Harvard Lecturer Explains How To Achieve Extreme Productivity

Many businesses, such as law and accounting firms, bill clients by the hour. It’s been this way for decades and it’s generally expected that when you’re paying more, you’re getting the best. But the system is fundamentally flawed. It rewards the unproductive. It also wastes time on behalf of clients. Don’t get me wrong; you should get what you pay for. But if you spend two hours going through old invoices with a fine-tooth comb to see if you can find even an hour of erroneously billed time, what’s that really saving? If you charged $100 an hour for your services would it be worth $200 to find a $50 error? Continue reading “Harvard Lecturer Explains How To Achieve Extreme Productivity”

Social Media 101 – Funnel Then Expand

NVS TipsFrequently, I’ll sit across from a prospect or new client filled with enthusiasm about using social media to build a following and present a brand to the world.  Regardless of the industry, age or knowledge of social media clients such as Twitter, Facebook and even memories of MySpace, the angle initially is always the same.  Everyone wants to be everywhere.  Right now.  Today. Immediately. Continue reading “Social Media 101 – Funnel Then Expand”