Commitment is such an interesting animal. It’s so easy. It can feel so good to assume the weight of the extra responsibility. And, for most of us, I believe it comes from a place of good intention. But then what?
I’m a firm believer that most if not all digital relationships come to an end at some point, and if this dedicated email was a trigger to some that reminded them that they’re no longer in need of the services/content/community that they once found here at Actionable
Being a part of a tribe is almost always exciting for us, in a way that being a part of a company sometimes is not. So what’s that all about? My take is that it’s probably the last piece – the “connected to an idea” part – that is so engaging. That forward momentum that comes from a shared vision of something that’s not quite reality, but within the realm of possibility.
When you launch a podcast, you have a couple choices. Frequency. Length and format of episode. Theme.
A lot of podcasters are rabidly focused on interviewing “the name” (ie. Simon Sinek). They want to use it for promotional purposes, and they hope the well-followed “big names” out there will…
“What’s the next thing you want them to do, and what’s the absolute smallest amount of information you could give them in order to make it happen?” This is the topic of discussion I’ve been having with a sales-focused group of our Actionable Consultants*. We’re appreciating that we (all of us) have a tendency to talk too much. To try to explain too much. Whether it’s a first email, a first sales meeting or the third, way too often we try to […]