Monthly Archives: January 2012

How to be “Mobile” On the Road-Part 2

Thanks for joining me for Part 2 of this video series on how to leverage the equipment, software and mindset to operate as an efficient mobile office while you travel. In Part One; I gave you an overview of the tools and technology needed to run your mobile office. Today, I’m going to get deeper into logistics, planning and strategies to reduce road stress before you travel. Go ahead and check it out now and be sure to share any comments or questions you may have. Happy traveling!

How to be “Mobile” On the Road-Part 1

I know it’s a bit of an oxymoron. But, I promise you this is not a “Why did the chicken cross the road?” metaphor. The fact is, many people are not properly equipped to be productive while on the road. To be truly mobile while traveling, it takes more than a cell phone, laptop and internet card to keep you effectively connected and operational. Are you equipped to leverage all of the mobile applications and tools available on the web while you travel? Let’s say you meet someone who could really benefit from your product or service. Are you prepared…

Live Action vs Screencast Video

I love metaphors. And, just coming out of “Bowl” season, I am inspired by the football teams which demonstrate versatility in the way they run their offense. Truly, the better teams have a quarterback who can execute a great running game, as well as passing. Similarly, as the quarterback of your Internet business…and the creator of content, it makes sense to have total versatility in presenting your video content. Take a look at this short video in which I share some tips that I’ve learned from ‘live video’ master, Rick Davis, in setting up the lighting, generating spontaneous content…and oh…

Why You Need ‘Business Rules’

As you go about the daily tasks of working your business, there is a very easy system which you can set up that will keep your business on track. I call it setting up your “Business Rules”. One of the best ways to maintain your high energy level and rate of production is to not have to think about how you would approach each new decision that presents itself. That’s where “Business Rules” come in. Check out this new video to better understand their significance and how to set them up for yourself. (Note: Please click on the little icon…