Skills develop over time and with diligence. Here are three keys to becoming the best you.
Creating a page on your site for Reviews or Opinions, pointing to the social networks that customers might share opinions, can be a boost to the recommendations you receive.
If writing is giving you fits, write in short bits. Sometimes it's not "writer's block" but the perceived size of the block.
I see many business owners using sketch pads and whiteboards to help them formulate their ideas or help them explain something in detail. These three books are great resources for the visually inclined business owner
These apps are great for capturing, saving, or sharing with clients.
Whether a major conference or the local chamber lunch and learn, some owners freeze up when it's time to deliver a talk in front of an audience. On this podcast, a few tips to gain confidence and composure.
I did a series of text-based posts in the style of Larry King's articles to start the year, and now I'm starting a video series. This is the introduction. (Note to self - Bring the Oomph next time)
A daily podcast? The format and the length fits perfect with what stands for - keeping things small and simple towards building big.
First episode launched earlier today: http://smallbiztracks.com/podcasts/
This is a topic that often comes up in discussions with small business owners looking for additional revenue streams.
With the #SubscriptionEconomy growing fast, and #Subscribed14 kicking off this week, the conversation is heating up. Is there a subscription-based model for your business?
Here are three daily shows, short in length but long in value, that provide examples of micro podcasting
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