One of the lines in Clutch that has gotten a bit of a chuckle from readers comes at Roger Clemens’ expense. I interviewed him in 2004 and walked away thinking: you can either have blond highlights in your hair or you can be an arrogant jerk, but you shouldn’t be allowed to have highlights and […]
I had an early but great morning talking to John Muller on the WPIX 11 Morning Show today. Watch it here. And, under pressure, I even managed to smile a couple of times.
I shed my American League allegiances on Saturday for a great chat with Marty Lurie, on the San Francisco Giants pre-game show. While we naturally talked about baseball – and why Aubrey Huff is having a great year under pressure – Marty also broadened the conversation to how people can learn to be clutch in […]
In the 37 Labor Day weekends I’ve celebrated, this one is easily off to the best start. Today The New York Times ran an excerpt of my book Clutch, with the fantastic headline: The Art of Thinking Clearly Under Great Pressure. The book is out – and a great read for the last beach weekend […]
Dan Schawbel interviewed me today about Clutch for his Personal Branding blog. The questions were great – read it here – but the photos that went with his interview were fantastic. I particularly like the ones of Jamie Dimon with his fists up and David Boies looking like the person he was talking to is […]
I don’t like to kick someone when he’s down and out, but never have I seen a chief executive who repeatedly cannot accept responsibility for what his actions wrought. In the case of Lehman Brothers, Dick Fuld oversaw the firm for 14 years before it collapsed. But instead of admitting that he may have made […]