A new season of television is upon us and with it, one of my favorite shows – "The Biggest Loser." I'm always moved and motivated by how Bob and Jillian help each season's contestants shed pounds, sculpt their bodies and lead healthier lifestyles. But what I love even more is watching how the show's contestants discover and then reveal their true selves as they slough off the fat and health problems that junk food, lethargy and self-doubt have layered on.
GUEST BLOGGER: Jonathan R. Fitzgarrald, Director of Marketing - Greenberg Glusker
Five tips for turning introductions into opportunities
It is 7:45 a.m. Cup of coffee in hand, you find a seat and wait for the networking meeting to begin—you are visiting for the first time. The group leader welcomes everyone and says, “With so many new faces today, I thought it would be a good idea to go around the table and have everyone take a few moments to introduce themselves and what they do.”
Would you build a white picket fence around your beautiful new home without knowing the dimensions? Let me answer the question for you – “most likely, no”. You would never cut corners building a home. Having a sound structure that is functional and keeps your family safe is essential, right?