Podcast – The Uncomfortable Truth – Episode 50: Going Through the Motions

Why action is often meaningless and words are illusory.  Too many people are going through the motions, when we need to be in the moment.

Podcast – The Uncomfortable Truth – Episode 49: Why We Eat Our Young

The endemic cynicism and pessimism of so many people remind me of alligators who habitually eat their own offspring.  Have you noticed that many of us search for bad news and seem to believe that things are never good enough? Let’s put things back into perspective.

Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 9/10/18

Alan's Monday Morning Memo

We’ve just returned (yesterday) from our first safari. I hosted the entire family. I’m creating an exception to my usual short observations in Monday Morning Memo to share my very fresh reactions with you. The silence is stunning. We are motoring through the South African Veldt and when the engine is turned off you hear only silence. It is broken by an occasional bird’s trill, the bird itself an iridescent, curved-beak glider looking to get lucky. The air is fresh …

Podcast – The Uncomfortable Truth – Episode 48: Talent and Numbers

If you don’t have a critical mass, you’re not going to find critical talent.  When you don’t have enough numbers in a company, or a city, or a country – the result is this…

Podcast – The Uncomfortable Truth – Episode 47: Napoleon Hill and I

This podcast discusses my indirect association with Napoleon Hill through my old boss, and why thinking alone won’t make you rich.  Think and grow rich? Not so fast.