When a situation arises that gives you pause, listen to your instincts – not the opinions of those who may not have your best interest at heart, says Anthony Guerra.
When trying to secure a customer, is a black-and-white, all-or-nothing approach always necessary, or are there gray areas? That all depends on the end goal, says Anthony Guerra.
Being a leader means setting an example folks will follow, and few will go into battle behind a general who surrenders the second it’s more convenient than fighting, says Anthony Guerra.
“Stop touching him, Parker,” I said in a rage-suppressed voice. “Move back. Move two steps back. Give him some space.” I had been watching Parker be a pesky fly to his 1st grade rec basketball teammates when Elaine — the mother of one of those poor souls — sat down next to me. As we […]
Although having the best strategy and the best players is critical, the quality that distinguishes a team from the pack is a refusal to quit, says Anthony Guerra.