Monthly Archives: March 2002

You Know More Than You Realize

I met a man at a business conference recently who described himself as a, “career coach.” After learning what I did for a living, he quickly confessed to me that while he wanted to start an E-Newsletter, what kept him from doing it was that he had, “nothing to say.” We kept on talking — about careers, about life balance, about the meaning of work — and in the course of the next 15 minutes, he gave me three or […] Click to read more…

 

Respect The Unexpected

I organized a roundtable meeting yesterday on the subject of E-Newsletters, and invited about a dozen small business owners to come in and talk about the progress and challenges they’ve faced regarding their respective publications (thank you Roving Software for hosting the event!). Although I knew them all, they were strangers to each other, and so we spent the first 30 minutes or so getting acquainted by filling in a big grid that summarized each person’s E-Newsletter efforts (target audience, […] Click to read more…