Monthly Archives: August 2011

Okay Wyoming, what’s up?

Thanks to Google and their analysis of my site, I can see where my blog visitors are from. As of 2010, Wyoming’s population was 563,626. . . give or take a few cowboys. So why do I not have any … Continue reading

Posted in Advertising, Audience, Business Growth, Challenge, Community, Development, Growth, Partners, Progress | 4 Comments

What if . . .

. . . this is what you’re faced with? And instead of your name, it was the name of your business? If we had tombstones for all the businesses that have started and failed over the last 20 years, we … Continue reading

Posted in Basics, Bottom Line, Business Growth, Dread, Future, Progress, Success | 2 Comments

They are everywhere

We couldn’t get away from them. They were everywhere. They mobbed our tables. They took our samples. They asked questions. They thanked us. They are our new customers. Will all of them shop with us? No way. Were some of … Continue reading

Posted in Business Growth, Extra Mile, Growth, Marketing, Reaching Customers, Relationship | 4 Comments

One in a million

“The statistics are very much against us. Think about it. If there is a one in a million chance something will go wrong, and 10 million guests ride our ride, then something will happen ten times. We can’t design to … Continue reading

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Pardon our progress

You’ve seen the signs. A store is updating their look, remodeling, renovating. Call it what you like. In any case, they can’t afford to close the doors while the work goes on. What does it say about a business that … Continue reading

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