Foolish Thoughts by A Fool for Learning

Foolish Thoughts by A Fool for Learning

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. To learn more about Joseph and what he does, go to: afoolforlearning.com

Episodes

May 19, 2022 2 min

When taking someone to Small Claims Court, you need to determine if it is worth the time and effort. 

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The saga continues, so listen in.

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The title says it all.

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Hear about a conversation I had recently with a friend.

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Listen to an experience of a friend of mine. 

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Do you consider those who work with you your friends?  Maybe they are not.

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With Spring, comes the time for cleaning.  However, do you ever clean your digital files?

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Hear what happened next in my saga of the non-paying client. 

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This is the final episode, where I discuss my part-time revenue stream during the COVID pandemic. 

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In this episode, I continue my discussion about my part-time revenue stream during the COVID pandemic. 

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Learn about one of my revenue streams during the pandemic. 

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We have no synergy. 

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Hear about my experience when a client does not pay. 

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Hear about my experience with my very first client who did not pay me.

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Hear about the time I complained about poor customer service and what happened in my subsequent interactions with my auto dealership.

 

 

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The traditional training analogy has three groups of learners.  Some use a fourth group.  Who are they?

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Listen to an old training analogy, successfully used recently.

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Sometimes an old analogy can win over resistant participants. 

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Hear some wise wisdom from Pat Kilner, author of Find Your Six.

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Hear about an acronym that every trainer should remember. 

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