Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail
Wednesday, 4 Jan, 2017
Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail

Every year, with the best will in the world, we make New Year’s resolutions to make some sort of change, like exercising more or eating healthier. We start off with great gusto and determination, yet by February we begin making excuses to avoid the gym, or convince ourselves pizza would be great for dinner. What happens? We’re approaching change in the wrong way. But we can easily make it right.
BELIEFS DEFINE BEHAVIORS
Here’s the problem. Within each of us, within each person, family, team, or group, are long-held rules and experiences, values and history,

Sales as a Spiritual Practice
Wednesday, 21 Dec, 2016
Sales as a Spiritual Practice

With untold millions of sales professionals in the world, we play a role in any economy. While our jobs are nominally to place solutions, we are uniquely positioned to make…

Practical Decision Making: getting it righter
Monday, 5 Dec, 2016
Practical Decision Making: getting it righter

Until a decision gets made – to adopt an idea, buy something, agree to negotiation terms, choose one…

Overcoming Opposition
Monday, 14 Nov, 2016
Overcoming Opposition

I’m regularly flummoxed when I hear people question climate change, or when folks actually believe that people of color are ‘different’ and worthy of being insulted, underpaid, ignored.

Write Content That Facilitates Buying Decisions
Tuesday, 8 Nov, 2016
Write Content That Facilitates Buying Decisions

Because of your sophisticated tracking and targeting, you know who’s reading your content. But do you know why…

Inside Curiosity
Monday, 31 Oct, 2016
Inside Curiosity

Curiosity is a good thing, right? But what is it? Wikipedia defines curiosity thus: a quality related to inquisitive thinking such as exploration,