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GREG'S RIGHT FIT NEWSLETTER

Quick notes to help you get more done in less time. . . next week. 

In this issue:

- Techniques for FIT
- Being Human
- Random Stuff
- "Amalgamate: Summer 2016" ebook
 

Techniques for FIT

  • Humans are great at being human. Watch thousands of people leaving an event. We rarely trip. 
  • Robots say, "what do you want me to do?" Humans have a point of view. 
  • You want your job to be hard because at soon as it can be boiled down to bullet points and sequenced events, it's worth less. 
  • What's the quickest way to FIT? Trick question, there is no quick way. It's a process. 

Being Human - It's simple, but not easy

New business initiatives frequently sit on the shelf.

Why is that?

It’s because the tendency is to make everything more complex than it needs to be.

The world is complex, but in order for us to be effective we need to simplify. We need to make new business initiatives simple, make them human.

Otherwise we won’t get it done.  

Random Stuff

What do you do all day?

This next year I am going to do more video blog posts. That involves getting a camera and since my daughter is artistic, it will be good to get a DSLR so she can do art things while I use it for boring commerce. 

It arrives and the thing is impossibly complex. But I know that going in and I'm determined to experiment and discover how to get the most from it. During the day, there isn't much for me to photograph, so I start taking pictures of Wilson, the border collie mix. It turns out the camera has a "burst" mode. As long as you hold the button down, the camera keeps firing. Hundreds and hundreds of nearly identical pictures of the dog. 

Satisfied that I have the new toy mastered, I set the camera down. 

It's now a week later and my daughter grabs the camera and I can see her eyebrows working as she messes with the settings and looking at the pictures in the viewer.

"Dad?" she says.

"Yes," I say.

"What, exactly, do you do all day?" 

Amalgamate: Summer 2016

The new Amalgamate is here! The new Amalgamate is here!

It's true. I finally finished the publishing process on my latest Amalgamate booklet

12 more ideas for your business that you can put to use today. 

Image of Amalgamate

This issue has ideas on Decision Making, Managing Your People, and Persuasion

The Kindle version is free through next Wednesday at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HFBT3GS

And if you're on the regular mailing list, you should see your physical copy in the next few weeks. 

It's a quick read. Share it with your staff. 

Good stuff. 

Upcoming Offerings

Any day now, Booklet Release  — Amalgamate: Summer 2016 (printed books mailed in early June - this time I'm making videos too)
Momentum Program Get on the list — worldwide
July 14, Teleseminar: "Tips to get the most from your marketing vendors"
September 16, Think Tank Breakfast — Topic TBA
Very late 2016, Human's Guide Book Release  — (shopping the proposal)

Bring me in to speak: Greg's Keynotes/Workshops/Seminars

Teleseminars — Access "Predictable Growth in Unpredictable Times" by clicking here
Access "Using Fit to Sell More to Existing Customers: A Case Study" — by clicking here
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