But this company has a much larger marketing department.

But this CEO is much more extroverted.

But our competition is backed by venture captial.

But this girl has richt parents.

And so on and so forth …

It’s easy to find reasons why things are so much easier for the others. And why it’s super hard to compete with them.

But it is what it is.

Instead of complaining about the things that we don’t have, it’s much better to focus on the things that we do have. The irony is that it might just be what our competition envies us for.

Free Webinar: Flip the Script

Find clarity on what success means for you and flip your inner script so you live up to it.

Read More

The two kinds of suspense

There are two types of suspense: artificial and intrinsic. Artificial suspense is what TV casting shows do to you right before an ad brake. They

Read »

Moving faster

“I’m not getting the results I’m looking for … so I need to work harder and move faster.” But do you? Because the thing is

Read »

The final hurdle

Too many great ideas, products, and projects fail at the final hurdle if the pitch doesn’t convince the decision maker. This is kind of frustrating

Read »
Dr. Michael Gerharz

Dr. Michael Gerharz


Crack the
Clarity Code!

Think, speak, and lead with clarity!
  • Start your day with a boost of clarity
  • New posts every weekday
  • Special offers
You can opt-out any time but I think you’ll really like what you get. Please see my privacy terms.