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Why Incubation Time Makes You A Better Writer: Tips from Henneke Duistermaat

Have you wondered why your blog post titles are falling flat, and folks aren’t taking action?
Are you looking for a way to simplify your writing process?
If you don’t know Henneke Duistermaat, you’re in for a treat. Henneke is the owner of Enchanting Marketing and has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine and Copyblogger. 
In fact, Copyblogger’s Brian Clark […]

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Podcasting Defined in 60 Seconds [Animated Video]

Perhaps you’ve reached a stage in your business where you are ready to do something new. You have a story to tell or education to share, but you’d like to do more than just writing. Or, you may feel that your audience isn’t growing as quickly anymore. If you relate to any of those scenarios,
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5 Lessons Learned from a SaaS Home Run

Laura Roeder is known for putting together agile companies that put the customer first — including her current hit, Edgar, a SaaS (software as a service) product that hit a million dollars in revenue in its first year in business. She excels at “keeping it simple” — maybe because she ran ultra-successful online education companies
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Cracking the Abundance Code: Sonia’s in a New Documentary!

Some people believe in a magical “secret” that will grant them anything so long as they wish hard enough. I do not believe in this. But I do know that good luck is partly a matter of perception — and it can be optimized. My friend Julie Cairns has filmed a new documentary about business,
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How to Combine Lead Magnets and Ads to Jump-start an Online Training Business

Debbie Hodge has a healthy dose of that crucial trait all successful entrepreneurs seem to have — adaptability. When she saw that the magazine business was tanking, she realized she needed to find a new venue for her information, so she moved her teaching online. And when she saw everyone in her space was teaching
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A Painful Lesson in Supreme Service

With a pivot and a leap, I landed back on another moving walkway ready for another full tilt run… when something went “pop” in my left leg. Like a bullet, like a hammer, like something your leg is not supposed to do… especially when you’ve got a flight to catch… but it went ahead and did it anyway.

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5 Stress-Free Steps for Pricing Your Services

Why does pricing our services provoke such fear and dread? Even when we’re certain that we provide an exceptional service and charge what we’re worth, we still worry that clients will view our prices as unreasonable. Of course, we don’t want to underprice our services, either. Where does this leave us? Most of the time,
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