- Alan Weiss:Good point. I'd add Huntley, Brinkley, and Cronkite, instead of today's "happy talk" banality.
- Dennis Snow:Great list, Alan. I would add that we didn't have, or need, 24-hour news channels calling every report "breaking news."
- alan WEISS:The boys thank you, they needed three takes to compete this one.
- Craig Martin:Absolutely brilliant. I've been in Buddy's paws many, many times.
- Roger S Balser:I just received a letter from my insurance company that as of May they would no longer be offer the insurance that has i
- Monica:I recently saw Pharrell's interview on Oprah Prime and he surprised me. What a tender soul. As a fan of Despicable Me 2,
- alan WEISS:Alex, I'm happy that you benefitted from the Affordable Care Act. But a highly imperfect, single piece of controversial
- Alex Saloutos:While the Affordable Care Act may have room for improvement, millions of Americans who were not able to get health insur
- alan WEISS:Someone in the Philippines wearing a Yankee cap, reading a script, and unable to speak colloquial English is simply infu
- Craig Martin:I believe that's what happened to Triceratops weekly and the Dino Daily. Outsourced their customer centres to grumbling
- alan WEISS:You spend a fortune on advertising, then you make it difficult to subscribe to various modes rather than have an all-inc
- alan WEISS:We're in a world where permissiveness is at the extreme and those trying to live by rules and ethics are seen as deviant
- Noah:The air lounge example is really bizarre. I would have voted for them all to be kicked out - including the members who t
- Noah:It seems many papers succumb to the loss of their voice and prestige in an attempt to reach a winder audience as J Mike
- alan WEISS:I've given up on Fortune, so Forbes is okay, but I'm not blown away.
- anthony:Alan, what are your thoughts on Forbes? They seem to have some powerful content in many of their articles and not as qui
- Peter McLean:Was thinking the same thing as Tim. Murdoch-isation would also explain the lousy outsourcing and IT. We saw how father +
- alan WEISS:Excellent point, and a damn shame.
- Tim Wilson:It’s been going done hill since it became part of the Rupert Murdoch collection of newspapers.
- Alan Weiss:I concur. It's subscription services remind me of a pulp magazine.
- J Mike Surratt:I was reading Denny Hatch's new book this week "Write Everything Right"; he has more than service problems with WSJ: e.g
- Alan Weiss:I like your "legacy" point. The way we feel informs our behavior which influences those around us, one way or the other.
- Alan Weiss:Thanks for helping me start this day!
- Alan Weiss:Ridiculous. We didn't make Grenada part of the US, as far as I can see! There are self-loathing Americans who think WE
- Craig Martin:'Yet some people castigated me for raising the issue, feeling her privacy should be protected.' Insane in the membran
- Tom Forster:Alan - I wanted to add my thanks also for your great work. I've also paid for your books, and have found incredible valu
- Alan Weiss:Thank you!
- Rob Maupin:Thank you for this. Thank you for your work and your books (paid for them) and your insight. I have benefitted from you
- alan WEISS:They are nut cases which the Internet gives amplification for.
- Craig Martin:I sometimes wonder what goes on in these peoples minds, then quickly realise it's safer if I don't.
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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.
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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