Month: September 2007

So I should just interrupt?

Crazy as it may sound, yep! According to the authors of Getting to Yes, a great way to demonstrate that you are indeed keyed in to the point the other party to the conversation is making, to prove your interest and empathy, the authors recommend “interrupting” with a question now and then. The book is […]

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Gundy, Gundy, Gundy…

Let me start by saying that I’m not a huge fan of Mike Gundy. I was in school with him and just never much cared for him or his style of play, and I haven’t exactly been wowed with his coaching. His little blow-up at the press conference was something I know he wishes he […]

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How Does Panera Bread Do It?

The other day I had a great working lunch and skull session with a colleague at Panera Bread. I visit Panera Bread often for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is the food, of course, but that’s not the main reason either. At Panera, you can expect friendly, prompt service, which is […]

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Welcome to the Game!

Thanks to those of you who have not only purchased my first book, The Great Game of Networking, but for taking time to tell me what you liked in the book, what you’d like to see in future editions, and, most importantly, how you’ll profit from the time we spent together in the pages of the […]

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