Monday Mastery: How do you get it done in your business?

What’s your get it done style? Do you lean into the task or the result? This is an important question because while a business needs task oriented people on the team, people who are brilliant at eradicating the devil from the details and check, check, checking things off their to-do list, you, the Savvy CEO […]

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Why Unsubscribes Help Your Email Deliverability

Online business owners know that the single most important variable to our business is not our product or website… it’s our list. And, when it comes to your list, it’s easy to assume that bigger is better. In fact, people have been known to go to great lengths to grow their lists–even buying lists from […]

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Strengthening Your Brand and Your Story

There’s a reason that “branding” is such a marketing buzzword these days. In a time where businesses use everything from unique industry lingo to posting CEO selfies on Instagram to try to stand out from the pack, defining and building your brand is more important than it’s ever been. Chances are that at some point […]

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Monday Mastery: What It Really Takes to Grow Your Business

Isn’t that a pretty little bed of violas?  This weekend was spectacular on the Colorado front range, and so when I stopped off at the best hardware/garden/home improvement/sports/et cetera, et cetera store ever (McGuckin’s in case you are curious) to buy a toddler swing for my stepson’s little boy, I could not help but buy […]

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Phone a Friend, Or Hire a Coach?

You know the old saying… It takes a village to start a business (or something like that). Not only do we work with entrepreneurs every day, but one of my good friends recently started her own business and has been texting me for copywriting advice ever since. And I don’t blame her; when you are […]

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The Write Way to Tell Your Story

I have a nerdy confession to make: I love historical character movies. Elizabeth, Lincoln, heck even 300; if it’s about the past and is even remotely true, I’m in. So I was really excited when Hyde Park on Hudson arrived in the mail from Netflix last week, with Bill Murray as Franklin D. Roosevelt and […]

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Entrepreneur: It’s Time to Get Real

Yesterday my teenage daughter came stomping and scowling through the door. My office is in the front of the house so I called out to her as she stormed past me, “Hi! What’s the matter?” “I’ve been trying and trying to figure out this chemistry chapter and I just don’t understand it! I’ve been over […]

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Keeping Up with the Updates

Last Saturday, I managed to spend the entire day without logging into Facebook. I left my house at 8am and didn’t get home until after 10pm, and during the hours in-between I managed to not scroll mindlessly through my phone even once. When I finally got home, I plopped onto the couch and logged into […]

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