as she sampled their beds and bowls of porridge? She knew “just right” when she experienced it.


Your starting point is

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to actually ASK your customers and prospects what they need solved, why it’s so important to them, and what is the impact that having it solved will make on their business and their lives. ~Linda Feinholz


“I’ve been looking for YOU!” and you’ll add an extra “0” to the revenue you bring in by matching your solutions to their unspoken dreams. ~Linda Feinholz


In today’s tough,

by Linda Feinholz July 5, 2012

competitive market, it’s difficult to compete on price or product. Even in the new technology arena. ~Linda Feinholz

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You see chances are

by Linda Feinholz June 28, 2012

good that your customers and prospects can buy the same product or service (or at least comparable ones) from any one of several of your competitors.  ~Linda Feinholz

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Your business

by Linda Feinholz June 21, 2012

profitability depends entirely on your matching the Vision…….~Linda Feinholz

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With your Goals in mind

by Linda Feinholz June 14, 2012

you can start designing the business model that will achieve them.  ~Linda Feinholz

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The key to being good

by Linda Feinholz June 7, 2012

at setting and achieving goals is to be realistic in your expectations. ~Linda Feinholz

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Without goals,

by Linda Feinholz May 31, 2012

it’s easy to wander aimlessly, getting sidetracked with any inspiring new thing that comes along. ~Linda Feinholz

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You’ve got to convert your attention

by Linda Feinholz May 24, 2012

from the reverie of Visioning to the Actions you’ll take in your current world in order to achieve that Vision. ~Linda Feinholz

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