Gino Wickman’s book, “Traction – Get What You Want From Your Business” documents a system, called EOS, for entrepreneurs can use to run their businesses. What distinguishes the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) from other systems is that it includes practical tools and processes for entrepreneurs to actually gain traction in their businesses – to increase revenues and profits.
Are you having as much trouble as I am keeping up with the Social Media information flow? I am definitely struggling with Twitter, which, in my humble opinion, represents the most diverse and rich source of information. Here is my latest method for trying to keep up with my top Tweets.
8 things you can do in LinkedIn to help you in your job search. These are the actions I advise job seekers to engage in in addition to the other components of their job search strategy. I am sure that the rest of you have thought of even more creative things to do within LinkedIn to help people find jobs. Let us know what they are; share them with responses to this post.
How do you turn down a LinkedIn invitation to connect networks with someone? Your answer probably depends on how and why you are using LinkedIn. Specifically it relates to where you come down on the side of quantity in the “quantity vs quality” connections debate.
A client recently asked recently asked “[In LinkedIn] I started asking connections for introductions and quickly got the message that I have used all mine up? How many do I get? For what period?” Read my response here.
Slumdog Millionaire supports Friedman’s “The World is Flat”. So what’s the point? Read “The World Is Flat”. As a solopreneur consultant we can take advantage of the technologies available to us from anywhere as well partnerships around the world to offer services only our larger brethren could have offered previously. In 2009 we had all better figure out how to do more for and be more valuable to our prospects and clients if we want to thrive.
Successful sales people are great leaders; so are the best consultants. They suggest different ways to look at common problems. They view things from their customers point of view. Most importantly they add value to each interaction or transaction they are a part of throughout their careers