I hear the phrase, “my business is my baby,” and I know it’s not meant literally. But I think it hides a real challenge from our everyday thinking.
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Over the course of this week, I’ll be writing daily emails to my team at Crowd Favorite (the developers). My hope is that they’ll challenge my team while also giving them insights into how I think about things. The reality, however, is that these ideas aren’t just for my team. I believe they’re for any […]
I don’t mean this in a way that makes you feel bad. I’m simply saying that your focus should be on something else – your prospect’s decision criteria.
If you’ve been thinking about selling video courses online and were looking for the right membership plugin, you can now stop. No need.
I know a lot of folks say they want to hire the best staff they can find. My approach is different. Here’s why.
I found an old podcast that quickly shared 15 key things to think about (before starting projects, sites, or startups). They include my fav: I say no.
Pressnomics, the business conference of the WordPress community, has its tickets on sale. Buy one. Then, stick around on Sunday.
You hope I’ll promote your unknown product. But you don’t know me. If you did, you’d know I say no a lot. Like now.
Here are five tips that I want to share with you about dealing with non-paying clients.
You can hide something. You can hope to protect it. But eventually people stop looking because they don’t know it exists. So share knowledge.
When I think about what it takes to truly have an impact on the world around me, 20-30 years doesn’t feel like a lot. What will your legacy be?
If there’s a phrase I hate more than “Fake it until you make it,” I can’t think of it. But here’s the reason why I’d love to remove it from our lexicon.