Monthly Archives: December 2012

Another Tiger With A Great Bounce(Back)

Like the beloved A. A. Milne character, Tiger Woods and more specifically his brand, has shown an incredible resiliency in bouncing back from the personal drama that unfolded just a couple of short years ago. Upon what do I base this assessment? In a recent Forbes article (Tiger Woods Delivered $6 Million More For Sponsors […]

The “Dress for Success” Myth or Why the “It Is Better To Look Good Than Feel Good” Approach Doesn’t Work!

After addressing graduating students this past week at Northwestern University in Chicago, I was approached by four young men wearing beards, asking me if they should opt for a “clean” look.  In other words, should they shave their beards? I explained that I rarely see executives in senior positions sporting facial hair.  However, if this […]

A Tale of Two Princes: Princely Profiles? (Part 3 of 3)

As I had indicated in Part 1 of this series, I have over the past 20 years had the opportunity to both meet and work with a great many people the world over. Not surprisingly, this has provided me with a broad range of personality profiles from which to establish a benchmark to identify the […]