I remember going to a sales training seminar years ago at a company called Sandler Training, located here in the Syracuse, NY area. The owner at the time, a great man named Pete Morrissey, allowed me to take free training classes because I went to high school with two of her daughters… and because he […]

Two weeks ago I wrote a post asking if people treat you as a professional. It was one of those posts that kind of gave the readers a free pass for a bit because it talked about the behavior of others and not the readers themselves for the most part. This time we’re going in […]

I belong to a number of groups on LinkedIn. One in particular is geared towards jobs in health care. I’m not looking for a job, but every once in awhile someone is looking for a consultant who does what I do, so I like to keep my options open. Recently there was an interesting post […]

If you read this blog often enough, you know that I really subscribe to 3 moral positions: loyalty, trustworthiness, and honesty. I really believe that’s how you need to be with your friends, with your co-workers, and as much as possible with everyone else you meet throughout your life. Tonight I learned once again just […]

I mainly live by three rules; loyalty, trustworthiness, and honesty. In pretty much that order, because I really believe they need to be ranked. Loyalty is absolute. If I’m loyal to you, I expect loyalty back. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking business or personal life. I have friends who have been my friend for […]

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