Knock Knock – Who’s There?
The knock-knock joke is perhaps the best-known format of a joke, the first one most of us have ever learned, and for the purpose of this lesson, it provides us with a brilliant example of a “call and response” exercise. Call and response is a form of interaction between speaker and listener in which all of the statements (calls) are punctuated by expressions (responses) from the listener. You may be surprised to learn that it was William Shakespeare who first penned the immortal “Knock, knock! Who’s there?” in his play Macbeth in Act 2, scene 3 written in 1611.How to Move the Needle on Your Goals
SOMETIMES WE CAN become dulled to words like goals, objectives or priorities, and something as simple as changing the language you use can make all the difference in the world. Heck, it worked for Starbucks and how they changed the entire language around a simple cup of coffee. Speaking of that, it makes no sense to me at all.Goal Setting! Goal Achievement!
Its simple for us to set goals, but do we actually pull through it? Here are some tips on how you can get those new year resolutions kicking off on full steam.How Do You Achieve Your Goals?
It is easy to feel stuck when you have not accomplished your desired goals. Achieving your goals makes you feel good about yourself and that you are on the right track in life. For this reason it is important to know how to get the assistance we need to usher us to success.Executive Effectiveness: Stop Setting Goals
Over the years, I’ve seen this scenario over and over. An executive decides they want a real boost in growth and profits, so they set a big goal for their organization.