I like to get things done, how about you?
Is your productivity up-to-snuff? Do you ever have projects that take way longer than they should?
Join me in this episode of the Halftime Mike podcast as I dive into the details you need to know to market successfully on Facebook today!
It's all about keeping it practical, doable, and leading edge so you can grow more leads and sales online!
This week I fly solo and dive into my philosophies on getting things done! Why it's important for small businesses, how not to get stuck, and what really matters.
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* Be Distinct ( the alternative is extinct)
* A Bias for Action
* Execute with Excellence
* You win when others win
* Engage & Empower Others!
* Get up, shake it off, and keep at it!
* Impact Your World!
* Leadership is Service
* Autonomy with fierce commitment to Values
I do a lot of writing, including having articles published with leading blogs including Social Media Examiner, AllFacebook.com and with Mari Smith.
As the co-founder and manager of TabSite, I understand the small business and start-up mindset. With over 7 years of consulting experience for small and medium sized businesses, I understand and can speak to those wanting to increase in-store traffic, elevate their online footprint, and those battling the challenges of juggling multiple priorities.
I speak the language of business. I understand the challenges – what it is like to meet budgets, to go out and get customers, and to keep them.
Those who hear me and follow my blog value my skill for simplifying technology and social business ideas to make them practical and useful.
You can view my complete bio at the About tab of this site.
I’m a Indiana Hoosier native where basketball is the top sport. Every team heads to the locker room at halftime to evaluate the first half and create a updated plan for the second half. That plan includes adjustments based on reviewing what worked and what didn’t.