Joe Casabona recommends utilizing questions from your website’s contact form. This is great material directly from your audience!
Inspired by Alex Bloomberg, Jeff asks, “What is it about your video, audio, or copy that makes your audience pause, and find it curious or fascinating?”
If you think about your business as craft, then you’re constantly looking for ways to improve it. Do you treat your business as craft?
Rich Mulholland reminds us to respect the importance of our own time. We are the only ones who are in control of our time and our priorities.
Walt Disney was famous for his attention to detail, even conducting his own experiment to determine the exact distance to place trash cans in his parks.
Joe Casabona describes himself as an inqusitive person. He asks a lot of questions, like HOW and WHY things work and this curiosity makes his work better.
Howard Benson, a popular music producer, says people don’t care if bands are faking it – they just want to hear something that sounds awesome.
Having the right attitude can be the best indicator of success in life. Someone may not be the most qualified person for a particular technical task, but if they have the right attitude, they’ll succeed.
Take a moment to enjoy this lighthearted moment of inspiration: Mary Poppins says, “we’re on the brink of adventure, children. Don’t ruin it with too many questions!”