Having just released my 50th podcast, I’m experiencing a mix of pride, mild disappointment and a dash of hope. It’s a terrific accomplishment, but like a lot of training initiatives, I can’t really pin down an actual return on investment. I know there are a whole slew of intangible outcomes and benefits, but if this where a business, that wouldn’t fly. When I started TBF nearly three years ago I had a bunch of stuff written on paper mostly wild ideas and hopes. Not dissimilar like plans you make to start a business together when drinking with a buddy.
This year I decided to treat TBF like an experiment where I was an unknowing participant. My approach for the rest of 2015 will be some (more) trial and error, but Continue reading