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9 Savvy Ways to Be a Magnetic & Magnanimous Networking Connector

9 Savvy Ways to Be a Magnetic & Magnanimous Networking Connector

Do you love to network or attend events? What keeps you from wanting to go (fear, judgement, time) or do you just need help to be more magnetic and successful at networking? Here are some fantastic tips to help!Continue Reading

9 Insanely Powerful Questions That Will Radically Explode the Recurring Revenue in Your Business

9 Insanely Powerful Questions That Will Radically Explode the Recurring Revenue in Your Business

Your business doesn’t exist without clients. If they aren’t happy, they aren’t referring others. Are you asking the right questions about your client services? Here are 9 insanely powerful questions that will radically explode the recurring revenue in your business.Continue Reading

Automating Your Marketing: Understanding Your Sales Cycle – 3 Actionable Ways to Rock Your Service Delivery

Automating Your Marketing: Understanding Your Sales Cycle – 3 Actionable Ways to Rock Your Service Delivery

Where does your breakage occur in your business? If you have sales, then it’s probably your service delivery. Try these 3 Actionable Ways to Rock Your Client’s Experience. They cost you nothing to implement!Continue Reading

Go Ahead and Be Bold…Break the Mold!

Go Ahead and Be Bold…Break the Mold!

Are You Ready to Boldly Break the Mold? Let’s play a game. I want you to give your business a persona. Are you visualizing what your business would look like if it was a person? Are you seeing a girl with a pink mohawk, cool Dr Marten boots, funky tights and colorful attire? Or doContinue Reading

Can you train happiness? It might just be your biggest sales conversion asset yet!

Can you train happiness?  It might just be your biggest sales conversion asset yet!

A Red Thread Client Experience is subconsciously based on the emotions that are invoked during a transaction or relational experience. We can automate our marketing, write perfect copy, but if the encounter with our brand is less than “happy” our clients or prospects “feel it” and store it for their choice next time. Happiness is free. Or is it? Continue Reading