Through our networks we are extraordinary in ways that we can’t even begin to imagine! This is the power of OPEN: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Network.
I get this one all the time: What’s more important, sales or marketing? Today, let me share with you the only way to frame that question.
As part of the discussion, we’ll talk about the first two of the only three roles in ANY business: Do you make, sell, or serve?
Strap in tight, cuz (as usual) this topic gets me hoppin’ mad!!
I get this question several times a week: “If our employees have a prominent personal brand, won’t they leave us for a better offer?”
Join me today as I tell you my reply, and also share with you my favorite business leadership quote of all time, from Richard Branson.
Your company needs someone at the big table who represents the customer in the name of the CEO – and do I have the book to help you get started!
A decade ago, I read the first version of Chief Customer Officer, and let me tell you, it was such a breath of fresh air! The author, Jeanne Bliss, has been CCO at five different large enterprises. Now she works with CEOs and their heads of customer experience to break down the silos that destroy customer experience and slaughter profitability.
Do you have enough room in your life for beauty? You don’t have to be wealthy to surround yourself with beautiful environment. You really need to spend some time in beauty smelling the roses as in were, so you can enjoy the peace it brings.
Go find a little piece of beauty everyday it will really recharge your battery and lift your spirits!
Are you a perfect are you a complete product? Let me tell you something no one in history of world ever as become successful after they were a finished product. So go out there get your hands dirty trying stuff, fist you are horrible at it, then ok, then you are little better and then you are good and maybe maybe eventually awesome.
No one in this world has ever been good at the beginning, so believe in yourself, that you are deeply imperfect but you forgive yourself and gone a give life a try anyway!
Let’s face it: in this time of ubiquitous personal branding, at some point we all grow into a one-person media company. Join me as we explore exactly what that entails.
Isn’t this an exciting time to be alive?
Dear Leader: Do you go out of your way to hire the top talent you can find, only to treat them like children once they’re on board? Why not save some money, and hire dopes instead?
This issue is one of my biggest employment pet peeves. Yours, too? Wait till you heard what this Vice President told me…!
Today, let me tell you about one of my personal favorite tools for Twitter, TweetJukebox.com. While I’m at it, I’ll also recommend a book you should read.
Once upon a time, I’d nurse a grudge or two. But there’s a funny thing about holding onto your resentment… which I’m eager to tell you about. Check it out!