Anyone can record a video of their screen and upload it to YouTube. But if you pay attention to the details, you can create better-looking screencasts that folks will actually watch and share! This article contains my top tips, tricks, and best practices to help you create professional-quality screencasts today.
Kay and I had the privilege of attending the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 along with a handful of our friends, thanks to the incredible generosity of our good friend, Chris Lema.
Today, Kay and I are grieving the loss of our dear friend and mentor, Ernie Fitzpatrick. Moments like this call for great words, but it’s at precisely these times when words fail to convey all that is in our heart. So this post is my feeble attempt to share just how much this extraordinary man has impacted my life, my work, and my family.
Today is my friend, Chris Lema’s birthday. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. It may just be the close proximity of these two days, but I feel inspired to share how grateful I am for Chris and the impact he’s had on my life during this past year.
So you’ve launched your membership site… now what? What’s the best way to let the world know your site exists and increase traffic to your membership site?
Growing a membership site is hard work. There are no shortcuts for building a vibrant, long-lasting community. It takes time, strategic planning, and a relentless dedication to consistently exceed your members’ expectations. But here are three tips that will hopefully give you a head start.
From time to time, folks reach out to me with questions about how to build a successful membership site. Recently, I was asked, “If you had the opportunity to redo your membership site, what would you do differently?”
From time to time, folks reach out to me with questions about how to build a successful membership site. Recently, I was asked, “How can you validate an idea for a membership site or product before you invest your time and money, ensuring it’s a solution that folks will actually buy?”
In a perfect world, a handshake and a verbal agreement would be all two people need to get along. Sadly, we’ve all experienced the devastating effects of miscommunication. When we find ourselves in conflict with a spouse, friend, or colleague, our natural tendency is to fall into one of two patterns: fight or flight. But these five relationship keys can help you resolve conflicts before they erupt!