Secret to getting unstuck

My office is across the street from one of the best and biggest elementary schools in Tallahassee. It’s particularly convenient for the young moms working here to have their children in school across the street. For the rest of us, it’s a total pain. Each day for about 30 minutes in the morning and 30 minutes in the afternoon, there … Continued

The only real shortcut

Your teachings have made a huge difference for me these past two years and I’m expecting some big gains this next year due to modeling my business after your pyramid. I’ll look forward to sharing the details with you sometime in near future. You don’t shortcut the shortcut. Hear people telling me they want to launch continuity programs or have … Continued

Dealing with “overwhelm”

While my alarm is set for 5 a.m. each morning, I often wake by 4 a.m. Those are the trickiest mornings. As I lie there, trying to get back to sleep, I can make all kinds of side deals with myself. I’ll think, “I’ve been lying here 15 minutes, and now I’ve only got 45 minutes until it’s time to … Continued

“Great content” isn’t enough

This has the power to transform everything you do in 2014. Imagine a magic wand that can make all the work you currently do more effective at generating customers and profit. This wasn’t as important years ago when the economy was good. Today, there are far more distractions, and consumers are a lot more discerning about where to spend their … Continued

What Your Customers Really Want

Here are the two possible ways your marketing message will be greeted by your customer: Disengagement; examples are cynicism, not for me, overload, annoying, sameness Engagement; examples are connection, inspiration, reinforces what I believe, trust and credibility, makes me smarter The examples above are a few of the thousands articulated by consumers in a recent Northwestern University Media Management Center … Continued