Rudolph Giuliani, in his new book “Leadership”, talks about Ted Olson’s argument before the U.S. Supreme Court as he represented George Bush in the Florida voting fiasco. To win the necessary 5 votes he had to prepare a few arguments addressing different personal beliefs. One argument may have been strong enough to win 3 votes, … Continue reading Without Preparation, Your Will to Win Is Not Good
Jay D. Silver- CPA Mahoney Cohen & Company CPA, P.C. www.mahoneycohen.com According to Jay Silver, Audit Partner of Mahoney Cohen ,“ In today’s environment, reviews and certifications of financial statements is a commodity business. To excel as an accounting firm today, the firm must provide services that are proactive in assisting clients with overall business … Continue reading Jay D. Silver
Ever faced a situation where things seemed to start going wrong right from the very beginning? This often happens not so much by what the world has thrown at us, but rather by how we react to the situation to begin with. Imagine you are getting ready to go on a big sales call where … Continue reading Fear vs. Opportunity Mindset
Nick ( the son) in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding “Don’t let the past dictate who you are. Let the past be part of who you become”. Translation: Your future should be based on what you want it to be, not what it has been. Our past actions are only good enough to … Continue reading Nick ( the son) in the movie…
A man and a woman are walking down the street and see a for sale sign on a six story apartment building in a less than desirable part of town. The man comments on how foolish anyone must be to spend their hard earned money on a building in such disrepair in a bad part … Continue reading What’s Your Decision?