Today we’re talking about health because if your physical or mental health suffers, so will your business. We talk eating healthy, exercise, taking a “brain break” and taking care of yourself so you can enjoy the fruits of your labors.
If you work in a service business, your cash flow problems may not be about how many customers you have or how much you charge. It could be a result of your poor billing habits.
You may be busy perfecting email subject lines and crafting engaging Facebook posts. You may even be getting leads. But are you losing customers and sacrificing loyalty because you lack good old-fashioned people skills?
Periscope is the hot new thing in video streaming, but is it right for your business? Before you jump on this – or the next trend – stop to consider the fundamentals of marketing. Think strategy, not tools. And beware confusing engagement with success.
We’re tired of reading articles that talk about “what successful people do” and hand out steps to success like candy. Today we talk about what success really means and how you may want to change your mindset and think about getting there.
It’s tempting to get caught in the echo chamber of positive reviews and praise from fans but sometimes we need to pay attention to negative feedback because that’s they only way we’ll learn to improve. Here’s the good, bad and ugly of reviews.
In light of recent events in the US – a racially motivated shooting and the passage of marriage equality – we decide to take on the sticky subject of sticky subjects and what to do about the inevitable backlash that follows on social media.
Have a good idea for a new business venture, product or service? There’s plenty to think about, from incorporating to shareholder agreements, equity distribution and more. Today we talk about the basics of starting a business and some pitfalls.
Today we talk critique (in a way that helps you improve your business and marketing) and criticism (in a way that only makes you feel bad but isn’t actionable or useful.) Plus some miscellaneous stuff about products, efficiency and napping.
Today we talk some serious GTD (Getting Things Done). It’s a system taught by David Allen and it’s worked wonders for us. We share the 5 steps (collect, clarify, organize, reflect, engage), some of our trip-ups and share what we’ve learned.