Show Title: Beyond Booked Solid! Michael Port, author of “Beyond Booked Solid” and other books, offers tips on thinking big and creating a successful business without reinventing the wheel.
Donna Maria shares a few “excellence basics,” courtesy of the local elementary school.
Donna Maria shares the importance of clarity and precision.
Donna Maria shares the Youth Empowerment Pledge.
Donna Maria shares a short story of what can happen when we get out of our own way!
Donna Maria shares how important is is for small business owners to inject their natural personality into marketing content in order to enhance the return on marketing outreach efforts.
Donna Maria encourages you to gain confidence by doing, and remember that there will always be someone to help you.
Donna Maria encourages that, wherever you are in your business, even when it’s tough, whatever you do, don’t stop.
Donna Maria shares that it’s more important to be consistent in the little things than to do big things now and then, if you want your business to be successful.
Donna Maria shares some of the impossibly miraculous story of how Madam C.J. Walker turned a legacy of poverty and slavery into a multi-million dollar enterprise.
Donna Maria reminds entrepreneurs that they are mentors, 24/7, whether they know it or not.
Donna Maria suggests that one of the way to “be where your customers are” is to target social networking sites where they hang out and engage with them there by starting conversations based on posts that you re-publish at other sites.
Donna Maria shares insights from Warren Buffet’s 2009 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.
Donna Maria shares the sense of joy and fulfillment she experiences by serving members of the Indie Beauty Network.
Donna Maria shares insights into what it means to be your own media outlet, and offers tips on how to do it.
Donna Maria shares a little about a fun dinner meeting with Mia Jackson of Doro Marketing, and the importance of making connections and showing up!
You can find the story of David and Goliath in I Samuel, chapter 17 of the Old Testament. In the midst of a war, the Israelites were having trouble finding someone to fight the Philistine warrior, Goliath. When David, the youngest of four brothers, volunteered everyone laughed at him. But David took himself seriously when no one else did, and that’s exactly what we must do if we are serious about our business ventures. David stood up to Goliath. He won the battle and the rest is history. Here’s how he did it.
Most business mistakes can be fixed without long term adverse consequences to you or your business. But certain mistakes made by certain business personality types can be made so consistently over time that they conspire to destroy your dreams. This post describes three business personalities that make these kinds of serious mistakes, and offers tips to help you avoid them.
Donna Maria offers readers a step-by-step tutorial to get listed in Alltop.
Donna Maria shares 9 Amazingly Simple Things Every Effective Business Leader Does.
Donna Maria shares why good home managers make good business leaders