Stellar Marketing Pro Tip of the Week: Keep a Warm List for Easy Follow-Up

Business Productivity Tip of the Week:Keep a Warm Prospects List for Easy Follow-UpWhat exactly is a warm prospect? Well, I'm glad you asked...Warm Prospects are not just a name and number on a list. They are living breathing people whom have expressed some sort of interest in your service and/or products.It’s Important to differentiate between a Cold and Warm List. Here are a few benefits of knowing the different between and some creative ideas to put your lists to work.It helps you to create more effective campaigns. It helps you to create more targeted campaigns. By...
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Time Management: It’s Okay To Say No

Time Saving Techniques and How to Avoid the Biggest Time WastersWritten By Tracy Thomas“Concentrate all your thoughts on the great desire in your life. This concentration must be continuous, unceasing - every minute; every hour; every day; every week”.       – Charles E. PopplestoneIf you are a Go-Giver like myself, eventually you will learn how to say No to people, tasks, and things that can be a hindrance to the productivity of your life success.Below are a few techniques, I have implemented into my lifestyle, over the last few months, and have contributed to my life and ...
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Who Is Your Ideal Prospect?

By Tracy Thomas | April 3, 2015Envision your ideal prospect. How do they physically look? What are their wants? Do they have a problem? What would be your best way to communicate with them?Take a moment to think about this—When you know your ideal prospect, sky’s the limit. Your ideal prospect is that person, without a doubt, has a need for what you sell.Study your ideal prospects. Maybe your prospects are beautiful women that love fashion.  Or that prospect may be a start up business that has no clue about business planning, or marketing concepts to build an online presence. Once you ...
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Quit Apologizing! How to Take the Lead as the Female CEO

Recently, Pantene ran a series of empowerment-themed commercials that called attention to how much an apology is used to downplay female power. Whether we’re late to a meeting (“Sorry, I’m late…”) or raising our hands to ask a question (“Sorry, could I just ask…”), an apology is often the preferred prefix for women in a variety of everyday scenarios.Why is that?Many consider the use of “sorry” to be a crutch. Writing for Time magazine, Jessica Bennett calls it “…a space filler, a hedge, a way to politely ask for something without offending, to appear “soft” while making a demand.”The sam...
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