Email marketing in an era of information overload. I discussed this email marketing topic two years ago in the context of utilizing networking. For many coaches especially, networking in a COVID world is in the virtual world. Never has there been more of a need for effective coaching programs, and never has it been [...]
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Too many new business owners focus on the what and the how of their business and do not ask themselves why they are in business. According to a 2012 study by Neilson, 92% of people, world-wide, buy based on personal recommendations. It is usually easier to get personal recommendations from your clients if they [...]
Evolution not revolution I am a member of a generation that wanted to rebel against the establishment and then we became the establishment. The Beatles got it and sang about us being a group that did not want to really rebel when they sang "Revolution" in the watershed year of 1968. For those of [...]
Moving One of the realities of the afternoon of life is that we are going to move, even if it is to an urn on our grandchildren's mantle or a hole in the ground. It is not a question of if, it is a question of when and a question of how. Many people, [...]
What if? Too often we fret over all kinds of ‘what ifs’ that may in fact never happen. What if I lose my job? What if my business fails? What if my child doesn’t get into the school of his choice? What if I get ill? What if I have to replace my car? [...]
How did we get all this stuff? As we age, there seems to be less attachment to possessions or the need for possessions. In the first half of my life, I was consumed by being a consumer. I had to have the latest "stuff". Even when I turned fifty, the entry point to the [...]
The afternoon of life The paradox of the afternoon of life is that just as we may feel we are finally hitting our stride – if we do not take a siesta, we risk burning out – never making it to the evening of life. I have found myself looking at living according to [...]
September is back to school season and as we prepare for the fall, it is a good time to reflect on what do we need to re-learn ourselves. One of the things that I have found over the years is that we become like the people that we hang out with. If we want [...]
When I launched onCOREventures three years ago, I wanted to work with people in the second half of life. For someone in their sixties like me, it is readily apparent that they are in the second half of life. But, I had forgotten that when I turned thirty, I also thought that I was [...]
Why New Year's resolutions fail – and how you can cultivate lasting change I stopped making New Year's resolutions a long time ago because they never seemed to amount to anything. The most frequent resolution for me was to get back into shape or lose weight. But when we make resolutions to make big, [...]