Networking When You Can’t

The global pandemic is upon us.  Over the past 36 hours I’ve had two speaking engagements cancel and numerous events get put on hold. That could be a hard situation for a networker who relies on face-to-face contact to keep his network vibrant and alive. So what’s a networker to do when he can’t network?  …

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I Think I Finally Heard the Roar of the Crowd

Musicians and performing artists get it often. For the writer or content creator. out end product is less visible and often passed by or even ignored. Not that it isn’t read or good.  But appreciation, that’s another story. Yet the other day I heard it.  That crowd.  The applause. After a client meeting I rode …

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When Worlds Collide: Clients Working With Clients

It was one of those times when the stars seemed to align. It isn’t always convenient (or a good idea) to have your clients work together. Yet, there are times that it really can’t be avoided because it is just too good of an idea. Recently my long-time client, Claire Billingsley, had a schedule that …

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Sometimes A Window Opens a Door

    When my website development partner, Chris (Howay) called it was seemingly out of the blue. He had finished a website for a new client being managed by a friend and they asked him a question that made him think of me. They wanted to go to a trade show and weren’t quite sure …

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