The second podcast from our Dare Dreamer FM network launches today. Authentic and down-to-earth advice for creative solopreneurs. Education, insights and inspiration on sales, marketing, branding, social media and making a living at what you’re passionate about. Read all about it (and listen to the introductory episode) at http://daredreamer.fm/solocreative-intro/.Read more "The Solo Creative Podcast is Now Live"
SocialTriggers.com founder and marketing guru Derek Halpern recounts a funny yet important lesson on pricing.Read more "Derek Helpern on Pricing and His $300 Haircut"
Guest Post by Clint Regehr of CERVIDEO Unlike many film makers that first went to film school and then entered the business world, I came at it from a different direction. I was in the business world where I had a 30 year Enterprise Software Sales career that included major software corporations and several start […]Read more "Six Lessons Every Small Business Owner Should Know"
Zig Ziglar was a man who could inspire you and give you strategies and a course for success, in life and in business.Read more "Remembering Zig Ziglar"
Wherein I tell you a somewhat comedic adventure to get a new pair of glasses without breaking the bank, and learning a valuable customer service lesson.Read more "Customer Service and The Miracle on 34th Street Effect"
Today I share mistakes 6-10 of the top 10 mistakes I’ve made in my ten years of business. Many of these I bet YOU still make.Read more "My Top Ten Mistakes in the Past 10 Years – Part 2"
Chances are you are using way more toothpaste than you need to use. How you’ve been duped by the toothpaste industry and the valuable sales lesson you can apply to your own business.Read more "The Importance of Showing Clients What You Want to Sell"
Doing some jobs for free can be a great way to boost your business. But how do you know which jobs make sense to do for free, and which ones don’t? That’s a good question. Let’s find out.Read more "How to Decide Which Jobs You do for Free"
One of the most important things to remember when giving a sales presentation is to listen. Not only because the person who does the most listening is the one who does the most selling; but also because in listening, you can adjust your sales pitch accordingly based on what the prospect has told you. That fact was made […]Read more "In A Sales Presentation, Don’t Get Stuck on Automatic"