I’ve said a few times that you should be involved in a mastermind. On top of the advice you’re going to get from the mastermind, you can leverage it for your learning.
Yes reading a book is good. You’re going to gain some entertainment from good books and if you read effectively, you’ll also improve yourself and possibly your business. Just reading a book isn’t enough though.
With a myriad of resources out there, how do you choose what is worth your time? What medium is the most effective?
With so much content out there, how do you decide which avenue or idea is the best one to focus on for your improvement?
1 Getting Naked The biggest takeaway I had was to just ask questions if you don’t know. I do this even in everyday life because there is always someone that doesn’t know. I’ve decided I’m just the person that’s always going to ask. 2 The Price is Right Best and shortest overview of pricing strategy […]
You may think you’re a developer or designer or coach or under water basket weaver. You’re not really any of those things though. Sure you may write code or design, but that’s not really what your job is. May Marketing Series
So many ‘freelance’ guru’s tell you to get clients on your hosting, or some other form of lock in. Today I’m going to talk about why I think that’s a bad idea.
If, no wait, we all make mistakes so WHEN you make a mistake don’t run from it. Clients don’t want someone that runs from mistakes they want someone that digs in to the issues at hand.
I know you want to leave that job as fast as possible, but don’t. Don’t miss the opportunity to start being a better employee and practice being a good consultant. There is no better place to practice.
I’ve talked a decent bit about training this month so that you can get maximum benefit from your efforts. How much should you be spending on your training? Are there any rules for purchasing online courses?