Mixing Work with Pleasure – Tips for “making fun” of work trips

Last week I enjoyed a 5-day trip to Houston, Texas where I mixed equal parts of work and play. A client afforded me the opportunity to fly from a hot and humid Pennsylvania to a VERY hot and VERY humid Houston. (Houstonians, you have us beat hands-down!) Humidity Index aside, this trip was unique for … Continue reading Mixing Work with Pleasure – Tips for “making fun” of work trips

Tips for Consistent Blog Writing – How I never missed publishing a post in 10 years

For more than a decade, The Comm Entrepreneur blog has published a new post every Monday morning without disruption or delay. No vacation, holiday, maternity leave, or anything else has prevented me from sharing new and insightful ideas on my blog and promoting the content across my social media networks. I'm not a slave to … Continue reading Tips for Consistent Blog Writing – How I never missed publishing a post in 10 years

Life’s Meaning vs. Purpose: Giving Away Your Gift

Have you ever struggled with the question of whether what you're doing in life matters? Is how you're spending your hours moving you forward or making a difference? Have you ever felt the weight of worry or discontentment on your shoulders as you compare your accomplishments against others you see on social media or in … Continue reading Life’s Meaning vs. Purpose: Giving Away Your Gift

Guide to Crafting an E-Commerce Customer Service Strategy

Now that more people are spending longer hours at home, the convenience and ease of shopping online have become a life-saver and a go-to method for a significant majority. However, with so many players in a saturated industry, it has become more challenging for e-commerce players to stand out amongst their competitors. So, how do … Continue reading Guide to Crafting an E-Commerce Customer Service Strategy

How to Be Your Own Best Executive Assistant

For many small business owners and entrepreneurs, it's fun to romanticize the idea of having an executive assistant who makes your personal and professional life seamless, comfortable, and organized. You know, like what you see in Hollywood movies where the CEO has someone who brings their preferred morning beverage to the office without having to … Continue reading How to Be Your Own Best Executive Assistant

Most Read Blog Posts of 2020

Before we sign off on this year and look to a brighter and hopefully less dramatic new year, let's take a look back and revisit the most popular blog posts shared in 2020 on the Bennis Inc blog. Despite the trying times, many good things came out of this year, including new experiences that have … Continue reading Most Read Blog Posts of 2020

8 Online Marketing Tips of Expert Marketers

We are continually witnessing the exponentially growing possibilities internet is offering to marketers. Therefore, it wouldn’t be wrong to state that online marketing has earned the rightfully deserved spotlight. With all the endless online pathways that business owners are now opting for, organizations have skyrocketed their revenues to extended limits. Leveraging on the latest online … Continue reading 8 Online Marketing Tips of Expert Marketers

5 Important Benefits of Outsourcing Content Creation and Marketing (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

The following post comes to us from Keith Coppersmith, an experienced business consultant who serves small businesses and startups. Learn more about Keith in his bio following this article. Background vector created by rawpixel.com - http://www.freepik.com Modern businesses need to have an online presence in order to thrive and grow, and that means publishing amazing … Continue reading 5 Important Benefits of Outsourcing Content Creation and Marketing (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

What My Family Thinks I Do for a Living – Part II

If you've been following along, you may have caught my most recent blog where I asked my husband to answer a series of questions to help describe to the world what he thinks I do for a living. The public relations field can be a bit abstract, particularly as technology and now virtual communications have … Continue reading What My Family Thinks I Do for a Living – Part II