With so much talk about using new media tools to network in today’s environment, I think we sometimes forget that a good, old-fashioned coffee meet-up can be the most powerful networking tool you have in your arsenal. Yet few people “execute” the coffee meet-up as well as they could.
I am a huge proponent of working from a home office if you can. Since my work with clients can mostly be done by phone, fax and email—and I work with clients from around the world—it works wonderfully for me. But some business, and some entrepreneurs, really do benefit from […]
The first half of the title of this post is a question I get, in some variation, quite frequently these days. You could change the subject to email or face to face networking or press releases, but the implication is always that some long established marketing tactic has been supplanted […]
The GMail blog team announced what looks like a much needed enhancement to Google Calendar this week called appointment slots. This functionality allows anyone to create a public showing calendar offering up times when appointments are available. The idea is that people can visit your calendar and schedule a haircut […]
Every so often I run across an article from one of my friends that really strikes a chord. When that happens I have to share it with you. The article below comes from my friend, fellow outdoorswoman, and coach Scout Wilkins. She’s awesome at bridging the gap between “woo-woo” ideas […]