This is a short story of how efficient target markets are formed.
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I prefer a marketing path that leads to transformation.
"Some trust in chariots," but we trust in our one source of light.
Our work quality improves when we stay in our lane.
This will add value to your week.
How many people did you add to your email list yesterday?
For most of us in ministry, our product is our words.
Do you write daily emails? If so, here's your goal.
The competition for attention has never been more intense.
You don't need a pulpit.
What's your desired future?
Do you take time each day to note what you've learned?
We need help demonstrating we aren't available.
Few of us want to hear the phrase, \"This will just take time.\"
How do we handle the dreaded task of introducing ourselves in the marketplace?
When we ask for the Lord to "give us," we acknowledge that we can't make it on our own.
Pride goes before a fall.
The next message you write and send may be the final swing of the hammer.
Out-of-context quotes can get us in trouble.
Don't be in a hurry to offer or receive speedy solutions.