Clerks vs. Consultants

When it comes to developing business there are only two types of professionals: Clerks and Consultants When there is an abundance of demand in the marketplace, both appear to have the same level [...]

The Gift of Zero Doubts

166.3 million people are out looking for ways to show their love in the form of rapid retail. Shelves full of doodads and deals… Newsfeeds overflowing with ads… Amazon buying guides… All [...]

Walk Like You Know Where You’re Going

20,000 fans, hanging on every word. 29 straight hits without missing a beat. Thunderous applause for this absolute legendary band. Encore. Lights out. Time for everyone to go home. But one [...]

1,196,554 Reasons

No matter how you voted, you’re not on a winning team. Your investments are down. Sales are slow. School and church and healthcare are all out of whack. People are rude. Everything is more [...]

The Higher You Go, the Steeper the Climb

The higher you go, the steeper the climb. The average American “peaks” in their career at 45 years old, despite the fact that they have decades more to contribute. Why? Statistically, you are [...]

Moss Balls and Truth Bombs

“Nobody wants to work anymore.” If those words haven’t come out of your mouth this week, I’ll bet you have at least heard them said. It’s true— the workplace isn’t what it used to be. And to [...]

Rejection is Your Insight

Rejection is Your Insight  You had the best of intentions and still ended up with haters. You got fired, dumped, abandoned by people you were only trying your best for. Your idea got picked [...]

$100,000 Lesson from a Dropout

People often label me as the “anti-college” guy. It’s true, I didn’t stay there long because I didn’t see how it would help me to get where I personally wanted to go. But I’m going to tell you [...]

Letter to Distracted Husbands

She is the one who has never left your side. She is the one who has carried your burdens on her back just as if they were hers. She makes time for your problems, even when you can’t for hers. [...]

Things That Work. Things That Don’t.

You are an expert of immeasurable ability. How do I know? According to my analytics, the average reader of Frankly Friday is 43 years old. That’s 15,965 days. At least 258,000 individual thoughts [...]