Another example of my business communication “stylings”

Life doesn’t always go the way you want it to go. Sometimes you make plans that go asunder, sometimes you make no plans and succeed fabulously, and sometimes you have to scramble at the last moment to do something, say, give away tickets to a sporting event. So take a wild guess as to this […]

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As you may or may not know, we are incubating a rapidly growing company in our office. Fun stuff. And while this may be a bit of an exaggeration, they seem to have a new hire every week. If you want to know how we put that company together, and it is a cool story, […]

How to Avoid Being ‘Networked to Death’

Last week I was fortunate enough to make a presentation to a professional networking group at the University Club in Chicago. Since I am a firm believer in short, terse, pithy titles, I called the darn thing, “How to Avoid being Networked to Death and Instead Do Things That Open Doors.”  And then on the next […]

New column – you can win a prize!

I’m going to start writing a regular column again. This one will be about M&A, business, doing deals, etc., etc. I’m trying to think of a good name for the column. I’d like to avoid using bland “successful business ideas…” type of things. And I’m not using any Charlie Sheenisms…this “WINNING” stuff, it’s all temporary. […]

Radio Radio

I’ll be a guest on Barry Moltz’s Internet radio program on May 27, 9 am to 9:30 am CDT, we’ll be talking about the book and business and M&A and anything else Barry throws my way. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bjmoltz

Iggy Pup

Everyone thinks their dog is the best and everyone’s argument has merit. All dogs are special and I pity those who don’t like dogs.  Iggy truly was a special dog. He was probably the runt of the litter, I picked him because of his white spot, and well, he was more playful than the other […]