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4 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/231549
Pretty awesome, Margie. I'm a vet, and spent some time in Baghdad, and although I don't talk about it much, or demand recognition, it's cool to see people noticing that it is actually happening. (this is Ryan Critchett. iMR is my tech company). Awesome idea. I'm sure you'll get some good results.
2 years, 6 months ago on #vetsmatter and we should tell them so
Really enjoyed listening guys. It all comes back to attention. It's everything.
2 years, 6 months ago on How Technology Kills Creativity with Ameena Falchetto
Interesting to hear parts of your past Gini. It's refreshing to hear you talk about having to know and learn the real stuff, that crap that actually matters (balance sheets, how a company makes money, etc). It's exactly that. I'm a biz dev guy (Ryan Critchett - this is me!), so this aligns with every brain cell in my head.
2 years, 7 months ago on Entrepreneurial Lessons Even if You’re Not Starting a Business
Yo Dominick. This made me think about categorizing strategies into those 3 things you mentioned.. brand awareness, sales and.. leads I think it was. Ooo! Now I'm going to build strategies around those three outcomes. I like the overall tone to this, the sort of.. days of the yellow pages are gone, and in with the new!
2 years, 7 months ago on Five Priorities for Your Online Advertising
Yep, the crazy roller coaster! I guess.. build massive revenue streams as fast as you can like a mad person! Eh.. it takes a while. Great post guys.
2 years, 8 months ago on How to Ride the Revenue Rollercoaster
It can go both ways, but in the end, you're right. You do want competitors to help you be better. It's the things they do that temporarily make you want to crush them forever (at least that's how I've seen it work with me).
2 years, 8 months ago on If You Want To Kill Your Competition Then You May As Well Kill Your Goals