JTInTheRaw is your weekly business development show: I chew the thin on business. And after 30 years in business I have a few thins to chew. Making you think and do differently in 2020.
Catch up on the November 2020 JTInTheRaw shows for stacks of fitness business coaching tips.
Catch up on October’s #JTInTheRaw shows with Justin Tamsett.Read More
Many marketers fall into the trap of simply selling the product and not the experience. Here are 6 Principals and techniques you can use to create some really powerful marketing messages for both your internal and external customers.Read More
I want to share the concept of rifle shots and cannonballs and I believe you will get some great value regardless of what role you have in a business and regardless of what business you are in!Read More
Successful managers not only acknowledge the need for business development but also are willing and able to navigate their team through change. Here are 8 tips for leading your staff through change and uncertainty.Read More
As a leader, manager, or employer there are conversations you need to be having with your team to see how they are doing. We have to take responsibility for our actions and those actions at the moment require us to be really focusing on our team and making sure our team are mentallyRead More
The list of characteristics that comprise great leadership is so long, controversial, and even contradictory. So much so that both veteran and aspiring leaders are left to ask, “Where on earth do I start?Read More
How do you evaluate the success of your training in your business? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself as a “self-audit” of your internal team development process.Read More
It’s important as leaders we are careful of what we say. People have different values, people think differently. It’s critical to our success as leaders that we share how we think and how we operate with the people that we work with.Read More
When something works in our business we run with it, but when we get bored we stop doing it even if it is working. As we emerge from the COVID crisis I see businesses forget the things that worked really well for them. Some of your greatest successes in the past can still be some of your greatest successes in the future.Read More