Guest Post by Bob Burg and John David Mann
Gillian Waters, a buyer for Smith & Banks, a national chain of pet accessory stores is listening attentively to her mentor, the Coach, a short, stout fireplug of a man. They’re at the Juice Caboose where, after draining most of his glass (“Celery juice: best when drunk in the first sixty seconds”), he shares his next lesson with one word his protégée finds surprising.
“Listen.” Continue reading Listen with the Back of Your Neck
#1 – If you do anything, someone will criticize it.
#2 – If you say anything, someone will be offended.
The sooner you realize those are THEIR issues not YOURS and move on the better off you will be. If you try to only do or say things that will not get criticized or offend you might as well never do or say anything. Continue reading 3 Simple Truths From My Peculiar Perspective