As an avid runner and a periodic race runner I often have many long training runs. Some runs often are for 2 or more hours. Now when running, especially on the long runs, I think of a variety of different… Read More ›
Month: January 2011
QR Codes . . . What are they?
I recently sent out an article to several of my clients that included a card with a QR code. When I followed up to see if they had a chance to review what I had sent, one of my clients… Read More ›
How’s Your MOJO?
We have all heard it, seen it, and for some, even felt it! That special feeling that radiates out to the world that says, fasten your seat belt something magical is happening. We have seen it in sports numerous times;… Read More ›
ASK NOT WHAT . . . .
Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s famous inaugural speech where he used the phase “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” This simple yet very profound phase… Read More ›
InkJet technology explained . . . .
Over the last several years most of the major vendors have introduced new high speed inkjet printers. At IPEX and Graph Expo 2010 inkjet technology was seemingly everywhere. Wherever you turned someone was talking about their new inkjet technology. So… Read More ›
Digital Printing: 2010 Review / 2011 Predictions
A year ago at this time many of us sat with a sense of relief that we survived the worst economic downturn of the modern era. In the previous two years (2008 & 2009) consolidations and shop closures were the norm. … Read More ›
A Crisis of Confidence.
What is the REAL problem with business in America today? With all that is affecting the psyche of American business today is it no wonder that we seem like a pig stuck in the mud, wallowing in the muck, going… Read More ›
Investing in your Business
It has been said that “If you always do what you always did . . . you will always get what you always got!” Is this your approach to your business? Is this really the safest thing to do? In… Read More ›
Death of a Salesman or a Reincarnation?
As a baby boomer and a 20 year plus veteran of the sales game in corporate America I have seen a lot of changes. From the early years when a sales person retrieved messages from a receptionist on little yellow… Read More ›