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True Client Attraction vs. Forced Marketing

April 17, 2017

R. Shawn McBride recently published an article to the McBride For Business Blog on a topic that might be of interest: True Client Attraction vs. Forced Marketing.

He examines the fine line out there between getting highly motivated customers that want to come to you and forcing people into your funnel.

You can see the full article here.

About the Author

R. Shawn McBride — R. Shawn McBride is the Managing Member of The R. Shawn McBride Law Firm, PLLC. Read the rest

November Book Review

November 15, 2016

This blog post is the newest in our monthly Book Review series. The following books reviewed are a collection of invaluable reads, topics include: marketing, medicine, leadership and women in business.

Platform… Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt is a prodigious guide for helping to build a brand and identifies how to get your business’ message out there.  I wish I had seen this book earlier in my business journey.  I already practice several of Hyatt’s brand strategies, but the book taught me details and helped me refine the strategies I currently have in place.… Read the rest

September Book Review

September 20, 2016

September Book Reviews

This blog post is the second in a new series on book reviews. The following books are motivational page-turners, emphasizing how to achieve personal and business-related success. These books may pique the interest of an attorney looking to market their firm, or business owners looking to broaden their knowledge, on hot topics in business right now.

For business owners, The 10X Mind Expander by Dan Sullivan, a strategic planner and CEO of The Strategic Coach, is a great book on thinking about business expansion in exponential and non-linear terms.… Read the rest

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