Monthly Blog Archives: November 2012


What’s Stuck In Your Brain?
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

I recently saw the new Muppet Movie that came out last year. For those of you who don’t remember (or didn’t watch) there used to be a television show called The Muppet Show back when I was a kid in the 1970’s.

The Muppet Show was like a grownup version of Sesame Street. The premise was this group of muppets had to put on a show each night and this show was always teetering on the edge of certain disaster. Acts were always going wrong — like the turkey jumping out of the Chef’s cooking pot and chasing the Chef around with the knife or a muppet accidentally blowing himself up.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


Getting Ready for the New Year – Part 1
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It’s hard to believe, the new year is right around the corner. And soon enough, you’ll be wanting to set new resolutions for your business to achieve even more success.

Yet, setting those goals can often feel overwhelming. After all, it can be tough to choose a few goals that will really be the ‘winners’.

But in order to obtain that success you desire, you need to get motivated. Over the next few blogs, I’ll be sharing some tips to get and stay motivated for 2013.

To move forward, you must look back.

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The Top Business Growth Strategy: Pick Your Ugliest Frog First
Laureen Wishom - The Growth * Success * Acceleration Expert

The other day I was straightening up the books on the book shelf in my home office.  Before I knew it, I had opened the book: Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy.

I had the opportunity to meet him at the 2012 National Speaker Association’s Winter Conference.

In case you may not know, Mr. Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout theUS,Canadaand 55 other countries worldwide.

By Laureen Wishom


Let Me Give You My Cash Flow Strategies In This This FREE Video Coaching Series
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Have you noticed that it takes more than “positive thinking” to grow your business?

I mean, seriously, you can’t “think” about growing your business and expect it to magically happen.

Here’s the truth…

I’ve been in business now for 12 years and I’ve discovered what it takes to grow a successful, thriving  business are PRACTICAL, POSITIVE ACTIONS.

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Time-Saving E-mail Tool: Using okdo.it for Project Planning and Productivity
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Time-saving tools are at a premium.  Whether you are an entrepreneur, a blogger, an on-line business owner, or someone who simply wants to be able to make the most of her time, having the right tools makes all the difference.

But there are thousands of interesting new ideas that vie for our attention every day.   So, any tool that helps you optimize your time so that you can explore, create, prioritize, produce, connect, and expand your reach would be a real find, wouldn’t it?

By Paula Eder


Being Grateful for Your Business
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What’s the key to a great business? Being grateful you have customers, prospects, subscribers and followers. After all these people are the lifeblood of your business.

That’s why in order to be grateful, you need to pay attention to the quality of those relationships. Each person you connect with needs to know that they’re appreciated.

Let me share some questions to answer for you to get serious about your relationships in your business:

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Solo-E Expert Q&A – Social Media Time Management
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

Welcome to the second installment in our Solo-E Expert Q&A series. Every few weeks we offer our Subscribers and Facebook Fans the opportunity to pose a question to our Experts via Facebook. The combined wisdom of our Experts is then posted here on the Solo-E blog.

Sue Kennedy of Queensland, Australia, had a great question about Time Management and Social Media. Sue asks:

How do I go about “managing social media without feeling the need to be constantly checking… customers seem to want instant answers, but you can get trapped by getting nothing else done…”

Our Solo-E Certified Experts replied:

By Terri Zwierzynski


Soaring with Spirit
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This weekend I spent time with friends and family and am in gratitude for so many wonderful things in my life including the delightful folks in my community like you.  That’s why I decided to offer my Soaring With Spirit Program (normally $247) for only $39.75 this week.
Plus you can enjoy one month in The Cosmic Living Room and my Leading Edge Living  Success Program for free!

If you truly desire the secret of developing a more personal connection to your Higher Self, as well as the tremendous shifts you’ll experience in your life as a result, be sure to check outSoaring With Spirit: Four Powerful Weeks to Your Accelerated Guidance.

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Tips For Outsourcing Your Survey Needs To A Virtual Assistant
Sophie Zollmann - Certified Online Business Manager/Social Media Manager

Surveys are a great way to find out more information on what your market would like you to cover on your blog, what your customers need help with, and if someone is interested in hearing more about your business and what you offer.

Surveys are easy to create and work perfectly for your business if you know how to use the information they send to you. You may find it’s easy to write the questions, but once the information is received you may be at a loss. While you know you need to do something with it, you may not have the time to get it done.

By Sophie Zollmann


What’s the Difference Between Features and Benefits?
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

“Hi Michele,I’m working on getting my head around the difference between features and benefits. You explained in Conversion Secrets that If you’re talking about the features of a red pen, you say “the pen is red.” If you’re talking in benefits, you say ” the pen is red so if I drop it in my purse I can find it easily.”

The features of my business:I help you follow-through, by getting you to do the stuff you say you want to do but can’t seem to get yourself to do. <—-That’s red pen talk, right?

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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