Over the years, you meet people that you realize share the same values, tastes, and preferences that you do. You keep in touch, run into them every once in a while, and then, one day, you become friends. That’s the best kind of networking. It doesn’t always work like that, though. Sometimes, you need to
In my journey to create three multiple 6-figure businesses, I’ve uncovered a lot of tricks to doing smart business. I believe it’s my responsibility to share what I’ve learned with other entrepreneurs – there’s room for us all at the top! Check out my media mentions!
Content marketing. You’ve probably heard of it. It’s simply the creation of valuable content in order to attract a target audience. Easy, right? Sometimes, though, we can get caught in a rut and do things for the sake of doing things. This can result in wasted time and effort; time and effort you could be
Personal branding cannot be underestimated. It can be as an important part of your business as any other; the proper dedication to it can yield surprising results. However, sometimes you just want to take your personal brand in a new direction, or maybe you just want to add on to what you already have. Whatever
Here we go. You’ve been dithering about it for months, one moment absolutely convinced that it’s what your company needs and the next wondering if you’ve lost you mind. Finally you make up your mind… it’s time to rebrand. Rebranding is no easy task. It can take up to months to implement and often ends
Usually, when we think of a business owner we think of an extrovert. Loud, outgoing, boisterous… but not all business leaders are created equal. A surprising number of business owners are actually introverts. They are somewhat quieter and more meditative that what your stereotypical business owner might be, and that can actually be an advantage.
Every good business owner wants to be a good leader. If you’re not a good leader, you can’t be a good business owner, and to be a good leader, you need to have people to listen to you. That might sound easy, but it’s not. Persuading people to your point of view can be one
Maybe you’ve only searching for a couple days, or maybe you’ve been searching for months now, but you just can’t seem to find the right candidate to hire. Maybe you’ve found a few candidates that are OK, but no one that really stands out. How do you stand out from competitors who are also looking
No one likes to say goodbye, especially to something that you’ve invested a lot of work into. But sometimes it’s necessary to let go of a project or product in order to be able to grow your business. It may be that it is no longer as popular as it once was, or maybe it
Not just any person can pull off any job. It takes skill, experience, integrity, and a host of other qualifying factors to do a job well. As an employer, you need to find those who embody the qualities you seek for and hire them. Often, you have to find a balance between experience/skill and honesty/integrity.
Partnerships are notorious for being high-risk. You are never 100% sure what you’re getting into until it’s too late. However, partnerships also have the potential of being a game-changer for your business. It’s all about choosing the right partner. Here are seven things to consider when choosing a new business partner.
If you’ve ever tried to write book, you immediately realize that it’s not an easy task. In addition to the tremendous amount of work that goes into actually writing the book, you still have to edit it, publish it, and sell it. Thankfully, there are many people out there that have already released a book
Keeping stakeholders happy is an important aspect of any business. At first it can feel a bit overwhelming, but after a few years of experience, you begin to learn what works and what doesn’t. It’s not about being dishonest, but rather of setting clear and defined goals and milestones that both of you can celebrate.