I never thought I’d hear the words ‘porn addiction’ on one of my coaching calls. I just hosted a coaching call all about identifying your hubs called “Seven Places to Find Your Perfect Clients”. We had five folks gathered who I was personally working with to help them sort out where they could find people. […]
identifying your hubs
Dan Blank (pictured here) has become one of my favourite bloggers. His posts always seem to just nail it on the themes of authenticity and effectiveness. And, recently, I’ve been seeing so many marketing workshops for authors and so I thought I’d do a little interview with Dan to get his take on it all.
I just wrote a facebook note that got a school two new perfect (and much needed) teachers in less than two weeks. And it reminded me about some important marketing principles. A couple of months ago, I got to reconnect over drinks with two old school mates Rachael and Netta (pictured right). We went to
Today I had a fun chat on googlechat with my pal Jaime Almond about how one goes about approaching a hub. And I thought I’d share it with you here. Jaime: I totally want to see you do a Become a Super Hub workshop have it be really hands on that would be so much
Do you want curiosity or do you want clients? I saw this poster on a mailbox in Toronto the other day and it made me think about the whole effectiveness of posters. Posters are often used to ‘get my name out there’. In fact, a lot of marketing is used in that way. Networking, handing
So, I think parties are one of the best marketing tools ever. I’ve been talking about it more and more – and here’s some proof! This is an excerpt from an interview I did with Joel Monk (JM) and Laurens van Aarle (LV) of Coaches Rising in Amsterdam. I think you’ll dig it. JM: So
What. A. Day. My day started off with a massage. I’ve decided this is a great way to start ones day. After that, I grabbed lunch with my friend Amber at the legendary Mondragon Cafe. Says there website . . . Mondragon is a political bookstore and vegan restaurant located in Winnipeg’s historic exchange district.
Thursday Night: I am in love with Winnipeg. My old friend Jeff Golfman picked me up at the airport today (arriving from Tour Stop #1 in Calgary yesterday. And he drove me straight to Woolsley. Woolsley is the cool, hippy neighbourhood in town. It’s full of old quaint houses and big old trees that are
We’re all embedded in vast social networks of friends, family, co-workers and more. Nicholas Christakis tracks how a wide variety of traits — from happiness to obesity — can spread from person to person, showing how your location in the network might impact your life in ways you don’t even know. [vsw id=”2U-tOghblfE” source=”youtube” width=”425″
Each of these components can help you attract more brand new clients and each level can help you get the most out of your existing relationships. The first component is the niche. The niche is your target market. It’s who you’re going after. This is the center of any marketing. When I talked to Dominic