By accepting things as they are and not making fruitless comparisons to the situations of others, or some imagined ideal, one engages the power of the Creative.
After the “Stadium Pitch.” Last week’s Monday Advantage discussed the personal benefit statement. People naturally want to put together a dynamic presentation that motivates others. Think about your business process in three steps. Envision it [...]
High-Performing Teams have the following: A mission, a clear definition of their customers, well defined goals, and other qualities. Click to read more.
The Stadium Pitch. When people ask you what you do, it’s not about your title. Your answers tell a lot about who you are and what you do. When you write your elevator speech, do [...]
People don’t come to your website to be sold to. 70 percent of buying is being done on the worldwide web on an average. However, they are coming to your website to get information and [...]
The Entrepreneurial Pain Threshold™ Where’s your Threshold for Pain? Stage 4: The Commoditization Trap Without support, you’re so reactive and confused that you can’t put assets in place to justify your [...]
Soul Service. Being paid for what your soul is geared to do. Soul service is reaching into the depths of meaning and a sense of purpose. E = DM: Energy = What makes a difference [...]
20/60/20 Rule. 20 percent of your clients bring 80 percent of the money. The lower 20 percent come with 80 percent of the annoyances. The final group is the 60 percent. Call the upper 20 [...]
[display_podcast] Being money minded in your business. You understand how it works. Expenses are in front of you – rent, payroll, material, and supplies. You also have a specific amount of money. When you have [...]
[display_podcast] Traditions Always Intercept. Without something more compelling, the past will take over. Your programming will dissuade what you’re doing. We’re conditioned as consumers. Time becomes a vacuum that can be taken up by non-essentials. [...]