To Succeed, Stop Trying To Please Everyone

To Succeed, Stop Trying To Please Everyone Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Startups
From http://blog.crowdspring.com 308 days ago
Made Hot by: Entrepreneurosaurus on June 11, 2013 5:38 pm
It’s difficult to please everyone. Pleasing some people more means pleasing others less. To succeed, stop trying to please everyone.
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Creating a solid business plan can be deceiving, and you’ll need these four keys to success. You may have written down and fully plan to implement your success tactics. You’ve got a budget, guidelines that you’ve pledged to follow, a product or service to offer and you’re ready to rumble. Now the w Read More
Differentiating your business from your competition is a great way to increase your customer base, and incorporating live business events into the marketing mix can do just that while building your bottom line. According to "Book Yourself Solid" author Michael Port, a business event strategy allows Read More
When The Office debuted in 2005, the American workplace was still a sea of cubicles, with workers typing away on keyboards connected to tower-style desktop PCs. In the eight years that followed, the workforce shifted dramatically, trending toward tablets and smartphones–which didn’t yet exist in 20 Read More

Are You Boring, Or Simply Irrelevant?

Are You Boring, Or Simply Irrelevant? Avatar Posted by dabrock under Sales
From http://partnersinexcellenceblog.com 309 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on June 11, 2013 1:33 pm
Last week, a couple of my friends looked at a couple of different, but parallel issues.  Jim Keenan published  You're Boring.   I struggled through the Read More

3 Ways to Show Your SEO Success

3 Ways to Show Your SEO Success Avatar Posted by nickstamoulis under Online Marketing
From http://www.brickmarketing.com 313 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on June 11, 2013 10:12 am
As frustrating as it is to hear (and say) not every website is going to grow their organic traffic by leaps and bounds through their SEO program. Even if you did everything “right” there could still be a number of factors working against you. Read More
Tina Engler did not start out with the goal to create a multimillion dollar publishing company. She just loved to write romance novels.

She wanted to write the kind of books she loved, and at the time - the 1990s -- her kind of books were not widely available. She got rejected from Read More

How to Tweet Like a Rockstar

How to Tweet Like a Rockstar Avatar Posted by hermineericksen under Social Media
From http://hermineericksen.com 313 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on June 11, 2013 8:29 am
I recently happened upon an article in Forbes about business coach and social media rockstar Sandi Krakowski. She has over 125,000 followers on Facebook alone as of this writing and probably adds somewhere around 10,000 more a month. No, I’m not making this up, in fact – after I read the article, I Read More
If you’re not marketing your content, why work so hard to create it? The latest from Marketing Trenches offers tips for sharing your story to grow your audience. Read More
Whether you’ll be traveling by car, plane, or just sitting by the pool this summer, make sure to stock up on some good books to help cultivate your mind and spirit over the summer months. Read More

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