Dividing a people has always been a tactic to gain control. How does the COVID-19 pandemic relate to that? Are those who don't want to get vaccinated or wear masks really that crazy? Read on for concrete scientific data and discussion on the COVID risk, natural immunity, vaccine mandates, mask mandates, and shutdowns.
People who love to talk make great sales people, right? In a world with tweets of 140 characters or less and TikTok videos that have a 15 second limit, we don’t have much time to catch the attention of our customers. As a sales person…and by the way, EVERYONE is a sales person, our opportunity... Continue Reading →
In my travels and countless interactions, one common theme with people is a desire to be liked and accepted. If that seems too far out of reach for some, avoiding hate and personal attacks might be good enough. Today, there are more ways to connect and build, or in contrast, alienate and hurt people than... Continue Reading →
A proven, simple, and widely applicable formula to positively shape the world around you To many, sales carries with it a negative stigma. Sales professionals are often seen as pushy, manipulative, and a suck of precious time that we don’t have enough of. Because of this, society often depersonalizes sales professionals, which also dissuades many... Continue Reading →
Hurt, anger, a flooded mind, sick feeling, weakness, a change in personality, depression, and feeling of worthlessness are all associated with being around toxic people. These are people that state untrue things like they are fact and insinuate that others feel the exact same way they do. Other times, it is a flood of passive... Continue Reading →
“Are you happy?” Whether it is in the workplace, home, school, or some other social setting, that simple question can open up the doors to the essence of where you, a friend or a colleague are right now. “Yes, but…," "I will be when,” or any answer different from “yes,” opens up the door to... Continue Reading →
My father built a full sized, one room Victorian style playhouse for my girls when they were little. It was heated, adorned with Victorian style lights inside and a porch light outside, and had flower-filled boxes under each window. His craftsmanship showed in the hand build windows, front door, and wood floor. It was a... Continue Reading →