Whether you agree with his philosophy/business approach, or not, the impact of this event on my life, personally, and as an entrepreneur made a lasting impression. I still have the t-shirt I purchased with PTW’s mottos: Humankind: Be Both, and I’mpossible, imprinted on it.
Many business people get fixated on numbers, without much concern about the actual impact of the work they’re doing. We all want to see returns on our investment of time and energy, and of course, money.
Keeping a commitment is more important than your own convenience.
I explain here, by way of a story of my nephew, Val.
Resilience is often hard-won. In one form, it’s a flow of energy. In other ways, it’s forced upon us. And yet, I’ve seen miracles as human beings come together, regardless of the thrust of their circumstances.
How do you measure what matters? What works and what doesn’t work?
Speak Plainly – My friend and I both agreed that it would be great if more people in business, especially the corporate world, would speak plainly.