Thursday, September 1, 2016
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Great Things Always Take Longer Than You Hope.
I've witnessed this consistently across the spectrum of creation: writing, launching digital programs, crafting ads, creating websites and, of course, with almost any physical act of building or renovation.
Sure, some big projects go exactly as planned — and that's AWESOME! But more times than not, great things take a lot longer than you initially plan for. Especially if you're innovative and creating things from scratch that the world has never seen.
When delays happen, don't beat yourself up, think you're somehow deficient, a bad manager or that something is intrinsically wrong with you, or your team.
Yes, you want to identify and rectify project management issues as quickly as possible, but berating yourself (or your team) about it is just a waste of energy.
When things get delayed, don't jeopardize your health, your other priorities or your relationships over self-imposed deadlines that simply won't be met.
Keep your eye on the big picture of your business and life, make adjustments as you see fit and keep truckin' on. AND, that said, here's an actionable take-away that can help big projects stay on track as much as humanly possible.
Do This: Daily status check-ins are a MUST when you're working with multiple teams. Doesn't matter how talented, experienced and responsible everyone is, err on the side of more communication vs. less. Five minutes on the phone can circumvent misunderstandings that'll otherwise cost you weeks of lost productivity. Check it out here on my friend Mario Forlio's website...
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
WANT A GREAT PERSONALIZED BANNER FOR YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE?
Just imagine this! One morning as you wake up to a phone call where someone informs you that you have been given a free billboard.
This billboard can be used to post on, anything you like. You can showcase your latest artistic creation, add a link to your blog, make a bold statement about, whatever your heart desires. Now, step away from this imaginary situation a bit so that I can tell you that you have in fact, really been given your own personal billboard. In fact, we all have.
Your once off $10 buys you a personally branded header (cover) that will last a lifetime!
After paying, $10 into my PayPal account below, (which is your proof of payment) you will be given an eMail address providing me with the details for your new Facebook header
If for any reason whatever, you are not satisfied, with my work, your money will be refunded and no questions asked
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Your Facebook page header (cover) photo is a powerful tool when it comes to promoting your services, yourself, or your business. It’s the very first thing seen by anybody who visits your Facebook page and you have the power to decide whether they will just scroll past it or stop and have a closer look. Have a look at these creative examples to see how you can make the most out of your Facebook cover!
Think of your Facebook cover as your own personal billboard, a space you can advertise yourself and your creative skills in whatever way you like. Don’t be afraid to show off a little!
All I need from you, is an idea to get started. You satisfaction is assured.