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Wed. Nov. 22, 2017: In Prep for the Holiday

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Waxing Moon
Neptune Retrograde
Uranus Retrograde

Yesterday was busy. I managed to get some writing done in the morning, then worked on-site with a client for the bulk of the day, prepping samples for her 2018 collection (she’s a designer, and I’m learning the collection so that I can write about it). 604 more words

Developing Business During the Holiday Season

Marketing is all about relationships.  What better time to focus on your marketing and business development than around the holidays, when people are focused on their closest personal and business relationships?  486 more words

Branding

How I feel about virgins as an escort

There are many ways to make me feel the warm fuzzies. Referencing a passing comment I made several dates previous, sending me a gift card to one of my favorite online shops, and massaging my feet will all make my brain tingle. 423 more words

Experiences

3 Awesome Ways To Amaze Your Client or Prospect, From Video Chat to Follow Through

Nothing replaces personal contact when you’re looking to grow your business or hit sales goals. Whether you are face-to-face in a boardroom or side-by-side in a café, those valuable hours in person with a prospect or customer go a long way toward kick starting or strengthening a long-term relationship. 464 more words

Business

Emergence client, Noblegen, adds former General Mills executive as advisor

Peterborough, Ontario-based Emergence client, Noblegen Inc. has announced the appointment of industry veteran, Jim Kirkwood, as an advisor. Kirkwood will support the commercialization of Noblegen’s ingredients, as well as the venture’s new product innovation. 559 more words

News

Why you might say no to working with a client

Not every client is going to be the right fit for you. Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute for some advice about the benefits of saying no to working with a potentially difficult client.

Business Tips

My Favorite Client

I have a secret: I have an all-time favorite client. I know, I know, clients are supposed to be like children, right? It’s bad form to have a favorite? 428 more words