Tell, show, do, review

Tell, show, do, review Managing a computer training company back in the early days of Microsoft Office was relatively simple work. Schedule the class, put butts in seats, and make sure they learned something. That last part, is where we used the phrase, “tell, show, do, review” as shorthand for the adult learning sequence. Tell […]

Newsletter #3 – Complete the Day, Go Slow, Hidden Rules

GREG’S RIGHT FIT NEWSLETTER Quick notes to help you get more done in less time. . . next week. Welcome to the first edition of my weekly, week-end primer. In anticipation of my upcoming book, The Human Being’s Guide to Business Growth, this newsletter has concise advice you can put it use. . .next week, […]

Your Perception Controls Your Customer’s Reality

Your Perception Controls Your Customer’s Reality This article originally appeared in Amalgamate: A Mix of Ideas for Your Business, Summer 2015 Take a quick peek at this graphic inspired by Alex Goldfayn of the Evangelist Marketing Institute. Let’s use this graphic to frame our conversation. Anchor it. In the graphic I’m making a few assumptions.