Can you answer the question, “What do you really want?” How about its follow-up, “What would that give you?” And, most importantly, “What if you could have that now?”
The Young Entrepreneurs Council asks ten people, “How do you stay productive and get work done while traveling?”
Facebook continues to evolve, and now “Trending Articles” are popping up in news feeds. But beware, when it comes to what you read, you may be sharing far more than you think.
Before you can make effective use of the tools in the marketing toolbox, you first have to know who you want to reach and exactly what you want to say. In other words, you need to have a strategy. Without a strategy, your marketing message will lack both cohesion and effectiveness.
Are you the next Seth Godin, Malcolm Gladwell or Steve Jobs? Here are some things to keep in mind on your path to greatness.
Art & Design
My mind used to race with new ideas. New thoughts. New dreams. I was constantly inspired to produce. But where once inspiration flowed, my mind’s creativity has been replaced by fear, doubt, worry. Where I once heard a muse, I now hear the mocking laughter of pain and anxiety.
What if we all saw work as a communal effort to get all our needs met most effectively? What if we didn’t take for granted the assistance of others as if we were entitled to it?
Seth Godin offers his take on successful marketing and remarkable businesses.
Your business can be a clear and powerful expression of your big vision — if you invest in your own creative overhead.
Provide a color palette that speaks to clients, use readable fonts and have a consistent visual style — Pamela Wilson lays out some design basics you can use every day.