A friend of mine, who is the CEO of a highly respected regional ad agency, was fuming. He was having to sit through a branding workshop because of the invitation of a client. Plus, he knew he needed to hear what his client would be hearing so he wouldn’t be caught off guard by some enthusiastic idea generated by the workshop speaker. What he and his client heard was nothing new. No great revelations on branding. Certainly nothing that he and his agency had not been telling the client what needed to be done. The only difference was that the person leading the workshop wrote a book on branding! It positioned that person as being the expert in the mind of the client. You’ve probably had a similar experience.
Wakeboarding can be a breath of fresh air for a workout because it’s a sport that takes you outdoors and out on the water. Feeling the wind blowing and the water rushing against your feet with the mist from the water blowing against you. Of course those are just some of the perks to using this as a workout. It gets to be a pretty refreshing experience.
To be an expert, you must 1) project confidence in your voice and physical posture, 2) have thorough knowledge of your products and services, 3) BRAG a little!
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Discipline – A blog that’s worth money is one that is filled with good, solid content. Don’t think you can slap up one post and make a million dollars off of it overnight. And although some people have the motivation to create several football posts at the beginning of their blog ‘s life, it is the few who have the stamina to keep going that really make it.
Invite your readers to comment on your posts and respond to their comments. Weigh in and share their opinions in your comments on every post. And when they do have something to say, acknowledge their comments, even when their viewpoint differs from your own.
So, not that anyone cares, seeing as there isn’t a team from the area playing, and Yuengling doesn’t look like it has any plans to start selling in Boston anytime soon, but I am dubbing this The Yuengling Series.