Michelle Ward

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Just 15 Minutes a Day to Becoming a Twexpert

At the end of 2010, I did a pretty deep analysis of where my clients were coming from, based on the all-important question, “How’d you find me?”. While personal referrals and blog write-ups/posts/ads rated high, the #1 answer that beat them all (Are you sitting down for this?) was…    Twitter! I kid you not. I...
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Just 15 Minutes a Day to Becoming a Blogging Genius

Since I had to build my coaching business from my day-job cubicle, I was practically forced to promote the business solely through social media. Thankfully, I decided right away to start blogging, and found a fantastic outlet for my creativity. It's a wonderful way to connect with like-minded people around the world, a non-sleazy way...
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Just 15 Minutes a Day to Becoming a Full-Time Entrepreneur

As a day job dweller, what's your scarcest resource when it comes to building your business?     Let's all give the answer together: Time!    When you work full-time (or more!) for someone else, where do you find the time for your entrepreneurial endeavor? (Hint: You don't. You make time.) So instead of doing something --...