As the calendar flips to January the new year is like a blank canvas waiting for our success to be painted. New Year’s is a major tent pole in the year. Personally, it is a time of reflection and new beginnings. As a business, it is a time to reassess goals for the new year and the progress made towards achieving them. If you completed your marketing plan months ago, now is the time to review what you’ve accomplished. Have you reached the milestones you expected to hit by Dec
If you have ever considered buying a season pass to a local or regional amusement, theme or water park now is the time. The best deals of the season can typically be found now, in the final weeks of summer leading into Labor Day Weekend. What is a “season pass” you ask? Well, I’m glad you asked that question. There are a number of levels from basic to platinum season passes including variations from basic to membership, however, a season pass at its most basic level is ty
I made a big leap last year from the corporate world to the life of a sole proprietor when I launched Get It Done Marketing. As we turn the page on a new year I’ve been reflecting on work, life, family, friends and community. There are a lot of “self-help” books on leadership, management, networking and other resources that a laundry list of success drivers. I’ve spent time reflecting on my career path and although it feels like the opposite sometimes, okay a lot of times,
You can do a lot of things if you put your mind to it. You can do even more if you prepare. As 2017 rapidly comes to a close are you really ready for 2018? Have you planned for changing market conditions or do you expect business to change because the calendar flipped to January 1? Fear not, it is never too late to reset and put your best foot forward. The end of the year is as good a time as any to reflect on the prior year and have an honest conversation about the short and
Mom always said “if you say you’re going to do something then make sure you do it.” You wrote a marketing plan. This will be your roadmap to success, right? Well, there is more to it than just writing a great plan. Would you believe that 90% of companies fail to execute their strategies?* The key to every successful marketing program lies in the execution. For the best results, I recommend a four-part mix of team engagement, forward thinking, discipline and accountability.