Do you know how much time you waste “getting ready” for life? Every single day that you wake up and take the reins to make your business a success. Read More »
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Here's how it works: We organize and deliver turnkey speaking events that feature our experts.
Attendees see your firm as the sponsor, which builds trust in your brand. And since this is event marketing (not billboards), we have the data to follow up with leads who have self-qualified.
That leaves one question: How many new customers do you think you can handle?
Also: We Consult
In addition to our work as speakers, we also help business clients meet their potential. That's business improvement consulting: management consulting focused on measurable results.
The Methodology Blog: Thought Leadership: Business Improvement Thought Leadership
Recently I had the opportunity to work on a small team, but I found myself disengaged. The leader was complaining that we needed to get to work. He accused us of having no sense of urgency. Read More »
There’s something else you’re supposed to be doing right now. And yet, here you are, reading an article about procrastination. Why is that? And will it help? Read More »
Working an eight-hour workday is what we have all come to expect, at least here in America. Would you be surprised to find out that some companies are trying out five-hour workdays and that they’re actually totally working? Read More »
There’s always some king of a catch when small business owners (SBOs) go through the conventional business development processes. Can you guess what the biggest one is? Read More »
Every company that plans to be around for a while wants to attract younger workers, right? But that’s a terrible idea. Or at least, talking about it is a bad, bad move. Read More »
All of us need to find ways to get more done. Part of this is getting the extra stuff out of our head so we can knuckle down and make progress. But how does one do this? Read More »
Why is it that so many small business owners (SBOs) avoid talking about money as if it were the plague? Many end up leaving their financial paperwork to pile up in the bottom of a stack on their desk all year long until tax time rolls around. Why wait until then to get it all together? Read More »
Although we are a nation of laws, those laws aren’t always followed. But if there’s one rule that’s being broken across the board by corporations, it’s those relating to unpaid internships. Read More »
Pokémon GO has taken over the world. If you hadn’t heard by now, then you’re either hiding under a rock or don’t care about it at all. But here’s why you should care. Read More »
The kind of stress that comes from your first day of work at a new company can be overwhelming. On top of it, you have to figure out just what it is you should be wearing. Fortunately, someone out there decided to publish a list of tips for those of us that aren’t so great at fashion, though they focused on just the men this time around. Read More »
Here’s a question that will probably make you wince. What are your company sales goals? Are you meeting them? Are they realistic? If you’re not cheering enthusiastically, time to keep reading. Read More »
I’m always skeptical of “universal truths” and other absolute statements. But a post from the Refresh Leadership Blog offers five great ideas for people who want to be successful. Read More »