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On the Horns of a Dilemma
May 28th, 2023

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Leading Where? Exactly.
May 6th, 2023

The X Things Every Leader Must . . . We’ve all read these articles, “Five Critical Traits Every Leader Must. . .”  “Every Leader Should Do These Three Things.” “When the Chips are Down Leaders  Keep Focused On.. .” The articles are filled with leadership buzzwords originating in the 1980s. Words like Vision, Empowerment, Empathy, Trust, Walking the Talk, Gratitude, Be the Change are always capitalized, an emphasis convention from PowerPoint presentations, invented around that time. Heck, I’ve written stuff like that: “Leaders are accountable for two things, direction –... Continue Reading

Time to Improve
April 16th, 2023

Farm Radio In the late 1980s I did projects for a firm that sold national spot advertising on thousands of radio stations across the United States. The firm’s salespeople would call on media buyers to pitch stations they represented for campaigns for which radio was a part of the advertising plan. Of course, radio advertising was, even then, a decreasing share of advertising campaigns. So the firm created another sales force to call on media planners, agency client account executives and even advertiser marketing directors to sell the idea that radio was a viable part of the marketing mix. One... Continue Reading

April 16th, 2023
How Reading Can Help You Lead and Succeed in Business
April 9th, 2023

Discover the secrets to reading, leading, and succeeding with the renowned Dr. Danny Brassell. Photo by Asal Lotfi on Unsplash Reading is an essential skill that most people learn at an early age. However, not everyone enjoys reading, and many struggle to make it a part of their daily routine. In a recent episode of the KAJ Masterclass Live, Dr. Danny Brassell, author, speaker, and coach, shared his insights on the importance of reading and how it can help you lead and succeed in business. Dr. Brassell started by sharing his own experience with reading. As a child, he hated reading and found... Continue Reading

April 9th, 2023
Consulting the Oracle
March 26th, 2023

Croesus In 560 BCE the mighty King Croesus of Lydia issued a request for proposals (RFP) to the major oracles of ancient Greece. “Why should I choose you as my oracle of choice?” he asked. “I know the number of the sand and the measure of the sea,” began the Pythia, sybil, sorceress, lead consultant for Delphi. “I understand the speech of the dumb and hear the volcanoes. . . .” She went on as sybils do, but Croesus interrupted. “OK, OK, you had me at ‘the number of the sand,’ Delphi is the winner. You’re my new Oracle Pythia-baby, Here’s my question, I’m thinking of... Continue Reading

March 26th, 2023