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May 2nd, 2019
In Jay Abraham’s invaluable book, “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got“, he outlines 21 ways you can out-think, out-perform, and out-earn your competition. If you know anything about Jay Abraham, you know he’s a master of marketing … but not in the common traditional sense. His expertise and authority comes from his
April 21st, 2019
It’s no secret that most companies direct marketing dollars to top of the funnel activity. While necessary at some level, most top of funnel activity has the lowest conversion rate and generally the highest cost per acquisition. Where many businesses fail with their marketing is in leveraging the advocacy of the loyal customers they’ve converted
April 12th, 2019
We’ve all heard the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” When CEOs and business owners are exploring the idea of joining a LXCouncil group, they always want to know what actually occurs at a monthly group meeting. We recently created an infographic that helps illustrate what our members experience, as well as the
April 5th, 2019
As a CEO or Business owner, have you ever felt like you don’t have enough time to do what you need to in order to take your company to the next level? What if you had a team of peers with your same issues, obstacles, and desire to improve themselves that can share THEIR insights
March 30th, 2019
In the book, “Visibility Marketing,” by David Avrin (Visibility International), businesses are challenged to position themselves on a Visibility Matrix through the eyes of a prospective customer or client. The matrix looks like this: Avrin asks businesses to plot where they are today, then plot where they want to be a year from now
March 22nd, 2019
Ever hear the common leadership phrase, “Leaders are readers?” Consider this : simply because it’s common, doesn’t make it true. We subscribe more to Mark Miller’s philosophy (author of “The Secret – What Great Leaders Know and Do”, as well as, “The Heart of Leadership”) . He purports that the best leaders are learners. Learning can
March 15th, 2019
Being “Agile” in your leadership style can directly translate to agility in your business or corporation. History is littered with very successful companies with leadership that did not adapt to changing conditions in the marketplace. The last Blockbuster store in the world is in Oregon. Think of the thousands of stores that existed just a
March 1st, 2019
Arguably one of the greatest entrepreneurs and business moguls of all time, Richard Branson inspires business leaders across the globe with not only his charisma and free spirit, but also with his keen business sense and leadership philosophy. It’s difficult to narrow his insightful quotes down to five for business leaders to take to heart,
February 22nd, 2019
As leaders, we often think we need to act like we know it all. If we turn to our team members with a question we don’t know the answer to, we might appear weak. If we turn to a peer about a business problem, they might think we’re incompetent. In reality, this couldn’t be further
February 15th, 2019
The best leaders are also great listeners. It’s not always a skill that comes naturally, especially in today’s world with the rapid pace and multitude of distractions at our fingertips. You know this if: you’re guilty of looking at your phone while someone is speaking to you looking past a person who is talking to