The Value of Thin Credentials

By Bob Bly

The more credentials you have, the more your marketplace will see you as a recognized authority — also known as a guru — in your field.

And people want to do business with those they consider to be top experts in their industry or skill.

The easiest way to elevate yourself to guru status is […]

By |Thursday, July 23, 2015|Categories: Business, How-To, Issues|Tags: , , | Comments

A Business Lesson from a Ten-Year-Old

By MaryEllen Tribby

A couple of months ago, before the school year ended my 10-year old daughter Delanie came to me and said “Mom, I really want my tennis game to improve this summer. By the time the tennis academy starts up again in August, I want to be the best one.”

So hubby, Delanie and I […]

Profit From Your Competitors – Here’s How

By MaryEllen Tribby

Plain and simple.

The reason, I have been successful in so many different niches in the online world, specifically in the Inbox Magazine world is because I know my competitors. And I know them inside and out.

I subscribe to them and keep tabs on just about everything they do.

One of the fastest, easiest and […]

By |Thursday, July 16, 2015|Categories: How-To, Issues, Marketing|Tags: , , , , | Comments

Your Conversion Secret Weapon

By Lisa Sasevich

My name is Lisa Sasevich, and I’m known as the Queen of Sales Conversion. Why? Because inspiring prospective clients to say YES to themselves is what I do best!

Today is your day to grab what I call your “secret weapon.” I want to show you the exact tool I’ve used to up-level my […]

By |Monday, July 13, 2015|Categories: How-To, Issues, Marketing|Tags: , , , , , | Comments

Find Your Story, Share Your Message

By Ted McGrath

There’s a secret to telling a powerful story that emotionally moves your customers to buy.

After all your entire story is your message. Your message is your business.

So, it’s time to turn your life story into a lucrative coaching or speaking business.

And it starts with the power of your personal story.

A story must be […]

By |Thursday, July 9, 2015|Categories: Business, How-To, Issues|Tags: , , , | Comments

Those Who Walk The Walk Will Always Win

By MaryEllen Tribby

I was told the following story the other evening and I was so touched I needed to share this narrative with you . . .

A few years ago, at the Seattle Special Olympics, nine contestants, all physically or mentally disabled, assembled at the starting line for the 100 yard dash. At the gun, […]

By |Tuesday, July 7, 2015|Categories: Business, Issues, Marketing|Tags: , , , | Comments

Three Life Lessons of a Lost Dog

By Mariel Hemingway

We turned around, and Bindu was gone.

One minute he’d been there, looking at me with pleading eyes. The next minute, he’d vanished into thin air.

My little Yorkie’s frightened face popped into my head. From the second we’d arrived at Healthy Family Farm, he’d been acting funny.

Normally, Bindu is a confident creature. I’ve seen […]

By |Thursday, July 2, 2015|Categories: Celebrities, Issues|Tags: , , , , | Comments

Preserve Your “Now” for Better Business

By MaryEllen Tribby

It was actually painful to watch.

I was on the treadmill at the gym listening to Bono wishing me a Beautiful Day. When out of the corner of my eye, I couldn’t help but notice a very animated woman.

She was standing on the treadmill across from me. Her arms were waving all over the […]

By |Monday, June 29, 2015|Categories: Business, Issues, Time Management|Tags: , , , | Comments

Selling Socially for Higher Conversions

By Kate Buck Jr.

One of the biggest challenges that businesses face today is figuring out how to develop rapport with their customers when marketing to them online.

How do you get people to know, like, and trust you when you’re not meeting them face-to-face or even over the phone?

Inject Your Personality into the Conversation

The more authentic […]

By |Thursday, June 25, 2015|Categories: How-To, Issues, Marketing|Tags: , , | Comments

Dirty Laundry is Good for Your Business

By MaryEllen Tribby

“I love working from home, I get so much laundry done and today I even cleaned out my refrigerator.”  This was a comment I overheard the other night while waiting for the PTA meeting to start at my daughters’ school.

Unfortunately that was far from the first time I have heard a work at […]

By |Monday, June 22, 2015|Categories: Issues, Time Management|| Comments