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Want To Find Brand Ambassadors? Start With Your Employees

Want To Find Brand Ambassadors? Start With Your Employees | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it

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This is so true. The article is a bit long but the message is loud and clear. If your staff loves what your company does, it says it all.

 

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Comment convaincre des prospects de la valeur d’une marque si les employés qui travaillent pour celle-ci ne sont eux-mêmes pas convaincus ?

 

Au contraire, si ceux-ci sont passionnément attachés à leur marque, ils sauront la défendre et la valoriser, et seront des ambassadeurs de poids

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Why Your Small Business Should Outsource Social Media

Why Your Small Business Should Outsource Social Media | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Too busy to manage your online channels? Then perhaps it's time to outsource social media - here's what you need to know before you take the plunge.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, September 12, 10:11 PM

 

To be really effective in social media, your small business needs to have someone spending the equivalent of a full day a week, purely on social media activities.  As a busy business owner, finding that amount of time each and every week, is close to impossible. A strong case can be made for you to consider outsourcing all social media activity, and this good article, adds strong support to that case. 

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Bryan Worn's curator insight, September 13, 4:25 AM

With the speed of change this makes sense. This is an easy to read why and how.

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Can we teach optimism?

Can we teach optimism? | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Following last week’s article on coping with today’s 24/7 news cycle, Dr Stephanie Thornton continues her discussion on optimism – can we (and should we try to) ‘teach’ this in schools?

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, September 8, 7:08 AM
yes, we can, and should!
I guess its like the tension between positive emotions and negative emotions in PP. While a preponderance of +ve emotions , on an average, is better than a preponderance of -ve emotions, on an average; the value of acknowledging and processing -ve emotions is increasingly been admitted in PP2.0. Similarity, positive thinking (optimism) on an average is any day preferred over pessimism, though there may be a need to mindfully acknowledge and process the negative thoughts.
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6 Dynamic Ways to Serve Your Clients

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Client service is a vital ingredient in any business.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, September 5, 3:37 AM

 

How you serve the needs of your clients/customers will directly impact on your business bottom line. Most businesses have room for improvement in how they respond to service requests and some need to seriously overhaul their processes. This article can be used to see where your business could improve in six key areas.

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12 Reasons Why Your Emails Aren't Driving Business

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With the numerous methods out there to increase your conversions on email, choose one! It will bolster your business.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 22, 2:21 AM

 

If you have a great subscriber list, then email marketing can be the holy grail, of lead generation. If your email campaigns are not driving business to you, as you expect them to, it pays to determine why this is the case. This article, gives you 12 reasons you can examine, to determine why you campaigns are not working as expected.

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12 Reasons Why Your Emails Aren't Driving Business

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With the numerous methods out there to increase your conversions on email, choose one! It will bolster your business.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 22, 2:21 AM

 

If you have a great subscriber list, then email marketing can be the holy grail, of lead generation. If your email campaigns are not driving business to you, as you expect them to, it pays to determine why this is the case. This article, gives you 12 reasons you can examine, to determine why you campaigns are not working as expected.

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10 Key Benefits Of Social Media Marketing

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According to Content Marketing Australia, “The top 3 Social Media platforms used today are Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.” Are you in these spaces?

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 20, 9:27 PM

 

Social Media Marketing, done well, can provide many benefits for your business. If your business has yet to embrace social media marketing, perhaps a greater awareness of the key benefits that social media marketing can deliver to your business, may encourage you to jump on board. This short article, clearly explains the key benefits available, and it should convince you that your business needs to embrace this method of marketing your products or services.

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9 Tips on How to Grow a Small Business Smart

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We all start a business in order to achieve a particular goal. But what do we do after starting it? Read more to find out the best 9 tips on how to grow a small business smart.

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Jay Jensen's curator insight, July 28, 10:21 AM
Here are some great tips for those that want to start a small business.  
Bryan Worn's curator insight, July 30, 5:56 AM

4,6,7 & 8 are my pick form this list of tips.

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10 Essential Business Skills to Learn Before You Start a Business

10 Essential Business Skills to Learn Before You Start a Business | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Your successful startup needs to have the following skills alongside those technical ones that you already possess

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, July 18, 3:53 AM

 

Starting a business is not for the faint of heart. You do need to be brave and focused to start a business, but more importantly, you need to have the required business skills if you want to succeed. This short article, suggests 10 key skills you should endeavour to master, before launching your startup.

Bryan Worn's curator insight, July 19, 7:37 AM

All are learnable with practice. Just like driving a car. We nned to follow the 'learning to drive' model to move from 'unconscious incompetence to 'unconscious competence'

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3 Factors To Consider When Leading Successful Change In Your Organisation

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We live in a world where change is a constant and yet many employees find change uncomfortable, some even fear it. What can you do to lead change successfully for all concerned? In this week’s post we share 3 steps to leading change. Click here.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 16, 11:18 AM

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Creating the Right Startup Culture for Your Team

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We know the stereotypes of startup culture, but founders have choices when building an organization. Here are some tips for building a healthy community.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 9, 12:38 PM

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Bad Ideas Rock!  A Lesson Every Startup Should Learn

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How Bad Ideas Become Good Ideas

Haunting, miserable and heartbreaking failure is nothing anyone every thinks will happen to them. Yet, failure is a necessary step says this Inc process post every startup should read.

Inc's focus is on how bad ideas impact design, but truths shared, far from self-evident, are good to learn. Bad things become good things by recognition and listening. Bad design becomes a good design by tweaking, testing, and more listening.  


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, June 27, 8:43 AM

Haunting miserable failure is a necessary condition of good design. For every charmed life capable of creating winning design from the jump there are thousands that must fail first. The "Charmed" are clearly exceptions to the rule as this Inc post shares. 

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10 Tools to Help Automate Your Small Business Tasks

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Whenever you can automate a task, do it.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, June 25, 9:13 AM

 

Many of the tasks involved in operating a small business are repetitive tasks, that if automated, will save time and effort forever after. Some tools are well known and others lesser so, but awareness of all that is available to you, enables you to make better decisions regarding what could and should be automated. The ten tools discussed in this article are well worth exploring, and I would be very surprised, if you can't find a few to make your business more efficient.

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15 Ways To Increase Engagement Without Being Too Self-Promotional

15 Ways To Increase Engagement Without Being Too Self-Promotional | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Create value for your customers.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, June 20, 3:35 AM

 

Many businesses promoting their products or services online, make the common mistake of over-promoting themselves and their offerings, and wonder why they do not get the engagement they expect from their target audience. The evergreen 80/20 rule applies in this situation as everywhere else; 80% of published content not about you, and no more than 20% promotional content spruiking yourself or your products or services. This tip is just one of 15 provided in this article, that should prove useful to any business not receiving the engagement they expect, from their content marketing endeavours.

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6 Dynamic Ways to Serve Your Clients

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Client service is a vital ingredient in any business.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, September 5, 3:37 AM

 

How you serve the needs of your clients/customers will directly impact on your business bottom line. Most businesses have room for improvement in how they respond to service requests and some need to seriously overhaul their processes. This article can be used to see where your business could improve in six key areas.

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20 Smart Ways to Generate more Business Leads 

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Even with the best product your business is doomed to fail if you don't get enough leads. This article unpacks 20 ways you can generate more leads right now
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How to Get Better at Achieving Your Goals

How to Get Better at Achieving Your Goals | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Christine Carter follows these research-backed steps to turn her good intentions into successful achievements.

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, August 29, 11:40 AM
A very practical framework for achieving your goals.
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 Great strategy for operationalizing goal progress.
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How to Choose the Best CRM for Your Small Business

How to Choose the Best CRM for Your Small Business | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it
Maintaining relationships is an important part of running a business. We'll look at 5 things to consider when finding the best CRM for your small business.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 23, 9:40 AM

 

All small businesses get to the point, where spreadsheets can no longer cut it when it comes to managing a growing number of customers, and their interactions with the business. When faced with the range of available options in the CRM world, it is not surprising that it is not easy selecting which CRM, will best suit your business and the way it operates. This article suggests five things to take into account, when contemplating the process of selecting the right CRM, for your business needs.

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5 Best Apps for Time Management

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While working online may save us a lot of time, it's caused chaos in terms of managing all of our tasks. Thankfully, there are apps for that. We've rounded up five of the best tools to help you get organized.

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, August 13, 10:10 PM

 

How effectively you utilise your time each day, will determine how little or how much progress you make, towards achieving your overall business goals. When you spend a lot of time online, your day can disappear in the blink of an eye, and you can end the day no closer to achieving your major goals. Help is at hand via time management apps which are freely available, and some of the best apps, are outlined in this article for those that need this form of assistance.

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10 Tricks To Immediately Make Your Day More Productive

10 Tricks To Immediately Make Your Day More Productive | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it

We’ve all had those days: You’re under pressure to get things done, but you can’t seem to accomplish anything.

 

There is still hope. Here are a dozen strategies you can put to work immediately to help you salvage your day and get more done.


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Jerry Busone's curator insight, August 4, 7:55 AM

Many of these work ...when Im at my peak performance Im staring my day with quick lists and doing 5 tasks no longer than 9 minutes each to jump start my day... Read -Write-Social Media _ etc etc ...

CCM Consultancy's curator insight, August 7, 1:32 AM

Being busy isn’t the same as being productive, Bailey says. Be sure you’re not craving activity instead of meaningful accomplishment.

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7 + 3 Lessons You Should Learn From My Failed Startup

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7 + 3 Lessons From Failed Startups
Great Inc post on lessons from a failed startup include:

 

1. Consider the entire experience

2. Raise money when you can not when you need too

3. Don't give away equity too soon or too fast

 

Read the other 4 from the Inc post: https://www.inc.com/yoram-solomon/7-lessons-you-should-learn-from-my-failed-startup.html ;

 

I'd add three of my own lessons from my "failed startup":

 

1. Don't think in terms of success and failure, win and lose. Think about impact, learning, and potential. Startups require a more nuanced sense of win/lose. 

 

2. Don't hire your friends even if they are the right people because you are probably blind to faults, issues, or other "round peg in square hole" problems with friends. 

 

3. Create any startup in collaboration with customers. Don't do the "mad inventor" thing and go off and think you've created a better mousetrap. You won't. Instead, collaborate and build on what you learn from real customers facing immediate problems. 


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, July 19, 8:10 AM

Seven tips from Inc and three from me and the Curagami team. 

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How to Use Video Marketing on Each Social Media Platform

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Each social media site is designed to serve a different purpose, so we use it differently. It’s no surprise, then, that we’ll watch—and expect—different types of video on each platform.

 

 


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Sathish Ch's curator insight, July 19, 9:56 AM

Video Marketing  Insights on Social Media

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Every platform has their own nuances. When ever you can share video it's a plus, more and more people are engaged in watching videos.
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Understanding Strengths for Work and Life

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The tag line of My Zen Path is ‘Rethinking work and life’. When one thinks of regular work life, one is reminded of the constant developmental feedback that are part of every performanc…

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, July 9, 6:35 AM
My new post about Strengths (Gallup /VIA) - this time a guest post on My Zen Path.
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The 18 hottest enterprise startups of 2017

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Hot Startups This Year
We're half-way through 2017 and its time to showcase some startup stars. We chose a metric called a "valuation step up" to select this list.


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, July 5, 8:32 AM

18 new to us hot startups. Interesting to see how many categories and business models these 18 hot startups cross and utlize 

Ilya Movshovich's curator insight, July 5, 3:00 PM
Take a look at this list of startups!  
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Startups: Conventional Wisdom Says 90% Fail. Data Says Otherwise.

Startups: Conventional Wisdom Says 90% Fail. Data Says Otherwise. | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it

Failure Not So Bad, But Learn The Ropes

This Fortune post is encouraging and informative. Encouraging because fewer startups fail than urban myth predicts and informative because insights shared about learning the rules of the road are accurate to our startups experience. 

If you think creating a startup is unstructured and free you'd be wrong, very wrong. Startups have an intricate ballet of rules, gatekeepers, and customs. Ignore any of those things at your startup's absolute peril. 

I don't think my startup failed due to impolite attention to rules and regulations. We failed because we didn't have the right people sitting in the right seats on the bus. Friends and business partners can be one and the same, but hiring friends creates more work not less. 

When hiring friends you need to guard against your assumptions and playing rough can be harder with friends. Playing rough is needed because every startup is a life or death struggle against time, competition and the evolution of markets. This post shares all of that and more. A good read for any wannabe startup entrepreneur. 


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Internet Of Things Is Disrupting Marketing Attribution, & Marketing ROI Will Never Be The Same

Internet Of Things Is Disrupting Marketing Attribution, & Marketing ROI Will Never Be The Same | Executive Coaching & Mentoring | Scoop.it

IOT As Disruption
Marketing attribution has been a mess for years and, as this Forbes post shares, it is about to get worse thanks to the Internet of Things (IOT). Not hard to see why either. 

More than just a gizillion URLs running around headless and in the middle of an e-commerce merchant's funnel potentially hurts, biut the everyone looks at everything differently thing is a killer. Any marketer who has changed, even slightly, their product listings knows how hard patching old and new data together can become. Now imagine that data quilt when metrics from different paths are encrypted differently. 

Going to be a FORTUNE to be made in knitting all this junk together and filtering out the noise. Startups are you listening?



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