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Articles

Connecting With People

July 01, 2015

Referral Marketing is all about leadership and connecting, and we could all use some pointers and reminders.  One of my friends Michael Bennett sent in the following article that he found, and we wanted to share it with everyone.

As a train's source of energy and direction, the locomotive plays a vital role. However, unless a locomotive connects to other cars on the track, it is relatively useless. A train's value comes from its ability to transport massive amounts of cargo, and doing so requires the locomotive to link up with dozens of freight cars. Traveling by itself, a locomotive would arrive at its destination empty-handed. In that case, its journey would be nothing more than a waste of fuel.

Leaders are like locomotives in that they're blessed with drive, energy, and vision. However, until leaders learn the art of connection, their influence remains minimal. In isolation, their talents accomplish little, and their efforts are squandered.

Let's look at practical ways whereby leaders can make meaningful connections with others.

Attack of the Killer Antibiotics

July 01, 2015

Anthropomorphized antibiotics on a rampageI want to address an abuse of one of the greatest medical discoveries of the last century.  This epidemic has rapidly become one of >the most critical public health concerns of our time.  You are probably thinking that I am talking about the abuse of illegal drugs and painkillers, but I am not.  I am talking about the misuse of antibiotics.

Every year, our families face their share of colds, sore throats, and stomach aches.  When we do, we expect our doctors to prescribe us something to cure it.  Leaving the doctor empty-handed seems like a rip-off.   After all, what did we even visit the doctor for if they are not going to hand us an antibiotic or some cure in pill form?  As it turns out, leaving the doctor's office without that pill shaped treatment could be the best thing for us.

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