I Was Called a “Mentor”!

I was called a "Mentor" by a Facebook friend of mine recently and it really got me thinking. What is a mentor? Am I really a mentor to someone? One of the biggest misconceptions we all have as humans is of the definition of a mentor. Many of us have portrayed our own version of what a mentor should be in our own interpretation.

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What is the price of your integrity?

By definition, integrity is the quality of being honest and having moral principles. More uprightness. It is the state of being whole and undivided. Recently I was speaking with a client of mine regarding integrity. The conversation had taken a stem from something that we were discussing and suddenly we found ourselves talking about the importance of integrity. We talked about honesty, vulnerability, transparency, accountability, and being direct. I also brought up the fact that integrity has a price.

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10 Things You Can Do During Coronavirus Quarantine

The Coronavirus pandemic is now on a global level. A vast majority of the United States is also in quarantine forcing many people to strike boredom. Yes, unfortunately! In addition to boredom a lot of people are presented with limitations. Are they really limitations though or opportunities for thinking outside of the box?

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Ignore These Two Factors in Ecommerce Website Choice at Your Own Expense [Infographic]

There are no shortage of myths and bad advice about choosing an online store builder, which is why I put together the following infographic. I spent months studying thousands of sites using more than 20 ecommerce solutions, in hopes of helping entrepreneurs identify the right ecommerce software for their business. The platform you choose does make a difference. (more…)

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10 Facts From Gary Vaynerchuk That Helped Me Build & Grow a Business

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I’m a huge fan of Gary Vee. For many that know me personally it’s quite evident. For the last 3-5 years I have been an avid follower of his work, business principles, and methodologies. How can you not be though? He is probably one of the most practical and influential business individuals that I’ve encountered. So much that a vast majority of his content and business insight has helped me build my own practical brand.  (more…)

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You Need To Bid For Attention, Not Impressions

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It’s 2016 and majority of brands are still marketing like it’s 2011. So, you have a Twitter account? That’s freaking great. Nobody really cares unless you are engaging with the right people and getting their attention. So, you have a Facebook business page? Great. What are you getting out of it? Are you capturing people’s attention? Are you communicating to the right target audience? Do you still think that Snapchat is for sexting only? (more…)

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Expanding Your Twitter Following with New Anchor App

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In a previous post I talked about the new Anchor app that launched on February 9, 2016. Not only that but it was also an unofficial guide on how to disrupt the airwaves. At this point in time I am truly convinced that Anchor is an evolution of public radio. Maybe also a bit obsessed or more precisely addicted to using it. A platform that allows individual consumers to build and expand upon their personal brand. In essence truly public radio that is on the verge of changing the world of podcasting. (more…)

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