Considering the last two years of COVID, George Floyd’s death and the Black Lives Matter movement, the capitol riots, and now the war in Ukraine — it’s clear that we live in […]
The journey from having an idea to being a thought leader can be a long one. Those who walk that path learn very early that having a good idea to start with […]
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Rachel Rodgers. Well, today is a treat because we’re going to talk about leveraging your intellectual property (loose translation: more bank in your tank). […]
Charlie Gilkey shared a great concept with our BOOST coaching group the other week. He talked about how all business owners have a gold mine of “trapped content” – things we’ve already […]
Every conversation is an opportunity to connect with and understand another human being. The ability to listen with nothing on our minds determines our ability to realize this opportunity. At every moment, we either encounter the other person or encounter our preconceptions. Which we choose determines both the profitability and the meaningfulness of our endeavors.
Listening to clients and customers is the basis not only for effective marketing and selling, but also for sustaining motivation, engagement, and satisfaction in your work. This post takes a look at how the innocent misuse of intuition may be sabotaging your ability to listen wholeheartedly and well.’
Today’s guest post is a personal essay from Jeffrey Davis on the merits of this all-too-common business advice: Fake it till you make it.
Jeffrey explores where this advice comes from and in what situations it can be useful. He also explores where faking it can go terribly wrong.
Read through to the end of this well thought-out piece for 5 ways to earn a right livelihood as a business artist without faking it.