I am honored to have my book listed in the Inside919.com rotating book display of local published writers ( The full title is: Finding Our Fire- Enhancing Men's Connection to: Heart, Passion and Strength ) ! You can see it on the main page:
For anyone that wants to learn more about my book:
or the blog about it:… Read More
Added by Martin Brossman on July 30, 2008 at 11:30am —
Well my sweetie (Michelle) and our 2 soon to be Juniors (Mariah and Eli) set out this past weekend to 'check out' Appalachian State in Boone NC.
Don't know what's next on the 'opportunities tour' but I can say a couple things from my experience with helping their older brother and sister start to make their way in the world.
First thing... Each will go in their own way
- Our eldest son Jens (22), decided that college was not his direct path and so joined… Read More
Added by Pat Howlett on July 29, 2008 at 8:30am —
This weekend, I worked on a project I had left off of my schedule for some time. Since it was a personal endeavor, I ended up sliding it at the bottom of the to do list day after day. There were more important projects to work on, ones that would build clientele and pay the bills. Yet this writing project had always been there- nagging at me.
After more than a year of saying to myself and my husband, Barton- we really do need to work on this project, I began researching what needed… Read More
Added by Megan Cutter on July 28, 2008 at 12:07pm —
A couple of weeks ago, I received my first speeding ticket- ever, since I began driving. The worst part was I wasn't on the highway, which I admit I usually drive faster than I should. I was around the corner from our house.
I had been one of those mornings; we've all had them. I was late for a meeting. As I was walking out the door, the plumber drove up. He blocked my car in the driveway and then told me he was allergic to dogs, so I ran in to put our back lab on a leash, which I… Read More
Added by Megan Cutter on July 24, 2008 at 6:21am —
Recently, a friend forwarded me the speech J.K. Rowling gave to Harvard graduates entitled The Fringe Benefits of Failing and the Importance of Imagination
Why is it so hard to think there are benefits to failing? As a child, I was conditioned to think I was supposed to be perfect, and the inability to live up to those standards created a vicious cycle of insecurity and doubt, which only recently I have been able to look at… Read More
Added by Megan Cutter on July 23, 2008 at 6:30am —
When my husband I moved to Raleigh in 2005, I made the transition from a corporate position in trade show advertising to contract and freelance writing. Over the last few years I have looked at how to manage my creative lifestyle. The creative part of my brain throws the rules out the window, moves spontaneously and flows from one idea to another. On the other hand, the work must get done, the bills must be paid, and there needs to be some order of business and household… Read More
Added by Megan Cutter on July 21, 2008 at 5:02pm —
As a business owner, I bet you have often thought about how to create and mantain momentum in your business. I know I sure have. It is an ongoing challenge.
The article I am sharing "On A Roll: Building Sales Momentum"
provides some valuable insights and approaches to having momentum in your business.
Read, enjoy and use the article in your business. I'd also be interested in your… Read More
Added by Bill Davis on July 17, 2008 at 9:58am —
A surveillance camera captured the bear's shopping trip, and I have to admit, aside from smashing the sliding glass door, it looks exactly like our
last shopping trip to Circuit City. Hello? Does anyone work here?
"Colorado Springs police say that the vandal who broke into a closed Circuit City wasn't trying to steal electronics — it was a confused black bear.
Apparently, the bear panicked after setting off an alarm at a nearby restaurant. He smashed through the… Read More
Added by Michelle Gower-WordPress Mentor on July 16, 2008 at 12:15pm —
Over the years, several many people who are always involved, know the area, understand their business and understand how to make their business work in a satisfying manner; have helped me with my questions, concerns and inability to understand that having a massage practice be successful isn't about "just doing massage work". To have a successful practice, self development has been the key.
I have been blessed with the tools to create a fantastically successful company, yet my… Read More
Added by Phoenix Rector on July 16, 2008 at 9:47am —
A few questions people have asked about Scuba and the answers:
Q. What does it take to be able to go underwater and see cool stuff?
A.You need to have a willingness to have fun and be comfortable in the water. Be in medically fit shape
Q. What are the basic instructional requirements? How do I know I am getting good and safe instruction? What does it cost?
A. a Beginning student should be comfortable in the water and have a desire to learn. For students that are… Read More
Added by Kevin Alexander on July 12, 2008 at 9:00am —
From your career to your business, it is wise to think about the current and future conversation about you on the web.
When you have a talk with someone at a networking event, that conversation lasts only as long as you're speaking and in the memory of the people who were listening. Conversations on the web that may passionately express a strong opinion in the moment may live for years, long after the opinion has faded away.
Right now you are probably on the web… Read More
Added by Martin Brossman on July 10, 2008 at 2:33pm —
Check out my latest Podcast.. with Gary Davis - Networking in the South. Also if you like it please leave comments on the podcast.
Including: * The value of small talk and the weather.
* How these ideas can apply to all business networking.
* What does & does not work… Read More
Added by Martin Brossman on July 10, 2008 at 10:00am —
Don't forget, I've got plenty more where this comes from at my official blog, The Frugal Marketer
In the June issue of SPIRIT MAGAZINE
, the in-plane publication for Southwest Airlines (whom I absolutely adore), is an interesting article about the steady growth of video advertising. Here's an excerpt:
Advertisers have followed video… Read More
Added by Michelle Gower-WordPress Mentor on July 8, 2008 at 10:00am —
From a post
at Drew McClellan's Marketing Minute Blog.
Let's be honest. Most print ads in newspapers and magazines stink. We flip through the publications without a glance at the ads or their offers.
How can you avoid being nothing more than a blur?
Make sure your headline has stopping power
If your headline is a snooze, your ad will go unread. It's that simple.… Read More
Added by Michelle Gower-WordPress Mentor on July 7, 2008 at 12:56pm —
With inSide919 at 290 people think of one person that provides a good services or products and invite them to join!
Big Happy 4th of July from Washington DC!
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Added by Martin Brossman on July 4, 2008 at 12:31am —
If you work with colleagues who resist the idea of social media, you're not alone. In a post at his Web Ink Now
blog, David Meerman Scott says he often encounters marketers who insist their customers simply aren't online. According to their claims in recent conversations, tech-averse audiences include:
* Those who donate to humanitarian non-profits
* Workers for government agencies
* Senior executives at… Read More
Added by Michelle Gower-WordPress Mentor on July 2, 2008 at 9:36am —