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Allan Cox

Our Gift To You

Our Gift To You

Happy Holidays. Our gift to you is a free Kindle copy of Allan’s latest book, ‘YOUR PLACE AT THE TABLE.’

Your Place At The Table

Your Place At The Table

Tired of being on teams that don’t work and waste your time? You know there are many teams that are successful, but you, and lots of other people, don’t know the secret to their success. Simply put, teams are essential. Without a team, there can be no comprehensive vision. Every member of your team should have a contribution to make or s/he doesn’t belong at the table. 

The average executive spends 17 hours a week in meetings and another six hours preparing for them. Ugh! Truth told, the only meeting worse than the one you’re invited to is the one you’re NOT invited to. Your goal should be to make a contribution to every meeting you attend.

Interview by Facebook Literary Page "The Drunken Druid"

Interview by Facebook Literary Page "The Drunken Druid"

Today I'd like to welcome Allan Cox, author of “Change the Way You Face The Day” to The Thursday Interview. Before we get started, a quick intro!

Allan Cox advises America's CEOs, Top Teams, and Boards of Directors, to help them reach their highest levels of achievement and personal satisfaction. His work serves as a catalyst for trust and candor among these three groups; his process uncovers sensitive issues and generates superior options for action. Working with leaders from Fortune 500 firms to smaller companies, he stimulates the creation of strategies for dealing with seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Allan's problem-solving clarity focuses on facing and conquering the tough new challenges in corporate America today.

OK - HERE WE GO!!

No. 1 Would you break the law to save a loved one? Why?

Yes. Stealing a loaf of bread for a starving family is an old story that makes the point well. Had my loved one shown habitual disregard for meeting commonly understood communal obligations and values and also proved careless with past forgiveness (shattered the ties that bind) then my answer would be no. Life is seldom that cut and dried, but that’s my answer for now.