Stories sell, details don't. I’m not a big drinker. I’ll have an occasional glass of wine or beer. Sometimes I’ll even have a mixed drink. I don’t like whiskey but my husband, Paul, does. So, it seemed natural to pay a visit to the Stranahan’s Distillery when we found ourselves in Denver, … [Read more...] about A Story Always Trumps Details
I got home from Canada on Monday, drove to Vermont on Friday, returned on Saturday. Then, I flew to Phoenix on Sunday for a meeting on Monday, and returned home late last night. It feels good to be home. I only have one more trip on the calendar in the foreseeable future – I’ll be spending a week in … [Read more...] about I walked out of the restaurant. Here’s why….
There are those that are natural born networkers and there are those that are not. I fall squarely into the “are not” camp. The goal of business networking is to meet, and connect with people so that you can find clients, partners, employees, referrals to people who provide services you need, or … [Read more...] about Yes, Face-to-Face Business Networking is Still a Thing
What’s the best way to capture, and hold someone’s attention? You can find business lessons anywhere and everywhere. I was out for a walk and noticed the lawn signs that contractors put up when they do work at a house. I started to pay attention to which signs I was attracted to and which did not … [Read more...] about 3 Business Lessons: Messaging to Attract Your Prospect’s Attention
Here in NJ it's prime time for farmers' market. Everything is at its peak. We have a weekly farmers' market in my town, but it's pretty small. My husband and I decided to try a new one that was bigger and nicer, even though it was considerably further away. I had a strategy in mind...take a … [Read more...] about Learning About Sales Between Zucchini And Tomatoes