Working with Marketing Professionals


You have a pretty good understanding of what needs to be done (marketing-wise) in your business. You read all the advice (it’s pretty much the same from blog to blog). You know you need a marketing plan. You know you need to do x-y-z on a regular basis. But you’re not doing it. Why? I’m pretty sure it’s related to that movie, “He’s Not That Into You.” You either don’t enjoy doing the...

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(Hint: Not Bloody Likely) You’ve all heard Ben Franklin’s infamous quote: “…in the world nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” Yes, we’ve got a slew of new technology now, but unless there’s a magic spell I missed, I’m pretty sure you still can’t “fail proof” anything — especially a business venture. There are just too many variables out of...

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How’re you feeling about your business and where it’s headed? Hunky dory? Or just hunky? Is there a nagging voice in the back of your head screaming that your projects will never be Grade-A material? Are you constantly taking one course after another in order to get to the place of I-Know-What-the-Hell-I’m-Doing so you can launch that thing already? Or, maybe you just hate to delegate? Still doing everything yourself...

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Prosperity’s Kitchen worked! After 13 weeks of marketing missions, guest mentors and collaborations, we (participants and producers) witnessed the power of accountability and applying new learnings in a group setting. In other words, sh*t got done. In fact, the amount of progress made by the participants was so substantial that it almost had me start working on Season Two. Almost. Let’s be honest. It wasn’t all a bed...

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Ever feel like all that marketing you need to do would be a piece of (ahem) cake if it weren’t for the technology? Even those of us who’re comfortable with computers can bump up against cyber ghosts, monsters and brute force zombies. Allow me to share a little story… Mondays we broadcast Prosperity’s Kitchen. On one such fine day, while we were on-air live (and I was trying something new) my laptop decided to...

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I stumbled on Jen Louden about a year ago, while researching different classes on teaching. I’ve found her credible and genuine and full of heart. She is an “A-lister” who doesn’t take herself too seriously and is always willing to share something that matters. She’s the best-selling author of six (count ‘em!) books, including the pioneering best-sellers The Woman’s Comfort Book and The...

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