How To Make People Choose Your Practice In A Noisy World

How To Make People Choose Your Practice In A Noisy World

You can’t just open a practice, plan to serve everything to everyone, and hope that they’ll want to buy from you specifically. You need to give them a reason to choose you over the many other options. Focus and intention on who and how you serve will let potential...

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One Big Reason You Aren’t Growing As Fast As You Should Be

One Big Reason You Aren’t Growing As Fast As You Should Be

You’ve studied, read, watched, and listened, but nothing has really changed and you aren’t getting as much value from reading as you did before. Or maybe you’re not studying, you’re stuck dealing with the day to day actions, and again things aren’t moving forward....

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A Guide To Setting Up A Facebook Page For Your Practice

A Guide To Setting Up A Facebook Page For Your Practice

Let me just clarify here for a second. Just because this post is long doesn't mean this is a difficult process. It is actually quite simple, I just put a lot of detail in for those that are very new to the online and technology world. There are plenty of screen shots...

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The Big 6 Social Networks: An Overview for Beginners

The Big 6 Social Networks: An Overview for Beginners

  There are so many Social Networks now my head would pop off if I had to focus on all of them. Thankfully there are a couple of big ones that we can look at, at least to get started with. This list is designed to cut down your research time a little bit by...

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The Best Way To Inspire New Creativity

Whether some of us like it or not(I certainly do), marketing and making content is a very creative activity. The problem solving, continuously new information, and endless possibilities are why I get excited about it. However, it can wear you so thin your slip on...

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Mobile Stats That Will Make You Rethink Your Website

Mobile Stats That Will Make You Rethink Your Website

Time's are changing. Less than 10 years ago web viewing was just about 100% on a desktop computer. Today, that number is down to just over 70. What has taken over? Phones, Tablets, Phablets, E-readers, whatever the device, it's mobile. When I was about 14 years old I...

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What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From A Soggy Bagel

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From A Soggy Bagel

I woke up into my usual morning routine. Rolled over to check my phone, played on Twitter a little, then got up to grab a bagel. The “pre-sliced” bagels are never cut all the way through, however. They tend to be cut only about half way, and today it seemed extra...

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