“What Should I Do?” – Content Sharing

I’ve been blogging from time to time about a MindMeister map that outlines various social marketing activities you can do to promote your business. I’ve talked about advertising and about blog commenting. Today, I’m going to talk about content sharing sites. You can see that the map creator has divided the category of “content sharing” […]

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Productivity Starts with the Right Pieces in Place

There are a lot of opportunities to do a project really productively. If it’s a complex project, you can break it down into smaller parts. You can apply various project management techniques to get the project done. You can outsource or multitask or automate and get even more done in the same space of time. […]

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22.5 Minutes is all You Really Need to Make a Big Difference

Paul Lemberg and I share a similar goal in the work that we each do. Ultimately, both of us strive to help business owners use productivity to increase business success. Paul has developed something called the Formula 5 system in which he lists 5 aspects of a business that can be altered to grow the […]

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I’ve Joined a Cult!

Posted by on February 24, 2010 in: Project Management

Okay, usually when you hear that, it’s not a good thing. One of the first things you think when someone says that is: “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid”. The second thing you think is “How do I get out of this conversation as quickly as possible before the person asks ME to join the cult, too?” […]

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One Month In…

In a couple of days, my calendar is going to ping me with a reminder. It’s going to say “One month in – how’s it going, Heather?” This reminder is for me to review the new business strategies I intended to integrate into my business this year. Each year, I list out a bunch of […]

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When Things Heat Up

Today, like most days, I… … got up, … did some work, … started to slump a bit, … ate lunch, … did more work … started to slump a bit, … stepped away from my desk and perked up, … did more work, … started to slump a bit, … stopped working to get […]

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The Metrics of Social Media

A friend of mine is a freelancer and he is a self-confessed tyrant of metrics. He analyzes the proposals he sends out and monitors how many people call him as a result. He analyzes every action in his sales process and has goals and can tell me at the end of the day how close […]

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