If you’re spending a lot of money to develop your brand through advertising or a nifty website, you might want to rethink that. You don’t control your brand anymore, so trying to create or enhance it with slick images and thought-provoking tag lines could just be a waste of valuable time and money resources.
It’s a myth that only certain people are creative or that you have to act in a particular way or dress as ‘creative types’ do. Related Posts Act Your Way To A New Way Of Thinking – Get Disoriented 8 years ago Bob Parsons of GoDaddy says simply “get and stay out of your comfort […]
The biggest problem in trying to grow a business is that we’re too busy making money. It’s not a play on words – it’s a serious problem. You’re too busy making money. Related Posts Pumpkin Patch needs to go back to its roots 9 years ago Pumpkin Patch is in decline. Several weeks ago they […]
No one really knows what “Social Media” is as many people use the term for different things. This video however explains in plain English what I consider social media to represent.
We’ve all heard that to write a good book you need a beginning, a middle and an end. Projects, whether they are small short-term pieces of work or large-scale construction works are no different to this.
Retirement is a really bad, bankrupt, industrial age idea that was never a good idea in the first place. It was invented by big businesses to steal the best 40 years of our lives so they could discard us when our good years were all behind us. What makes it so wrong? A few very […]
Whether you’re running a business selling products to customers or delivering services to clients there will be a number of aspects of the way you operate that are key to your ability to function.
Bob Parsons of GoDaddy says simply “get and stay out of your comfort zone”. I agree and would add that adults don’t learn unless we are disoriented.
If you ever want to polarise opinion in a meeting of sales managers, just start talking about psychometric testing.
Most New Zealanders will not know Richard MacManus and his flagship web site ReadWriteWeb.com
Pumpkin Patch is in decline. Several weeks ago they announced they would close 20 of 35 US stores in order to curtail further losses.