5 No-cost Ways to Increase Traffic and Sales

I’ve just finished a mini-marketing workshop for the retail stores at Market Square in Lafayette. It’s such a great little community of shops with a local passion no mall could duplicate. Spending the day with them was a great reminder that the key to having a great business is having a passion for what you do and why.…

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Choke Points: Getting rid of business hairballs

Confession: I got distracted on Facebook over the weekend and watched a dumb little video called “Things cats do that would be creepy if you did them.” There are better uses of your time, but if you need a futile mini-break, I’ll save you time and place it here: Thankfully it’s about to pay off, because it’s…

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Should you pursue it or not?

As I mentioned last week, I had the honor of participating in two private masterminds over the last couple of weeks – one in San Diego and one in Dallas. It was pretty cool. I got to spend the day with one of my favorite mentors – Amy Porterfield (pictured at right), and I had…

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3 Daily Questions for Your Team

Hello! I’m in Dallas this week, working with my coach in his private coaching mastermind group. Oddly enough, I was in San Diego last weekend for a social media marketing mastermind. No time to elaborate now on the changes I’ll be making, but I thought I’d share a quick tip from my coach that you…

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Millionaire Formulas for Your Business

I promised I’d share a few more lessons from my mastermind weekends in Dallas and San Diego. Today’s quick tips come from Mike Crow (pictured in the blue shirt above). He’s built two multi-million dollar home inspector businesses and now he teaches others how to do the same. I like Mike because he thinks in…

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