My boys are now remarkable men. Still, each day, I try to share a nugget of savvy advice. I call it “Sophisticated Fathering”. As long as they’ll listen I’ll continue to talk.
These days I look back and realize I wasn’t buying because I wanted the thing...I was buying because I needed some thing to do. At one point I accumulated so much motorized crap that I "hired" one of my sons to keep all the batteries charged.
I had everything I dreamed, but wasn’t as happy as when I had only dreams.Read more
If you do enough business, you will have disputes...honest disagreements over an invoice, a promise, or quality of work. Disputes also arise in friendship and marriage.Read more
You refused to attack. It was fear, the dream killer; it held you back. Calls you failed to make. Opportunities you didn't take...Read more
by Greg Hague Guess what? I discovered how to get smart in 6 minutes a week! Back in 2010 when I got the top score on the bar exam, I had only 4 ½ months to learn what most people beat their brains out studying for 3-4 years. I had to cram a ton of […]Read more
by Greg Hague How did you know? In 1959, my friend, Harvey Mackay, purchased a struggling envelope firm in Minneapolis. Today it is one of the largest in the world, with 500+ employees selling over 25 million envelopes a day. How did he do it? Four simple words: How did you know? Let me explain. […]Read more
by Greg Hague This is part two of a three part series. Emails from you? I read every one. I often learn more about people from emails than anything they do. Are they articulate? Can they spell? Do they proof or just type and shoot? Emails are a resume, a window into who you are. Want […]Read more
by Greg Hague This is part one of a three part series. DELETION MACHINE I often feel like a deletion machine. Bang, bang, bang . . . how fast can I dump all those unwanted emails? Bet you do too. But then you hesitate. An email subject line grabs your eye. You think, I don’t […]Read more
People are attracted to people who look like, act like, and have interests similar to theirs.
Want to hit it off instantly with the people you meet?
1. Reflect their look.
2. Mirror their actions.
3. Know their interests. Read more
A world-class network of friends? To me, that's job #1.
My friend Bruce says, “Deals don’t make you money, people do.
How true. Whatever you want, someone else has.Read more
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My friend, Harvey Mackay, has a New York Times bestselling book entitled “Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty” that says it all. It’s the definitive guide to how to cultivate deep, meaningful, needle-moving relationships. The book is a bible for how to cultivate connections today that will benefit you for the rest of your life.Read more