If you’re looking for an easy way to make money online, you’re not alone. It seems as if everyone is looking for overnight wealth with no effort. Unless you are fortunate enough to win the lottery, that’s not going to happen. You can have the next best thing – make money doing what you love. Don’t let your mind start going south here. There are (hopefully) plenty of legitimate, respectable things you love to do. Maybe its sports, books, landscaping, crafts, knitting or HTML code – you name it, there are people reading about it.
During my travels, I have seen many start-ups for organizations. The best are those that all in the group have the same vision and have a clear path to the goal, but during a start up, often a path is unclear. When an unclear path happens, “gaps” are filled with not so great things. Here are a few types of those personalities that can rear their ugly head:
The Dreamer- It reminds me of when I was young and smoking pot with friends, and coming up with an idea. “Yeah man, and then we can…”. As you can imagine, no call to action with any of these “brilliant” ideas, and the dreamer loves to spend hours expanding on anything that gets everyone’s attention, Continue reading
First, let me say as a web professional, I have a very strong sales background connecting with clients including property management, IT, security, and of course desktop PC’s. I learned sales closing and marketing tactics over the years from a wide variety of companies. Some successful, and some not so much. My favorite source for the way I approach clients is not from a new modern model, but from a man who sold pots and pans, Zig Ziglar. In one of his books, he viewed almost everyone he encountered as a client in some capacity Continue reading
A lot of this business is resources, and resource management. But the thing I see too much, is many companies spend way too much time building a profile, and not the company infrastructure itself. When a prospective client comes to your company in need of work, not only are they given a short resume(is ok in the beginning), they are also supplied with little to meet their business needs except some words on how great your organization is.