Tag Archives | growth

8.14

Content: The Lifeblood of Small-Business Growth

 Have you ever analyzed what really drives sales in your business? Before even considering content or relationships, most people tie their answer to marketing or sales. While sales are certainly one driver, they aren’t the main propellant for small businesses. What causes one person to shop with you for years and drive out of their […]

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6.12

What Business Are You Really In?

I see many people confused about the businesses they are in. Entrepreneurs feel that their industry defines their business, but is that true? Am I in the newsletter or publishing business? What about the content creation business? After all, we create thousands of pages of content each month. I send this newsletter to over 10,000 […]

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Grow like crazy

How To ‘Unstick’ Your Business And Start Growing

Have you ever gotten hyped up by a marketing guru’s sales pitch or presentation, purchased the course thinking it would change your business, and had nothing happen?     If you’re into growing your business, the answer is yes. We all have been there at least once. I’ve bought many courses over the years and […]

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hidden value from Jay Abraham

Your Business’s Hidden Value

Success is right under your nose. Many of the greatest, most profitable innovations in the history of commerce seem obvious in retrospect. Toilet paper was invented 82 years after the flush toilet became commonplace. The ice cream cone didn’t hit the scene until 3,900 years after ice cream was invented.  As Jay Abraham’s classic book, […]

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Create leadership in your company

Are You A Manager Or A Leader?

When I was just starting out in business, I couldn’t understand why any company paid for a group of managers. I know that sounds dumb, but it didn’t make sense to me at 17 or 18 years old. Here were these people who got paid a ton of money and appeared to do very little actual […]

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Cashflow

Are You Making These Marketing Mistakes?

I am often confused by the decisions normally very smart entrepreneurs make when it comes to marketing, sales, and company growth. It’s as if logic flies out the window and emotions rule the day when we start talking about sales and marketing. Often, this creates cash flow issues and stalled growth. Of course, I’m not […]

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