One business coach has forged his approach to helping entrepreneurs and business executives by using a monumental personal failure and eventual redemption to help get others where they need to go to find their personal success and fulfillment. At just 18 years old, Miha Matlievski, a Slovenian high school dropout, dreamed of becoming a successful…
Did you know that approximately 8 million metric tonnes of waste plastic that enters the Earth’s ocean every year? Sometimes it feels that way on the internet as well? 1,209,600 new data producing social media users each day. 682 million tweets per day! More than 4 million hours of content uploaded to Youtube every day,…
Have you ever gone to a networking event and ask someone “What do you do?” only to regret it. Sometimes we ask people what time it is and they want to tell us how to build a watch? When we get shipments, they often ship the contents using packing peanuts. These are used to surround…
When I was a kid… I remember getting excited every day for a program on TV. You may (or may not be ) old enough to remember a kids TV show called “Romper Room”. In this show, they taught life lessons and today I want to share how that has affected my ideas around content marketing today.
At the end of the show, the host (Miss Mary, or Nancy, or so on), would pull out her “Magic Mirror” a hand mirror with the mirror removed so you could see her face through the TV camera. She would say… “I can see Cathy and Jesse and Julie and Jimmy and Kelly and Billie and Bobby and Jenny and Mark” and so on. I would watch every day hoping she would say “I see Brian!”
Our customers are looking for their questions to be answered and have their name called out, and you can do this through five easy steps…
John Corcoran is a former White House Writer, speechwriter, an attorney, author and podcasting expert.
He started his career as a Writer in the Clinton White House, and today is cofounder of a boutique agency, Rise25, LLC, that helps B2B businesses to connect with their ideal clients, referral partnerships and strategic partners.
He is the cofounder with Dr. Jeremy Weisz, of Rise25, LLC, a boutique agency which helps B2B companies with lead generation and done-for-you media and content marketing.
“I show women how you can be a badass chick when sometimes you feel like Gal Gadot in Wonder Women and other times like Roseanne Roseannadanna.”
I am a 50+, menopausal, married, have 2 semi adult children, love to binge watch Netflix, read about all things health & wellness interspersed with romantic trashy novels, don’t do sad movies, encore entrepreneurial women who believes all women can change their life, beauty and mindset to be a Badass Chick.
Episode 453 – How Writing A Book Can Grow Your Business with David Hancock of Morgan James Publishing
David Hancock is the founder of Morgan James Publishing and the chairman of Guerrilla Marketing International, and has co-authored sixteen books, including Performance Driven Thinking, The Best of Guerrilla Marketing and The Entrepreneurial Author. NASDAQ cites David as one of the world’s most prestigious business leaders, and he is reported to be the future of publishing. As founder of Morgan James Publishing, he was selected for Fast Company Magazine’s Fast 50 for his leadership, creative thinking, significant accomplishments, and his significant impact on the industry over the next ten years.David also serves as president of the executive board for Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, and as chairman of the board of the National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence.
My name is Debbie Scott. I am married to Roy Scott, and have been for 22 years. He is an attorney who practices family and criminal law. I am 64 years old, been a paralegal for my husband for many years. I live in Midland, Texas. I have three children and 3 amazing children-in-laws and 9 grandchildren, 5 girls and 4 boys . My family is very close and the delight of my life is spending time with family. I have always enjoyed helping people. Help A Teacher was not in my plans, but it is my passion now. I am a Christian and my faith is very important to me. I attend First Baptist Church of Midland. I do have a bachelors in Accounting and Information Systems. My father passed away in 2001 of cancer, my mom lives beside me and I am blessed to have her.
What is the difference between an Entrepreneur and a Wantrepreneur? Entrepreneurs own it!
What is “it”? It’s the difference between making a legacy and making a living.
People who work in corporations and in network marketing can have the entrepreneurial spirit, but they lack true ownership of their destiny and the business that you are building. Yes, stock options and downstreams have their value, but you don’t own it… it’s a rental game that you can’t totally control.
Entrepreneurs have multiple traits:
Create Business Opportunities
Measure Success In Growth
In this episode, we will explore what separates an Entrepreneur and a Wantrepreneur. Now I understand that owning it is not for everybody, but if that sounds like you, then you want to listen to this episode!
There was a National Lampoon Magazine issue entitled “If You Don’t Buy This Magazine We Will Kill This Dog”. It was a very effective cover, but did it guilt people into buying the magazine? Probably not!
People don’t want to be guilted into buying something, but you can motivate them if you can empathize with them about being a victim…
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