Terrence Robinson Brown

Joined April 2022
As we enter the new year, you probably have big goals in place for success. I know I do. Whether it's publishing those 3 articles per week or finally getting your sales team on camera, it takes commitment and dedication to reach those goals. That means doing the work every day.

Hopefully you're coming back to work today feeling refreshed and energized but let's be honest - it still gets dark early, we're all still dragging a little from the...
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Terrence Robinson Brown
WOW Steph!! I did a lot of research on keeping myself more organized.  I came across Google Keep.  I can't believe I didn't know a thing about this app.  It's now on my home screen and it's linked to everything possible.  I love the voice notes to text, the integration with Google docs, and the ease of adding images to notes.  This is going to be a game-changer for me.  Some of my best ideas come throughout the day.  Keep gives me a method of capturing the thoughts that race through my mind during the day.  Now I have to set a reminder to dump all of my ideas into Clickup and the end of the day.
It's where a lot of leaders start.

They sell the service, they make the coffee, they build the product. And there is nothing wrong with that at all!

But if you want to get more profitable, you have to GET OUT of the doer chair quickly.

Whether you are making 500K or 5MM, there is probably something you need to hire for or delegate today. Check out a couple of other concepts too that will stop you from breaking free of the "Struggle Zone" as ...
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Thanks for sharing this post Jake.  I think the fear of letting go (No one can "do it like me") stunts the growth of a lot of businesses.  I wonder what the numbers are of leaders who don't think someone else would be good in the driver's seat vs leaders who don't want the extra expense.No matter the answer, the fear of letting go will make it hard to scale but I'm interested to know what those numbers are.
We talk a lot about how to communicate what exactly is going on in our video departments, not only to promote transparency company-wide but also to help quantify the value that video brings. Below are some best practices for providing and communicating value with your team.
  1. Weekly newsletters- I cannot stress enough how powerful it can be to send out a simple schedule and priority list for what you’re doing with video. This helps put a...
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Becca Manganello  Hey Becca, this is something I plan on implementing for our team.  This post re-lit the fire in me to get it done.