When someone asks, “Can I just have a minute?” say “NO”.
You’re time is limited and “a minute of your time” usually turns into a 10 or 20 minute experience. There’s a better way for both you and the person asking the question. Click here or on the image to learn more…
Over the past 3 decades of practicing law, I’ve met and represented many very successful entrepreneurs. In fact, I’d consider myself a bit of an entrepreneur having started several successful companies including my law firm, Jackson & Wilson Inc.
Without exception, I’m observed one single characteristic that all successful entrepreneurs share. Do you know what it is?
Today on #Periscope, I shared this success “X-Factor” with you and enjoyed engaging with the audience. Click here to watch this show. Also please share your own thoughts and comments below if you think I’m right, wrong or have something to add. [By the way, here’s the link to the blog post article I mentioned during my live Periscope]
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Amy Schmittauer of Savvy Sexy Social shows all of us “How Professionals Can Build Authority” using video, live streaming and social (click here or on the image below to watch)
As the founder and face of SavvySexySocial.com, Amy Schmittauer is a top influencer when it comes to leading the charge in video blogging for business. Her site has amassed more than 1.2 million video views and Amy is in high demand when it comes to consulting and speaking on video, social media, and building authority.
As is my family, Amy is a fellow dog lover and proud beagle mom. In between dog walks and sharing her life via video and Twitter, Amy keeps going by admitting to being a coffee addict (again- me too)!
You can watch our recorded interview right now by clicking here or on Amy’s picture below!
Doing business as a sole proprietor or general partner is just asking for problems. While I can appreciate the many challenges associated with being an entrepreneur and starting a new business, I also want to make sure that everyone is is well aware of the many advantages of doing business as a Limited Liability Company or a Corporation.
Hopefully you’ll find value in today’s interview. Thanks Deb Laflamme and Dorien Morin for having me on your show!
This week I’m going to get rid of four difficult clients. Maybe five depending on a telephone call I’ll be making Monday morning. You may want to think about doing the same thing. Here’s why!
Two powerful tools that will help any small business or entrepreneur be successful!