5 Resolutions for Year Fifty-Two of My Life

Yesterday was my 51st birthday. Below are five resolutions for year 52 of my life. I think of them as compass-like and guiding. I am a steadfast goal setter and this feels like a different exercise. Goals are specific, measurable … Read More

A Good Idea Not Well Executed – 2.0

Rarely does the sequel meet the payoff of the original. When Hilton Hotels had a good idea not well executed that I wrote about on Wednesday, I didn’t expect a follow-up message.  As Paul Harvey used to say, “Now, the … Read More

Proven Success Formula?

Everyone is interested in a “proven Success formula,” right? In 2009 Chris Guillebeau wrote 279 Days to Overnight Success. I recently came across this excellent work by listening to a book by Jane Friedman about publishing a book. What I like … Read More

Why Cataract Surgery and No LASIK?

Early in my business career in Ophthalmology, I was observing a lot of cataract surgery and the field of Refractive Surgery was gaining traction with Radial Keratotomy (RK). A crude procedure when compared to today’s all laser method to performing … Read More

What a Difference Seven Years Makes

Seven years ago today was a hard day for me. I wrote about the 10 Things I Learned When I was Knocked From My White Horse 18 months ago in an article published by the Success Blog. This story was … Read More

Red Lobster Biscuits and Children Growing Up

Recently my wife, Jean, and I drove by a Red Lobster and discussed that we had never eaten at one. Well, at least, together. I confessed that I am a closet lover of the cheese and herb butter biscuits they … Read More

The Duality of Sales Reps

[headline style=”1″ align=”center” headline_tag=”h1″] Sales Reps Must Think Like Innovators to Sell to Innovators [/headline] The first edition of “The Diffusion of Innovation” by Everett Graham was published in 1962. Graham’s seminal work supplied structure to academic thinking about how innovation … Read More