Today is Thursday but I like to call it thoughtful Thursday. Friday is just around the corner and we’re all busy trying to get everything done before the week is over. That’s why I challenge everyone to stop. Make today thoughtful Thursday.
And just like that, the holidays are behind us. The celebrations, family gatherings, gift giving and binge watching of college football are finished and 2018 is here.Yes, it’s a new year and everyone is talking about new year’s resolutions.
In my last blog post I shared my top 10 list of things NOT to do at holiday parties. This week, I am going to keep things positive and share my top ten list of things TO do. With all the family obligations around the holidays, I know that attending multiple parties and office drop-ins can seem like an unnecessary stress.
There is probably not much of an opportunity to generate new business at holiday parties but there is GREAT risk in losing business if you’re not careful. The possible pitfalls are endless and no one wants to be remembered in a negative way.
How can it be that time of year again? Feels like only yesterday the baseball season was starting and I was writing about summer marketing ideas. Now we are more than half way through the college football season with the holidays fast approaching.
In the second installment of the “Start Small” series, I want to take a look at an incredibly undervalued part of your marketing plan. It’s right there on your firm’s website for everyone to see, yet if I had to make a wager I would probably say you haven’t given much thought to its power or potential.
Like many of us, I watched the news for the past month and couldn’t help but feel a little overwhelmed. While Hurricane Irma was making its way to Florida, I was in New York City working with a client.