Erin Casey

Erin Casey

Women of Influence

By Erin Casey | March 8, 2017

Shattering stereotypes and raising the bar, these women helped shape America’s future.

25 Books for Success

25 Books for Success

By Erin Casey | December 18, 2015

These are 25 books about success that we’ve read, liked and that made a difference in our lives.

25 Books for Success, the Rest of the List

25 Books for Success, the Rest of the List

By Erin Casey | December 18, 2015

Reading about and applying techniques and success strategies are the best ways to discover and stay focused on your life’s journey.

Why You Should Start Your Own Business Today

By Erin Casey | November 10, 2012

John was 53 when the bad news hit: His department was being moved offshore. Since joining the company eight years earlier, he had worked his way up to a solid position in middle management with a decent salary and great benefits. Now, he was out of a job.

Having spent his entire adult life in corporate positions, he knew he could go job hunting. But this was the fifth time he’d had a “secure” position shot out from under him, whether through downsizing, restructuring or other reorganization. With a wife and two teenagers to clothe and feed, he was no longer willing to trust his future to this game of corporate roulette. It was time to go into business for himself.

1-on-1: Unconventional Success

By Erin Casey | August 8, 2011

Wayne Rogers first made a name for himself as Trapper John McIntyre on M*A*S*H

More 1-on-1: Wayne Rogers

By Erin Casey | August 8, 2011

Wayne Rogers first made a name for himself as Trapper John McIntyre on M*A*S*H in the early 197

On the Bookshelf: Real Relationships

By Erin Casey | July 7, 2011

In an über-connected world, it’s easy to forget that your friends, fans and

Stand Out from the Crowd

By Erin Casey | July 1, 2011

In an overcrowded, hypercompetitive world, the only way to make an impression on your prospect is to break through the noise. “The formula of telling everybody how great you are with your state-of-the-art solutions, commitment to customer service, and best prices in town just won’t cut it,” says marketing expert Lauron Sonnier, author of Think…

The Upside of No

By Erin Casey | June 27, 2011

Saying “yes” feels nice—but not if eve

More 1-on-1: Patrick Lencioni

By Erin Casey | June 27, 2011

Business organization is Patrick Lencioni’s game. He is a well-respected leadership consu