You know where this is, right? Yep. It's Mount Rushmore and this world-famous historical site is just a giant marketing stunt. They came up with the idea in the early 1920s, as a way to attract tourism to this part of South Dakota. You can't deny that it worked.
Business tips to keep you in front of your competitors
It’s important for a business owner to understand the ins and outs of operating a business. Read on for some tips and best practices that you can take advantage of.
The purpose of setting up your podcast is to address the needs of your audience. Your podcast topics can be about the challenges that your audience wants to overcome, a problem to solve or a subject with which they want to be more familiar. But there are cases that your audience just wants to be entertained or distracted for a while. This will only mean that when you choose a podcast topic, you have to know your audience's primary needs and how you can be of service to them. To make a podcast work, you must care about your podcast idea and pick a topic that you are passionate about. A podcaster will just fall off consistently publishing a new episode if he or she is not excited to put forth the effort. In this episode, Joshua Lewis shares his ideas on how to find the best content for your podcast.
People are listening to podcasts even before, so setting up a podcast is a great way to build a connection with your targeted audience. Aside from the connection that you can make through social media, podcasts will allow you to engage with unique long-form content. The first thing you have to do is to come up and develop a podcast concept. Although the topics may vary, choosing your podcast name, format, show length and fundamental questions to be asked are necessary. The most important question you also have to ask yourself for is, "Why am I starting a podcast?". The core values and purpose of establishing your own podcast will sustain it for the longest time so in this episode, Joshua Lewis shares some tips on how to set up your own podcast.
If you are running a business or thinking about starting a new one, there are things you need to consider to reach your goals. Becoming successful in any kind of industry and leaving an impact on the world is not easy. This will require an extreme amount of hard work and focus. You need to have a plan and be flexible to succeed in anything that you are passionate about. You've got to use your imagination, be creative and embrace the complexity of every situation. Many people start their business and think that when they turn on their computers and open their doors, they can begin making money not knowing that making money is much more difficult than they thought. In this episode, which is very timely, Brad Bulow shares his ideas on how to keep your business sane.
Have you ever been part of restructuring an organization? As what Heraclitus said, “The only constant in life is change.” And in this modern world, whether a complex or simple change happens, this highly affects all aspects of our daily routine. Restructuring a business is tough, and it takes a great deal of careful planning and execution but at the same time, we also need to remain adaptable to the ever-changing environment and maintain its competitiveness. Therefore, we must deal with these changes differently according to the situation. If you are considering to restructure your business or make organizational changes in the near future, there are a few things you must consider. In this episode, Tim Wilshire shares tips on how to restructure your business properly.