Fri.Nov 18, 2022

Consulting For Equity: 4 Factors You Can’t Afford To Ignore

Consulting Success

Should you provide consulting for equity? A few years ago, I was in New Orleans sitting by the pool at our villa. I received an urgent email from a Clarity Coaching client: “I have an early-stage prospective client and they really want to work with me.

The Key to Success at Work: Remaining Present

Tom Spencer

Live for the moment, seize the day, carpie diem. These well cited cliches for stress management are based on the logic that by focusing intently on the present moment we can set aside past regrets and future anxieties. Doing so can provide us with a greater capacity to perform and succeed.

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Faster Management Decisions Can Lead to More Ease and Better Results, Part 4

Johanna Rothman

If we want more ease and better results, we need to be able to change when the world changes. Yet, we don't always notice these changes, so we don't create options and experiment. Too often, we feel as if the world drags us down. We double-down on what we've been doing.

6 Ways to Reenergize a Depleted Team

Harvard Business Review

If your team isn’t displaying the vibrant energy they once had, these practices can help. Managing people Motivating people Burnout Wellness Digital Article

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

Launching the COMATCH Consulting Climate

Comatch

Monitoring industry trends is crucial for businesses as well as individuals. Observing forward-looking data helps track market expectations and prepare for changing economic situations.

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Sorry/thanks

Seth Godin Blog

If you often find yourself saying “sorry” in a way that doesn’t advance the conversation, it might be interesting to substitute “thank you” instead. So, “I’m sorry this came out of the kitchen after your other dishes,” becomes, “thank you for waiting so patiently.” ” And, “I’m sorry we got disconnected,” becomes, “thank you for calling back.”

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It’s Time to Focus on the “G” in ESG

Harvard Business Review

Too often, investors’ governance policies are in tension with their environmental and social ones. Business law Investment management Digital Article

Some thoughts on Mastodon

Seth Godin Blog

It is, by far, the fastest-growing social network in history, growing more than 20% in about a week. And yet it didn’t stutter much. How can this be? It’s a network in the real internet sense of the word. It’s not just a network of users, it’s a network of servers as well. No one owns it. Like email, it’s a set of principles and rules, not a place. A federation is different than a corporation. It might not be as shiny, but it’s far more resilient.