Monthly Archives: September 2012

“Hope Is Not A Strategy!”

My new book Green Reign Leadership speaks in the positive language of respect, discipline, competitive advantage, unified and profitable focus. The words and leadership styles of engagement do not speak in the political language of “partisan, bipartisan or reaching across the aisle” … Continue reading

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It’s “Price-Roaming” Not “Show-Rooming”…

“Broadly, in order to survive, in order to grow, retailers internal rate of change, adoption and investments have to accelerate faster than the external rate of consumer change, consumer determination in purchase destination.” We have collectively trained and motivated consumers through … Continue reading

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The Steps To The Sale For Business America…

I am honored to be recognized and published by Scripps Howard country wide newspaper distribution network regarding sales and marketing leadership principals to help improve, motivate and drive success for our small business owners. This opportunity was made possible by a … Continue reading

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Lost In Admiration For Peter Erdman

For those of you who know my great friend Peter Erdman you know his heartfelt style of leadership is smart, empirical, refulgent and highly customer centric. How do I know this? I ran hard and fast with Peter at Samsung … Continue reading

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Attention Please!

Isn’t this truly what all product marketers desire, your attention? Isn’t this why billions of dollars are spent yearly to gain consumer attention for “my brand, my product, my experience?” Well actually, no. What marketers, who report to the CEO and to the expectations of … Continue reading

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