Food for Thought Leaders

Redefine Your Reputation with a “Savvy Sacrifice”

How Thought Leaders Use This Bold, Counterintuitive Move to Reset Expectations and Reshape Their Field by Pete Weissman, Founder, Thought Leader Communications I’m excited to share this guest post by Dana Rubin of rubin&co and VizibilityLab. Dana is the founder of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.  She attended a half-day program on Thought Leadership that […]

Two Myths about Thought Leadership for Executives

From the “How to Become a Thought Leader Series” by Pete Weissman, Founder, Thought Leader Communications Myth #1: A big idea is enough to make you a thought leader. Congratulations. You’ve got a transformative idea. It’s new. It’s bold. It will disrupt your industry and usher in a new future – with you and your […]

Trouble at Halftime: Leaders, Don’t Make This One Presentation Mistake

A funny Onion Article Shows That Inspiration Isn’t on the Printed Page by Pete Weissman, Founder, Thought Leader Communications The Onion strikes again! Those brilliant writers cracked me up with this article:   “Jim Caldwell Provides Lions Players With Printouts Of Inspiring Halftime Speech” But they hit on a larger truth that I see working […]