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This page offers you some short reads on how to grow your revenue, your time, and your people. Most of this will be in the upcoming book, but why wait? Read it now.

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Do you have a role in your community? If you are a leader, what is your responsibility as a steward? For this short article: Yes you do; and it's not as complex as it might seem. The Challenge: Knowing How to Read the Future As leaders we're positioned to help define how the future unfolds. And as a good leader, people look to you for direction to move forward. I'm going to encourage you to embrace this. It is good…
Friday, 20 October 2017 01:39

On Math and Understanding and New Markets

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You won't see much math in my writing, but you will find material on how to create and dominate new markets. Helping create those is what we do at the Meyer Group. A key principle for success starts with easy math. The Equation: When I lay out an equation, I am defining the same answer from two perspectives. For instance: 2 + 2 = 12 / 3 On the surface, the left half of this equation is addition, which is…
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This article is designed to help you and your team to sell ideas and intangibles. You won't find any of the traditional sales advice. You don't need it here. If you manage an organization, do you sell something that is intangible? If you sell ideas to your own team or to your community, these two real examples are for you. Lets start with a difficult sales job, selling financial products, truly intangible merchandise. Many of my clients sell products and…
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By the time that you read this, the polls will have closed, but the conversations are not yet ending. Perhaps this is a good time to go to a place of building and growing. Are there lessons that we can apply to growing our community and business? Lets look at this thing as a gigantic consumer marketing event. With that in mind, here are 6 important lessons that we can take and use for our own businesses:
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Another practical example of string theory, a bit different but very relevant, comes from my friend Mort. Mort is a serial CEO who, at retirement age, sold his most recent company. We had lunch last week so he could pose a really interesting question. Mort had just been to see his doctor and then gone to a school reunion. The doctor suggested that his current good health is probably going to continue for another 30 years. His high school mates…
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