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Sales & Marketing Jam Wellington, New Zealand @TechWeekNZ

By | May 14th, 2017|Blog, Business|

Tech Week NZ - National Tech Conference All around the nation during the week of May 8-12, workshops and events were being held that celebrate and investigate the technology sector in New Zealand. http://techweek.co.nz/ I visited the country for the first time to attend this conference, and started my trip at the Sales & Marketing [...]

Fizzle.Co Review – 5 Things Fizzle Does For My Business

By | October 10th, 2016|Blog, Business, Entrepreneur, Reviews|

Joining Fizzle has made a major difference in my business. I've had coaches before, and I've paid for marketing courses before, but there is no single thing I have ever done that has been as valuable for my business as joining Fizzle. This Fizzle.co review is going to go over some of the specific things that I [...]

What to do when your name’s domain name is taken

By | January 26th, 2015|Blog, Business, Hacks, How To, Web Design|

Yourname.com is owned by somebody else. Does that mean you are exiled from the internet? Of course not! This is an opportunity to get clever about how to shoehorn your name into a website URL. Here are three options: Option one - Check the other TLDs. Around the world, .com is seen as the most 'reputable' [...]

Sharpen your Prospecting Power with Ideal Client Profiles

By | February 5th, 2014|Blog, Business, Entrepreneur, Slider|

Does your business run better with a shotgun? Or a laser? Lemme 'splain. When you want to hit something with a shotgun, you point it in a vague direction, and hope to hit something when you pull the trigger. With a laser, you have to be precise. Aiming at one specific point. Most small business owners [...]

Ask Your Personal Network About Your Personal Branding

By | November 7th, 2013|Blog, Business, Content Marketing, Entrepreneur, How To|

When you’re defining your personal branding, it’s easy to get trapped into relying on only your own impressions of yourself. After all, who knows you better…than you? However, that’s exactly the problem. You know too much about yourself. There are so many various details that make up your personality. Trying to include all of them [...]

5 Step Formula: How to Earn More Referrals

By | October 17th, 2013|Blog, Business, Entrepreneur, How To|

You strike up a conversation with a guy at a coffee shop. It’s a good chat. You’ve made an acquaintance. Congratulations! At this point in the new relationship, how comfortable are you with asking him to borrow his car? How about inviting yourself over to his house for dinner that evening? Awkward silence, right? If you’re [...]

7 Tips To Become A More Interesting Person

By | January 2nd, 2013|Blog, Business, Content Marketing, Entrepreneur|

There are nearly seven billion people in the world today. Why would anyone stop what they’re doing and talk to you? It's an important question for anyone, but if you’re involved in sales, self-marketing, or running your own business, you have to be interesting to new people all the time. New customers, new prospective customers, [...]

Laptop Living and Working All The Time

By | December 4th, 2012|Blog, Business, Entrepreneur, Productivity, Slider|

With my backpack and cell reception, I can functionally work from anywhere I please. The beach, the mountains, a Central American cafe, or out in the wilderness...wherever I have my backpack, cell reception, and time, I can work. I can write, or post, or call, or Skype, with anyone, anywhere in the world, from anywhere [...]

Chris Brogan’s Important Framework

By | October 31st, 2012|Blog, Business, How To, Productivity|

I don’t like to reinvent the wheel. I prefer to find out what successful people are doing, and model how they are doing it. Chris Brogan wrote an excellent blog post some time ago about how he prioritized his day. The man is a content output machine; he is one of the indisputable masters of [...]

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