Telling our stories, and sharing our knowledge, is the easy part. The increasingly difficult piece is formatting our stories and catering to the infamous 'search engine' in order to ensure that our stories are actually told; that people can actually learn from us.
Can you read people? Do you know how individuals are going to react based on their expressions and posture? Many times, the ability to read people, or read a room, often comes from a combination of natural intuition and a general knowledge of the various cultures that make up our global landscape. According to Digital Body… Continue reading Body Talk
Just as you can create an outline for the creative piece of your writing, you can also consider using the following press release outline as a way to guide you through formatting your publications.
Today, social media is a platform that none of us can afford to ignore. While it's not going to grow you a magic beanstalk to the golden goose, without social media, you're destined to be left out of the conversation, and forgotten.
I will not claim to be an expert on website development, search engine optimization, or anything in between. However, I can share with you what I’ve learned from watching, and listening to, other people along the way. Creating a website, or any online presence, can be a big undertaking depending on your IT knowledge.… Continue reading So you want to make a website
I will be writing a lot about what I learned at the Forbes Under 30 Summit however, here's a start to get you thinking about this new trend called, "authenticity".
My favorite tool when looking at the business model is, The Business Model Canvas. For now, we’ll just cover the key points discussed in developing a business model for your business plan.
In this post we'll be talking mostly about how to determine the viability of your industry -- In other words, is your industry sexy.
A follow up from my last blog post about what investors look for in a business plan. There will be a series of posts that break down each section of the business plan outline I provided starting here, with the value proposition.
After a recent meeting with a retiring Venture Capitalist, I walked away with a notebook filled with, "Business Plan", notes and an unimaginable excitement for our next workshop session. The information I'm receiving in invaluable and I couldn't help but share it with you! Don't be shy, comment and ask questions - let's spark some great entrepreneurial conversations!