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Joshua M. Evans

Founder & CEO at EnthusiasticYou!

Joshua M. Evans is the author of the #1 best selling book, Enthusiastic You! He founded the company Enthusiastic You! to help hospitality organizations and professionals become passionate and energetic in the way in which they engage their guests.

Articles by Joshua M. Evans (44)

Sometimes You Have to Fire Your Clients!

Not all people were meant to work together. At some time or another, we have all had a business relationship where we question how much value we can actually provide a specific client. You will always have those 'Problem Children' among your book of business, the types of clients ...

Enthusiasm Equates to Success

Henry Ford was one of the great visionaries and innovators of his time. His drive to succeed and child like passion drove Ford Motor Company and the entire automotive industry into a new era. His Furious enthusiasm took hand-built vehicles on to the assembly line and can be ...

Quit Being Negative!

Point 1: Positive Attitudes Always Stand Out!In today's world, negativity runs rampant. People often tout themselves as being realistic or just 'looking at the facts' when they are actually choosing a negative mentality.We all know the types of people that see the worst case ...

The Age Of Mediocrity

You are holding yourself back.No one is to blame for your place in this world except for you. Being accountable to our actions (or inaction) is the first step towards becoming a useful and valuable member of society.Today people want everything handed to them on a golden platter ...

No One Buys Anything Based On Facts

Think of the last thing you purchased. Was a television, car, computer, or even a book? No matter your answer, youpurchased based on emotion and so do your clients."No, I did research, we needed that item." you might be saying. In some cases that may be partially correct, however, ...

Never Hire Based on Qualifications!

Too often people spend countless hours writing a list of qualifications for a position with a dream candidate in mind. While it is understandable that we all want the best people for our companies it is too easy to lose sight of the true objectives. We do not necessarily want ...