We know it is all about addressing the problem rather than hiding from the problem because unless you address it, it is going to continue to plague you. Of course there is always the possibility that will go away on its own, but this rarely works.
As entrepreneurs we have several destinations possible. Each with its own particular challenges. But we’re not the only people experiencing this. There are others.
Take for example DIYdigi. Will they slay the dragon?
I’m not really feeling out of sorts today, it’s just that I am going all-in on an idea I have for a market I know exists and that I could help. Even with the competition, I believe my idea will prevail. We’ll see. I guess I’m kind of nervous about it because it involves a big commitment on my part.
There is another ambulance siren out there here as I write this in NYC. Someone is sick. Do they have Covid-19? If I seem a little down today, what I am about to show you is not muck of a picker uper. Here’s the latest from DIYdigi.
I am feeling very Zen today. As if I am in touch with being able to have things unfold easily. It is true that I have less intensely concentrated tasks today than yesterday, but for some reason August 6th, 2020 feels better than August 5th was.
Sure it is possible actually getting a few hours of sleep is helping this mindset along, but regardless of why I am allowing myself to experience it, I am grateful for that. Because I have had many very difficult times in my spiritual life up until now. And tomorrow could hold more turbulence. If so, I’ll take it on then.
It has really hit some industries hard as well as the arts. The lower tier players in the arts have had a bad enough time in the past just surviving, let alone now with the Pandemic, some have called it quits. Not everyone though, there are some artists who keep on moving forward: teaching artists. Usually they have some sort of art form that they excel in and are used to teaching while in the same room as their students. This may be changing as seen at NYC Workshops.
What a day today is. We have quickly put together posts either about branding or missions. We’ll start with branding, followed by the two mission ones. Here’s the branding one from NYC AIM (New York City Apprenticeships in Media).
The three blogs we have for you today are all ones that are presenting something having to do with some aspect of marketing. For example, Media Administration is showing us information on the very important topic of value.
And finally, let’s take a gander at DIYdigi at DIYdigi.com. As always this blog moves toward solutions that people can do themselves, hence the DIY in the name, standing of course for Do It Yourself, while the entire moniker represents: Do It Yourself Digital Marketing.
At the moment I am trying to figure out the relationships of, and get an overview (or common thread), that all of today’s links have in common. For better or worse I am going to go with the notion that all three are pretty personal. For example the one that I am about to link to was likely created in real time as it personally unfolded for the writer. Marketer Magician changed his style a bit in this post.
This first link isn’t actually directly related to employee marketing because it is a site for parents of kids call “Manhattan Kids Guide.” Though, one could make the connection as being that kids grow up to be employees or maybe even the CEO of her or his own entrepreneurial project!
We now bring you Manhattan Magician’s latest. He is by night the Manhattan Magician and by day is a manager and marketer. This blog post is interesting because Mr. Magician decides to present an Employee Marketing strategy to magicians in the hope that they will learn to believe in themselves as business people and promoters.
Three websites from the coalition are posting today on the topic of “Cause Marketing.” Cause marketing is of course when you help others in need and in the process your business flourishes. More details can be found in this blog entry of DIYdigi.