“Be A Judge; Not A Lawyer”

The Sages said, “Be a judge; not a lawyer.” What does this mean and how does it help us become the most effective and successful person possible? On a surface level and when directed at an actual judge, the advice is obvious. Whereas a lawyer is paid to win the case for his or her…

The Product AND The Process…Both!

In yesterday’s post, we looked at a question posted by my friends, Chris Brogan and Joe Sorge on their show, Kitchen Table Talks” which asked, “Which is more important — the product or the process?” In examining the question, it was suggested that perhaps there was a third choice: that both are just as important.…

What, Who, And How

Years ago, while reading a very good book by Milo O. Frank entitled, How To Get Your Point Across In 30 Seconds or Less, I was reminded that – in the context of persuasion – there are three essentials for every form of spoken or written communication: “Know what you want, know who can give…