11 TIPS ON HOW TO REALLY BOOST YOUR BUSINESS WITH JOINT VENTURE MARKETING PART 2 OF 2 PARTS

My own Canadian joint venture partner, Monique MacKinnon, and I have each been in a variety of other types of jont ventures with others. Vince Golder, who we met through his LinkedIn group, Goldnet Referral Marketing has 27 years of successful strategies to discuss. This week, Vince of has 11 ideas for venture marketing in part two of HOW TO REALLY BOOST YOUR BUSINESS WITH JOINT VENTURE MARKETING:[Continue Reading…]

HOW TO REALLY BOOST YOUR BUSINESS WITH JOINT VENTURE MARKETING PART 1 OF 2 PARTS

Vince and I met at the new group on LinkedIn, You Are In Royal Hands where we connect for either potential collaborating, like this, or to discuss successful strategies. This week, Vince Golder of Goldnet Referral Marketing has a two part blog post about joint venture marketing:[Continue Reading…]

Collaborating selfishly is easy; mutually beneficial not always so

The more top lessons of collaboration I learn, the more I realize some of the pieces fall naturally into place for my introvert style others I have to reach for.

Since my first business, Professional Strategies Inc, a name I still use but my services and products have changed, I’ve found collaboration to be fun, profitable and evolving. One theme that remains consistent with anyone I collaborate with is the issue of trust. If it isn’t there, I can sense it, I don’t stuff it or ignore, instead, good-byes are imminent.

What are natural pieces for an introvert? What pieces do you want to pay attention to regardless of your preference to introversion or extroversion? Marc Lawn of The Business GP, a consultant to some key blue chip businesses across the globe, has a few lessons for all: [Continue Reading…]

Introvert entrepreneur: will you consider collaboration or choose be a team of one?

The question is “What is your top lesson learned from collaborating, to consider future collaborations?” Leanne Hoagland-Smith, Chief Results Officer of Advanced Systems, answered this question in a way I bet most introverts can easily relate to: with questions. What is her top lesson? The bottom line to her approach is being able to communicate that you are trustworthy and here’s how: [Continue Reading…]

What Can an Introvert Entrepreneur Learn from Collaborating?

If you are an entrepreneur it’s likely you have either tried or are considering collaborating at some level. Online some of the common ways to do this are: guest blogging, affiliate programs, cross-promotion, product reviews, bonus contribution, co-authoring articles and eBooks, and co-producing teleclasses.

This month, my Canadian joint venture partner (a higher level collaboration) and I have been asking successful entrepreneurs:

“What is your top lesson learned from collaborating, to consider future collaborations?”

Would you be interested in learning from these lessons? I thought so! After all even introverts don’t need to have all lessons be first-hand experience. [Continue Reading…]

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