Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 6/11/10

Posted by on June 11, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

Through The Eyes of an 8 Year Old – Johnathan is such a great guy – he always talks about his walks with his daughter and the fun they have together. I loved this post – he handed over his fancy camera to his daughter and let her capture all things she loved. He posted […]

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The 7 Things Coaches MUST Do In Their Business Today

I work with a lot of coaches and I see a lot of the same missed opportunities and mistakes over and over. If you are a coach, consultant, or advisor, you’ll want to implement these tips right away. 1. Set up an online scheduling system to help automate the scheduling process. Even something as simple […]

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The End is Near (But it’s No Big Deal)

As business owners, we optimistically show up to work, sit down at our desk, and expect everything to go well. Every single day. Most of the time it goes okay but every once in a while something goes wrong. There could be any number of reasons but that’s the way it goes: Life deals us […]

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Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 6/4/10

Posted by on June 4, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

You Can Learn A Lot From Your Customers – Do you sell a product or services to your customers? Have you ever made the time to reach out to them individually by way of a phone-survey, or email survey, or heck even an old fashioned snail mailed survey? Michael Fleischner reminds us of the importance […]

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“What Should I Do?” – Social Communities

From time to time I’ve been posting a series called “What Should I Do?” about a particular aspect of social media marketing based on the Social Media Framework mindmap in MindMeister. The social communities topic in the Social Media Framework mindmap seems somewhat empty, especially if you compare it to the immense pile of social […]

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How to Take Your Business to the Next Level

There is an invisible set of stairs that entrepreneurs perceive in the life of their business and every business owner has the desire to move their business up these stairs toward some (possibly unknown or unstated) level of success. They know that each level requires new efforts and techniques and ideas and comes with its […]

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