Which metrics are ideal for your business? There’s no one-size-fits-all answer, you need to decide for yourself. And the best place to start is with a simple two-prong test. For every metric, you consider, ask yourself, “Is this metric meaningful? Is this metric actionable?” Let’s look at how to an Read More
Creating workflows can be trivial. The difficulties arise when you hit some of the limits and are forced to change your strategy … or come up with a strategy because you didn’t have one in place. In this article I am discussing 3 approaches of strategic workflow setup in Trello boards. Read More
A swipe file is essential if you want to become a better copywriter. Level up your sales pages, directs sales marketing headlines, and more, Fast!

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Vacation - Time for Books and Podcasts [podcast]

Vacation - Time for Books and Podcasts [podcast] - http://presentation.libsyn.com Avatar Posted by lyceum under Self-Development
From http://presentation.libsyn.com 13 days ago
Made Hot by: maestro68 on July 6, 2019 1:05 pm
Carina och Martin discuss how important it is to take a break. Could we take a break from the information overload? Get book tips for the hammock. Read More
Where do you see yourself in 5 to 10 years?

Directed at startup founders and teams, this question is interpreted very differently depending on who you are and what you want to achieve as a founder. Read More
The “valley of death” is a common term in the startup world, referring to the difficulty of covering the negative cash flow in the early stages of a startup, before their new product or service is bringing in revenue from real customers. I often get asked about the real alternatives to bridge this Read More

Using Waterfalls in Exit Planning

Using Waterfalls in Exit Planning  - http://www.awakeat2oclock.com Avatar Posted by cbrendlinger under Management
From http://www.awakeat2oclock.com 15 days ago
Made Hot by: mikehartman1 on July 5, 2019 11:44 am
One of the most useful concepts in business planning is that of “waterfalls.” The analogy is apt, if perhaps less than perfect. Think of any outcome anticipated in a contract that is based on an “if…then” situation. It can likely be served by structuring waterfalls. Read More
When building your Ecommerce website, you can't afford to leave anything to chance. It can be overwhelming, but these 5 things will pave the way to success. Read More
Is engaging part of your social media marketing strategy? By the end of 2018, there were 2.8 billion social media users. They estimate the number of users to reach 3.1 billion by 2021, according to Statista. This means that social media is a crucial and growing marketing tool.

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Subway Franchise Woes | A New York Times Expose

Subway Franchise Woes | A New York Times Expose - https://www.nytimes.com Avatar Posted by franpro under Franchises
From https://www.nytimes.com 17 days ago
Made Hot by: profmarketing on July 4, 2019 12:37 pm
Rebecca Husler, a former inspector for Subway, said her boss ordered her to find violations at stores. “I was kind of his hit man,” she said. Read what happens to some Subway franchisees. Read More
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