Have you heard about the new Robert Redford movie that came out in late October? It’s called All Is Lost, and stars Redford and no one else. In fact, it’s mostly visual with few lines. I saw the movie this last weekend and found it to be intense and profound. Continue reading
I just finished a 3-day business event, and I have to say that I’m a little shook up. Why? I just had my world rocked, and I didn’t expect to. Let me explain.
A colleague told me she had a free ticket for a live event in my hometown, and would I go with her. I hadn’t attended a live event in awhile, and the last one I did attend I worked as a staff person — so not the same — so I figured, “what the heck, sure…”
Frankly, my expectations were low because I didn’t know anything about the coach doing the event. Honestly, I imagined most of the curriculum being stuff that I already knew (arrogant, right?), but figured the review would be useful.
Even if you know everything that the speaker is going to say, I’m going to recommend that you get off your rear and get to a live event as soon as you can, and here’s why: Continue reading
Overcoming the technical support frenzy
Our world is very complex now. Remember when we could call a big company and get a person? (Okay, maybe you aren’t old enough to remember that, but those were the good ‘ol days.)
A lifetime ago, I was that person: the smart receptionist who knew everyone and everything and could direct your call lickety split. But those days are gone, my friend.
So here’s my survival guide to migrating through voice or online technical support. This isn’t just for you — it’s for me — because I’m writing this as I’ve been spending the last hour trying to solve a rather easy (in my humble opinion) technical issue. Continue reading
Imagine you’ve spent months or longer developing an amazing product or service. It’s stellar, and you’ve had no trouble selling your product or service in the past. You send an email to your list, create a couple blog posts, and post them to social media, and nothing.
We get busy doing our work and sometimes our marketing slips, and we lose touch with our list. Or our list gets stale, emails bounce, and people move on to other paths. Have you made sure that: Continue reading
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Create, Optimize, and Repurpose to Spread the Word
We all want our website to work for us. It’s sort of like the book author who thinks after she writes the book she’s done. Nope. There’s the book tour and autograph signings and the speaking engagements.
Have you tried… Continue reading