February 2018 Posts for Small Business

As you may know, I publish most of my content for small business on Business Unplugged | CarolRoth.com because I am the editor-in-chief of that blog, and Carol has a bigger platform in the #smallbiz space.

Here are my posts from February:

Paid Content Promotion: Specificity Is Everything.  – This post did really well. I was over the moon when Mari Smith, a leading Facebook expert, tweeted it out to her followers. Wow!

A Social Media Etiquette Refresher – Many of us are on social media a lot, but it seemed a good time to remind people about what you should – and should not – do on social media.

How to Have Profitable and Enjoyable Client Enrollment Calls – The apple fell and hit me on the head recently.  I am actually in the client enrollment business (or I won’t have a business).

Your Competition Isn’t Who or What You Think It Is – Note to self: your competition isn’t the other service provider, it’s the noise we’re all drowning in.

January 2018 Posts for Small Business

Here are some of my recent posts for my #smallbiz clients and colleagues that were published on Carol Roth.com | Business Unplugged.

Change One Word and Feel Better Immediately – This easy habit changed everything for me! Truly.

Communication Skills: Brutally Honest Is Just Brutal – As a coach, I need to tell people difficult things. Here’s how to do it without being brutal.

Being “The Wizard” May Be the Problem – Struggling in your business? Step away from the laptop!

Entrepreneur: Know Thyself – Ask yourself these questions and you’ll have a MUCH easier time growing your business.

Case Study: Speaking for Free Can Have a Big Payoff – The story about a recent speaking engagement, and what a great use of time it was.

My Secret Weapon Can Be Yours – We’re Growing!

I am so excited to announce that we’ll be partnering with Matthew Fox to be able to serve our clients better and deeper.

Matthew and I had a blast giving my Acing the Interview workshop at the Career Resource Center in Lake Forest yesterday.

Matthew has a background in IT project management, digital marketing, and public speaking and presenting. In the past, I referred to him as my secret weapon. Now, it’s not a secret and you can read more about Matthew here.

December 2017 Posts for Small Business

Here are some of my recent posts for my #smallbiz clients and colleagues that were published on Carol Roth.com | Business Unplugged.

Your Website Isn’t For You – You’re website isn’t a place to stroke your own ego and blather about nothing. It needs to be written for your prospects!

Over 4,300 Views on LinkedIn – I analyze why a random post I wrote on LinkedIn went viral.

 

November 2017 Posts for Small Business

Here are some of my recent posts for my #smallbiz clients and colleagues that were published on Carol Roth.com | Business Unplugged.

You Hit the Wall in Your Business – Now What? – Should you look for a job or fix your business? Some questions to ask yourself.

Busyness Is Not the Right Metric – If one more person tells me they’re “crazy busy” I am going to lose it. Busyness is the wrong thing to be measuring.

October 2017 Posts for Small Business

Here are some recent posts for my #smallbiz clients and colleagues that were published on Carol Roth.com | Business Unplugged.

Five Mid-Day Mojo Boosters – Need an energy boost? Here are some easy and fun ways to feel better immediately!

Living My Values Halved My Fee – An unusual situation where I gave my client my best advice even though it cost me some $

What LinkedIn Recommendations Do and Don’t Do for Your Business – LinkedIn recommendations are great because they are easily verifiable, but if you do deeply personal work (like I do), people may not want to include the most valuable benefits…

All Trick and No Treat: Beware These Ghoulish Clients – If these clients come knocking, don’t answer the door!

Catherine Morgan Joined the Teaching Faculty of Transformation TV

I am excited to share that I have joined the teaching faculty of Transformation TV, which is focused on becoming the Netflix for video content about transformation and change.

The next 4-6 weeks will be focused on creating my teaching segment that will air for three months on the platform.

While there are many competent professionals in the career transition space, I am a little different in that I look at the whole person, not just the professional.

Clients frequently say that our work created a complete shift in their professional and personal life – clarity, confidence, focus, etc. I’m looking forward to being able to reach a global audience through Transformation TV.