Real repurposing means finding a new way to use something old. Repurposing is the process by which an object with a one-use value is transformed or redeployed as an object with an alternative-use value, according to Wikipedia.
So, you want to build your influence, thought leadership and business? Glamorous selfies along with quotes said by other people will do absolutely nothing to help you build any of that.
If you want to build real influence, show people your mind – not your selfie.
Instead, show people how you think, what you think, and how those thoughts can make a difference. Seek to influence others by adding value, instead of trying to be an influencer.
Have you thought about your marketing strategy lately? Let me preface with this: marketing is confusing and convoluted. The internet is busy, noisy, and the competition is greater than ever. There are more social media profiles and websites today than ever before, and there will be even more tomorrow.
There are three key problems that every entrepreneur faces when it comes to building a successful business. They may not be your usual suspects, but, guaranteed, you’ll be able to relate to at least one of these problems– if not all three.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in start-up mode, out of the gate trying to make your first sale, or if you’re a pro who has crossed over the 7-figure mark. These problems will continue to haunt you in your business and should be considered regularly.
Seeing business growth doesn’t just happen – it requires strategy. If you want to ease yourself into your most profitable year yet and create momentum, keep reading.
At the time of this posting, we’re at the tail-end of 2019 and two months away from the next year. It’s the time of year when we round-up our gains and losses and start thinking and prepping about what’s ahead.
Now, my mentor, Alan Weiss, says, “The only place you coast is downhill”.
If you’ve got big goals for your next business year, there’s no coasting allowed.
Are you the kind of person who waits around for the perfect time to get things done?
Recently, I sat in an airport, two hours before a flight to Florida, and decided to haul out my laptop and get some work done. I was already waiting at the gate for them to call for pre-boarding, typing away at one of those high top tables.
Do you know what your business model is? More specifically: can you tell me exactly how many customers you need and what products they need to buy in order to reach your business profit goals?
One of the biggest mistakes I see business owners making is melding too many business models into one.
You may have fallen into the trap of focusing on lead generation when what you really need to focus on is your ability in converting leads into paying, happy and satisfied clients.
Too many people are afraid of being “salesy” – and their lack of sales knowledge gets in the way of actually selling and generating any profit.
People who do this are fearful of being too pushy. They lack a formula for selling and they likely fall into the trap of telling instead of selling.