Features vs. Benefits

I just bought a new car. During this process I learned a lot about cars and desire. Why did I end up buying the car I did? Before I started looking I had a clear idea of the type of car and features I wanted. I did my homework on line for several cars that […]

There are two types of brides…

Consider hiring a videographer to your wedding. What would you pay to see your Parents’ or Grandparents’ wedding? I’m guessing quite a bit, right? Here’s your chance to make sure you CAN show your wedding to YOUR kids. There are two types of brides, those that hired videographers and those that wish they did. Here’s […]

Top 10 Wedding Requests for Solo Harp

Here are the Top 10 Requested for Solo Harp: 10. “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from Cinderella 9. “A Time for Us” from Romeo and Juliet 8. Handel’s “Passacaille” 7. Bach’s “Prelude” 6. “How Beautiful” by Twila Paris 5. “The Wedding March” by Mendelssohn (for recessional) 4. “One Hand, One Heart” from […]

What do Wedding Vendors REALLY Cost?

BUDGET. Think of it more of a guideline. Ask a variety of vendors what they charge, DON’T get a cost from a random wedding magazine or website. Even if they tell you a photographer should cost $300 you’ll be VERY disappointed when you can’t find one for that price. Get the best quality you can […]

Wedding Bands are Better than Club Bands

There is a huge difference between a wedding band and club band. Even if they are your all time favorite band and you are best friends with the singer. Bands that play in clubs: 1.  WON’T: Play the music YOU want them to play. 2.  WON’T: Know how make introductions. 3.  WON’T: Play music designed for […]

Give them what they want most!

The key to building a great website is really knowing who your target audience is and what they are looking for. It’s your job to give it to them in the clearest, simplest way possible. People will leave your site quickly if they can’t find what they want in under 10 seconds. This is your […]

Investment vs. Cost

For all business owners- don’t refer to your prices as the COST. Explain to your potential clients that they are making an INVESTMENT. To me a cost is a bill like Com Ed. An investment is something that gives you something back ideally worth more than you paid. Also change CONTRACT to AGREEMENT. Try these […]

The Power of the 2 Minute Call

The Power of the two minute call. I do about 20 two minute calls a day. Use them to confirm meetings, stay in touch or just let someone know you’re think of them. They will appreciate your respect for their time and show that you care about yours. Get more done and raise your profile […]

Shhhhhh!

Here’s how to get every guest to be quiet instantly. It doesn’t matter if you’re dealing with 50 or 500 guests. This works EVERY TIME! Just say this, “Ladies and Gentleman, please turn to your neighbor and say Shhhh.” People don’t like to be told to be quiet, but are more than happy to tell […]

Stay Up to Date!

If you have a website that has an schedule or upcoming events page make sure it is 100% current. Showing dates from 2009 says that you’re really not on top of your business or website. Always keep everything updated. You could be a great guy, but if you show up wearing an Members Only Jacket […]

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