Saturday, August 25, 2007

H. William Dettmer and Logical Thinking Process

Received this email from Amazon dot com

I consider myself privileged to have received an advance copy of the book. Disclaimer: I make no revenue from the sale of this book. However, Dettmer is a client and a partner on several business adventures, including my Jonah3+3™ course offering.

And the Boyd Speakers Bureau.

The Logical Thinking Process: A Systems Approach to Complex Problem Solving is a book based on the evolution of the tools surrounding the proper application of cause and effect logic. I would suggest that my numerous Jonah3+3™ sessions (all taught by Dettmer) and the interaction with my clients during those sessions, helped make this book better.

If you are in business, or considering the leap into self-employment, buy my book first: Purple Curve Effect. Then buy this book next. My light-hearted, fast paced prose will provide encouragement. Then Dettmer delivers the "how to" in great detail.


Jeff 'SKI' Kinsey, Jonah

tag: H. William Dettmer

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Squeaky Wheel :: Take Two

I shared this tenet from Purple Curve Effect

Used it yesterday to get my $39.99 back from t-mobile... as their WiFi Hot Spots at the Starbucks in the Hilton Head Island/Bluffton area were acting flaky. After several attempts to get a refund over several days, I took a new approach.

I called when the service was once again dropping connections. I told support, as t-mobile had decided to waste my time, by not granting a refund so that I could switch to a local provider, that I would continue to call all weekend long (free wireless minutes) and report the trouble, and waste t-mobile's support talents (or lack thereof!) like they were wasting mine.

If I could not get any work done, why should they?

Well, after about an hour, they remotely reset the connection at Starbucks. And it failed to come back up! Guess what, maybe there was something wrong.

Refund granted.

Need results? Buy Purple Curve Effect.

Then read it!


P.S. It did take some extra calls, and a complaint to the BBB. But t-mobile did finally refund my money. But they took their sweet time about it. Guess they really do not understand customer service. --August 23, 2007

Jeff 'SKI' Kinsey, Jonah

tag: proven results

Friday, August 03, 2007

New Blackberry Theme

Interesting hit on my google alert...


Thursday, August 02, 2007

Double your Sales

Quadruple your Profits

There are no guarantees in life. None. However, what if something worked just 10% of the time? What if "it" worked just 20% of the time? 30%?

Dr Lisa of the Science of Business is producing results that quite frankly you cannot comprehend, and therefore, would be unable to believe. Does that make them any less profound? Or less than true? Or invalid?


If I were in business (and I am!), I would sign up today...

Jeff 'SKI' Kinsey, Jonah

P.S. If you have not worked out the P&Q Example, please ignore this message.