|Posted by [email protected] on September 19, 2012 at 10:50 AM||comments (3)|
The simple power of one a day - Seth Godin
There are at least 200 working days a year. If you commit to doing a simple marketing item just once each day, at the end of the year you've built a mountain. Here are some things you might try (don't do them all, just one of these once a day would change things for you):
|Posted by [email protected] on August 23, 2012 at 1:30 PM||comments (0)|
If you are like most women in business, you are looking for new strategies to stimulate growth. Whether solutions to better communicate or how to best manage employees, here are 5 Proven Strategies to Accelerate Business Growth:
Expand thru Alliance Partnership
An extremely effective strategy for expanding your business is by forming an alliance with non-competitive companies. This gives you an instant marketing presence in front of potential clients. Do you know oth...Read Full Post »
|Posted by [email protected] on August 1, 2012 at 10:40 AM||comments (0)|
For most entrepreneurs business is all about ebb and flow. As I look back and consider my consulting clients for the past six months, I realize that among the companies that seek out my expertise, social entrepreneurs are becoming more and more numerous. The differences between my corporate and my social entrepreneur clients are large and refreshing. Indeed, social entrepreneurs tend to instinctively know and apply what is so difficult for my corporate clients to assimilate.
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|Posted by [email protected] on July 31, 2012 at 11:30 AM||comments (0)|
At any given company, there is no shortage of amazing talent, powerful thinking, or passion and capability to develop new ideas. However, almost every company lacks the appropriate amount of time to develop and mold these ideas.
As a part of my job, I have the absolute privilege of guiding and coaching...Read Full Post »
|Posted by [email protected] on July 30, 2012 at 10:30 AM||comments (0)|
The Color Red Makes You Push for a Better Deal
When people were shown online details about a vacation package against a blue background, their average "best offer" was $712, but it was $684 when the information was presented against a red background, say Rajesh Bagchi of Virginia Tech and Amar Cheema of the University of Virginia. The research participants were implicitly competing against the seller to get the best deal, and exposure to red induces greater aggression. Red has th...Read Full Post »