Business Coach Says: Ignore The Phone
Ignore the phone. Does that sound radical to you? It’s not advice that you would expect coming from a business coach. Shouldn’t you be always available with the highest level of customer service?
Yes. However, your first obligation is always the person right in front of you. Customer service dictates that you should give your full focus to the person that is here right now.
My Search For A Makeup Artist: 4 Business Lessons Learned
Who knew you can learn so much about business while searching for a makeup artist?
You may already know that my brother is engaged and my family is now planning a wedding!
The search for a makeup artist has been a long one, and so far there is no happy ending.
Business Coach Says: Kill The To Do List
Are you drowning in your to do list? Do the tasks that need to get done pile up endlessly?
You’re not alone. Look, if you’re killing it with To-Do-Lists, then you can stop reading right now. #YouDoYou. But if To-Do-Lists are killing you, then it’s time to kill the list!
14 Steps To Get Your Clients To Respect Your Time.
It’s tough to run a business that revolves around client appointments. I know that some clients can be annoying, pushing the limits of our patience. None of my clients… they are all the sweetest. For real. But I have had my share of problematic prospective clients. The type that schedules an appointment and doesn’t show up. Yes, we’ve all had those...
Resource Roundup - 10 Tools That You Need In Your Creative Business
With each blog post I publish, you know to expect a valuable nugget. Whether it’s a simple strategy or a cool new tool, it’s sure to be quick and easy to implement. And for a bonus, you can get some inspiration and motivation here too!
How I Gained A Few Hours Today
Every business has an inside story. Every business owner has unique experiences.
It’s been a great privilege for me to interview top entrepreneurs and share their insights in my new series, Insider Insights.
Needless to say, this new endeavor takes a significant amount of time. From pitching and scheduling, preparing the questions, doing the interviews, to finally editing and posting online.
Better Than A Notebook
Me too. I love notebooks. I have a whole stack of them.
Specifically the unlined sketchbooks from Barnes and Noble.
But let’s admit it together - notebooks work well for a lot of things - but not everything.
There are some things that are best be digital. But, Microsoft Word can't always do the trick.
My 5 Best Tips For Using Google Calendar For Your Business
The leather hot pink planner I purchased at Barnes and Noble was going to be the start of a new beginning.
No more missing appointments or forgetting important commitments.
As anticipated, things were going well for the first couple of weeks.
My life was getting a bit more organized. I knew where I was supposed to be when.
Until that fateful day that my planner disappeared again. This time for good.