Here’s 7 short straight to the point tips on communication. I recently stumbled upon these while going through some notes and I have no idea where I found them or when I wrote them down. I thought they were worth a share, here they are: Whether delivering a presentation,
You should strive to have your ideas stolen. Over the last few days a few of my friends on Facebook have spoken out about how their ideas or strategies have been adopted (stolen). Now these are ideas/strategies they haven’t readily shared but other marketers did what all market participants
Sun Tzu wrote of creating a ‘death ground’ — a place where an army is backed up against some geographical feature like a mountain, a river, or a forest and has no escape route. It was reasoned without a way to retreat an army fights with double or triple
I wanted to share one of the best websites and podcasts I have found for business and general inspiration. Hopefully you have already had a chance to listen to Andrew Warner over at Mixergy.com. If you haven’t below are some of the best interviews I would recommend to get
The most critical question to ask yourself before you start building a personal brand… Is Personal Branding Right for Me? Personal branding is not for everybody. The work and focus required to truly achieve a good personal brand cannot be fully appreciated unless you truly do answer this question.
This is from last year but a great message and good reminder. Building Personal Brand Within the Social Media Landscape. Note: This presentation contains adult language.
Your prospects and potential clients are asking themselves right now… who are you and why are you talking to me? You better have a good answer. In personal branding there is one skill upon everything else depends – your communication skills. Your focus and effort is placed on becoming