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Chillpreneur

Author : Denise Duffield-Thomas
ISBN : 9781788172035
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology) in women
File Size : 42.53 MB
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Feeling burned out by your business? Sick of the 'hustle and grind' culture of your industry? There's a better way! Get over your perfectionism and embrace the flow of the Chillpreneur. Denise Duffield-Thomas, money mindset coach and best-selling author, will show you how with her trademark humor and down-to-earth wisdom. In this book, she shares invaluable business advice and counterintuitive millionaire mindset lessons (no blood, sweat, or tears necessary) which will set you on the path of abundance - without all the hard work. You'll discover how to find the business model that works perfectly for your personality, learn about key concepts - such as the Golden Goose and the Keyless Life - to help you work less and earn more, and become a marketing pro without feeling like a sleazy car salesman. Plus, Denise talks you through the smaller - but no less important - details of being an entrepreneur, including how to deal with awkward money situations and find the most effective ways to price your offers. Full of reassuring and practical advice, Chillpreneur challenges the old, boring assumptions of what it takes to create success in business, so you can create financial independence with ease and grace.
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology) in women

Your Stand Is Your Brand

Author : Patrick Gentempo
ISBN : 9781401957872
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45.53 MB
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A go-to guide for entrepreneurs to succeed by taking a clear stand and aligning their business with their values. What do I need to do? It's almost always the wrong question that an entrepreneur or a business leader asks when creativity seems to have been lost. When you're stuck and the journals and books you've been reading and going to the masterminds and conventions and seminars you've been attending haven't led to any breakthroughs. When your notepads full of "proven best practices" should have brought you to the next level but haven't. In this paradigm-shifting work, serial entrepreneur Patrick Gentempo explains why the primary question you need to ask as a business leader is "Who should we be?" While it makes sense and may sound pretty easy, it's actually one of the hardest questions an entrepreneur can ask no matter the scale of business they are running. In Your Stand Is Your Brand, you'll learn about: • "Maximum Tension," the greatest barrier to entrepreneurial growth • The 5-P Expansion Sequence, a tried-and-true model tracking the steps from Philosophy to Prosperity • Digging into the soul of your business so it can find its transformative process for serious breakthroughs • How to face the fire and embrace creative destruction. • And much more This is not your typical business success book, it is a source of inspiration that will keep you reading and winning in transformative ways that aren't available to you right now. So, let's begin the process to revolutionize your business and your life.
Category: Business & Economics

Meant For More

Author : Lisa Sasevich
ISBN : 9781401955458
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.7 MB
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An award-winning entrepreneur and business coach outlines an easy-to-follow formula that helps you own your unique value, make more money, have more impact, and get more out of life--all without being pushy or sales-y. Meant for More is a How to Win Friends and Influence People for the modern age. It shows you how to stand out in an increasingly noisy world by simply offering your unique skills and talents and helping others do the same. It offers tangible skills to use in all areas of your life, including work, to increase your success and do good while you're at it. It speaks to people looking to leave the 9-to-5 for more freedom and fulfillment; stay-at-home moms going back to work; young Boomers worried they're too senior (and expensive) to find new jobs; idealistic Gen Xers and Millennials unwilling to toe the company line; and experts in any field who want to cash in on their expertise while making a difference. In Meant for More, an award-winning entrepreneur and business coach outlines the formula for getting the "more" you've been longing for: a proven system to sell yourself and your one-of-a-kind gifts to the people you were meant to help and reap the rewards that come when you stop giving away your gifts for free. The Meant for More Formula helps you upgrade your mind-set, unwrap your unique gifts, claim your value, and make irresistible offers so you can get what you're worth and make the difference you're here to make--in a way that isn't remotely pushy or sales-y. We all long for more: More impact. More success. More fulfillment. More abundance. More freedom. More joy. But it's not necessarily easy to fulfill this longing. We all know someone who clearly has so much to offer the world but who holds back out of fear--fear of failure, or of success; fear of putting herself "out there"; fear of being perceived as pushy or full of himself. Maybe that person is you.
Category: Business & Economics

Strategic Social Media Management

Author : Karen E. Sutherland
ISBN : 9789811546587
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 34.68 MB
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This textbook provides a lively introduction to the fast-paced and multi-faceted discipline of social media management with international examples and perspectives. Aside from focusing on practical application of marketing strategy, the textbook also takes students through the process of strategy development, ethical and accurate content curation, and strategy implementation, through detailed explanations of content creation. Combining theory and practice, Strategic Social Media Management teaches students how to take a strategic approach to social media from an organisational and business perspective, and how to measure results. Richly supported by robust and engaging pedagogy and cases in each chapter, it integrates perspectives from public relations, marketing and advertising, and examines key topics such as risk, ethics, privacy, consent, copyright issues, and crises management. It also provides dedicated coverage of content strategy and campaign planning and execution. Reflecting the demands of contemporary practice, advice on self-care for social media management is also offered, helping to protect people in this emerging profession from the negativity that they can experience online when managing an organisation’s social media presence. After reading this textbook, students will be able to develop a social media strategy, curate accurate and relevant content, and create engaging social media content that tells compelling stories, connects with target audiences and supports strategic goals and objectives. This is an ideal textbook for students studying social media strategy, marketing and management at undergraduate level. It will also be essential reading for marketing, public relations, advertising and communications professionals looking to hone their social media skills and strategies.
Category: Business & Economics