If you're ready to add blogging to your small business' marketing, you'd better make sure your small business has a blogging strategy. Walk through exactly what you need to do to make yours as strong as possible.
I've seen small businesses make the same simple mistake when advertising their events a little too often. It's time to set the record straight about what they (and likely you) are doing wrong and how to fix it.
If you've been in business or sales for any length of time, you know that your timing is everything. You can break a deal just by trying to close when it's inappropriate, but if you're time it right you can explode your profit. Knowing exactly when to go for the sale can be tricky business, but there are some key factors that indicate a better chance, especially when you're indirectly communicating with your client. We call those indicative factors momentum, and today we're going to look at how to use it best.
I've loved baseball since I was a kid. Of all the sports I can get excited about, baseball is the one I always come back to. I don't really follow players or team stats, I just love to watch and play the game. I've got my favorite teams, and I've got the ones I don't like so much, but as long as the game is well played I'm interested. And in life, I've always looked to the great players to learn lessons. Since today is a big day in baseball, we're going to look there for our leadership lesson.
We've each been driven by a vision. It's why we started down the path we're on. It's the reason our businesses or career paths exist today. And it's why we wake up every day. Sometimes, however, we aren't progressing towards the realization of that vision, and we get discouraged. Sometimes others tell us it's impossible, and that there is nothing we can do except change course. Today, we learn from a leader who has not only committed to her vision in an unwavering way, but has persisted to see the fruits of her labor.