When times of uncertainty hit, whether that is a global pandemic, a recession, or even something personally challenging, such a mass layoffs, bankruptcy, or death, should we reach out? What is the right action to take?
"People will forget what you did. You'll forget what they said. But they will never forget how you made them feel."
I was at an event a couple of days ago, and afterwards, a member from the crowd asked me if I ever had a low point--the lowest of lows--in my life, and how I soldiered through it. To tell you the truth, I’ve had those points. Yes, I have this incredible company and an excellent team, but that wasn’t always the case for me.
I want to talk about making connections. Whether you're out and about for a short vacation or a business trip, make sure that you're making conversation with people that you can connect with anywhere you go.
I’m a huge fan of today’s technological devices, especially with how it’s helped run businesses smoother. I love how I can use my smartphone or laptop to get on a Zoom or Skype meeting. Despite this, though, I’m still a huge believer of face-to-face interactions.
When you dine at a restaurant and look at their 8-page menu, doesn’t it feel overwhelming?