This week’s question comes from Ran in Montreal, Canada. He asks: Q: I’m also in the training industry, but find it hard to compete because entrepreneurs have so many free resources. What worked for you in the beginning when you were getting your start? What would you advise me to do?
This week’s question comes from Johnny in Redmond, Washington. He asks: Q: Hi! I’m an international student in 10th grade, and I’m looking to improve my time management habits. I watched your “Time Management Fundamentals” course on LinkedIn Learning. How can I use your method most effectively with Omnifocus?
Are you just training your team, or are you indoctrinating them? This week’s question comes from Kenneth in Winnipeg, Canada. He asks: Q: What are current ideas that you could suggest to empower your team to promote your practice so that it grows? How can I get them more engaged in helping the business be … Continue reading “Can you get your team to care about your business? – Pick Dave’s Brain”
Are you winning the game of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon? This week’s question comes from Aida in Saint Louis, Missouri. Q: In your Building Your Professional Network Course you recommend using CRMs. Could you recommend one basic CRM for someone like myself that could be used for personal purposes to maintain your connections?
Last week, I wrote an article for LinkedIn Pulse that exploded. As of this posting, the article on the United “re-accommodating” incident has received more than 250,000 views, 4100 likes, 1200 comments, and 1100 shares. You can find that original article here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/heres-how-avoid-united-incident-your-company-dave-crenshaw As some of you have requested a longer, audio podcast, this article … Continue reading “Here’s how to avoid a United incident at your company – SPECIAL PODCAST”