Last week I listened to a social media marketing webinar. Recognizing the difficulty of selling for many, the presenter said, "make it easy for people to buy from you." A very subtle but interesting twist of thinking. Military tacticians might… Continue reading
It is gratifying to receive positive feedback for one of my posts, especially if it is a personal request for a discussion. Actually, I received inquiries from two freelancers who had read last week’s post regarding my recruiting efforts for… Continue reading
This has been a very good week. I brought on a new consultant for our Consulting Division; I landed a new client for my coaching practice; I closed a prospective client for our consulting practice; and most importantly, I was… Continue reading
Eight years is a long time to maintain a relationship with a client, especially if they haven’t had a need for your services. It would seem that the risk of losing that client would be high. As I came to… Continue reading
OK, I wasn’t anywhere near Interstate 85 during the fire and the subsequent collapse. That event, although tragic, didn’t affect me at all, well, at least not yet. In fact, I was at least twenty miles to the Northwest in… Continue reading
To complete the recap of my presentation and follow on discussion with the BENG Group earlier this month, it is appropriate to address the remaining questions posed to me. Those three questions are addressed herein below.
1. After all these… Continue reading
Last week I posted on the talk I gave to the Business Executives Networking Group (BENG) on “Working With Executive Recruiters." Most of the discussion following the presentation was on the question of overcoming age discrimination. This is the primary concern… Continue reading