How Current Is Your Website?

Some business owners speak of how exasperating it is to have a website. Regardless of whether they make it themselves or hire a web designer, the process can be intense, overwhelming, tedious, costly, complicated, and even frustrating. Then its published and it begins bringing in customers, but guess what? The work doesn’t end when it’s published. It requires updating! I’m not talking search engine optimization, although SEO enjoys seeing activity on websites. No. In this blog I’m talking about customer service. Continue reading

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Change – Reactive or Proactive

One of life’s greatest joys and, simultaneously greatest stress inducers, is change. Oh, how we get excited over a new job, a new home, a new child, a new anything! But then reality hits, and we begin to realize changes have to be made. Change? A new routine. A new financial situation. A new responsibility. Oh dear! Hello stress!

How about change in the business world? Our clients are ever-changing, demanding Continue reading

Wearing and Juggling Multiple Hats

We all wear many hats. We wear some hats better than other hats. For me, I wore my office management hat more happily than I ever wore my sewer operator hat!

Likewise, some people juggle the wearing of their hats better than others. Why? Well, some people simply haven’t tuned in to the idea yet.

What do I mean? A few have asked, so here I am to explain my views about hats. Continue reading

Geocache Series Blog 3: How Do I Establish A Geocache?

This is the third in a series of three blogs about establishing a geocache for your business. It’s my hope to keep this simple enough that anyone can accomplish the task.The first explain what is a geocache, the second talks of why you should have one, and this final blog is about creating a simple geocache.   Continue reading

Geocache Series Blog 2: Should You Have A Geocache?

This is the second in a series of three blogs about establishing a geocache for your business. It’s my hope to keep this simple enough that anyone can accomplish the task. The first blog explains what is a geocache. This one tells why you should have one. Then I’ll explain how to create one.

As you’ve learned there are millions of geocaches in the world, and millions of geo-cachers. Continue reading

Geocache Series Blog 1: What’s A Geocache?

When I ask people if they have a geocache outside their business, the usual response is “I have no idea!” They don’t know what one is so they’re not sure if they do or don’t have one. Continue reading

Geocache Series Bonus Blog

I’m adding this “Bonus Blog” to the geocache series (click here to see the entire series). It isn’t going to help you create your geocache, but I hope to broaden your awareness of the possibilities! Continue reading