“It’s been good knowing you, Mike. Now you have to leave.” It had been over a week since we left El Paso in their old, beat-up, converted school bus. I kind of knew Kim and Kim – yea, a married couple with the same first name. They said, since they had room on their trip … Read moreOnto the Bus
Manny and I had not talked for years. He was my sales manager over thirty years ago when I was still a pretty green rookie in Dallas repping for an accounting company. We had just taken a Facebook chat offline and were sharing memories of old friends and colleagues, living and dead, and telling the … Read moreBe someone’s biggest mistake!
This is a kind of true confessions post. It is a story of persistence in the face of fear and of overcoming failure that is well known among those who are closest to me. I thought a few people who are ready to throw in the towel might need to hear it. (Selfish confession: it … Read moreHow I Stayed In the Game When I Was Losing and Came Up a Winner