In this digital-focused world, promoting your business online seems like a no-brainer. I’ve certainly shared plenty of content about online marketing with you guys, and I agree that it’s an important part of building a business. Whether you’re a one-person show or have a big clinic or… read
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This week I wanted to talk about the importance of finding your peeps. No, not the cute little easter candies that look like birds (or sometimes bunnies or other creatures, as I’ve now discovered!) but your people. The folks who will support you and your business and really get… read
Imagine if you walked into work today and were asked to write something. A blog post, a website update, or a brochure to send out to other businesses in the area. How does that make you feel? Do you immediately groan and wonder how you can get out of it?… read
If Merriam Webster had an entrepreneurial word of the year, it seems like the word for 2017 would be hustle. Everywhere I look, people are talking about the importance of the hustle. Or working on their side hustle. Or how you need to hustle if you want to make things… read
Have you been thinking about your word of the year? Wow, 2017 is half over! Where the heck did the time go? Given we're now into June, it seems like a good time to revisit our Word of the Year concept. Don't remember what I'm talking about? That's cool! A… read
I bet you’ve heard the phrase “the customer is always right”. It seems to be something that gets repeated when we’re not happy with a product or service, especially in the food and retail words. Well, that phrase was originally used in the early 1900’s by folks… read