Archive for April, 2008

find your ideal client

Monday, April 28th, 2008

Yinyang The other day, a friend of mine and I were discussing the dating scene.  She was sharing some concerns about the gentleman she is currently dating.

Suddenly, it hit me.

Finding your ideal client is not vastly different than finding your ideal client.

The more clear you are about the type of client you want to work with, you can attract those clients to you and turn away those who don't fit the profile.

I know, I's a scary proposition..

But think of it    Read More

delegation: a key to success

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

Delegating Any entrepreneur will tell you that there are always LOTS of things to be done as a small business owner.

Planning, forecasting, marketing, sales, hiring, managing, networking, networking, networking....


And THAT is only the tip of the iceberg of business responsibilities ----

It is crucial as a business owner that you not try to do everything yourself.  Remember that old saying about "jack of all trades, master of none?".   Delegate anything that you can delegate and contract out whatever you can afford to...

I'm not a    Read More

and then there were two

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

Ncaa Four number one teams made it the final four and now, after two great games we're down to Memphis and Kansas.  Hunh?  Now admittedly, the only time I really follow college basketball is during the NCAA tourney and I am now educated on the outstanding 27-1 season Memphis had going into the NCAA's but STILL, Memphis and Kansas?  At least the Kansas/North Carolina game had some ebb and flow but Memphis essentially trounced UCLA...

Whoda thunk it?

Despite their number one records, most of the sports    Read More

how will you be remembered?

Friday, April 4th, 2008

MlkToday we remember the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  I am constantly in awe of the legacy of this man.  He was thrown into the civil rights arena because he was "the new kid on the block" at only 26 years old and an up and coming minister in the Black community and yet, he was clearly destined to fulfill a role in history that only he could fill.

At times like these, I often wonder what the history    Read More