The Scott Whisperer
Scott used to be my boss. He was, to put it mildly, weak on vision, mission, and listening. Like – the things a leader has to do well. It would be one thing if his tunnel vision and out-of-touch mindset led to new heights for the company. But he’s…
The Three Part Pitch
Trish had been trying to land this dream client for over a year. In that time, she’d sat through many meetings, co-creating a scope and work plan. But, especially after a change in leadership, the group was adrift in thought and Trish was working without a contract. Trish needed…
People drop details about their lives & I respond in the moment but forget when we x out of Zoom. I build better relationships with a Friendship Folder.
How I Almost Killed My Summer
Too much of any good thing is gonna hurt. That’s how you burn out. So, just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you have to. Right now. Or ever.
Signs You Can Quit Your Day Job
While there’s no one path to entrepreneurship, let me sort out when you’ll know you’re ready to take that leap. These are the signs you can quit your day job.
Being Strung Along
The thing about being strung along by a potential client is you often don’t know til it’s too late. Let my students’ hindsight become your foresight.
Client Red Flags
Your red flag list is how you create boundaries. It’s how you generate an empire where the atmosphere is respect. It saves you stress headaches. It’s peace.
Find Your Edge
Your market is crowded. The way to stand out is to find your edge – the thing that makes you different. The cinnamon caramel in a world of vanilla ice cream.
Books Are Not Lucrative
Publishing a book will not make you rich. You aren’t Stephen King. You don’t get advances. But writing a book makes you more visible. Heck, write anything.