January 2018

5 Things Highly Successful People Do on the Weekends

By |Monday, January 15, 2018|

By Kevin Harrington

There are so many things that separate highly successful people from, well, unsuccessful people. For example, highly successful people don’t stop working when the clock hits 5 p.m. on Friday. They continue to work until the job is done, and they also do work on the weekends as well.

With that said, highly successful […]

Kill the Workplace Pettiness

By |Monday, January 8, 2018|

By MaryEllen Tribby

Every workplace, unfortunately, has workplace pettiness – even virtual ones.

Pettiness is unavoidable whether it is minor or full-blown out of control. It affects small and large companies alike. Pettiness usually stems from feelings – feelings of being treated unfairly, favoritism, or just plain old insecurity.

And as an entrepreneur and or CEO this is […]

Lose Weight by Napping

By |Monday, January 1, 2018|

By Jon Gabriel

Naps are one of those things that we secretly want to do, especially an afternoon nap. However, none of us ever really end up taking naps, because we feel like we’re not being very productive or because it just feels like too much of a luxury.

Yet, naps are actually one of the most […]

December 2017

The Shocking Results – Don’t Be Next!

By |Friday, December 15, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

Yes, I know it is the holiday season and we are all supposed to be in that blissful, “everything and everyone is wonderful” mindset.

But I need to fill you in on the shocking results from the Working Moms Only survey. If you recall, I shared a very personal and disturbing story about my […]

How to Give Away Great Content But Still Get Paid

By |Monday, December 11, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

“How do we keep from ‘giving away the store?’ That is, how do we keep from giving away what we’d normally charge clients to do for them?”

This is a very common question and a very good question. It’s something anyone who uses content marketing should ask […]

November 2017

You Control Your Meaning – A Thanksgiving Day Lesson

By |Thursday, November 23, 2017|

Happy Thanksgiving!

I wanted to send you a very quick message, not just to say Happy Thanksgiving but also to invite you to make today meaningful.

It’s so easy to say, “Have a nice day” or “Have a lovely day”.
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October 2017

How to Prepare Content Super F.A.S.T.

By |Monday, October 9, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

I want to share how to quickly write content without sacrificing quality and without overtaxing your brain.

I’ve been using this concept for years.

It’s called “recycling” or “repurposing”.

The idea is fairly simple – The process of taking existing content and using it in another format or fashion.

A few quick examples include –

  • Recording mp3s […]

Here’s What It Takes to Write an A+ Headline that Sells

By |Monday, October 2, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

The process for writing your headline is completely different than the process for writing any other part of your sales letter. Your headline is the single most important sentence of the whole page. It pulls more weight than any other sentence and deserves a lot of special attention.

Your headline’s job is to get […]

September 2017

The Worst Way to Approach a Potential Client

By |Thursday, September 28, 2017|

By Bob Bly

Subscriber HG writes:

“As a big fan of your work, I must confess your web pages are boring, and I guess they are not converting to sales as they did before, isn’t it?

“Please allow me to restore a few of your web pages from the archaeological ruins to the modern slick, easy to read, […]

The Three Business Questions You Must Ask Every Day

By |Monday, September 25, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

The most important element in every business is the team that forms the organization. Your employees are the backbone of your business.

If you do not have a great team, you cannot possibly have a great business. Yet many entrepreneurs do not take the time to really listen to their team. Many blame it […]