Conversation at Caffe Nero Originally uploaded by ktylerconk I am so excited to be alive at this time of the world. It is a time of immense change and opportunity. One of the main drivers of that is social media. Social media like Facebook, Twitter, Link’d in, texting and Skype make it easy to have […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Conversations in the Social Media Age
Writing is not my forte, so I will point you to some great writing resources. http://www.wikihow.com/Write has a comprehensive list of the steps to writing well. I look at the list and think really? All that? But I also know that writing takes effort and great writing takes even more effort, so really. All that. […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
I am not a good writer. I can usually convey what I am trying to, but I get caught in grammar circles and my prose is clumsy. Writing is an essential skill these days so I am trying to learn to do it better. I won’t even try to tell you how or what to […]Continue Reading... 8 Comments.
The tribes of Chakeshan in traditional attires attending the 25th Republic Day Silver Jubilee of the NSCN (IM) GPRN at Hebron Nangaland on march 22. Originally uploaded by rajkumar1220 This is a longer post to, hopefully, make up for not posting more this week. I’ll keep trying to post 5 days a week. What is […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Building Tribes
No Mind 2010-100 Originally uploaded by Ängsbacka Seth Godin said Bonhomie is underrated. I’ll take it one step further and say Bonhomie is essential. It’s what’s missing when Small Business Owners keep plugging away on their own. Many people go to a coffee shop to work, just to be around others. Other people isn’t what’s […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Bonhomie
I love this article by Steven Pressfield, author of the War of Art. He writes that panic is a natural state and that it precedes the shipping of your best art. He says, New Year’s is a big time for panic. Self-expectations of what’s ahead, self-recriminations for what’s behind. If you feel a twinge of […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I could talk about fulfilling your clients obvious needs by providing the products or services you offer. I could talk about going a little deeper and talk about how you can make your client’s life easier and help them fulfill the needs of people in their lives. That’s what I thought I was going to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on How Can You Help Your Customers?
Bluish splash Originally uploaded by dr_relling What do your customers need? Taking it one step further – how can you help them serve whom they serve? How can you help them do what they need to do? What is their pain? Some marketers talk about their customers’ pain. What causes your customers pain? What bugs […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on What Do Your Customers Need?
Think about your favourite customers. Close your eyes and bring those people to mind. You probably have a smile on your face. Isn’t that how you want to spend your day? Working with people who need exactly what you offer and who appreciate what you give them. People who fit your personality. Your best […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Who are your Favourite Customers?
Sunrise Originally uploaded by Fr Antunes How do you get yourself going in the morning? Do you have morning rituals to set the tone for a great day? When do you get up? What is your breakfast of champions? Many of the gurus suggest an early rising routine complete with healthy acts for mind and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Starting Your Day