Coming from from two great days in Singapore. I just completed some LinkedIn sales training for the third team of sales leaders, it was the best season yet. We had a group of about 20 from the APAC area. This group was great because they were at high level financially … Read More
I’m on my way back home from Tucson Arizona after a keynote session with Sundt Construction based in Tempe Arizona. This billion-dollar construction company had an annual leadership meeting and I was asked to do a finance keynote. I was lucky enough to be in Tempe during a cold spell, … Read More
Financial Intelligence: A Manager’s Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean was once again selected as one of The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, now in their Third Edition. The 100 Best are “the ones that deliver the biggest payoff for today’s busy readers.” “Since its release … Read More
This week I slipped in a quick trip to New York for some training at LinkedIn. This was the second version of a new program we are working with LinkedIn training their sales group. Yes, that’s right finance and sales training. Not your typical match. Over the years BLI has … Read More
After returning from the crazy EA Europe trip I flew to Hollywood for a session with an attorney group at NBCUniversal. That’s right even attorneys need to learn finance. I did this session right on the studio lot. The training facility was unavailable so I did my session right in … Read More
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