Sometimes, when we’re doing something for the first time, we can stumble or falter just from the not-knowingness of it. Let’s talk about that.
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Entries by Margaret Rode
10 stories that you can easily share, in either juicy bite-sized portions or baked into blog posts or pages (can you tell I haven’t had breakfast yet?).
If I had my way, I’d hire everybody their own coach. They can give such great perspective. But since I can’t, I’d like you to meet both of mine.
A lot of storytelling happens in the commercial breaks between Super Bowl plays. Some of it is even good. What can we learn from what the ‘big guys’ are doing?
Online communities can’t replace 1-to-1 contact but they can connect us with faraway kindred spirits to learn more, relieve isolation, and grow our businesses.
Follow the breadcrumb trail back to find and celebrate the origin, the spark, of the things you’re most proud of today.
It’s a great time of year to make sure your website is tidy and ready for a new year. Here are a few bite-sized things to consider doing to wrap up your year.
When you see ‘best marketing practices’ in action and know what’s behind them, it can be a downer. But life is good, and so are you.
Everyone has off days, and although in theory people who work for themselves might have more freedom to cope with them, in practice it’s not always that easy…
To me, websites are a bit like people, with personalities, jobs, goals, and life stories. They also embody a sort of living conversation. What’s it saying to your audience?