RTNP 71 Seth Ehrlich | Living Your Values

Episode 71: Living Your Values To Expand Your Mission With Seth Ehrlich

  The business world is changing. No longer can businesses continue to operate in using the old paradigm. Put your head down, shut up, and work harder no longer work as a motivators for your team. This shift to culture-based business promises a different experience for all stakeholders. And when you and your entire team … Continued

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Embracing the 4-Day Work Week

I’ve been experimenting with the concept of the #fourdayworkweek over the past several months and definitely have not yet nailed it. Working “all the time” is one of the curses of #entrepreneurlife but I have been giving the 4-day work week a whirl. It started with an attitude shift and some intentionality around scheduling. The … Continued

RTNP 69 | Podcast Launching

Episode 69: Get Your Podcast Up And Running: Successful Podcast Launching Tips With Tony Lupo And Ryan Fairfield Of The Warrior Next Door

  Launching a podcast can be difficult especially if you don’t find your niche. According to recent research, there are currently over 2 million individual podcasts out there. And around 45 million episodes. That sounds like a pretty crowded market. But when you dig into the stats a bit more, some real gold gets unearthed. … Continued

You can’t make BS promises and expect to create a lasting relationship with customers

Don’t build your relationships on lies

I just received an email from a company claiming to work with Neil Patel and suggesting that they could produce “just as many leads” as they create for his business. C’mon, guys. I get it. Getting your foot in the door can be a challenge. But let’s not build a relationship on complete BS. When … Continued

Episode 64: Hone Your Message To Reinforce The Work You Do With Stephanie And David From SJMA

  As you’re probably aware, I’m a big fan of protecting Colorado’s open spaces. You may know Relish is involved with 1% for the Planet, but I think it’s also of interest that I’ve chosen to live deep in the forest of Colorado’s Front Range. It’s fair to say environmental stewardship is engrained in what … Continued

Kindness is a virtue

Who has been kind to you in your professional life? Could be a boss, co-worker, mentor… maybe even a stranger. I have been fortunate to have been the recipient of many kindnesses throughout my professional journey. Townsend Wardlaw would encourage me to pivot my thinking to express these as opportunities I *created*. This is why … Continued

RTNP 63 | Sales And Marketing

Episode 63: Telling Your Story At The Intersection Of Marketing, Branding, And Sales With Suzi Bahnsen From Apple And Arrow Sales

  In the for-profit world, Sales and Marketing are two sides of the same coin. They work hand-in-hand to build an organization. In the nonprofit world, however, these two components of brand building and stakeholder engagement get a bad rap. But do nonprofits actually sell? Of course they do. Whether some component of your organization … Continued

Learning a second language

Learning a second language

I’m learning Spanish. Spanish is the second most used language in almost every state in the U.S. And the number of people who speak it in the U.S. is growing—especially here in Colorado. So every day, I spend at least 30 minutes studying Spanish in an effort to be able to connect with others who … Continued

RTNP 62 | Amazon Product Launch

Episode 62: How To Successfully Launch A Product On Amazon With Luke Tierney Of Eco D2c

  I don’t think it’s news that Amazon dominates the online selling game, both here in the United States and around the world. You don’t get to be a $1.75T—yes, that’s trillions of dollars—by slacking. In any case, if you’re launching a consumer product, a little knowledge about how to market it on Amazon can … Continued

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Have you considered “Employment Marketing”?

In this day and age of competition for employees, organizations (both for- and nonprofits) need to go on the offensive when marketing to potential hires. No longer can we expect people to come flocking to us for employment opportunities. I hear this every day in conversations with leaders: “I had to repost that job because … Continued