Many entrepreneurs are natural marketers. They come up with great marketing ideas that are often more creative and, on the mark, then those who are paid to do marketing for a living.
The biggest challenge they face is execution.
Unless you are in your 40's.
Being what I would call a seasoned entrepreneur, I have adapted my life on a regular basis to ensure that I fit as much into the day as humanly possible.
I’ve been in the marketing and advertising industry for 25 years plus. Unlike most people, I haven’t chopped and changed jobs along the way, but instead turned my career at the ripe age of 25 into one of those mega-jobs that you can never untangle your way out of. Here’s what I mean…
I'm binge watching The Good Wife. I feel almost guilty to say this out loud, but I am and for years I have avoided it because the name of the show and the images they used to sell it didn’t pique my interest.
You've made it, but what's next. You are a marketing manager with 10 to 15 years experience and all of a sudden you are wondering where do you go from here.
I have been in marketing for 28 years and this is going to be my moment, the one that will define all my career achievements. It is by far the best career accomplishment I have ever made, and it all started because I had a problem that needed to be fixed.