I keep having aha moments about business from the Omnivore's Dilemma. Plus, I am way overdue introducing my neighbors' ladies. Hope you enjoy this week's tip on being a free range business owner from Remabulous!
I cannot tell you how much I wish we had shot this BEFORE I went swimming in the ocean- dig the hair!-but I still think the message is important. And I kind of look like a black swan in this clip.
How many times have you taken a break and celebrated what you have accomplished this past year? Are you truly enjoying the moments when you hit your goals?
Plus, the concept in the Black Swan that unexpected convergences of events are what make huge changes in the world reminds us that following the same old routine day after day doesn't leave a lot of room for new breakthroughs.
I have been listening to Guy Kawasaki's Art of the Start in the car as I drive around LA this past week, and I really loved some of the concepts in the book. It is a great manual and reference for a beginning company, especially if you are in the tech sector. This week, I discuss one of my favorite ideas he shares: the difference between the microscope and telescope perspectives and why you need both to succeed.
Hello and welcome to another installment of Video Friday! Today I decided to break the rules of my series, 7 Steps to a Successful Video Segment and step outside my usual practices. I was excited this week to see another great installment of a vlog I love, Angela Jia Kim's Savor the Success Vlog. She regularly takes risks with where she films and what she shares in each episode and I realized that while rules help you to get started, breaking those rules in a conscious fashion is what makes memorable and effective content.
Which rules do you break on a regular basis with your business that take you to the next level? Please do share them below in the content.
So... This week I was working on a video series that will go out to all new subscribers to the e-newsletter Remabulous puts out once a week, and I realized that this process is an extremely useful one for people to go through and utilize for their business. Watch this week's vlog to find out why video is the next best thing to try for your business!
And big hair. For anyone who missed Vanessa Summer's awesome video about her bad hair day, check it out and see that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree between teacher and student. At least Vanessa was in the process of improving her hair in her video!
Anyway... the Gaudi architecture is still pretty exciting, so enjoy.
We're back with the second half of the business vision board how-to. I hope you enjoy seeing the final product and getting some tips on creative ways to use your vision board set-up. Please do share thoughts and further uses you discover in the comments!
At last! Youtube was a little glitchy and did not let me upload this vlog until after Friday, but as usual, I am posting on the day it was intended to go up. I am starting a series on the Vlog which shares some inspiring strategies I use for my business that are outside the usual business toolbox. The fist tool: a vision board I keep in my office. Here is part 1 of how to make your own. Next week: completing and interacting with your board for inspiration and success! Enjoy...