The Person to See makes the commitment to read several books a year, which will make him/her a better person as well as a better professional. The average college graduate reads .7 books per year. (No, this is not a typo!)
The Person to See does not wait until catastrophe strikes (e.g. earthquakes, fires, floods, etc.) to spring into action. Especially if he/she has a family.
Class is a hallmark of The Person to See. And class is respecting the feelings of others, especially those who may not be as financially successful as you or who are lower on the decision-making chain.
I wish I could claim this quote for my own, but I can’t. Sales Training guru Brain Tracy said it. But it is so true, especially when it comes to personal branding.
Living beyond one's means is often a by-product of insecurity.
Went to the New York Football Giants Training Camp with my boys while on vacation. Amazing Day! The highlight for the boys was the autograph session. For me too. Two reasons: (1) The joy a parent experiences seeing their children at their happiest and (2) Seeing superstars who get it.
I have been reading with (quite frankly) disgust the whining’s of former Speaker of the House John Boehner and former presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. Their sour grapes are nauseating.
One is beloved by fans and players alike while the other is reviled.
The Person to See doesn't need material possessions to validate his/her importance. He/she never confuses self-worth with net worth.
Timothy O'Brien explains what makes a brand successful.