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Making a big business (or life) decision? Here are a few questions you might want to ponder first: Is it permissible? Before taking a leap into something new, you might want to consider whether you’re breaking the law – federal, state or local. Is it possible? Consider whether you’re capable of doing it. Do you […]
You’re approaching the end of the first month of 2015. How are you doing so far? What are you measuring this month to give you insight on your business and how you are doing? You’re not looking at anything yet? What are you waiting for? You started 2015 with a bang, and you’ve been working […]
I get a lot of questions on topics like whether or not to use social media, which marketing strategies are best for companies and how to choose store locations. Those questions always make me grin, because they assume that I know their customers better than they do. Here are a few simple questions you can ask that will […]
Differentiate yourself. Stand out. If you’re not first to market, you have to give people a reason to choose you, to switch to you. What makes my company different? We build capacity, not dependency. We provide customization, not cookie cutters. We assist with execution, not just ideas. We focus on practice, not just theory. We deliver […]
It used to be that networking and business development took a long time and was a labor. It seemed as though you’d have to align the stars with Jupiter to get a face-to-face with a potential client or meet someone in the city that would expand your business network. Because of that, I hated it […]
If you’re like me, when you see the engine light go on telling you it’s time for a tune up for your car, you roll your eyes and ignore it. That doesn’t mean you let it go. In fact, you don’t. It keeps nagging at you – “It’s time to take the care in for a tune up!” […]