June 07, 2023


I help run a pickleball club in my community. When something goes wrong, people call me. They yell.

There are times when yelling makes a difference. If you reserve your yelling for truly important issues, somebody will take notice that you are yelling, realize the matter is truly important, and do something.

When you yell about ALL issues, you are just a yeller. Not a good look.

And in 2023, when businesses are struggling with the logical and predictable issues associated with the buildup and crash of the COVID-bump, yelling is not a good look. Yelling doesn't solve a problem. It's time to do the opposite ... instead of yelling ... do something, be creative. Or trust your employees to be creative.

Just because your favorite cable news anchor yells at people doesn't mean you should be yelling at people. 

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