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As freelancers, solopreneurs, and startup founders, we're used to operating in virtual environments. Zoom and countless other virtual communication tools are the way we do impactful work without offices or geographic proximity to others.
Now, a big chunk of the business world has gone remote and virtual. Real-life events — both big and small — have been canceled out of necessity, and there’s a good chance that the increasing digitalization of business that was already happening means many events will not go back to the “real” world.
That means it’s time to start thinking about how virtual events figure into your business model. Further, how can producing virtual events allow you to provide unique value that results in entirely new business models?
We’re talking to Tara McMullin this week, the founder of What Works — a podcast and community platform for small business owners. Tara and her team have hosted 11 virtual conferences, at least 8 virtual retreats, and countless mastermind or coworking sessions.
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Keeping with the theme of this week's podcast episode, teaching virtually doesn't have to be a concession. In fact, the benefits often outweigh real-world learning.
Bill Gates now asks himself a few simple questions to measure his success in life and work at the end of each year. One of them is, “Did I develop new friendships and deepen old ones?”
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Brand Marketing Through the Coronavirus Crisis | Harvard Business Review
In times of crisis, it may be hard for you to know where to begin when it comes to communicating with prospects, customers, and clients. This piece from HBR is aimed at larger businesses, but the advice is spot on for companies of all sizes, including solo.
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