Reinvention often means scrapping everything and starting from scratch, or trying to take something that someone has already created, and trying to do it better (the better mouse trap). Starting from scratch takes a lot of time and resources. But, sometimes it’s worth it. For example take Apple and how they went from a company…
There are two kinds of people in this world – People who get up in the morning and say, “Good Morning God”, and those who say “Good God… It’s Morning?” Are you seeing life through the lens of “If I could only?” or are you living with an “Attitude of Gratitude?” While having a coffee…
British author, piano player, international racing driver and business coach Jonny Cooper is the founder of www.JonnyHatesMarketing.com. Since growing a business to 8-figures and exiting, Jonny’s been supporting coaches, trainers, therapists and consultants who are serious about building their thriving practice, changing the world and enjoying a life of effortless abundance. His Client Attraction Blueprint…
Phil Gerbyshak is a Sales trainer, a social media pioneer and a techno whiz kid who got his start delivering email by hand in the Navy.
He’s the host of the show Conversations with Phil and is the co-host of the longest running social media marketing talk show #SocialChatter with Christian Karasiewicz.
When he’s not doing live video you can find Phil training salespeople how to sell more by creating more valuable relationships with their prospects and customers by injecting the sales process with social media and technology.
Why do this? Run a Sustainable, scalable, profitable, and salable business.
Pope Gregory listed the seven deadly sins in 590 AD. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_virtues
For every sin there is an associated virtue.
The virtues protect one against temptation.
Sin = (Greek and Latin) failure, error, to miss the mark
Virtue = (Latin) Valor, Being your very best
Have you noticed that social media is becoming more and more divisive lately? Something as simple and fictional as a mermaid is causing people lose their minds, get in fights, and spew hate, vitriol, and disdain.
I have been trying to be more positive on social media, posting fun stuff, positive quotes, and real life stories of overcoming life’s obstacles. The amount of engagement has been outstanding and encouraging, and people love to share and be engaged and conversational around positive topics.
In this podcast I am going to lay out the Seven Deadly Sins of social media posting, and what I consider to be the antithesis to each
I have found that working for a company forces you to conform to the corporate culture… So does that make it a cult or a culture? Not all cults are bad, nor all cultures good.
People join cults not because people are crazy, but because they have two kinds of wishes. They want a meaningful life, or they want to be taken care of. A social culture is an organized way of life which is based on a common tradition and conditioned by a common environment.
There are some key difference though?
With today’s communication technology, especially in the world of social media, change is a constant. No matter what platform you login to, on what ever day, there is change. Some of it is obvious, and some is subtly behind the scenes (buried in algorithms and pixie dust).Google is no different.
All of this change does not come with instructions or even a warning? That’s because we don’t pay for the services (unless you are advertising). And… they do what they want, when they want, without even asking us?
It is generally agreed upon that entrepreneurship is the engine that drives an economy upwards and is primarily responsible for its growth.Entrepreneurs create jobs, bring better and more affordable products and services to the marketplace, resulting in greater societal health, overall wealth and a vastly improved standard of living. And, while we treasure the entrepreneur, one needs not start their own business in order to be one. One can be entrepreneurial within a company setting (often called “intrapreneurs”) and can lead from anywhere they happen to be positioned.
Have you ever worked with a customer who could not see the value that your products or service provided? Value is relative. Value is in the eye of the beholder. Although value is often view as a measurement of price, different people value different resources… time, money, status and more.Value-based pricing is about basing price on the benefits perceived by the customer instead of on the exact cost of the product. People who value their time are more willing to pay for convenience. Have you ever paid for food delivery? People who value their money are willing to spend the time to save it. Have you ever driven an extra mile out of your way to save .01-.02⍧ a gallon on gas? You know what I am talking about?