Author Archives: Bill Donnelly

About Bill Donnelly

Experienced Turnaround Executive, Certified Business Coach and Accredited Master Mentor

Mission to the Philippines – Day 3 – The Recovery and 2 More Surgeries

To say that Gift of Life, Rotary, the Duke and PCMC medical teams and the supporting actioneers are miracle workers may be a stretch but not much! Both first day surgery patients, Arvin and Rihanna, had a restful night. While … Continue reading

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Mission to the Philippines – Day 2 – The First Surgeries

Monday morning and two surgeries are scheduled. The biggest challenge will be Arvin, the 16 year old boy whose surgery, had he been born in the USA, would have been done by the time he was 12 months old.  It … Continue reading

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Mission to the Philippines – Day 1 – The Exam and Evaluation

Sunday came early, flying and being in transit for nearly 27 hours takes a toll on anyone. Got up around midnight Sunday morning, wrote the blog I published yesterday and caught up on some other work. Went to breakfast and … Continue reading

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A Mission to the Philippines

When I told people I was going to the Philippines they automatically asked if it was for business.  I guess it appears that I travel frequently on  business (not really).  However, when I do travel I have gone to some … Continue reading

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Could You Do This?

I have a friend who is also a business coach; and I believe he is the epitome of the word “change.” As consultants and coaches we talk about change, about moving forward and about learning to lead and make decisions … Continue reading

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The 7 Laws of Social Media

There has been an enormous amount written these days about social media. I was reading a LinkedIn string from a group I belong to and saw The 7 Laws of Social Media by Colin Netting, partner at In Sync Marketing … Continue reading

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Your Mouth is Worn Out, Your Ears are New

Have you ever wondered why of all the ways we can communicate that listening, in my opinion, is the most important? Listening is one of the most difficult competencies, because it asks we take our own thoughts and hold them … Continue reading

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Why Good Companies Go Bad

What is it that makes good (and by that I mean profitable) companies, growing with a good future, go bad?  Some will point to the economy and how tough it is.  Some will cite pressures brought to bear by customers’ … Continue reading

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Gordon Ramsey – Expert or Amateur

I do not watch much TV, aside from  some sporting events.  I do, however, have a love of cooking. So watching a few cooking shows from time to time helps me be a better cook.  This is where Gordon Ramsey … Continue reading

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Is Your Warehouse a “Wherehouse?”

How an effective Inventory Management System can increase profits. Do you have a plan for an effective Inventory Management System?  Success starts with a vision, and visions are realized through effective planning. Effective plans separate the winners from the rest … Continue reading

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