When you think about “the good life,” what comes to mind? For me, that phrase conjures visions of fine champagne, luxury yachts and a carefree lifestyle.
We’ve spent a lot of time deconstructing successful entrepreneurs, examining their habits and working to learn how they got to where they are.
Entrepreneurs don’t have a lot of free time. In fact, that might be the biggest understatement of the century! Between managing your team, putting out a great product, seeing that client needs are met and taking care of your family life, there’s often not a whole lot of time left over for the stuff you do “just for fun.”
We’ve got a million-and-one projects going on around here at Ignite Spot lately. Not only is it the height of tax season, we’re working on several cool new marketing initiatives and design projects.
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.”
Ticked off? Stressed? Anxious? There’s an easy technique that can make these troublesome feelings disappear, and it doesn’t come with a prescription from your doctor.
From a marketing standpoint, we know every trick in the book for getting better results from our customer emails.
Whether it’s a football kicker looking to make the extra point, a comedian hoping to land a killer punch line or a salesman going in to close a deal, the world’s top performers have one tactic in common: all of them use the power of visualization to help achieve success.
Money is one of the biggest factors (if not the single biggest one) that drives people to take the entrepreneurial plunge.
In today’s high-stakes political climate, entrepreneurs are navigating uncharted waters. From Lyft’s $1 million pledge to the ACLU to Chik-Fil-A’s stance against same-sex marriage, companies are making their voices heard on controversial issues more than ever before.
Should your business step up to the podium and take a stance?