Dylan Cornelius Management, LLC 3 and 12 Month Targets: July 4, 2019

Two child playing arrow: Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash. Find Purpose in Life. Create a Plan. Document Lessons Learned. Commit to Continuous Improvement.

Every quarter I set new 3 and 12 month personal and business goals. These are my 3Q 2019 targets for business. Personal goals are in next week’s post. I shared last quarter’s accomplishments over the last 2 weeks. Why do I set goals? My biggest achievements have been the result of big goals that were […]

Delegation — How to Get Someone Else to Do it

Hands Passing Baton at Sporting Event, photo by tableatny via Flickr.ac

Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results. –George S. Patton In the previous lesson, we discussed how to create self-discipline, the first key to successful execution of a plan. In this lesson, we’ll explore how to scale results through delegation. As we […]

Dylan Cornelius Management, LLC 3 and 12 Month Targets: April 18, 2019

Two child playing arrow: Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash. Find Purpose in Life. Create a Plan. Document Lessons Learned. Commit to Continuous Improvement.

Every quarter I set new 3 and 12 month personal and business goals. These are business goals. Personal goals are in next week’s post. I shared last quarter’s accomplishments over the last 2 weeks. Dylan Cornelius Management, LLC 2Q Goals (Confidence Level) April 11: Update website Terms of Use April 18: Reproduce introductory video for ChangeIsStillPossible.com […]

DylanCornelius.com 3 and 12 Month Targets: January 17, 2019

Two child playing arrow: Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash. Find Purpose in Life. Create a Plan. Document Lessons Learned. Commit to Continuous Improvement.

Every quarter I set new 3 and 12 month personal and business goals. These are business goals. Personal goals are in next week’s post. See more about my goal setting approach at the bottom of this post. I shared last quarter’s accomplishments over the last 2 weeks. DylanCornelius.com 1Q Goals (confidence level) Reproduce introductory video […]

My Perfect Client

Get everything pulling in the same direction

My perfect client comes in one of two forms. However, for starters, they have much in common. Mostly, their lives are actually pretty good. For some, life is great, even awesome. They have nothing to complain about. They have everything to be grateful for. Yet, something’s not quite right. Sometimes they can’t put a finger on […]

Social Media Marketing Lessons Learned and Tool Review for New Writers

SMM-Jigsaw-Banner from greyweed on flickr. Build a business with social media marketing.

When it came to defining and sharing a personal brand identity, and starting an online business, I’ve struggled with what to do and in what order. Even with paid training and coaching, it’s been like drinking from a firehose. There are so many things to do, and so many people encourage differing priorities! I would have […]

Business Failure — You Do Have One, Don’t You?

Dread and failure are created conditions. You can just as easily create aliveness and success.

There’s an idea among some venture capitalists that no entrepreneur is investable if s/he hasn’t already had a business failure. The idea is that someone who’s already done it may better recognize the million little pieces of evidence leading up to an eventual failure. The understanding is they’ll be more sensitive to those signals when […]

Do You Have 1,000 Subscribers In Your Email List?

Keep It Simple, Moving In The Right Direction, Continuous Improvement, Email Capture, Email List Management

It’s official: everywhere one looks for advice about doing business online (one of my 2018 goals), the advice is the same. We have to have an email list. In theory, this sounds good. It even sounds easy. Then, like everything else on the internet, as we tune into the details, the number of specific pieces of […]

Coaching Mastermind: Big Opportunity, Or Saturated Market?

An Opportunity and Mastermind Group may be right in front of you

There I was at lunch with a friend today. He’s an engineering program manager for a local research organization. We met in a course recently, though we might have known each other for years. He’s a kind soul. A good heart. Warm. Friendly. Smart. We all know someone like him. Or we should. Or I […]