One of the elements of blog writing is “style”. Style can include things such as how you write, how you structure the posts, what elements you bring into your content, how you link to other writers, or how you combine original content with curated elements. Developing your own personal blogging style is one of the … [Read More…] What Rock Guitarists Can Teach Us About Blogging

Getting Things Done - Tim Lincecum

Completion. One of the most important skills in business is COMPLETION. Can you finish what you start? Do you finish your projects? Do you know when to stop analyzing and when to start wrapping up? Or do you get stuck in analysis paralysis and need a bit of nudging, direction or help to close it … [Read More…] Getting Things Done…Are You A starter Or A Closer?

I took the opportunity to go up to San Francisco to meet the Minimalists as part of their National Meetup Tour (I live about 20 minutes away). Josh and Ryan are great guys – I had met them before when I interviewed them as part of the Business Blogging Telesummit. It also happens to be … [Read More…] 365 Days of Minimalism Later: An Evening With The Minimalists

This has been a huge month for Right Mix Marketing! With the upcoming launch of the Business Blogging Telesummit, I’ve been using Content Marketing as one of the major marketing vehicles for this event. To that end, I’ve been busy with guest posts, interviewing and even a little photography and videography. I hope you enjoy … [Read More…] Build Up To A Launch – Examples of Content Marketing For An Event

  …and what you can learn from the book launch Guy Kawasaki’s launch and book tour for Enchantment, The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions, was an amazing thing to behold. If you’re on social media at all and have any interest in business or marketing, you couldn’t help but see pictures of fans … [Read More…] Enchantment: 10 Ways Guy Kawasaki Used Mind Control To Get Me To Buy His Book…

Networking for Introverts, Marketing For Shy People

As an introvert, common business activities like face-to-face networking, going to conferences, public speaking, and even publishing my thoughts online take a little extra effort and often require some mental self-cajoling.  I know there are a lot of people like me.  In fact, many more people online fit into the “lurkers” category than into the … [Read More…] Networking for Introverts: Resources For Shy Marketers