Posts made in November, 2012

An Apple a Week: Relaxation and Sleep

Posted by on Nov 12, 2012 in An Apple a Week, Blog | 0 comments

An Apple a Week: Relaxation and Sleep

So much of our business and personal success is dependent on a right state of mind. Moodiness, lack of focus, irritability, and poor memory are not known as the attributes of winners. Low energy, sleepiness, and grumpiness are not the magical formula for health, wealth, and wellbeing. They are all the symptoms of poor sleep quality and lack of sleep. Not being able to unwind and put your mind to rest when going to bed is one of the biggest causes of sleep deprivation. Do you lie awake at night thinking about your business or plotting your activities for the next day? Do you have a tendency to...

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A Day in Your Shoes: When Growth Goes Bad.

Posted by on Nov 9, 2012 in A Day in Your Shoes, Blog | 0 comments

A Day in Your Shoes: When Growth Goes Bad.

Hey everyone. Welcome back to another “Day in Your Shoes.” This past month has been a for Greener Grass Marketing. Business is booming. In response to this amazing week, I am going to talk about when a business goes through a growth spurt. Most small businesses are so used to working in an environment where they are struggling to survive that very few are ready for the big boost when something goes right and business starts pouring in. Though a mass influx of business would logically seem to be a blessing, it can quickly become the exact opposite. Usually, just a few minutes of planning...

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Four Things NOT to do on Social Media.

Posted by on Nov 6, 2012 in Blog, Social Media | 0 comments

Four Things NOT to do on Social Media.

Social media is one of the best marketing tools businesses can utilize–as long as they do it right. Here are four things you should avoid at all costs to make sure your audience doesn’t decide to block your updates. Do not just blast unsolicited offers to your followers. This concept worked for traditional advertisement, and it still has its time and place, but that place is not social media. This model was created for one-way marketing mediums, like postal mailings and newspapers. It is dated and inappropriate for social media, which makes two-way communication possible. People...

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