This Week On Ted McGrath…
Here’s what happened on Ted McGrath this week…
Starting a business is not always easy. In fact, people call the initial stages as birth pains: you will toil day in and out. You will encounter failures, which I don’t want to happen to you as much as possible. Thus, right now I want to share my guide to starting your own business. These are five things I wish somebody had told me during my early days… Click to read more
Fact: everyone wants to know how to create a presentation. The problem is they’re stuck with tips and tricks that just don’t work. I’ve presented countless times in my life, so over time, I developed my own business presentation techniques that have helped me produced millions. It is my mission to help you reach your objectives as well, so whether you’re creating a presentation online or offline, these strategies will come in handy… Click to read more
If you’re someone who’s planning to start a business but don’t know how or is already on such path but is still struggling, here’s my advice for you: find your life story. It will be your ticket to launching a lifestyle-friendly business that delivers an immediate and consistent cash flow from your dream clients. You are not just an enterprise – you are someone making an impact on other people’s lives. Let me show five powerful steps on how to write about your life and give transformation on others… Click to read more
The young entrepreneur era is on the rise, and they’re achieving more than their parents did at their young age. This news has been confirmed by the statistics gathered in the 2016 BNP Paribas Global Entrepreneur Report. Nowadays, more millennials are inclined towards establishing start-ups, employing more people, and targeting higher profits. It’s because of news like this that I’d like to share my own experience in starting a business… Click to read more
Information-sharing has become more innovative in the recent years. This is because people are more inclined to receive information when they are interactive, creatively presented, and bite-sized. One of the ways I effectively communicate my ideas is through seminars or conferences. Here, I can creatively present ideas and interact with my audience all at one time! Click to read more
What have you learned about marketing this week? Let us know in the comments below.