- Elijah Lim:That's one of my issues. I need to become more acquainted with how people feel, in general. Thanks!
- Dave Gardner:Laugh out loud funny!
- Craig Martin:Very good, Alan. I think we all know a person or ten who could benefit from this message.
- Alan Weiss:I don't coach for free, Britt, but you'll find easy ways to do that in my books if you're interested.
- Jeffrey Summers:Took a couple more hoops but I was able to listen to it. I always love the fact, that no matter what the complexity
- Jeffrey Summers:I can access the list (they keep adding more interviews). It's just that I can't play anything. Maybe there's a delay on
- Alan Weiss:I probably copied a link incorrectly. I do things like that. But when I just pasted the link above into Safari, I came u
- Jeffrey Summers:Would love to listen to this but nothing happens. Did anyone else get to listen to this? Their link broken? iTunes issue
- Mohan:True! Life requires not always the same phase.It some times requires different velocity to see clearly the unexpecte
- Britt King:What's your process for getting in front of buyers while juggling current projects?
- Craig Martin:Which is 100 times faster than most call centres.
- Alan Weiss:I shall answer you in a millennium.
- Craig Martin:Having 3 teenage kids means my concept of time is totally different to the norm. For example: If asked to tidy a room,
- Igor Skapinker:Which content? But seriously, it is amaizing that regardless of hundreds of times that Alan pointed that out, there a
- Alan Weiss:Steve, I'm sure my eduction is lacking and inferior to yours, so thanks for pointing out that there are 52 weeks in a ye
- Noah:I wonder how much does Steve earns for pointing out every typo or slight mistake on the Internet? Glad I chose consul
- Steve Kravitz:We must have had different math teachers, or were raised in places where years have different durations. Where I co
- Simma:That was one of the most valuable tips I learned when I attended my first workshop with you. Had I not learned your 80%
- Alan Weiss:There are a lot of ways to meet people, I do so every day. But sacrificing your health and comfort by traveling coach ma
- Gemma Laming:I guess I just prefer travelling that way! When I was a kid, we'd sleep in the gangways by the emergency exits, lots
- Alan Weiss:Same with palming the ball.
- Dave Gardner:I'm glad you mentioned traveling in basketball...when I watch basketball, it's as though the rules I learned when I was
- Alan Weiss:Exactly, that's why the stuff about preventing injury (and I'm talking about the majors, not Little League) is specious,
- Jeffrey Summers:...and then there's the play at the plate!
- Alan Weiss:First thanks for reading my stuff. Second, I don't agree with you at all, and you're one of the people lowering the stan
- Steven B. Levy:The "phantom" double-play at 2B isn't sloppiness or lowered standards but a reasoned, intentional approach by umpires (i
- Alan Weiss:You can meet people easily anywhere, so I don't think you need to be totally uncomfortable for 12 hours with the pretens
- Gemma Laming:Wherever I'm going, it's coach class. I just like the rough and tumble of being with people. There's something about Asi
- Alex Singleton:You make a sound point. There are inevitably typos on my blog because I bash out posts and don't use a proof-reader or a
- Alan Weiss:I tried to make them listen. They were polite, but not very responsive. The assistant hotel manager told me, "I hope you
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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