There’s a concept in sales known as “niche marketing” that holds that greater success comes from dropping the jack-of-all-trades mentality, and focusing on one group of prospective clients. It might seem counter-intuitive to think that more success might come from fewer potential sources of business, but I do believe it will be the case.
It’s been a pretty nasty week in Colorado. It’s hard to fathom the damage, based upon what we experienced here in my neighborhood, just a few miles down the road. The weather station in my neighborhood reported well less than four inches of rain over the last week, or less than one quarter of what Boulder received in that same week. As the sun came out today, I paused to reflect not only on the floods, but their effect on the community.
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You might have heard that Colorado is suffering from several wildfires. Whole communities are burning, or in imminent danger. If you’d like to help, the best thing you can do is send money.
Just in time for Father’s Day, it’s the annual Highlands Ranch Classic Car Show to […]
The Highlands Ranch Community Association (HRCA) Summer Concert Series schedule has been released, and it […]
Public is invited to Highlands Ranch Mansion Grand Opening Celebration – Denver Highlands Ranch | […]
Enjoy your Memorial Day holiday, and please take some time to think about the meaning […]
To get a better focus on everything I have to do, I’m incorporating a blog editorial calendar into my working style. So far, so good, with only one snafu when a draft post was tagged, “Scheduled” and went out into the world wearing nothing but a title.
Something you won’t want to miss. Be sure to mark your calendar. Taste of Highlands Ranch […]
The Parade of Homes has been a real estate fixture in the Denver area for […]