Is There Luck in Sales?

Luck You hear this word used a lot and I often chuckle when I hear someone say to me as I go out to sell “Good luck out there today.”

Keeping it Fresh

Whether we realize it or not, if we are not careful, we can get stale when it comes to selling.

How to Get Serious about Employee Background Checks

You’ve culled through your candidates to fill an opening in your business and finally landed on someone who seems like a perfect fit.

The Best Defense to a Shooter with an Agenda is to Know and Control...

Event organizers across the country are now scrutinizing their security plans following last weekend’s tragic Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting, which left three innocent people dead and 12 injured.

Keys to Maximizing Your Potential

We all have heard the statement “This guy has a lot of potential,” and it's been mentioned quite a bit with RMS lately.

5 Ways to Overcome Disappointment

Here is a wonderful quote I read this week by Robert Kiyosaki...

Interview with Judge Peter Michael Gonzalez

Not often the opportunity is presented to interview a Judge, especially during election season.

Striking The Delicate Balance Between Hospitality And Security

This unimaginable tragedy and its aftermath led to national speculation on whether hotels are being diligent enough in providing security. Where is the balance between hospitality and increased security?

How Often Do Judges Deliberately Commit Reversible Errors in the United States?

In reflecting on this answer, it is disappointing to me that I cannot give you an answer of “never”.

I Want To Get WASTED

I know what you’re thinking. This is supposed to be motivation?

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