Tag Archives: money

How to Use Data Analytics

Data analytics seems to be getting a great deal of press lately. The emergence of “tech” as a social norm, the evolution of the internet and the attention of the big four social networking giants (Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn…although I’ve seen some good arguments about who that last one should be) has brought data and […]

Money, Trust, Referral

Customers pay in three ways: Money, Trust, Referral That’s it. That’s how they pay. Here’s a bit more of an explanation. Money Sure – this is an easy one. Sales. Customers give you money for what it is that you give or do for them. Whether it be service, products, or experience, when a customer […]

More Than Just a Business

Sports teams are more than just a business, more than just an organization trying to make money. Sports are about more than just trying to score points or move the ball. Sports embrace community. Sports teach and pass along social values. Sports encourage personal traits of leadership, integrity, honesty, and discipline. Sports are where we […]

How do you monetize social media?

That question seems to be all the rage these days, doesn’t it? How do you use these newly adopted social tools to assist in meeting your financial goals? Well, one of the (many) principles I try to live by goes like this – “the answer only matters if you are asking the right question.” I’m […]