Being Yourself in Business
A few weeks ago I called a trusted friend, colleague and expert in getting people known/creating connections. I had a simple question for her: “I’m seeing lots of telesummits and haven’t been invited to participate in one for months (which is unusual). Can you give me some insight into why/what’s happening?” She had an immediate answer. People are looking for “new and innovative” and you’re “stable, peace of mind, dependable.” I reflected on this a bit. Essentially, my being successful (strong business, high client retention, over “6 figures” and profitable, in business for 6+ years, proven on-stage presenter, etc.) wasn’t enough.Why You Can’t Afford To Let Your Business Plan RIP
A business plan should be a living document that guides your decisions, keeps you on track and changes with the ever-changing face of your growing business. Look at it frequently, breathe new life into it and don’t bury it in an old musty coffin, hoping it will rest in peace.Pressure Washing Information On The Internet Isn’t Always The Truth
We did a job that demonstrates what pressure washing cannot do after a nightmare tenant. But then the property owner called to express her concerns – based on information she got from the internet.To Be or Not To Be, That Is the Question
“To be, or not to be” is the opening line of a soliloquy from William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, which was written in about 1600 A.D. The quote can be found in Act three, Scene one. It is part of one of the most famous quotations in world literature and the best-known of this particular play. “Ay, there’s the Rub…the catch; the essence of the matter.”Significance Of Labels In End User Market
In the world of today, every product that is manufactured has an identity of its very own. These products range from metal work pieces to small house hold products like dispensers, bottles to electronics like laptops and computers as well as gadgets. There is no end to the product list.