The Emotional Entrepreneur: How To Move Forward After Hitting A Wall
The difference between success and failure is how long you decide to wallow in your own self-pity. It's not okay to let everything go by the wayside with your business. You need to figure out what to do to get out of the pit you dug for yourself.So what can you do to keep moving forward after hitting a wall?
Here are a few things to try when you find yourself having trouble getting back into a productive mindset:
How Laughter Is the Best Medicine For Work and PlayIf laughing can help to remedy personal obstacles, can it also help you to improve your business?Indeed it can!
6 Key Ways To Stop Your Business Blog From Being "Blah"
Blogs are one of the most cost-effective marketing tools in your arsenal. While they aren't always easy and they take up time to write them, the benefits of a GOOD business blog make them worth doing.
Do you know how to write good blog content?
Let's go over 8 tips on how to take your blog from "blah" to "blazing."
Quit Is A 4-Letter Word: 5 Ways To Improve Mental ToughnessI had the opportunity to speak with Mental Performance Coach and Speaker, Lauren Johnson. Lauren is the former Mental Conditioning Coordinator for the New York Yankees. She explained mental toughness as "showing up as the best version of yourself regardless of the situation."That sounded great for a professional athlete, but I wanted to know how it applied to entrepreneurs or amateur athletes. What could we learn about mental toughness skills to improve our own performance?Lauren offered a simple answer: "Let your struggles form your strengths." Then she offered these tips for improving our mental toughness:
Want To Get The Edge On Your Competition For Free? Try CourtesyIs courtesy in business nearly extinct? Perhaps we should be doing more to save courtesy and let it thrive. After all, it can have tremendous positive impact for both customers and businesses.
Do You Know How To Write Right? SEO vs CopyWriting vs Content Writing
As a small business owner, you know you need to get your message across to potential customers. You also know the best way to get the most impact is by employing a freelance copywriter, SEO writer, or content creator.
But do you know which type of professional service you need?
Extra, Extra...Read All About It: 10 Secrets To Writing Better Headlines
You could make a strong argument that the headline is the single most important piece of your copy.Without a catchy headline, the benefits of your product might never be seen.So how do you create a headline that grabs attention? Let's look at 10 ways you can improve your headlines.
It's All In the Details: Why Descriptive Parts of Speech Are So ImportantWe live in an age of fitting everything into 100 characters or less in our social media posts. The "less is more" era of copywriting. But is it actually more?
Could A Smiley Face Be Bad For Business? Using Emojis In Your CopyEmojis. Everywhere you look, there seems to be a new symbol popping up to greet you. Estimates state that 92% of people globally use emojis in their online communications. But as prevalent as they may be, are they appropriate to use in your business copy?
What's Your Hurry? Do Copy Deadlines Matter? 7 Reasons they do!I've heard some interesting ideas on deadlines recently. Some believe deadlines are detrimental, that they cause resentment between colleagues. Some say it kills creativity and motivation. Others say it creates undue stress in your work environment.I say you might want to readjust your stance on deadlines.Deadlines aren't a detriment. They're a benefit.How can a deadline benefit you?
Here are 7 reasons it pays to hit your deadlines.
The 411 On Your Business FAQ: Do These Questions Matter?Unfortunately, many businesses owners treat their FAQ section as an afterthought. Some skip it completely.But is a Frequently Asked Questions section that important to your business website?
Copywriters Are Great Spellers! This and Other Myths About What We Do.It turns out there's a lot of confusion about what copywriting is and what we do. How can a small business owner figure out if they need our services if they can't figure out what we actually offer?Let's see if I can break it down for you:
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