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3 years ago

The Trusted Business Ally & What She Looks Like

Jim Murray · See this lady? Her name is Charlene Norman, and I have been working with her for the past year to develop both a consulting business and a number of other initiatives to support our Niagara region community. · Charlene has been to top of the corporate mountain in many different c ...

4 years ago

On Writing Less & Making It Worth More

Jim Murray · There was a time when the people I was connected to across a number of social media platforms kind of got used to seeing something longer format posts from me every day. · And I have to admit that for a while there it became a self-imposed obligation. But over the past several mo ...

4 years ago

Post 1000. For Better Or Worse.

Jim Murray · Before it was called that, or anything remotely medical sounding, I was possessed by the affliction now known as OCD. A kissing cousin to my other affliction, Tic Syndrome, it was a very mild form and mostly a benign condition. · However, this ‘OCD Lite’ accounts for things like ...

4 years ago

Growing A Small Business Is Really No Different Than Growing A Large One

Jim Murray · Back in the day, I had a client who fired me. I’ve probably had a few, but this one sticks in my mind because of the reason he explained to me for his decision. · He said that the stuff we were doing for him was making him uncomfortable because it was making him too successful. · ...

4 years ago

Your BRAIN is Your Best Goal Achieving Tool

Jim Murray · This post is by Charlene: · I’ve been thinking a lot about fear lately. · Mainly because a client rejected all my partner’s beautiful story ideas and my money making business ideas and instead opted to go with boring, small, and trivial. · I am not annoyed t ...

4 years ago

The Necessary Selflessness Of A True Partnership

Jim Murray · When you create a services offering that is comprised of two or more different main components, one of the first things you need to accept is the inevitability that, in any given case, one of those components may not be necessary. · Ideally, you set up the offering so that both c ...

4 years ago

The Business Necessity Of Sticking To Your Guns

Jim Murray · A while back, Charlene found out about a publisher who was looking for long format blog posts on writing books for her blog. · As usual in these cases, there was no actual promise of anything beyond the exposure that one would get from this activity. · We talked about it a bit an ...

4 years ago

Self-Promotion On Social Media...There Will Always Be Some Folks Who Just Don't Get It.

Jim Murray · Last week I posted an article here that basically announced a new partnership that my friend Charlene Norman and I have developed. · It included a little about how we got together and decided that there was a business there, how we had a lot of local resources to support us, yadd ...

4 years ago

Bullet Proof. The Ideal Alignment Of Business Organization & Communication

Jim Murray · One of the first business people I met after moving from Toronto to St. Catharines last December was a lady named Charlene Norman, who had also moved here from Toronto about 9 months earlier. · I came here with a pretty good idea of what I wanted to do with my business, and as ...

4 years ago

Bullet Proof. The Ideal Alignment Of Business Organization & Communication

Jim Murray · One of the first business people I met after moving from Toronto to St. Catharines last December was a lady named Charlene Norman, who had also moved here from Toronto about 9 months earlier. · I came here with a pretty good idea of what I wanted to do with my business, and as it ...

5 years ago

Swim upstream or go with the flow? How one school of Fish succeeds in the business of design.

don kerr · Conventional wisdom is the cobbler's children have the worst shoes. During my 30+ years working in the design community I can attest to the validity of that phenomenon in this sector. For an industry driven to help clients communicate in the most sustainably differentiated and re ...

5 years ago

Swim upstream or go with the flow? How one school of Fish succeeds in the business of design.

don kerr · First published June 19, 2015 on donkerrwrites.squarespace.com · Conventional wisdom is the cobbler's children have the worst shoes. During my 30+ years working in the designed communications community I can attest to the validity of that phenomenon in this sector. For an industr ...

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