Written by entrepreneur and performance psychology expert Joshua Medcalf, Chop Wood, Carry Water is a short and easy read with great lessons and examples. “For me, it was much more effective to read and learn from the boy’s experiences than to just read about the lesson and what needs to be done to improve,” explains Daryl. “I like seeing the application and learning the ‘why’ behind the principle.”
If you are a Cancer, you are known for making the best of every situation, ensuring you and others can smoothly work through every new task or project. Change, however, can be difficult and distressing, so lean into your talent for taking control during a rocky time. Take the bull by the horns—or the crab by the claws—and make the new challenge yours!
Effective marketing materials will communicate your firm's strengths and advantages, giving support to your technical staff when meeting with clients and in developing capture strategies.
Now more than ever, knowing how to conduct online training is a must for marketing and management staff. In these times of uncertainty, firms must be nimble in the ways they pursue their long-term strategic planning goals. This means providing your professionals with the right tools to keep them on track to meet overall marketing and new business development goals and objectives. Most of these tools can be provided through training and coaching, so you'll want to be at the top of your game with for training online.
The MARKETLINK team has had the privilege of working from home for quite a few years. Our staff members have always worked remotely, and we have definitely tried everything in the book to figure out the best system. If this experience is new to you and your firm, here are some of our suggestions that might help you get—and stay—on track.
“Make Your Bed” shares ten principles, each illustrated through a story. The book stresses accomplishment, teamwork, leadership, kindness, and inspiration.
Whether you’re a marketing coordinator looking to build your knowledge base and enhance your skills or a firm principal looking to build connections that will lead to business opportunities, the hundreds of resources available at smps.org are at your fingertips.
We’ve all heard the adage “the best way to get somewhere is a straight line,” but author Rich Christiansen suggests otherwise. Christiansen is an entrepreneur who has founded or cofounded more than 30 businesses. Some of them were colossal failures, others were multi-million-dollar successes.
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