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By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Handshake through computer screenI remember many years ago working in a pro sports press box, and routinely hearing a public relations staffer answer a reporter’s question with, “It’s in the notes.”  Essentially he was wanting them to look up the information themselves rather than just tell them the answer.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

On Vocal Rest buttonI remember way back when Now Hear This was in its formative stages, the first ever client was a mature young girl who was very committed to her vocal career.  I admired that she was so focused and very much a student of the industry.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Facebook iconI’m amazed at how often I hear people who had a poor turnout for an event say, “I don’t understand – I put it on Facebook.”

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Video iconLast week I observed, first-hand, someone missing out on a booking because of what the host didn’t see.

The person doing the booking for an upcoming special event relied solely on the talent’s YouTube videos to show what the host would be getting if they decided to move forward with the booking.  And therein lies a lesson for all to learn from.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

CollaborationI had meetings three days in a row last week, getting to know some fellow business owners and seeing how we can help each other.  In one case it sparked thoughts of another business owner I’ve gotten to know who does almost the exact same thing as the individual I was meeting with.  It turned out that they already know each other.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Dont Wish For It_Work For ItOne week after posting a blog about helping you understand key acronyms used in the business world so that you can stay with those conversations and be sharp for the meetings and events you’re attending, I’m going to slightly retract that information.  Only because, it all doesn’t mean

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Business acronymsEverybody has to start somewhere.  Even the most accomplished business executives didn’t start out at the top, in a suit, with a corner office, making crucial decisions, and bringing home a corresponding big paycheck.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Facebook boostIf I was speaking to you via video, I might be advised to have text at the bottom of the screen with a disclaimer saying, “Results not typical,” or words to that affect.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Give Credit Where Credit is DueThe day after tomorrow we start a new chapter with our weekly show, “Now Hear This Entertainment,” which last week released its milestone 100th episode.

By: Bruce Wawrzyniak

Time is MoneyIt’s an old cliché but it really is true – time is money.  Minimum wage here in Florida is now, for 2016, up to $8.22 an hour.  Many professionals you encounter will tell you what their rate is, charging by the hour.  Employees want double time if they have to work above and beyond their eight-hour day.

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