Foolish Thoughts are produced by A Fool for Learning (www.afoolforlearning.com), covering topics on learning, management, leadership, and whatever other foolish thoughts come to mind. Podcasts are usually published on Tuesday and Thursdays, but it really depends on how foolish Joseph Barone feels.
Hear my final thoughts on the ninth and tenth Virtual Meeting Commandments issued by Launch Workplace.
Hear my take on the seventh and eight Virtual Meeting Commandments issued by Launch Workplace.
Hear my thoughts on the fifth and sixth Virtual Meeting Commandments issued by Launch Workplace.
Hear my thoughts of the third and fourth Virtual Meeting Commandments issued by Launch Workplace.
Have a listen to my thoughts on the first two Virtual Meeting Commandments published by Launch Workplace.?
Listen in to one of my pet peeves.?
Have a quick listen as to what I have been up to, the next couple of episodes and a special Thank You!
Even when starting out, you can't just rely on one income stream.
This is a trap that most new consultants fall into, and one which I fell into.?
Before you begin as a consultant, you need to ask yourself: Is your skill set up to date?
In a recent conversation with Andy Morsberger, co-owner of three Minuteman Press locations in Maryland, we discussed the importance of networking not only in bad times, but more importantly, good times!
Hear my "rant" about an annoying trend on LinkedIn.
Listen about my recent experience taking some online learning.
When you don't provide proper training to a new employee, the assignment will fail.
Learn about this free online application, which you use to help liven up all types of events, whether they be learning, training, monthly/weekly meetings, etc.
The ME BOX is an interesting icebreaker that I recently learned about.
Listen to a recent experience I had taking some online learning.
Stop processing emails while you are working, and stop working, while you are processing emails.
Should you read or not read your emails first thing in the morning?
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