Tag Archives: Growth

Grow Big or Grow Home

In business growth is inevitable, but not universal. Hungry new competitors and alternatives consistently chomp at the heels of market leaders. Winning Starts with leadershiip. Grow big or go home! Continue reading

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Business Planning, Then Pivot

A good plan is a good start. However, it does not put points on th board. In the case where the enterprise start to score, there is not enough, fast enough! Continue reading

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Growth And The New Factor

A long time small business owner once again closes her office door at exactly 8:30 AM. She accesses today’s prospects call list. She recites her daily mantra, “These bills ain’t gonna pay themselves.” Then she starts pushing buttons on her … Continue reading

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Networking Growth In A New Virtual World

With a nod to Mark Twain, “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” Likewise, the laws of interpersonal networking have not been repealed! Evidently, the fundamentals to interact with other human beings remain intact. Yes, social norms evolve and … Continue reading

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Maximum Reach, Coordinated Content

Max Reach sounds like an action hero! Actually, from a thought leadership and content creation perspective, maximizing an influencer’s reach should perform exactly like an action hero! Influencers should be strong, clever, and trustworthy. To share a secret: “Content does … Continue reading

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My Story Speaks For Me

Branding and Client Relationships intersect to maximize new opportunities when the seller connects with the buyer at a personal level. Continue reading

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No Coffee Networking

Networking in the New Normal no longer requires a cup of coffee. Some old school, 20th Century business professionals may still drink coffee during Zoom meetings. Even if they prominently display their favorite coffee mug which has guaranteed icebreaking small … Continue reading

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Distant Business Engagement

Distant Business Engagement explains how engagement drives relationships regardless of location, which drives results! Continue reading

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My Brand New Old Friend

Old friends are simultaneously common and unique. A buddy from the playground, relationships based on college mischief, young mothers crying together at the kindergarten bus on the first day of school all become old friends! Longevity ultimately strengthens these personal … Continue reading

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Non Verbal Networking

Confidence communicates competence. Forget about weak handshakes, a weak personality kills business possibilities before an individual approaches! Just like wild animals smelling fear in its prey, polished business professionals recognize weakness from a distance. However, power and prominence communicate extremely … Continue reading

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