As the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Cleaning up online reputation problems when they’re showing up in search engines can be slow and costly. The far more effective—and cost-effective—approach is to prevent those problems before they happen. You may not be able to eliminate the issue entirely, but every problem that’s dealt with before it shows up online is money in the bank.
Motivation isn’t about just getting pumped up. It’s about the moment of truth when you turn intention into action. And there’s only one right way to do it: the way that works for you.
So, you’ve got hundreds of LinkedIn connections, Facebook friends, and Twitter followers. Now what? Are they really helping you grow your business? Depending on what you’re trying to accomplish, you may need to focus on stronger—and fewer—online relationships. Here’s how.
Direct sellers seem to keep getting in trouble with the FTC and other regulators. Is there really a fundamental flaw with the model, or are these companies simply pushing the envelope of innovative business models?
Working from home shouldn’t be just like working in the office, but from home. Relish it, and maybe even gloat a little.
“Reputation is only a candle, of wavering and uncertain flame, and easily blown out, but…
Empire Avenue is a social stock market game that yields real business benefits. People (and businesses) buy and sell “stock” in other people and businesses, and those stocks pay dividends based on the social media activity of the person or business. I’m always looking for ways to optimize my Empire Avenue strategy, and this week I had a major breakthrough, based entirely on a shift in buying strategy.
Orrin Woodward is a leadership expert. He’s co-author, with Chris Brady, of Launching a Leadership Revolution, which was a bestseller on just about every list around. They’re successful entrepreneurs with two 8-figure businesses and Black Diamond distributors in Monavie. But some people don’t like them.
Bill Ackman represents the very worst of Wall Street. Not only is he attacking a legitimate company that employs thousands of people and generates part-time incomes for over 2 million independent distributors around the world, he has the unmitigated gall to style himself as a protector of the people in doing so.