What is a great question? Cal Fussman has the answer. And as a podcaster who has done many interviews, his smart advice really resonated with me.
This advice from Pat Flynn will help you reflect on how you are shaping your business in order to be successful and prepared for whatever comes your way.
Don’t fall into the trap of being the best, instead, figure out how to become your target audience’s favorite.
Next time you face budget or timeline restrictions, find ways to get creative, be scrappy, and get things done, despite those roadblocks.
Pat Flynn says “Don’t let any handshake go unmet.” Take some time today to see how you can use this wisdom to improve your network and marketing strategy.
A favorite takeaway from Podcast Movement: whether you’re working on conversion copy or SEO, remember that on the other end of your work is another human.
At Podcast Movement, I went to Pat Flynn’s book launch party for “Superfans,” where he shared some advice that I think we all deserve to hear.
What old ideas, traditions, and ways of doing things are holding you back? Today is the day to let go of them and embrace new ideas.
What system do you and your business follow in order to get tangible results for your clients? Define what this looks like to create your proven process.
Identify 3 unique things about your business. Together, those 3 uniques should make a concoction exclusive to your business.
Do you know your target market? This is crucial for a successful marketing strategy. Use these three questions to discover how to reach your ideal customer.
Set aside a percentage of all income that flows into your business and watch your profit grow. Mike Michalowicz shares the details.
In “Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business,” Gino Wickman shares why you should focus on your niche, the sweet spot where your business is excelling.
Your vision reflects your core values. Whether you’re part of a large organization or a freelancer, defining your core values will help you succeed.
By scheduling a vacation, Mike Michalowicz says you’ll push yourself to have your business running automatically before you peace out.
Having a solid, internal foundation of efficient systems and a united team is crucial to growing your company on an external level.
Whether you’re a solo entrepreneur just beginning to scale your business or a manager at a large company, you should be thinking about how you’re shaping and building your leadership team.
Shift your focus from catering to your worst clients to serving your best clients. Where do they congregate? Start showing up there and win them.
In “Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business,” Gino Wickman says you should be focused on these 6 components if you want to improve your organization’s systems.
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