Category Archives: questions

First Steps You MUST Take to Creating Your Information Products

One of the many services I offer is working with clients to help them create their products and then launch these products for them.  The question I always get over and over and over again is—“How do I know what … Continue reading

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How to Ask Questions in the Right Order

You know the whole chicken egg theory, what came first.  Well when you’re creating your questions for a survey, this can also be true.  Experts argue whether you should ask demographic information up front, at the end, or not at … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Questions

There is a quote by Albert Einstein that says “If you can’t explain it simply, then you don’t understand it well enough.” This quote says it all when it comes to the topic of this week’s blog. It’s ALL About … Continue reading

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Are You Hard Wired To Fail?

Do you ever set important goals and then find yourself really struggling and not being able to meet them? I used to have MANY sleepless nights when I first started my business. I would freak out about where my next … Continue reading

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How to Give Your Customers Exactly What They Want

Technique #1:  Start With Your Outcome, Not Questions  This week I want to challenge you with this thought: “Think Outside of the Box.”  The topic of this blog is a little different and will require you to think outside of … Continue reading

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