Category Archive for: ‘“Extraordinary” Stories’

  • A Refreshing Meeting!

    A few weeks ago, I got an email from a young man named Jeff, who I’d met several months before.  When we first met, I was very impressed with this guy.  Very successful, but more importantly, I could tell that he was a quality person.  …

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  • Above & Beyond

    I just love it when I see people and companies go beyond what’s expected.  I’d like to tell you about a couple of instances where I’ve seen extraordinary service lately.
    A couple of months ago, I was with my friend Matt Fagioli in Washington, DC doing …

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  • Kim vs. the Corporation

    Do you want to know how to blow people away and gain more business that you ever thought possible?  It’s not as hard as you might think.
    I know a lady named Kim.  She’s from Korea and runs (or is the face of) a dry cleaners …

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  • Frogtown Cellars

    Want to plan a fun weekend getaway in the North Georgia Mountains?  I’ve got a couple of places I’d like to suggest to you.
    Over the 4th of July weekend, Sandy and I decided to run up to Dahlonega, which is a short, 20-mile ride north …

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  • Extraordinary #1

    The word “extraordinary” is an interesting word. If you look at it’s spelling, it’s really two words put together—“extra” and “ordinary.” So it’s ordinary, with a little extra twist!
    I love to see ordinary people do extraordinary things. They take an …

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  • Being Remarkable

    Recently, I had the opportunity to read Seth Godin’s book, “Purple Cow.” In the book, Seth talks about being a purple cow—setting yourself apart from the herd—in the products you make and as an individual within your organization. The book is all about …

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