The consulting or professional service transaction begins with a conversation. If you make it easy for prospects to talk to you, you’ll open up more relationships that you can nurture into revenue. But if you put up too many obstacles to a conversation, you’ll throttle your own growth.
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How are your new year’s resolutions coming along? If you’re like most people, you’ve probably forgotten what they were. The critical mistake that we all make, when it comes to goal setting, is failing to ignore the role that motivation plays in sustaining our efforts. If you don’t see the fruits of your work early […]
I’ve been reading Tim Wu’s Attention Merchants. It’s made me reflect on how our attention is our most valuable resource, and yet we unwittingly pawn it off to Facebook, Google and Snapchat for pennies on the dollar. My question to you: why are you selling your attention to someone else, when you could be profiting […]
I found this post by Sam Ovens on how he’s plotting his plans for 2018. Sam calls this his war map. At first, I found the terminology to be kind of objectionable. But now I totally get it. And I think it’s brilliant.
Some reflections on my interview with David Fields, author of The Irresistible Consultants Guide to Winning Clients. My biggest takeaway from this interview is that everyone starts at the bottom. All the gurus, experts and thought leaders that we look up to, at some point, had to start at the bottom. I’ve found this to […]
The best part of my job is meeting really smart people. In fact, I’m constantly reminded of how many people there are out there who are smarter than I am. It’s incredibly humbling. But I love every minute of it. In this episode, I share my reflections on a conversation I recently had with a […]
This is the first episode of my new daily podcast, Marketing Out Loud. In this episode, you’ll hear the story behind why I’m starting a daily podcast, what I’ll be sharing with you on this show, and why you should to tune in and listen.