In this presentation called, "The Contracts Guy Blog: A Professional (& Personal) Journey," e4e partner Brian Rogers explains how he started his own blog to promote his business. He offers tips on creating and managing a blog, describes how it's helped his business and gives examples from his own collection of posts.
In "Getting Paid," e4e partner Brian Rogers explains how to avoid bad debt and the importance of managing the three steps of customer relationships.
Digital marketing automation expert Will Hanke leads a discussion panel, including Tom Ruwitch and Brian Rogers, that recommends Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems used by the panelists. Will, Tom and Brian each present a CRM which they use and discuss the advantages of the chosen system.
Following their presentations, the panel takes questions from the audience.
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Legal expert and attorney Brian Rogers raises awareness about how easy it is to unwittingly commit to agreements of many types with partners, employers and clients without your awareness. As you navigate through the process of crafting, conversing about, fine-tuning and committing to an agreement, make sure you have considered all necessary provisions to protect yourself from binding an agreement before you are ready and willing. Even when you have made such provisions, including those stipulating that contracts can only be modified in writing, sometimes the most casual, informal type of written communication can be legal and binding despite their unconventionality.
In this humorous panel discussion led by Ann Prenatt a small group of experts focuses on providing guidance for succeeding at business so you are not flying alone.
The questions asked and answered by this team include:
- What is your company name and how did you come up with it?
- How important is networking in building your business?
- When did you know your company was going to make it and be successful?
- What is your biggest challenge in your business and how do you overcome it?
- When you have a problem or an idea and are looking for feedback, where do you go to get support?
- Where do you find good help?
- What do you let go of first when prioritizing?
- Do you conduct annual business planning and do you include scalability plans if you do?
- Are systems do you have in place that have improved your business significantly?
- At what point during your business development, did you know you needed support and help from others?
- How do you manage your calendar and what tricks have you discovered?
The power of group think and the joy of sharing questions and solutions together in an open and authentic manner is evident in this panel discussion which paved the way for further rapport and mutual support among existing members and new audience participants alike.