A Moment of Clarity
In this week’s Moment of Clarity I share my thoughts on how seeing your business as a system can help you improve and grow your business.
About fifteen years ago I completely disassembled an old Corvette I bought in a fit of bad judgment at a swap meet. Every bolt. Every washer. Every piece of wire.Read More »
My friend Matt Shultz sums up marketing strategy thusly. Companies want to eat their dessert first. We all love the sexy stuff of marketing dessert – web sites, brochures, videos, etc. But nobody wants to eat their vegetables first. Marketing strategy is the vegetables.
And if you want a healthy sales program, you have to eat your vegetables.Read More »
A quick review of one of my favorite books, “Blue Ocean Strategy”. We’re going to need a bigger boat…Read More »
After 30 years of working with clients to solve problems that are killing their revenues and profits, I’ve identified a number of red flags that tell me loud and clear something is wrong with how that client is selling. The good news it isn’t hard to fix.Read More »
I have an idea that will change the world. But I’m not telling anyone about it. But you should still buy it.Read More »
In this week’s moment of Clarity I share some brain science and elaborate on how to get people’s attention with your marketing efforts.
I also make fun of hipsters. Win/win.
When it comes to creating a sustainable funnel of customers, throwing more money at the problem isn’t the answer. A wise man said “That’s like giving a bicycle to a fish.” That wise man may have been slightly drunk but I think he was on to something.Read More »
They say 85% of people believe they should write a book. In this interview with Mel Cohen “Mr. Book”, you’ll learn why business people NEED to write a book.Read More »
Forget about those binders full of data. Focus on the journey to get the real value of planning. In this video I talk about the real reason you need a marketing execution plan. This week’s Moment of Clarity is a humdinger if I do say so myself.Read More »
Start with a $45 million dollar company and make a lot of bad decisions. Ba-ding! I’ll be here all week. Try the veal!Read More »