If you don't have a lot of money in your business to spend on marketing, then conventional wisdom dictates that you need to kick your creativity into high-gear. But trying to think outside-the-box with your marketing strategies may be difficult if you are not so creative by nature.

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Written by ShawnHessinger
776 days ago

Adam,

Thanks for sharing Lance's great post here. I really think following this advice can help any entrepreneur become a more creative person. I tend to look at creativity as a learned trait not an innate characteristic. It's about how you look at the world, and, of course, perspective can be changed over time.But first you must commit yourself to making that change



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