Ideas Are A Dime A Dozen

This blog hung around on my desktop for a while, a favorite that I just couldn’t get right. Sometimes they hang around, only to get deleted in one courageous purge later on, but this one managed to make it and … READ ON >

Planes, Trains and Thanksgiving

For today’s blog, I’m reminded of the old thought experiment: If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? I fully expect that today’s blog will likewise accumulate on … READ ON >

Serious Sift

Every night when I walk my dog, I listen to a few Ted Talks. Each of them is about 15-20 minutes in length, and I listen to at least 3 a night. So I enjoy 45 minutes a day of … READ ON >

Some Thoughts On Mastery

This is (right now) my other favorite time of year. My long tour has ended and I’m grateful. Thank you for being a part of it. I feel buoyant and strong. After a long portage, I have at last put … READ ON >

Does the Worm Really Matter?

“He who wakes up early, yawns all day long.” – Anonymous   Time for a little fun today. We are all told at one time or another when we are growing up something about early mornings, birds and worms or … READ ON >

It’s a Wrap

We have spent the last 5 weeks looking at the Experience Economy by investigating some real businesses. The intention has been to find some common themes and fundamentals in what make organizations experience-oriented. Here are some points gleamed from our … READ ON >

Listening Up

We all know that listening skills underpin successful relationships, both professional and personal. We know these things, and yet…we sometimes forget. A clever Greek gave us that old adage about two ears and one mouth. For those in the advice … READ ON >

The Junk In The Trunks

When I can, I like to share a little personal insight, offer a little glimpse behind the curtain over here at DMWSCWHQ (Dennis Moseley-Williams Strategic Consulting World Headquarters). One of the questions I am often asked is, “Where do you … READ ON >

Lessons From A Successful Small Business

Be focused on the people who care. If what you offer is important and worthwhile, it’s likely that not everyone is going to be interested, especially if someone else offers something that makes an easier promise and comes at a … READ ON >

New Beginnings

“Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and … READ ON >