I while read a very interesting blog post from Diane Brogan, mother of Internet star Chris Brogan. The gist of the post was that someone in a book review had very poorly treated her son from Chris’ most recent book, The Impact Equation.
Some Free Advice For Rahm And The City Of Chicago
Here’s a problem we all have. We hope for something and once we start hoping it’ll come true, we expect that it’ll come true. Is this something you’ve seen?
I recently read a book by Meg Jay titled The Defining Decade. In this book Ms. Jay talks about how it’s fine to find yourself in your twenties and at the same time you don’t want to waste that decade.
I find there are two general types of business owners. The first is a business owner who is sure that everything they do is right. It’s hard for me to have a conversation with them about change. Since everything is perfect, there’s no need to question premises they have.
The second is a business owner who I hope is like you. This business owner is always asking questions. She is wondering if there is a better way. He is willing to pivot if and when it becomes possible there is a better way.