Knowing how to do something and willing to do it on your own are not the same thing
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Little things done well can create huge value
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Discovering value upfront is critical to aligning with customers
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What you need to know so you can go big on your own too
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Why performing “work made for hire” is bad for your service business
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While I was seeking to show the value of matching ideas with execution last week, Hacker News had its own agenda and a heated discussion
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What to watch out for when hiring the person with "all the ideas"
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Focus is power. The lack of focus is a slow death, or if you're lucky, a path towards mediocrity. Learning to say "no" will create better outcomes for …
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Focusing too narrowly on credentials and experience means you will likely pass by some exceptional talent that can offer move value in the long run
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Before clients can care about your WHY, they need to know "how can you help me?"
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Remember there are humans on both sides of the table and frustration usually follows unmet needs and failed expectations
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The dangers of complacency and why your best source of future revenue is from clients you've already helped
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