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Relying on the Wisdom of Technicians
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Just because your techs solve all your really challenging small problems doesn't mean you should outsource your vision to them...
Bikes, Babies, Messenger Bags, The Influx Has Begun
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Each morning begins with a steady stream of bikes, babies
Arrogance and Ignorance do not a Re-branding Make
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Re-branding is all about attracting attention. Unless of course it's due to poor execution...
The Artists Formerly Known as Members of NSA
By Jerry Gitchel | |
As you pack to leave my hometown of San Diego, please accept this gift of knowledge.
Which Technology Should You Buy? Is a Great Second Question
By Jerry Gitchel | |
We've all been brainwashed to believe that if we spend more money on software our business will thrive, our bank account will grow, life will be perfect. It's time to stop buying the latest offering from the $20 a month cloud computing club...
Incubation of Inspiration
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Looking for a quick way to locate that inspiration you misplaced? Just spend an afternoon with these folks and I'm sure they will help you find it!
Not Being Present Could Be The Best Gig Ever
By Jerry Gitchel | |
For professional speakers presenting before a live audience is the whole point. Being present with an audience has always been the best gig. It's the only way to hear the audiences applause. On-demand training has forced a change in that mindset. Here's why, and what you need to do about it...
5 Tips for Growing Your Member Community
By Jerry Gitchel | |
It takes more that an invitation to grow your organization, it takes a member incubator.
8 Tips for Effective Business Blogging
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Challenging. It’s the best word to describe business blogging. Although at times it may feel like pushing a piece of wet spaghetti, it’s one of the most important elements of the path of engagement your prospects take toward becoming loyal customers. Here's 8 tips to make blogging your new best friend...
Six Hours From Home
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Today is the last day of the Just Another Day in Paradise Tour. So far I've driven 3,725 miles and visited 11 states. here's what I learned along the way...
JADIP Tour – So Far, So Good
By Jerry Gitchel | |
2,457 miles, 9 states, scores of new friends. Yes so far the Just Another Day in Paradise Tour has been very good indeed. I never imagined what a great adventure this would be. Here's what I've learned along the way...
How to Lighten Your Social Toolbox
By Jerry Gitchel | |
While reading the post The Big List of The 61
A Giant Leap of Faith
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Jenny Olding, AKA Coach Jenny O, recently took a giant leap
The Opportunity of Other
By Jerry Gitchel | |
In a crowded business landscape, "Other" is the ultimate competitive advantage. Is your business All the above, none of the above, or other?
Are You a Real Human Being?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Technology is nothing but a pipe wrench, a tool to accomplish a goal. When you find yourself frustrated because your technology doesn't work, don't blame the technology, fix it...
Too Many People, Sharing Too Little Content, Much Too Often
By Jerry Gitchel | |
In their unending quest for social visibility, business professionals are
Just Another Day in Paradise Tour
By Jerry Gitchel | |
On May 10th I'm leaving Florida to return home to
Sometimes Technology is not the Answer
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Sometimes, "Could we use technology to...?" is the wrong question. When it comes to leveraging the power of technology to create business success a better question starts with, Should we...
5 Reasons Remarketing Won’t Work for You
By Jerry Gitchel | |
I get the whole "Know Thy Customer" concept. I think remarketing is just plain creepy, not to mention annoying. What I don't get is the idea of stealth ad harassment. You don't know it's happening, and even if you do, good luck trying to turn it off. If you're considering launching a remarketing campaign, consider exhausting these options first...
Your Heartbleed Vulnerability Response, Act or React?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
This one really is a big deal. Not the discovery
Engaging Your Guests – Making Meetings Work
By Jerry Gitchel | |
The future growth of your organization will spring from the seeds planted in the minds and hearts of your meeting guests. We all know that, talk about it, profess it's our most important goal. But is it? Here are 3 tips to help your organization deliver on that promise.
It’s 2 AM, Who Can You Call?
By Jerry Gitchel | |
For decades my mantra has been that success on the
Beware of Bright Shiny Digital Objects
By Jerry Gitchel | |
Oh look, a digital squirrel! Is your day full of virtual distractions? Here's 5 tips to end "Bright Shiny Object" Syndrome!
Dignity: The Gift You Get by Giving
By Jerry Gitchel | |
It was a privilege to be invited to write for
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