How to Make Attracting Your Ideal Clients Much Easier

I was up late last night to watch a 1-hour sales video and that reminded me again that most people won’t do what I do.I spend 4-8 hours a week studying marketing. I buy courses, books, videos, CDs, conferences, coaches, etc.My greatest single investment is my continuing education. I do that so that when my clients ask “What do…

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3 Quick Tips for your LinkedIn Profile

I still meet a lot of small business owners with incomplete LinkedIn pages and fewer than 200 connections. If that’s you, I’m here to help. Even if YOU don’t intend to use LinkedIn very often (yet), your prospects and clients might be looking there for you today. Be sure your profile puts your best foot…

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How to track project time easily

I’m always studying experts to see how they do things. One of their common time management disciplines is time blocking. Time Blocking is the practice of scheduling To Do items as actual appointments on your calendar. In that manner, you treat your agenda as importantly as you would any client appointment. I’ve been working on adopting…

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How to Make a Big Decision

When you’re tossing around a big decision like I have been for the last week, having a step-by-step process can be really valuable. Here’s the process I use: How to Make a Big Decision Gather all the facts. Review numbers, dates, testimonials, references, commitments, guarantees, fine print, etc. Make sure you have all the information…

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Think Resourceful; Not just Resources

True Story: Kenneth Cole was out of options In 1982, a start-up entrepreneur named Kenneth Cole wanted to preview his line of shoes at the fashion industry’s famous Market Week in downtown New York. Larger established footwear companies have showrooms within a four-block radius of the event but Cole couldn’t afford a show room or…

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