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Jimmie Flores's Articles in Advice

  • Tips to Becoming an Excellent Conversationalist
    While attending a church event, I noticed two men carrying a conversation. After a minute or so, I was intrigued with how well the young man (Ryan), roughly 28-years-old, managed the discussion with an elderly man (Don) who appeared to be in his 70’s.
  • He Stole My Laptop – Now He’s in Jail
    About a year ago, I was making my way through TSA security at San Antonio International Airport heading to Houston on a 5:30 a.m. flight. Going through security changed significantly after 9/11, and we are now required to remove our laptop from our bag and place it in a separate bin.
  • “I’m 70 And I’m Quitting”
    I had a terrific discussion with a successful businesswoman a few weeks ago, and I wanted to share it with you. Her name is Beth, and she rose to an executive position at a major corporate training organization. I’ve known Beth for more than a decade, and there is no doubt that she is a superstar employee. She is a natural leader.
  • The “Millionaire” Who Warned Against Visiting Italy and Greece
    I attended a New Year’s party in Austin and had the opportunity to meet some new people. There were a few family members in attendance, but most everyone else was a stranger.
  • Her Car Was on Fire and She Didn’t Know It
    On a Tuesday afternoon, I was making my way from one meeting to the next. The San Antonio weather was nice on this particular day, and the warm sunshine made it even better. The quickest way for my 2 p.m. meeting was taking Interstate-35, which runs North-and-South through the Alamo City.
  • The Yawner Who Forgot My Name
    I was invited to a planning meeting as a subject matter expert (SME). For this particular session, there were only three meeting attendees. I arrived about five minutes early, and proceeded to the assigned conference room. Mike, the meeting coordinator, arrived shortly thereafter. The other SME was running late, which gave Mike and I a chance to ch
  • When You Must Say “Yes” to More Work
    As a business owner, it is tough to turn down work. We know that new contracts are the lifeblood of our business. While current clients are an excellent source of revenue, we must avoid standing still. We cannot expect 100% loyalty, especially in a price-conscious marketplace.
  • The Meeting Attendee Who Stop Participating After the Food Arrived
    This past week, I was asked to participate in a lunch meeting sponsored by an organization looking for ideas to embrace emerging technologies. We were contacted via email regarding the meeting, and the coordinator provided a list of lunch options, which included sandwiches and salads.

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