Dave Jenks: Futurist on a Free Enterprise Mission

Apologies don’t work . . .

. . . accountability does.  Apologies are weak; accountability is strong.  Apologies are depressing; accountability is uplifting.  Apologies usually feel insincere; accountability feels honest and trustworthy. “We’re sorry for the delay.” “We’re sorry to keep you waiting, your call … [Read more...]

Do Your Best

I was preparing for two very important presentations this week.  Each one could lead to a great business opportunity for our Free Enterprise Warriors team.  I was anxious about them.  In my life, as an aspiring person, I have often had a bad case of “preparation anxiety.”  I want so badly to … [Read more...]

The Master Motivator

For most of my adult life I have been fascinated by the idea of motivation.  In fact, my doctoral work in educational psychology, at the University of Albany in New York, was focused on “learning and motivation.”  I wanted to know what made people want to do things and how did they learn to do … [Read more...]

The War of Enterprise

We call ourselves “free enterprise warriors” for a very powerful reason.  Not because we are mercenaries or soldiers whose goal is to harm others.  Or, that we seek to gain from others losses or at their expense.  We are warriors in the classic sense of being guardians and protectors – we … [Read more...]

Who Moved My Market?

No one needs to tell real estate agents that the market has changed.  Everyone is scrambling to find the cheese.  But, it's not just hiding in a new part of the market maze.  The maze has changed.  And, it may never be the same again. New knowledge is required in this market - short sales, … [Read more...]