Mary Harcourt - builtin

Mary Harcourt - builtin


12 Secrets to Finding Fulfillment as an Entrepreneur

Delegate Tasks You Don’t Love

Delegate. Make a list of everything you love doing in your business and another list of the things you dont like. Take the list of things you dont like doing and outsource them or put someone else in charge of them. You’ll be left with a list of things you love doing in your business. These are the things you find joy in. You will feel more fulfilled and happy when you are able to do the things you love to do. — Mary HarcourtCosmoGlo

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10 Website Design Elements to Increase Sales and Engagement

A Quiz

Incorporate a quiz! So many people love to know where they fit on a certain spectrum. If they have taken the time to answer the questions, youve already sold them on the product by making them think about the outcome differently than a typical sales pitch. They see their results and understand more about what youre offering and are more likely to go through with the purchase. — Mary HarcourtCosmoGlo

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11 Practical Ways to Create a Culture of Adaptability

Encourage Collaboration

Build a team that understands hurdles are just part of the game. A period of change isn’t the time to stress out and shut down; it’s a time to draw close as a team, work together and lay out a plan for how you will adapt. At our company, we openly talk about issues that have come up so the entire team can be involved in finding the solution. This breeds a team that is committed and feels valued. — Mary Harcourt, CosmoGlo

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Building a Business? Remember These 12 Tips.

Your Salary

Pay yourself! Founders can sometimes have so much passion and will for bringing their vision to pass that they forget to pay themselves. It’s important to bringing the vision to life, however. A founder can only perform at their best when their basic needs are met. Pay yourself through the growth phase so you can grow a strong company with a solid foundation. — Mary Harcourt, CosmoGlo

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11 Bad Habits Every Marketing Professional Should Break

 Living in the Past

What used to work doesn’t anymore. Failing to stay on top of trends can be a costly mistake for you and your company. Seek out companies on the cutting edge that are getting real results in real time and are keeping up with the new, effective trends. — Mary Harcourt, CosmoGlo

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