Starting the conversation: All you need are the right words that reach the right people at the right time. Easy, right? Yes, when you’re able to provide the time for discovery and development when creating marketing message and stories. Your customers are savvy, and to claim a spot in their crowded brain space requires diligence […]
Starting the conversation: Be OK making mistakes. Decision-making inherently has a risk element, and knowing how you make decisions with imperfect information is a reminder that you are human — and also helps with better understanding of the cascading results of making a choice. Maria Morukian, President at MSM Global Consulting, LLC and Stephanie Judd, […]
Starting the conversation: Growth is uncomfortable. Whether pushed (life change) or pulled (following your dream) toward the career and contribution you want, commitment is foundational. The beginning will be tactical: creating a revenue stream, building a pipeline of business, and attracting the right people to work with you. Amy Anderson, Co-Founder at Wild Coffee Marketing, […]
Starting the conversation: Strategically looking forward shows what opportunities, goals, and problems make the most sense to focus on. Results from the time and energy spent working to deliver your product directly relates to your commitment in taking time to choose the next best action moving the business forward. Christy Maxfield, President at Purpose First […]
Observe your behaviors. How you ask for help or don’t, will impact how you can create connections.
You need to show up the way you want to and for what is best in each situation. The discipline necessary comes with navigating each day.
Facing uncertainty can be challenging – being a business owner facing uncertainty is tougher. Red Direction helps you [fast track and] grow your business – authentically, pragmatically, and resiliently. Start your journey HERE! Starting the conversation: Jess Dewell is live to talk about the risks you face in your business growth. Use a framework, like […]
Time is scarce and what we do with our time models to the rest of our company what the priorities really are.