“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.
Being in a competitive environment means leaders are under more pressure than ever to maintain high quality and service, says Anthony Guerra, who relates a recent hair-raising experience with a local business.
The only way for organizations to survive in these tumultuous times is to be constantly evolving – even if it means taking some risks, says Anthony Guerra.
When faced with a seemingly impossible task, you have two choices: accept defeat, or come up with an alternative, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about a lesson he recently learned in “the art of the impossible.”