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Our Research: How it’s Done and Why it’s Slow

Our Research If you've listened to our podcast, read our articles, or even spoken to us in person, you've probably heard us mention "our research." Many of you have asked, "What does that research look like?" and "When will you be done?" So, I thought I'd go over our...

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Saturated Market

Have you ever felt like the market you want to go into already has all the big hitters it's going to have? How are you going to stand out? This was my same issue. When I started coaching and web design. I didn't have anything "special" about me. I was just a guy from...

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The Myth of the List

Most web Guru's are screaming about "THE LIST" If you ask any web "Guru" they will tell you its all about the list! They will tell you how it is impossible to make any money without having a HUGE email list. While I don't want to totally discount the importance of an...

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Piñata’s define success

Yeah, you read that right! Stay with me for a second and we'll dissect this. This past week we got to celebrate a few birthdays in my family. We had a piñata for one of my kids. As I was watching the kids take turns attacking the dinosaur piñata, it occurred to me...

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8 Questions Your Website Visitors Want Answered

8 Questions When you're building your website for your business, sometimes it can be difficult to know how to organize the links in your navigation, yet it's very important to pay attention to the order of links. There is a ton of research that goes into determining...

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Solopreneur is a Dirty Word, Collaborate for Success

Solopreneur is a Dirty Word. Yes, I said it. I keep hearing people introduce themselves as a "solopreneur" and I wonder to myself, "do they really know what they are doing?" I can't imagine that they can do anything very well, because they are wearing too many hats...

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Lucky? Then, Obey Wheaton’s Law (NSFW)

Are you lucky or do you just work hard? (Some of the links in this post have NSFW language, please view at your best discretion.) If you listen to Donald Trump for advice (or anyone from a plethora of successful people), you're bound to hear, "The harder I work, the...

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Making & Moving: A Microcosm

Making is Art Marcus is a photographer; well, more accurately a cinematographer. His passion is creating stunning video and timelapse photography. By all accounts, he is talented--some say gifted--at the craft. He spends all of his free time making exquisite imagery....

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Working With Makers: A Movers Point of View

What is a Maker? First lets talk a little about what a maker is. A Maker is an individual who loves to create things. They do this only for the joy of making. I'm sure you know a few makers, they are always tinkering with things and looking for ways to modify or make...

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Collaboration: 2 Things to Know about Bridges

  Bridges, Bridges, Everywhere Maybe you've noticed, but there are a lot of images of bridges around here. Take a look at the MM in our logo of a suspension bridge.  There's an important reason for this imagery, but there are two key things you should know about...

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