You work hard in your vegetable garden and harvest an abundance of fresh produce. You fill a bag full of tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, and squash and knock on your neighbor’s door to share the bounty of your harvest. As you hand her the gift from your garden, she asks if she can pay you something. […]
There’s an old saying that contains a great deal of wisdom: When problem solving, don’t just put out the fire – find the guy with the match! Another saying admonishes us to make sure that we solve problems completely. It simply says: Hold every problem under water until it drowns! Learning Effective Problem Solving Both […]
On the most recent update of The Gary Smith Show, Gary offers a comprehensive show dealing with personal finance. One of our best shows yet!
Gary Smith was recently a guest of the Rise and Shine Radio Show hosted by Al Kim. WSDK 1550 AM radio station allowed the two radio show hosts to join forces for an on-air segment, and each broadcaster brought their best material to the table. Al Kim Talks About Achieving Unusual Greatness Gary discussed his […]
In the most recent update of the Gary Smith Show, we sit down for a great discussion with Joseph Cekauskas of JC Marketing Communications about Marketing 101 for your business.
“Know your enemy” is a famous phrase from Sun Tzu‘s sixth-century book, The Art of War. The exact quotation is: “If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles; if you do not know your enemies but do know yourself, you will win one and lose one; […]
Literally millions of people around the world have learned and benefitted from the ministry if Kay Arthur. What most people don’t know, however, is that her impactful work would not have happened without a bitter disappointment early in her career. When Kay was serving as a missionary in Mexico, she contracted a heart infection that […]
A wonderful show on “Leaving A Legacy: Passing the Torch to The Next Generation” with Sean Mulroney of Teens of America.
Most everyone I know has at one time, or currently does use, at TO-DO list to boost productivity. This list, often hastily constructed not well organized, can be a real albatross, a proverbial millstone around ones neck, if not used properly. How To Measure Productivity Janet Choi of iDoneThis cites the following TO-DO list statistics […]