Today was a glorious round of multi-tasking: exercise, personal business (apartment shopping and a product return), and thinking. Sometimes, the best work you can do in your business is to leave it alone for a few hours while your brain takes a mini-vacation. It was rainy and grey, the Phoenix equivalent of a dark and … Continue reading Seeing Your Business in a Whole New Light
Here's a common sequence in business. You have a great idea. You sell your family on it, or they just tell you 'try it and see what happens', then you sink money into it, but since you don't have a great deal of knowledge....you're in debt in a few years. Now you have 3 options: … Continue reading Web 2.0 Meets Old-Fashioned Customer Fulfillment
Like most writers and editors, I do have a dream - of publishing. Somehow, someday, just not today, because today I need to work to pay the bills. Since Writers Digest was kind enough to offer some Free Webinars (thought that would capture your attention!), here's a summary of one that I checked out today: … Continue reading Tips on Self-Publishing from Speedy Publishing
If 25-year marketing veteran Jay Baer is right, it's better to be a social media mind farmer than a short-term sales hunter. Here's the idea: YouTility: Marketing So Useful, That People Would Pay For It. Let's say you're a micro-business who's just struggling to find patches of berries and grubbing for parsnips. How can you make YouTility work … Continue reading Useful Marketing – 5 Concepts
Follow enthusiasm with a clear message. Crowds will come.