Getting back to the fundamentals of They Ask, You Answer. How do you stay focused?

Posted October 22, 2021 in
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Connor DeLaney

"If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original."

We had a fantastic discussion around this topic of "staying on the path" in our Executives mastermind group this week and I want to open that discussion to the larger leadership community. 

Some thoughts we shared around sticking to the fundamentals:
  • It starts with the leaders of your organization to live and breathe these principles 
  • The team will linger to their old ways if the habits are not regularly reinforced and recognized AND when challenges arise in their roles 
  • Building a strong foundation for content creation and consumption through your website, CRM, and staff is crucial
  • Always celebrate the wins and lessons learned, big or small
  • Content managers and videographers deserve to have a seat at the table and should be integrated into bigger, strategic conversations
Jennifer Hoynes , Keven Ellison , Kaitlyn Pintarich , Ruben Aguirre , Mitch Redekopp , Craig Keller , Dale Pease , Larry Kagan , Paul Schokker , Bob Ruffolo , and Tom DiScipio really helped fuel the conversation. 

What else should be on this list? How else are we reinforcing the fundamentals of They Ask, You Answer with our teams to ensure long-term success?
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Carina Duffy
Hey  Dale Pease ! I'd agree here - it sounds like HubSpot would be a great fit for capturing new leads and guiding/educating (and of course tracking) them through the sales process, then connect HubSpot to your current CRM for all of the operational stuff.
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