Tag Archives: Deadly Sin of Scarcity

Empowering Your Customers by Getting Rid of the Hard Sell

Marketing consultant Lynn Serafinn shows how sales made from ‘hard sell’ marketing are not all they’re cracked up to be and offers a more ethical alternative. Earlier this week, my colleagues at the 7 Graces Project and I hosted an … Continue reading

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From Marketing to Sales – What Happens When MONEY Steps In?

Lynn Serafinn shows how money is the 3rd party in the relationship with our customers, and how our relationship with money influences how we run our business.  In my work as a marketing consultant, I work with a lot of … Continue reading

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An Abundant Mind-Set – Key to Your Business Tipping Point

Award-winning conscious entrepreneur and author Lynn Serafinn talks about how hiring a team shifted her business from stuckness to success.  Recently, I was interviewed by Dr. Tera Maxwell on her ‘Tera Awards for the Top 20 Conscious Entrepreneurs’ (Tera, in … Continue reading

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7 Graces of Life – Why Bigger, Faster, Newer May Not Be BETTER

Community member Paula Tarrant explores the possibilities of living a ‘Slow Life’ and how that can help us integrate the 7 Graces into our whole lives. There is a school of thought that bigger, faster, newer is inherently better. This … Continue reading

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