen. Assuming the results are favorable, everybody will congratulate you. […]
Some food for thought: The point here is that you have to be willing to make a contribution. You have to carry your load. And those people who do carry their load deserve the rewards of their efforts.