Category Archives: Team Development Strategies
This morning I had coffee with a person who provides counseling to clients and is looking for ways to increase his business and expand his client base. So I asked him, as I do with most people, who is his … Continue reading
I just posted a review of this book on Amazon. Take a look. The review and the book are both good reads.
I’ve been writing for 30+ years and I’ve written for regional publications, one national pub, one international pub and a number of online publications. And I wrote in previous posts about self-publishing because I have a couple of manuscripts I’m … Continue reading
In my not-so-humble opinion, true self-publishing means you print out 90 pages on your HP 2540, staple them together and now you have self-published. If you send your MSS to a company that offers printing, you pay them a fee … Continue reading
I have three manuscripts I’ve been putzin’ around with. One is a memoir at 29,000 words. The second is a How To handbook for creating autonomous teams at 25,000 words. The third is a How To handbook for people who … Continue reading
My father maybe finished elementary school. I’m not sure. But like many people of Irish descent, he liked his drop of Irish whiskey before the evening meal. I can’t offer whiskey on this blog, but I can retell one of … Continue reading