When the first response is: “NO!”

Who do you know (and you might be one) whose first response to a new idea is: “NO!”? What’s that do for (against) the momentum and shelf-life of said idea? If you’re the “proposer” . . . “Guilty until proven innocent” “Uphill battle” “Fighting a losing battle” “OMG – AGAIN!” Did the idea have a […]

When ideas come faster than ability/time to implement . . .

Imagining great new ways to do things . . . Fabulous techniques for getting MORE business . . . or increasing productivity such that you can do more with LESS effort and time How ’bout ideas that have GAME CHANGING POTENTIAL? The problem with ideas is not the fault of the ideas . . . […]