All blog posts by Ken

Let Me Ask You a Question

Since writing a chapter in my book “21 Days to Success through Networking” about questions, I’ve given a lot of thought to the subject. Questions are powerful. I mean, really powerful. They may not tell people what to think, but they sure can tell people what to think about. Let me explain. First of all, there are several reasons to ask questions–to gather information, to assess understanding, to manipulate behavior–or most powerfully, to get people […]

Drumroll Please…

Are you tired of the “Good news/Bad news” posts yet? Well, this isn’t one of those.  The simple fact is that the publisher wants to talk through a few things.  He doesn’t want to wait until next week, because of the priority of this project. He alluded to some minor(?) edits that he could probably take care of himself, but one minor edit could have a significant impact.  Whatever that means. It’s clear to us […]

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!  (I know I’m late with the Hanukkah wishes.  And I haven’t sent any Christmas cards out yet, either.) If you could pick one trait or characteristic to gain or to lose, would you do it?  What would you change? …