St. Meyer and Hubbard

Your Story in My Words (Issue 613)

In which we are reminded to help our clients see their stories in our descriptions about our businesses. Read more »

Tell Me Why (Issue 611)

In which we are reminded to ask our referral sources WHY they are referring us to their colleagues or clients.  Read more »

Question with Those Fries? (Issue 610)

In which we are reminded…once again… to ask questions EVEN WHEN WE’RE SURE  we have a good idea. Read more »

Clients Who Know (Issue 608)

In which we are reminded: We run a risk when we assume that clients correctly understand their problems. Read more »

Snow Blind (Issue 607)

In which we are encouraged to choose mid-range targets to guide us so we’re not distracted by daily swirling. Read more »

Taken for a Fool (Issue 605)

In which we are reminded to be a little skeptical about what we hear from our prospects and customers. Read more »

Not Good Enough for Us (Issue 600)

In which we are reminded to learn and use our companies’ positioning language flawlessly. Read more »

Keep It Simple (Issue 599)

In which we are reminded to help our client make decisions by limiting the number of choices to a few. Read more »

Question Elegance (Issue 528)

In which we are urged to increase the attention we pay to context in the questions we ask. Read more »