Lose the Jargon

I’ve mentioned in the past that the best thing about a 30-second commercial is that it’s short. You don’t run the risk of boring people too much. Personally, for networking events, I prefer something that is shorter than ten seconds. Even keeping it that short, though, won’t keep their minds…

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Good Things Happen

Every day I espouse the benefits of good networking — how providing value for others with no expectation of return eventually does provide a return. Still, I’m occasionally surprised when it happens to me. A couple months ago I was chatting with my good friend Mike Wynn and he mentioned…

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