Where trash and marketing meet

When Marketing meets Trash

As CEO of a small Digital Marketing company that title does not carry much weight and to be honest I could care less about titles because when it comes to business is about results not titles. A close mentor of mind told me that it does not matter the size of your company but the results you produce for your clients and personally we pride ourselves with stellar results for our clients.

Over the past few months I have been having the debate internally about starting my blog as myself (lincolnparks.com) or within the realm of my company. I chose this route because it will allow me the ability to write on Leadership and Marketing at the same time and connect with my business clients and friends who didn’t know me as someone who likes to write.

The reason why I am writing this blog is because when inspiration hits me I like to write and listen to podcasts. Well earlier this week I was mowing the lawn, and I was dog tired, so you know how tired I was and I still had to edge, blow and pickup the trash. I started debating if I should just pick it up tomorrow and finish it up then because it was getting dark. I almost did, but I thought I would be cheating myself out of going the extra mile.

I often think about how many other Entrepreneurs, CEOs or Business Owners don’t pick up the trash in their Businesses. Going the extra mile for excellence is something that I will keep doing because it’s gotten me this far when other businesses that started alongside with me have folded. Our relationships, true friendships and clients I’ve met along the way have been a tremendous help to me and our organization.

In this blog series that I will release every Wednesday I will share our Journey, ups and downs, Leadership challenges and Marketing tips to help tip the scale in your favor online. I hope you find value in what I write and it brings you some insight.

If you have gotten this far in the blog, thank you for reading up to now. Next week I want to cover some tools that you can and should be using for your Business because if you are not using them, you are behind the eight ball as a business owner.

Question: Can you share a time when you went above and beyond for better results?

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