Tweets in 10 – “I Don’t have the Twime to Tweet Twegularly”

Posted by on February 15, 2011 in: Twitter Tips & Tools

Twitter is a powerful tool that allows users to connect with each other and to engage an audience. However, it’s not always possible to tweet. We lead busy lives and we can only tweet so much. Presumably, you’re reading this post for exactly this reason – you wanted to be a proficient Twitter user but […]

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Understanding Membership Programs in 10 Minutes – Part 3

Welcome to the third and final article of the membership program series. With these Tips In Ten article, I’ve wanted to take ten minutes each week to share with you some helpful insight into building membership programs. Membership programs can have a powerful impact on your business because they will save you time while helping […]

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Understanding Membership Programs in 10 Minutes – Part 2

This is part 2 of a series I’m writing about membership programs. In the previous article of Tips In Ten, I talked about membership programs as a way to grow your revenue while decreasing the amount of time you worked. In other words, membership programs are about switching from an hourly model of working to […]

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Building and Maintaining a Compelling Website in Just 10 Minutes a Day

I’ve found that websites can be a huge black hole of time, where a full day of work can get sucked into oblivion simply because you’re trying to build or maintain your company’s website. You might have some of your web presence covered but you might not have all of it covered and this Tips […]

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9 Tips for More Effective Multitasking

For busy professionals, multitasking is a must-have skill that allows you to shoehorn more productivity into an already packed schedule. It’s an often-maligned skill, too, because of the frequently quoted problem that multitasking results in poorer quality work. But I disagree. Like other skills, I believe that multitasking is something you can develop and improve […]

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10 Promises for 2010

Posted by on December 31, 2009 in: Business - Plain & Simple

With only hours to go before 2010, your planning is probably finished. Your strategizing is tucked away. Your dreams are sitting on your desk, waiting for you to show up on Monday morning. You’ve done everything you can do this year and now it’s coming to close. And the champagne is flowing generously. 🙂

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The Advantage of Virtual

Patrick Lencioni is wrong. Oh, he seems like a nice enough guy, and his books (Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, or Death by Meeting are decent enough books), but in a recent article with Forbes he seemed to take a stand against virtual teams. In the article “When you Absolutely Can’t Meet Face […]

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