Book Nuggets

Do Customers Really Know What They Want?

It’s tough to innovate when you don’t know what your customers want. The challenge is, customers don’t usually know what they want until they see it.

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Are You Willing to Change?

It’s one thing to know how to change. It’s another to be willing to change. When you aren’t really willing to change, you get stuck in limbo. When you own your unwillingness, you can face your resistance.

By March 3, 2015 Leave a comment Read More →

Thrive on Optimism

Let eternal optimism be your driving force. Don’t let people who thrive on misery bring you down. And don’t bring yourself down. Thrive on optimism.

By February 28, 2015 3 Comments Read More →

Purpose and the Business Mind

When you combine purpose with a business mind, the world is your oyster. I’m reading The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind, where author Valeh Nazemoff talks about purpose and the business mind.

By February 26, 2015 Leave a comment Read More →
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Customer Intelligence

Customer Intelligence is the ability to rethink and redefine how you attract and maintain your ideal customer.

By February 24, 2015 Leave a comment Read More →
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