Whether it’s a book club, a group coaching program, or just a common interest group, virtual communities can be a powerful tool in business.
Have you ever been a part of a group mastermind? Masterminding is popular for business owners right now, and there’s a good reason for it.
With the ever-increasing digital age, entrepreneurs and business owners tend to work alone in silos they have created for themselves.
Reading is critical to your success and development as a human being and in your business. To put it simply: leaders are readers.
Learning doesn’t stop when you get that diploma or settle into a job. Your development matters, and that’s why I’m a huge advocate for self-education and ongoing learning.
Seth Godin talks a lot about the smallest viable market in his newest book This is Marketing, which we are reading and discussing in Thought Readers.
He spends a lot of time focusing on the long tail, the niche market, and the smallest viable community you can serve in your business opposed to trying to serve everyone.
While reading, the question that came up for me was this: what’s the definition of viable?
It’s super important that you know who your customer is, otherwise, you’ll constantly be fighting battles like the one I’m about to share with you.
We’re doing renovations to our kitchen in our home in Florida. I posted our old dishwasher on Facebook Marketplace for $50 last month. It was a General Electric dishwasher, stainless steel, in great condition, and in full working order. Within moments of posting it on marketplace, my inbox was flooded with interested people.
Her name is Jas. She walked up to me at lunch and said, “This is the best one yet. I am loving MMMEvent this year.”
I looked at her in shock because the story I was telling myself was very different.
The New Year is on the horizon, it’s time to say goodbye to this year and hello to your future. There is always LOTS of excitement and motivation in the air as one year completes and another year begins. It’s a time for you to spend some time looking at your past year and dreaming of what the new one will bring.
The following is a list of tips for you to review the year past and the year ahead in both your personal life and in your business. These 21 tips are crucial for you to follow if you want to set yourself up for a crazy successful, happy and profitable year.
A few years back, I wasted almost an entire year of business growth on a project to create passive income. Let me explain…
I hired a coach for a healthy five figure sum and told him I wanted to create some passive income. At the time, I had a bunch of ebooks, and a few online programs that most certainly should be making me rich while I slept. This guy knew how to do this, he was smart, came with raving endorsements and all in all was a great coach and mentor.