Posts Tagged ‘technology’

How To Teach Classes Online: What Tools To Use

Photo credit When I first started my business I wondered how I could reach more people with my teachings, and maybe you’re wondering how to teach classes online too. There are certainly many different ways to teach classes online, from pre-recorded audio and video, to PDF handouts or slides, but today we’re going to focus…

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i025 Steve Chow – Automating vs. Engaging With Customers Led To 7 Figure Earnings

This is a really fun interview with Steve Chow because he talks about something I believe is super important to having a successful business – balancing automation vs engaging with customers. We all want to use automation when scaling our companies – or when creating companies where we have to do less work. But over-utilizing automation can cause you to…

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Email Game Review – How To Spend Less Time On Email

My clients and business friends often mention their email overload situations… but what if we could turn things around using something as simple as making an email game? As children, we used to turn everything into a game. From tea parties with faeries, to jumping over sidewalk cracks to avoid crocodiles, and playing hide and…

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How To Live and Work Anywhere

I’m really grateful that I’m able to live and work anywhere because of the business structures I’ve put in place. Photo credit In the past few months I’ve traveled to: Austin, Texas Los Angeles, California Carmel By The Sea, California Portland, Oregon And New York City 4 times (is it any wonder I’m relocating there?)…

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Email Overload – Strategies To Reduce Email Overload

Photo credit I’m hard pressed to think of anyone who isn’t experiencing email overload on a regular basis (except my grandmother, she still loves getting new emails!). That’s why I think it’s so important for each of us to take on the task of learning some new strategies to reduce email overload. Today’s getting techy…

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How to Outsource Technical Work – The Right Way

This week I’m talking about a topic that you’ll need to tackle one day soon enough as your business grows: how to outsource technical work. When it comes to outsourcing technical stuff, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go. In today’s video I’ll talk about the three reasons why you need to…

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How To Make Business Decisions

Photo credit One of the things they don’t teach you in school (or anywhere else, really) is how to make business decisions. In fact, making business decisions that are profitable, sound, and spiritually rewarding is a skill that all small business owners should learn. I’m happy to share with you my top three tips for…

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Avoid Costly Mistakes by Knowing When to Buy Your Electronics

Photo credit If you’re reading this, you’re likely on some type of electronic device like a computer, a phone, or a tablet. So when do you plan to upgrade your electronics? If you’re like me, you don’t want to buy a new computer when there is a new version coming out a week or two…

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The Lean Startup – What Creative Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Startups

I’ve recently had the pleasure of reviewing the book The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. It’s geared toward start ups, naturally, but there are so many take aways that apply to online business owners, creative entrepreneurs, and solopreneurs… I just had to share them with you. I’ve personally worked at two different start ups in…

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Rapportive Review :. high tech AND high touch

Photo credit These days online businesses need to be both high tech and high touch. We’re no longer doing business face to face, but maybe we can find a way to recreate that warm and fuzzy feeling. It is so easy to reach out to a new person via e-mail or social networks. The problem…

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