The State House | Success In Education

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Thinking Like An Inventor

The Story of BelQuette and Thinking like an Inventor ColDesi has joined forces with BelQuette. Today’s blog post is with the two founders, Brett Wiebel and Mark Momborquette. These guys are a small business success story. They’ve been in the direct to garment printing...

Don’t Make This Equipment Purchase Mistake

Tips and Tricks for Avoiding Problems with Your New Purchase Imagine this: You go to Ikea or Walmart and buy a piece of furniture. You take it out of the box, look at all the pieces, and say, “I go this.” You start putting it together, and 19 pieces in you realize...

Learn to Pay Yourself First

There’s a great book called “Profits First” by Mike Michalowicz. Another book we recommend is “You Need a Budget” by Jesse Mecham. The methods these two people talk about are ones that anybody can do. And it’ll make a difference. We’re experts in a lot of things –...

The Trick to Selling More: Great Ad Design

Simple Ways to Turn Ad Dollars Into Profits For the most part we’re surrounded by good ads, whether it be a movie ad online, a restaurant ad on television, etc. The thing to keep in mind is that these big brands have teams of people working to create that ad. Though...

Sell Something Today

We talk a lot about marketing, but we see all the time on the Facebook group and we get calls about it: “My business isn’t doing well RIGHT NOW. How can I sell more stuff?” So what’s missing is “today.” Let’s do something today. This is a morning drive activity. You...

Customer Reviews are Mandatory

This week we chatted with Mike Herz from Shopper Approved to talk about why you must have ratings and reviews. It’s no longer an option. There’s a book we’re currently reading called Hug your Haters by Jay Baer. In it he talks about how the average customer will...