Monthly Blog Archives: December 2013


What Does The Holiday Season Mean To You?
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For many people the holidays are a time of joy. It is a time of celebration and a time of family. You feel good inside and energized. You revel in the abundance of the year. For many, they look forward to Christmas and the Holidays. They are searching for the peace and contentment that can be found in the silence of a manger scene. Some are searching for the leap they feel in their heart as their children run out of their rooms to see what Santa has brought. It does not matter what it cost, for the smiles and laughter of their children are priceless.

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Want to Know How to Use Your Blog to Drive Traffic to Your Site? Read These
Michele A Scism - Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

I’ve been looking back through my blog as I create my content plan for 2014 (stay tuned – it will knock your socks off!) We’ve covered a lot of ground this year including:

• How to make more money with less effort
• Tips and tricks for using video in your business
• How to avoid common social media pitfalls.
• Quick and easy ways to reach your business financial goals.

And much, much more.

By Michele A Scism


2014: How to Get Your One Thing
Justin Krane - Money Strategist for Business Owners

The holidays. I hope you are having so much fun with your friends and family.

The feeling of connection, of tradition, of making meaningful memories is really what life is all about. Isn’t it?

For some of you, this may have been the first holiday without a close friend or family member with you because they have passed on. I feel for you. It must be really hard to not have that special person with you around the holidays – especially when it was a tradition for you.

By Justin Krane


Here We Go… and Here You Go!
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The bags are packed. The kids are wriggling out of their skin with excitement. (And frankly Matt and I are, too.)

Soon we’ll be leaving on our new adventure!

A few years ago, I wouldn’t have been able to do this without completely stopping my business. I simply had too much work to do. Although my dream was to work less to have time with family, it seemed that I had to work more (even with outsourcing many tasks) in order to make a good profit.

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It’s That Time Of Year
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Well, it’s that time again. We are approaching the end of the year…which means that a new one is on the way! This is the very best time to get to work on planning everything that you want to accomplish in 2013.

The Executive Summary usually appears at the beginning of your Business Plan…although it should be written last. Since it appears first we’ll highlight that today, but if you’ve never written a business plan before, just remember to complete this at the end.

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Top Lessons I’ve Learned from Being an Employedpreneur Expert
Laureen Wishom - The Growth * Success * Acceleration Expert

What’s an Employedpreneur – Here’s my definition: “An Employedpreneur is what I call a ‘Double E’ – an employee by day and entrepreneur by nights and weekends”

As a successful Employedpreneur and Balanced-Living Expert, I have learned many lessons over the past fourteen years.  Hopefully these lessons that I have learned will help you grow your business more effectively and without some of the stress and challenges that I faced over the years.

By Laureen Wishom


Fitness and You-Apps for Tracking Your Efforts in 2014
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Fitness often tops lists of New Year’s resolutions; and fitness efforts also often fall to the wayside fairly quickly as the New Year unfolds.

I thought I’d share a few fitness apps that we’ve been reading about here at The Time Finder.

By Paula Eder


Did You Pocket Dial Me?
Justin Krane - Money Strategist for Business Owners

I knew it was you. You must have sat on your phone. I heard your whole conversation. Ya know, the one where you were talking about the fact that…

  • You don’t like tuna fish
  • You thought the ending to Homeland was great
  • You had to wait for the cable guy for 6 hours over the weekend

What’s going on with this pocket dialing stuff!!!

By Justin Krane


The Recipe for a Yummy Client Experience
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

I have a quote I’d like to share with you today and it goes like this, “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. This quote is just perfect for this week’s strategy about how you make your clients and customers feel. I call it The Yummy Experience Process.

Over time I’ve realized something about the human race: every single person on Earth loves to feel like they are significant. They want to matter in the eyes of others. We all want to feel loved. When you can make your clients feel special, they like being around you, which then makes them want to work with you.

By Fabienne Fredrickson


3 Tips to Getting Your 2014 Marketing Plan Together
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

It’s that time of year to make sure your marketing plan is all ready to go — just in time to kick off the sparkling New Year that’s right around the corner.

But how do you get a marketing plan together that will actually get you the results you’re looking for? Here are 3 tips to get you started:

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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