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Today we are going to explore competitive parenting. Do you want or need your child to out preform other children. Is your success as a parent directly attached to how your child performs? Do you keep a running score sheet comparing your successes against other parents successes?
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Competitive Advantage is defined as” superiority gained by a firm when it can provide the same value as its competitors but at a lower price, or can charge higher prices by providing greater value through differentiation”. Even though the origin of this concept is clearly geared towards businesses this can also can be applied to individuals also.
If you are a solo entrepreneur, one way to gain a competitive advantage is to work on developing your strengths. Successful entrepreneurs understand the importance of working on themselves, not just their businesses, and that includes becoming aware of and capitalizing on their strengths. You know I love to talk about vision, goals, focus, and action but there is another secret element that I include with all my one-on-one coaching services - the D
Sean Campbell, Principal, Cascade Insights Discusses Competitive Intelligence Frameworks and the Power Of Pattern Recognition For Deciphering Changing Market Forces And Customer Needs @sean_campbell Sean says, "Regularly, Scott Swigart and I discuss pertinent issues on the CI Life podcast. The Global Product Management Talk combined with the socratic twitter chat is a novel format for talking about frameworks with the product professional community." Background Resources:&
Join me on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 5:30 PM EST for the continuation of the Career Empowerment Series: Competitive Advantage Part 2. We will continue to answer the following questions listed below:
Question 7: Is the career path that I have chosen viable in today’s job market and business environment?
Question 8: Are my strengths able to translate into economic empowerment in today’s job market and business environment?
We will also introduce Question 11: In what ways can my strengths hinder me from succeeding in my chosen career path?
To join us, call in 646-200-4143 or join us at www.blogtalkradio.com/ctibaaga. Hope to see you there!
"If two men on the same job agree all the time, then one is useless. If they disagree all the time, both are useless." - Darryl F. Zanuck
Join Libby each week when she interviews business leaders, bestselling authors, and idea generators on nnovative topics straight from the pages of her latest book "Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow: The Art and Science of Building Brands."
Guest Expert Patty Triplett West Good Karmal GoodKarmal.com
COLLABORATE: How Collaboration Can Give You A Competitive Edge
Two brains are better than one - and twenty brains are better than two. Discover some practical methods for harnessing the power of collaboration, whether you work with a huge staff, a small in-house team, a group of outside vendors - or just you yourself. Libby helps you craft and share the Credibility Boosters that will jumpstart your collaborative process. In our Innovators Interview, Libby talks with Patty Triplett West, owner of GoodKarmal.com, makers of all-natural flavored caramels that InStyle magazine calls "the smart treat for the spiritual set," and Oprah Winfrey says "might be the best caramels I've ever had."
In our final Q from U segment, Libby answers a listener question about how to get her in-home caretaking business found online. Renata Felsner of Anam Cara 24/7 wants to know if she needs a video on her homepage video or if she should focus on building a community. Find out where to start in building a fan base.
How many times have you heard, "You should do competitive intelligence" or "You should follow your competitors." But what does that mean? And are there do's...and don'ts...to following the competition? Why should you bother with looking around at the other guys in your market, anyway? In this show, Jeanne Grunert, an award-winning writer and marketing expert and the president of Seven Oaks Consulting, will share with you her expert insight into why it's importan
It’s a conversation that never goes away… But it’s more critical in today’s rapidly changing, competitive, somewhat dysfunctional workplace… Leadership.
Just yesterday evening one of my associates was telling me he was actually in the office when 4 suits entered his (now “ex”) boss’s office. Brief minutes following, he had 4 escorts out the door with handcuffs on his wrists.
Case after case surfaces nearly every day in which a “trusted servant” has been selling us out for years… Making millions doing it… I just caught a headline about a high-ranking politician’s “Mass Deception.”
There’s no end in sight.
And even when it’s not outright dishonesty… It’s a very competitive world. And that is a fact that won’t go away.
But things are not all bad. It means there is a critical need for effective principled, visionary leadership.
Join business leaders Ted Ciuba and Chap Oscar as they guide you into effective, respectable, quantum leadership taking on such themes as…
What to do in a whirlwind of fierce competition How to handle customer expectations in light of the digital world How to think and move forward extremely nimble, flexible and responsively How leaders must embrace and handle resistance Think rich how to remove obstacles in our way How to create a culture of change and a team of heroes Aimed towards business people, the techniques apply in all aspects of all of our lives.
Join Becca Salamone and guest, Jaime Reid Ruff, as they discuss the trail riding sport, Competitive Mounted Orienteering. Learn the best resources for this thinking sport, including equipment and strategy. Jaime gives information about an upcoming FREE DEMO ride at Paul M. Grist State Park in Selma, Alabama, on November 3rd.