Even though Dale Carnegie died over 30 years before I was born, he is one of my business heroes. The principles he taught in his many books, seminars, and lectures are timeless and when applied correctly work social miracles.
By now, you’ve probably heard the catchphrase that’s gone viral: “That’s a clown question, bro.”
When I graduated high school, left home, and enrolled at Utah State University I thought I was prepared for just about anything. Naturally, I was all grown up, could take care of myself, and had learned everything I would need for college in high school.
I recently got the pleasure of working with a new account in a space that was relatively new to me. When we met with their executives to review the PR Proposal, to determine if we would be their agency of choice, their CEO expressed some hesitation in our not being able to really understand the space.
In my household, like in every home, my spouse and I often debate which channel we are going to keep our television fixed on. She prefers channels like HGTV, Food Network, and any program that features Leonardo DiCaprio or Joseph Gordon-Levitt.