Your business success depends on connecting with a group of people that have similar values. It’s these people that can help refer potential clients to you as well as guide your business. It’s not easy meeting a strong community of people, but there is a way. Rachael Acklin of the Caffeinated Elf is throwing the […]
A Twitter Party can be a lot of fun, but very overwhelming if you don’t set yourself up just right. That means having all the proper tools in place. I’ll discuss what you need to make the Twitter party as much fun as possible. It\’s not that hard it\’s very similar to throwing a party
James Chartrand of Men with Pens was one of my favorite interviews to date and I\’ve interviewed a lot of people. She is honest, open and very informative. She used a man\’s pen name to help her level the freelance playing field. She announced she was a woman on copyblogger, which set off a media
If you want to see what all the Feel Good Living Twitter Party buzz with Charlie Gilkey was all about about, you are in luck. We recorded it and put it in our archives. One of my favorite moments was at the 51:15 mark. Jonathan Fields talks about the reason people buy from you. One
Are you are trying to level up your business? If so you need to find guidance from people who understand how to apply core principles of generating more money combined with new techniques to make this happen. It’s possible to do this if come and hang out with… Andrea J. Lee of Wealthy Thought Leader
“Staying creative, productive, and inspired isn’t easy. Between the highs and lows of our work life, the continual transitions of our personal lives, and the rapid pace at which it seems we’re forced to live, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s important.” – Charlie Gilkey Charlie Gilkey of Productive Flourishing is throwing a Twitter
My interview with Chris was one of my favorites and I’ve interviewed a lot of people. Chris is humble, generous and very intelligent. I can see why his business is successful. I actually messed up the recording because my software only recorded my half of the conversation. Chris had also recorded the conversation and kindly
Andy Hayes is a brilliant entrepreneur that works from his superpowers. I recently met him at the South by Southwest (sxsw) conference. When I approached him at sxsw and he was engaging and easy to talk to. I thought he would be a great interview for you because he understands the importance of building relationships.
At the core of every business is a foundation of good relationships. From the freelancers to the vendors each person has to have a team of superheroes who help guide the business. No one can succeed alone. There are just too many problems to solve. The problem many of you face is building a tribe
You don\’t have to put up with this guy in the picture at an online Twitter Party. I\’m just playing around. Every event is different. Live events are always the hardest, but the best way to connect with others. I love going to conferences. I love how the unexpected laughter happens when meeting new people.