Creating a Remarkable Physical

Posted on 27. Apr, 2006 by in Leadership

Yesterday I was thumbing through Inc. magazine when I came across an ad from the Virginia Hospital Center for the "time-deprived" executive—the Executive Health Physical. In essence, they found a number of problems with a common activity, the physical—which for most people takes too much time and involves too many specialists in too many different […]

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If You Had Time to Sing One Song, What Would You Sing?

Posted on 05. Apr, 2006 by in Branding/Differentiation, Business, Leadership, Planning, Remarkability

Have you watched "Walk the Line" yet?  If you haven’t, it’s well worth the time.  And if you’re unfamiliar with the movie, it’s a biopic about the start of Johnny Cash’s career and the origin of his relationship with June Carter (who eventually became June Carter-Cash, after several divorces).  However, since I don’t want to […]

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Remarkable Speak is Common Speak

Posted on 03. Apr, 2006 by in Communication, Leadership, Writing

This morning, as I was watching the morning news, I heard about a new air carrier out of Dulles Airport, MaxAir (which I’ll probably blog about later because they appear to be doing a lot of things right).  However, what bothered me, as I watched was how both executives (one from MaxAir and the other […]

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