Coaching the Creative

Your Coaching Cause

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If you are in the business of coaching (or any business for that matter), there are at least two marketing basics that can lead to enjoying prosperity. First, make sure you have a great product or service.  If your offering meets a market need (something that makes your client’s lives better) AND is above average […]

Coaching the Creative

Marketooning – Kony 2012

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I rarely repost other blogs. However I follow what Ben and Jackie post and this one I had to share for a few reasons. Instead of telling those reasons to you, I have three things to say: If you haven’t seen the Kony 2012 video, do. If you have seen it, watch it again in terms of observation – […]

Coaching the Creative

Use WOMM?

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Advertising and marketing have never been easier, cheaper, more fun and more effective than they are now. Because of this, I have become a disciple and evangelist for the tenants of WOMM (Word Of Mouth Marketing). I grow my businesses by investing time and a few (very few) dollars into developing WOMM strategies and projects. […]

Hat Tips

Another Studio is Born

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Congratulations are due to entrepreneur Jesse Dobbs and his team mates Dustin Robbins and Nick Lott. Once employed as the top piercers for another studio, they forged out on their own to create Iris Piercing Studio here in Salt Lake City. Today, with Jesse at the helm, Iris is a strong brand that has been […]

Hedgehogs

Victoria in the Marketplace

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When approaching the market with a new working identity, there are several things one needs to keep in mind. Victoria is doing well on three such items: First she is watching for responses to her marketing efforts. One obviously needs to regroup if smart marketing practices are not being responded to. In the early stages of […]

Coaching the Creative

On-line Quick-Start for Creatives

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Are you Creative? Author Richard Florida tells us that the Creative Class is comprised of scientists, engineers, professors, poets, architects and more. It includes designers, educators, people working in the arts, music and entertainment field. The core economic function of this class is to create new ideas, new content and/or new technology. Typically this Creative […]