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Talking Tickets 11 February 2022: The 2022 Dave World Tour! Customers Want Peace of Mind! $4B in Revenue! And, More!

Hey!  One of the top topics asked about so far? Real, significant changes? Have you shared your thoughts with me about the “pod-ference” yet? Please do! Share Talking Tickets!  I’m looking at making a trip to Paris, London, and Birmingham from 11 March to 20 March. The final details are still being worked out, but I’ll […]
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The 2 Key Ideas That Drive Revenue Generation

  It is pretty simple, to maximize your revenue and your business, you need to do two things exceptionally well: You need to create profitable opportunities. You need to capture the opportunities you create. All too often, we can become tied up by extraneous concepts or thoughts that distract us from our mission. But the […]
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5 Lesson From Day 2 Of INTIX

On the second day of INTIX… Here are a few quick lessons on the second day of INTIX. Focusing my attention on talking to “Red Dot” attendees has opened up some really interesting conversations and been really valuable in making sure that I learn about a lot of different scenarios at play in tickets. The […]
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Much the same, only different….

  In undergoing a month long review of my business, I decided to shift some focus and create some new ways to generate value for my readers, my followers, and my market. In the past, I have almost exclusively laid down my sword at the foot of maximizing ROI. That’s been helpful, but also limiting. […]
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You don’t get to the long-term without short-term success…

https://quotefancy.com/quote/1609021/Nick-Saban-Focus-on-the-process-of-what-it-takes-to-be-successful One of the toughest challenges a business faces is balancing between the short term and the long term. For too many organizations, everything is always short term. We get pulled from one fire to the next, never allowing our long term priorities to take hold. For too many organizations, the opposite can occur as […]
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