Going the Extra Mile for an Employee

Today’s post is another in our ongoing effort to provide some good news and inspiration in an otherwise difficult period. In her piece for the October 6 edition of Nation’s Restaurant News Dina Berta recounted an incredible story about Marcus Gilbert, the owner of a Charley’s ...

Read MoreRead More

Some Good News For a Change

On a day when the Dow tanked another 508 points in a long string of losing days, some good news, any good news, even a little piece is most welcome. Such a nugget climbed into my in-basket this evening in the form of an email message from the 92nd Street Y in New York. Business...

Read MoreRead More

Don’t Let Your Work Become a Job

Last week I had the pleasure of being on a Comair flight manned by a flight attendant by the name of Eric. It was immediately obvious upon boarding that this flight was going to be different, in a positive way. With a smile and a wisecrack about the plane’s designers, he reminded me upon ...

Read MoreRead More

Discretionary Effort – Unmerited Favor?

In some faiths, the term “grace” is defined as “the unmerited favor of God”. In more earthly terms, grace is when we receive something we don’t deserve, and in fact, can’t possibly earn. When the police officer stops you for going 65 in a 45mph zone, and lets ...

Read MoreRead More
Load MoreLoad More