Joe Winston, a long time listener of my podcast, shares what stopped him from creating killer content until just recently. Here’s what he sent me: Hey Timbo! I’ve just been
So you’ve taken on board the fact that innovation is a skill that can be learned. You’re scouting around for diverse ideas from as many sections of the community as possible, and you’ve come up with your own killer questions to help draw those creative ideas.
There can’t be a person in the modern business world that’s not sat in on a brainstorming session. You know, where a bunch of you sit in a room, someone grabs the marker pen and writes everyone’s ideas on a flip chart, along with some funky looking arrows.
Innovation – something that just the select few are blessed with, right? WRONG – on so many counts.
I checked in to a hotel today in Perth … A city I am unfamiliar with. After a five hour flight my body was screaming “massage, massage!” So I Google
Utilizing the power of LinkedIn for business development is something that a lot of people still haven’t managed to grasp.
Sad perhaps, but true. And let’s face it, it’s page 1 of Google that really counts. That’s why using the SEO power of LinkedIn for business development is a tool that only a madman would not consider using.
You’d need to have been living in a cave for the past few years not to have heard of LinkedIn. But is it just another Facebook? And how important actually is LinkedIn for business.
PR – something that every small business owner needs to embrace with open arms and become good at it. And it’s something that we never stop learning about, that’s for sure, and the whole “raison d’etre” behind Small Business Big Marketing.
Just imagine, getting national TV coverage for your business. How fantastic would that be, but it’d cost a fortune – right?