The What of How: ‘Why’ and ‘What’ are inadequate to enable action
Monday, 25 Apr, 2016
The What of How: ‘Why’ and ‘What’ are inadequate to enable action

When you’re conversing with a prospect, a teenager, or a team member, how does your brain choose…

Buying Decisions, Buying Decision Path, Buy Cycles, and Pre-Sales
Monday, 14 Mar, 2016
Buying Decisions, Buying Decision Path, Buy Cycles, and Pre-Sales

I’d like to set the record straight. In 1985 I coined terms that I’ve written extensively about in best selling…

On Becoming 70
Monday, 15 Feb, 2016
On Becoming 70

As a kid I had fantasies of what the rest of my life would be. I was going to be (in no particular order): a New York Times Bestselling author (check); a world change agent (check); a singer

What Should Coaches, Managers, and Consultants Be Listening For?
Monday, 11 Jan, 2016
What Should Coaches, Managers, and Consultants Be Listening For?

A person who facilitates excellence in others facilitates potential change…

The Heart of Sales
Monday, 21 Dec, 2015
The Heart of Sales

Sales could easily become a spiritual practice, bring in far more revenue, and make sellers Servant Leaders.
For decades, I have been a proponent of, and keynoter in the field of, Spirituality in the Workplace. In my work life, I have focused on the sales profession, as I believe (as the very foundation of business), it offers the capability of making each person, each interaction, and each company, based on true service.
Unfortunately, with the focus on profit, solution placement, timelines, and commissions, the potential for true servant-leadership has been overlooked.