Career Development
Turning Stage Fright Into Self-Confidence
By Guido | |
“I realized that nobody was going to help me if wasn’t going to help myself. Take responsibility for all my decisions, my life, stop complaining.”
The Other Side of The Interview: Employers Need Help Too
By Guido | |
These are 5 simple recommendations on your path to hosting better interviews that will leave a positive impression on the candidate and you in a better position long-term. They might also land you a resource that you actually need. Candidates can benefit from these recommendations too because it just might help them find their true self in an interview.
Be In The Moment: Are We Still The North?
By Guido | |
Be in your moments. Be in each other’s moments. Enjoy them, today because well, we just don’t know what opportunity there will be to enjoy them tomorrow.
If Nobody Is Listening, Does An Apple Make A Sound?
By Guido | |
It’s easy with all the different types of noise around us like traffic, fashion, finances, travel, digital devices, our new obsession with selfies, and the general scutter of life to easily take for granted what we hear when we listen
The Modern-Day Dead Poets Society: Technology & Process Delivered Good, Fast, Cheap
By Guido | |
The birth of a new technology or methodology doesn’t have to mean the death of another. There’s enough room and value proposition that makes them each viable beyond co-existence, and quite possibly even complimenting each other in a way they’ve never been before.
The 1989 Ice-Cream CX Experience
By Guido | |
As a fifteen-year-old with the keys to the store, the task of serving all those people seemed insurmountable... That summer, I would learn two valuable lessons."
Warriors, Generals, Soldiers, and Heroes
By Guido | |
"A few days after the loss I was on a phone call with former Montreal Canadien’s Stanley Cup champion Ryan Walter as we were discussing a future leadership session and he asked me what I thought about the finals...I just really enjoyed how they made me believe they were always in it.” I paused. “Or maybe that’s just what you say after your team loses”