What is digital media and how does it help us?
Don’t get caught with one foot on the dock and the other on the boat.
When you working with people who want to change their lives like I do, it becomes very obvious, very quickly, who will, and who won’t succeed.
Some things are simple exchanges and are sure winners, others are gambles and you have to know which is which.
Trust me – you’ll be much more effective by going narrow and deep.
Being a man in America we are fed a steady diet of expectations and “rules” which we are supposed to live by, but if you want to strike out on your own, you need to take a hard look at yourself. Here’s how.
Use these three words as a guiding light to empower your manhood.
Comparing yourself gets you nowhere. David Pisarra talks gaining confidence in your career.
He was dynamic and funny, and had just the right dash of pathos. Game over.
A business needs to make a profit. Right?
What I’ve observed over the years is that typically new entrepreneurs make two main mistakes: 1) Know It All Syndrome and 2) Hardass syndrome.
In 730 hours a person could learn software like Powerpoint, InDesign, Illustrator or Quickbooks well enough that they could be paid to use it.
Every time I risk picking up the phone to make one more sales call, or one more effort at a new business, I’m making progress on moving past boundaries.
In today’s world where we have multimedia outlets for all of our marketing opportunities, if we don’t know the strengths of what each one is, and how our product or services can best be presented, it is easy to spin our wheels and not get traction.
The right word, at the right time, in the right ear, can change a life.
David Pisarra shares why he’s been a part of The Good Men Project community for years, and invites you to join us.