It was one of those trendy restaurants that can be found in most any city, and in larger cities there may be many of them. It was not a chain and not ritzy, but the kind of place where business people gather and clients meet vendors. I visit numerous such places each year when I am on the road. They are attractive, somewhat quiet, and the food is predictably good. I was in Atlanta to deliver a keynote speech to
If you were asked to describe what your life would be like 10 years from now, what kind of a picture would you paint? How is your financial situation a decade later? What do your relationships look like? Is your business and career doing any better?
Your time is immensely valuable. The sooner you realize that, the better you will become at learning to manage it wisely.
Language changes. I get that. In fact, I must always keep up with expressions, slang and sayings to make my presentations more contemporary to my audiences. Back in the day, when I was working in the greeting card industry, learning, improving and knowing the latest use of the English language was mandatory. It was all about trends. With the exception of church services, most of us don’t say Thee and Thou anymore. Throw in today’s surplus of acronyms used to