Do we we like Budgeting any better in the digital age? Not really. Is there a simple way to take baby steps to “Stay on Budget,” that business owners won’t see as severely cramping their style from minute one? Yes, here are two.
Gosh that’s a lot of letters. 12 letters and 4 syllables to be exact. Isn’t there an easier way to say perseverance? “Stick-to-it-iveness” is a bit more upbeat, or even “tenacity” sounds a bit snappier.
Which one of these thoughts bubble up first when you think of money? Money is the root of all evil. Money doesn’t grow on trees. Very few of us make it through childhood without a whole passel of these handy dandy catchphrases burrowing deep into our psyche.
You all know the power of words. Sometimes they startle. Other times they soothe. They turn off, or turn on, a person’s desire to hear more. What word is often magnetic?
How many times have any of us, even all of us, blathered on and on, completely unaware of the glaze building in our audience’s eyes and minds? Or, aware, but unable to stop ourselves?
Curiously, I hear the same complaints about Mondays from business owners as I do from employees. It’s a bit strange, because as business owners, we really do have the discretion and power to create what we want.
Free is a naturally compelling word. Often followed by an exclamation point. As if it weren’t exciting enough by itself. It shows up on all the lists of marketing power words. Who doesn’t like free?