Getting It Right Can Be Hard

I could make excuses or maybe even point a finger, but That would all be wrong. Let me just report how the podcasting team helped get it right. Here’s their revised intro. Hello Tidbiters. If you are a regular listener, I know that you were expecting Gary to get things started. If this is your […]

I Can’t Control the Winds, but I Can Adjust the Sails

This episode of Audio Tidbits focuses on philosophy and perspective. Of course, it includes a good measure of Kevin’s music, with the tips and perspectives interspersed. We all have our perspective that is not quite like that of anyone else. That perspective shapes our philosophy, how we view the world and how we think it […]

Getting It Right

Getting it right isn’t easy but is one of those things that just has to be done. Getting it wrong is a lot easier but means that you never get it right. Yes, you get to choose. Get it right or get it wrong; but that doesn’t seem like much of a choice. Even so, […]

The News Makes Us Worry – The News Makes Us Happy

If you follow the “news,” – as do I – there is a lot more to worry about than to be happy about. Let’s first do our worrying. Here are ten things we might want to put on our worry list. 1. Whether or not the President, Vice President, Secretary of State, Attorney General and […]

Conscience __ Mighty Purpose __ Tunes from Kevin MacLeod

Audio Tidbits is back with some fun, including three tunes from Kevin and a couple of tips for making a difference to people who make a difference to you. Please enjoy. https://media.blubrry.com/audiotidbitspodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/audiotidbitspodcast/ConscienceMightyPurposeKevin.mp3Podcast: DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS

Bridge Burning __ Good Manners __ Tunes From Kevin MacLeod

It’s time for a change. Welcome to the new and improved Audio Tidbits. In this episode, I have included three tunes from the library of Kevin MacLeod. Listeners have asked for more from Kevin and it’s here for you. Not to be disappointed. There are also two tips that will help you Make a positive […]

93 Things to Say and Do in a Pinch

When dealing with people at work or at home, do you find yourself at a loss as to what to do or how to proceed now and then? If not, good for you, but if you are merely human like the rest of us, here’s a bulletin for you. There are always things to say, […]

Don’t Let People Take Advantage of You

For this episode of Audio Tidbits, the title is the message. The point is quick but critical to your success. Listen and learn how. https://media.blubrry.com/audiotidbitspodcast/p/garycrow.net/audio/DontLetPeopleTakeAdvantageOfYou.mp3Podcast: DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS

When Leaders Do What Leaders Have To Do

Leaders have many responsibilities, but there is one responsibility that shapes everything else. That is how they use the power and control that comes with leadership. This in turn relates to many areas of responsibility, but none is as important as decision making. In this episode of Audio Tidbits, I explore leadership and decision making. […]

Leaders Are Proactive not Reactive … Here’s How

Skilled leaders deal with many types of people and situations every day. They know that they can’t just react to those people and events. That would be letting those people and those events call the shots, determine the game. That is what skilled leaders always try to avoid. They want to call the shots, want […]

A Magic Minute 01

It’s time for a magic minute. Today’s tip shows us the key to those special relationships that we hope will last a very long time, if not forever. If you adopt the tip for yourself, good things will nearly always follow. https://media.blubrry.com/audiotidbitspodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/audiotidbitspodcast/AMagicMinute01.mp3Podcast: DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | […]

The Rock That Refuses to Move

As children, many of us were told that we could be anything we wanted to be. Although the sentiment was likely expressed with the best of intentions, we learned over time that it was not altogether true. There were things we could not do, roles we could not assume, problems we could not solve and […]