Auto Industry Brings Electric Attitude, Ad Spend To Super Bowl LVI by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, February 10, 2022 Supply challenges stifled new car manufacturing across the automotive industry for much of 2021, but with the rise of prices for new and used car sales, the industry saw record-breaking profits amidst high customer demand, despite the low inventory … Continue reading Auto Industry Brings Electric Attitude, Ad Spend To Super Bowl LVI
Jayson DeMers — April 24, 2020 You might have heard claims that maintaining a more positive attitude can help you get more done every day, or improve your professional life. But are these claims really true? Obviously, this is a hard question to answer. What “counts” as a positive attitude can be somewhat nebulous, and … Continue reading Does a Positive Attitude Actually Make You More Productive?
Brian Basilico — September 4, 2019 Follow @bbasilico — September 4, 2019 Swim With The Dolphins The other day I was having coffee with a friend and a mentor. His name is Al Ritter. He wrote the book, The 100/0 Principle: Give 100% of yourself, 100% of the time, expect nothing in return and watch … Continue reading Do You Have an Attitude of Gratitude? How To Find One!
Brent Pohlman — January 25, 2018 Follow @brentpohlman — January 25, 2018 I’ve read a lot of articles about getting noticed online. I spent the last 10 years looking at this concept. Social media consumed my time. I witnessed many ways to get noticed. Some good ways that saw results, some bad ways that did … Continue reading Getting Noticed Online – My Attitude Needed to Change
by Ryan Scott Follow @causecastSeptember 23, 2016 Do you buy into the perception that Millennial employees are entitled, needy and lazy? If so, then you’re the one who might just need a little attitude adjustment. Far from being divas, a new report says that Millennials actually err on the other extreme, driving the rise of … Continue reading Millennial Employees Have an Attitude Problem, But Not The One You Think
by VerticalResponse July 7, 2016 Follow @VR4SmallBizJuly 7, 2016 It’s a solid rule of thumb in the retail world: Keeping existing clientele is easier, more profitable, and less expensive than trying to hunt down new clients. That’s why it’s so important to let those in your current customer base know how much you value their … Continue reading Attitude of Gratitude
by Peter Stark April 23, 2016 Follow @peterbstarkApril 23, 2016 As leaders, we all experience stressful, less-than-stellar days at work. Even so, it is our job to realize that our attitudes have a significant impact on the people around us, and to approach tough situations with an attitude that motivates and inspires our team members. … Continue reading The Chameleon Effect and the Power of Your Attitude
by Kirk Dando February 25, 2016 Follow @kirkdandoFebruary 25, 2016 How do you handle it when you have a brilliant jerk (a high-performer with a bad attitude) on your team? A CEO recently asked me: “I have got somebody that’s a great performer. But they are just hard to be around. He doesn’t have a … Continue reading How to Handle a High-Peformer With a Bad Attitude
Columnist and entrepreneur Neil Patel shares his tips for those looking to successfully build and shape their personal brand. Neil Patel on January 2, 2015 at 11:22 am When you develop your personal brand, you need to watch your attitude. I don’t mean this in the “shame on you” sense. I’m referring to the unique … Continue reading How To Shape Your Personal Brand Attitude