- Noah:Very funny. Very well done.
- Alan Weiss:The boys send their thanks.
- Alan Willett:This definitely goes in my top 3 of favorites.
- Alan Weiss:I actually comment more often, but get the math wrong. Obama was hailed as a great speaker because he could smoothly
- Peter McLean:(That little bit of maths when making a comment once in a while must be assisting my mental agility.) The fact that h
- Alan Weiss:It certainly gives you some perspective.
- Tim Wilson:I think the last time I watched the Oscars Johnny Carlson hosted. Don’t really remembered what caused me to stop watchin
- Alan Weiss:The type of guy who you'd shoot if he came near your daughter.
- Alex Singleton:I was on a photography tour in California a few years ago and the tour leader told us that he'd banned one past delegate
- alan WEISS:I can accept MBA or MD! But when you don't recognize the initials, the more there are, the greater the insecurity.
- Tim Wilson:If every toddler gave up after their first few attempts at working they would never learn to walk on their own. It makes
- Alan Weiss:If we keep lowering the bar we'll have a generation of kids crawling on the ground (and bumping into their teachers).
- Craig Martin:Oh dear. Once I laid my eyes upon the statement that this kind of learning is good because it lets you learn at your ow
- Praveen Puri:Ironically, next to this article, "The NY Post" has articles entitled: "Miley, Katie Perry lock lips at LA Concert"
- Alan Weiss:Have you driven a new BMW? The computer system is ridiculously complex and non-intutive. And an alarm with a motion sens
- Alan Weiss:You folks are doing great. I was disappointed that the US blamed the uniforms, rather than compliment the winners. The U
- Ed Poll:My sentiments precisely ...
- Alan Weiss:Once a month
- Hanno:Alan, how often do you get letters like this?
- Joel Gagne:-If the US dominated Speed Skating like the Dutch the IOC would cancel the sport as fast as it did to baseball and softb
- Joseph:Dr Alan, One of your 'Alanism' is "Move three things forward a mile, not a hundred things forward an inch." I took this
- Gabriel Paquette:Wow! I honestly thought BMW built cars for humans, but my mistake. They really should of taken into consideration that
- Liesbeth van Leijen:Well, here in The Netherlands were are suffering from "Orange Fever": we keep on winning medals at speed skating. New re
- Garry Beavis:Summer Olympic events at the Winter Olympics; that would be worth watching compared to what we're seeing now.
- Alan Weiss:I doubt that's taught in the teachers' learning curriculum.
- Alan Weiss:If he's an "expert" in IT, then hourly billing is his mantra. I find that offering a solution immediately is irresponsib
- Alan Weiss:My problem with fractional ownership and the private jets is that on longer hauls commercial first class service is pret
- Alan Weiss:If that's the case, why does he go?
- Alan Weiss:Scott, listen up: 1. I'm 67, so I doubt I'm an ageist. 2. I never indicated that long term employment creates poor
- Alan Weiss:Margaret Wheatley could depress fireworks. She is totally pessimistic and cynical because the world has turned out exact
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This video shows a 20-minute (in three segments) interview Alan conducted on the main stage of a major accounting convention in Australia, where he was asked for the third time to fly halfway around the world to help improve business acquisition and fee practices for the same group of hundreds of business owners. You’ll see how and why an owner’s accounting firm was turned around from an apparently inevitable bankruptcy to a thriving firm providing tremendous rewards for its owner and productive jobs for employees.
In addition to the videos below, here is more on Alan’s new Specialized Consulting and Growth for Boutique Consulting Firms service.
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I just wanted to share with you this funny video I captured during Alan’s recent Best Practices workshop in Rhode Island. Enjoy, ChadPrint This Post
A quick return to Burma Shave and the days when driving the old man’s Chevy really meant something. Click here for presentation by OldBlueWebDesigns.comPrint This Post
A rare process visual presented by Alan at his most recent Million Dollar Consulting College® in Rhode Island.Print This Post