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I’m posting daily musings designed to help teams doing work that matters, achieve more of what matters. Covering ethical online marketing, the new economy, leadership, and a growth mindset.

I’m posting daily musings designed to help teams doing work that matters, achieve more of what matters. Covering ethical online marketing, the new economy, leadership, and a growth mindset.
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United States

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I’m posting daily musings designed to help teams doing work that matters, achieve more of what matters. Covering ethical online marketing, the new economy, leadership, and a growth mindset.

Language:

English

Contact:

813-534-6545


Episodes

#524: This Is Your Next Big Idea

5/20/2019
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Your narrative about your work is different from the market’s.

Duration:00:02:38

#523: Your Business Is Being Watched

5/19/2019
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If you do great work and you tell your story effectively, some will take notice. Not in tsunamis of monetized engagement, but in drips and drops, over time.

Duration:00:01:19

#522: Going Beyond Market Scarcity

5/19/2019
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Celebrate your champions: you need them as much as they need you.

Duration:00:01:11

#521: What Our Words Say About Us

5/17/2019
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Your marketing message hurts or heals your market-there is no middle ground. Which is yours?

Duration:00:01:19

#520: Misallocated Effort

5/16/2019
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We rarely have energy, potential, or money problems. We have misallocation problems.

Duration:00:02:29

519: Pick A Pace Of Development

5/15/2019
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Every morning, every project, every meeting, every sales call, we have the opportunity to pick a pace of development. What will you choose?

Duration:00:02:24

518: It Won’t Work For You

5/15/2019
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The more you push the boundaries of care and service–instead of marginalizing yourself through copying–the more you could be rewarded by the market.

Duration:00:01:12

517: What To Do With Your Weaknesses

5/13/2019
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The more you push the boundaries of care and service–instead of marginalizing yourself through copying–the more you could be rewarded by the market.

Duration:00:01:16

#516: More Doesn’t Mean More

5/12/2019
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Doing more doesn’t give us more. But doing better makes us better.

Duration:00:02:29

#515: A Service Worth Paying For

5/11/2019
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But the area we have most market control is the story you–and we–tell ourselves about your work.

Duration:00:02:32

#514: Will You Make History?

5/10/2019
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History only remembers the stories worth telling.

Duration:00:02:22

#513: Innovation and Messaging

5/9/2019
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Innovation without a strong message creates more distraction than progress.

Duration:00:02:31

512: Wear Your Own Brand

5/9/2019
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When other brands steal your affection away from your own brand, you invest less in what matters.

Duration:00:02:28

#511: Empires Are Built On Simple Messages

5/9/2019
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The messages that last are the messages we remember.

Duration:00:01:21

#510: It’s Simpler Than It Sounds

5/9/2019
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We built BuiltForImpact.net because we wanted to make marketing simple enough for good companies to stand out, sell better, and make more impact.

Duration:00:02:36

#509: Don’t Set Off If You Can’t Afford The Gas

5/9/2019
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You can’t make up in volume what you lose per transaction.

Duration:00:02:32

#508: The Science of Proximity

5/9/2019
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We get to choose how much proximity to greatness e expose ourselves to in our learning and our experiences.

Duration:00:01:15

#507: You Can’t Make A Difference If You’re In Need

5/9/2019
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It’s your responsibility to improve yourself so you can improve the world.

Duration:00:01:13

#506: Why You’re Replaceable

5/8/2019
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If the company matters to you more than your ego, try to make yourself replaceable: only then can you remain focused on what the company needs most.

Duration:00:01:17

#505: How To Make Things Happen

5/8/2019
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A strong current can carve a path through mountains. Sitting water merely settles into the lowest point. Which sounds more like your business?

Duration:00:02:33