When is “Good”, good enough? Anyone who suffers from hyper-achiever syndrome knows that you are always striving for that ever-elusive measure of perfection. Listen in as Coach Christie helps Jeff see a different perspective on this challenge in his own life.
Being a small business owner can be overwhelming and if you are the owner of a “service” based business, it’s doubly so. Not only are you chief cook and bottle washer, but often times, you are so busy DOING the business, you aren’t putting in the time to GET the business. We all know the best business comes from referrals, but where do you find that ever elusive referral network?If you have money, then advertise. If you have no money, then socialize. @saysjoeschum Click To Tweet
Joe Schum joins us this week to discuss networking must dos for every busy solopreneur. Some of Joe’s Gems of Wisdom include:
- Always have a goal
- Be consistent and persistent
- Review regularly
- Remember it’s not about you
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Are you creating possibility with every encounter? How memorable are you to those you meet? Every situation presents an opportunity. The possibilities in front of us are endless if we’re willing to be a little more innovative and a little less imitative.
“..innovation is to creativity like execution is to ideas” – Scott Ginsberg quoting Henrik Zillmer
In this episode of The Why and The Buy, we interview Scott Ginsberg, the Nametag guy. Scott has an unusual claim to fame, he has worn a nametag for almost 7000 days or the equivalent of 17 years…WOW! If that wasn’t enough, he even had the nametag tattooed on his chest just in case the stickiness wore off. Don’t be fooled though, this is not a discussion about marketing gimmicks, we cover all manner of topics including:
- What does “this” make possible?
- Being innovative vs imitative
- Confessions of a recovering people pleaser