Category Archives for Good Stuff

Forthcoming Upgrades to Time Traders Club

We always knew that Time Traders Club would be an evolving project, and our experience over the last couple of months has shown us where improvements need to be made. I would like to thank all those members who provided valuable feedback at our Town Hall meetings. That has helped us formulate the plan that […]

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Can CoSchedule Help You Get More People Reading Your Content? – A Review

You’ve lovingly created your latest blog masterpiece. You’ve researched your audience’s biggest problems, you’ve written the blog post from their point of view and topped the whole thing off with a catchy headline. You push send and wait for the shares to start happening. And you wait… Nothing happens. You shrug your shoulders and move […]

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How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Ask for Help

Are you doing all that you can for your clients?  If you aren’t asking for help in your business, you are not delivering all that you can.  A few years ago, I had a very eye opening experience.  I was at a retreat and the exercise was to ask for help.  I thought – “OK […]

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Can you really make $10K a month from your cell phone?

Can you really make $10K with your iphone? An unbiased review of Ryan Deiss’ and Kate Buck’s Let’s Get Social course.

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Is Headway Really Any Easier?

Is Headway really a better and easier way to put together a Word Press-based website? I recently put the   Headway Theme through its paces constructing a site for one of my clients – India Think Consulting. India Think is a cross-cultural communication consulting firm that helps Americans navigate the often very muddy cultural waters of […]

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Life Lessons from my cereal box…

I don’t usually go looking for philosophical wisdom on my cereal box.  But, this morning I was struck by the “non-challenge” campaign on my Cheerios box.  The idea was that very simple small steps can get you in the direction that you want to go. An example: Want to exercise more?  Training for a marathon […]

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