The best way to get the right answers is to ask the right questions. Makes sense, huh? The problem comes when the wrong questions appear to be the right ones. Confused yet? Read on — because it really comes down to asking one question right.
Each year, the kids go on a field trip to the strawberry patch. After the tour, each one gets a basket to fill with strawberries to take home. As they head out into the fields, you can tell the veterans from the newbies.
“A mounds bar is not a sprinkle. A Twizzler is not a sprinkle. A jolly rancher is not a sprinkle sir. Perhaps in Shangri-la they are, but not here!” ~ Apu Nahasapeemapetilon from “The Simpsons” Who do you like to do business with? Why? Chances are they add value. If you like doing business with… Continue reading A Twizzler Is Not a Sprinkle and a Coupon Is Not Added Value
I have one of the world’s dumbest squirrels living in my back yard and he is extremely entertaining to watch. He can never seem to remember where he’s stashed his nuts. It’s so crazy — I’ve even seen other squirrels helping him look for them (okay, that’s probably not what they’re actually doing — but… Continue reading Do You Know Where Your Nuts Are?
The other day, while out on my morning walk with the dog, I saw a turtle in the middle of the road. He was in his shell, not going anywhere. I went out, picked him up, and set him down over by the woods on the other side of the road. He popped his up,… Continue reading Are You Really Helping?