The Judicious, Inc. 1,000 Tree Challenge

By Sean Work, Founder of Judicious, Inc.

Last night my side gate wasn’t latched and it kept banging around in the wind. I hate getting out of bed in the middle of the night to go close the gate. It’s a rude awakening, to say the least. No choice, though. I know if I don’t go out and close it, it’s going to keep me up all night. Continue reading The Judicious, Inc. 1,000 Tree Challenge

3 Simple Steps to Maximize Your Networking Event Efforts

It’s far too easy to waste years of one’s life going to business networking events and not get anything out of it.

Maybe you connect with someone once in a while and do a phone call.

But for a lot of people, most of the business networking they do doesn’t provide any substantial return.

In this post, we’re going to provide you with 3 simple steps to turn business networking into a machine for greatness. This will help you with your online and in-person business networking efforts (regardless of pandemics!). Continue reading 3 Simple Steps to Maximize Your Networking Event Efforts

The Accidental Expert – Seven Keys to Authoritative Content

Ten years ago, my first published content ultimately became my first important lesson on the value of writing with authority. A simple “best practices” article for a trade magazine led to a phone invitation from the plant manager of a farm equipment company. He asked if I could meet with him to discuss the article, and I agreed to make the 87-mile trek. Continue reading The Accidental Expert – Seven Keys to Authoritative Content

The Flywheel Sales & Marketing Model

The flywheel sales and marketing model was introduced as an antithesis to the traditional sales and marketing funnel model. The two have major league differences. The main difference between the two includes how the customers are treated. The “old-school” funnel model places the customer as an afterthought of any marketing strategy and really only focuses on new customer acquisition. Continue reading The Flywheel Sales & Marketing Model