Posts tagged MYX
How To Write A Strengths-Based About Page

Here’s fun fact about me. I’m obsessed with personality profile assessment tools.


Myers-Briggs
Carl Jung
DISC
Enneagram
Strengths-Finders


Those are just a handful of the more popular organizational assessment tools that startups and companies use to place people where they would best fit the vision and mission of the company. 

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Tutorials, StrategyBritMYX
How To Overcome The Quarter Life Crisis

First of all, are you having a quarter-life crisis?

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Personal, StrategyBritMYX
Strengths-Based Evergreen Niches: What it is, what it isn't and Charlie Brown.

You have probably heard of niches. You know, that sweet spot where passion collides with talent. Or so you were told.  I'd like to take that idea a step further and refine it a bit but first I'd like to tell you a tale to illustrate my point. Choosing between a plain old niche vs a strengths-based evergreen one is a lot like the decision Charlie Brown was faced with in A Charlie Brown Christmas.

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Strategy, PersonalBritMYX
Why (& How) You Should Remove Dates From Your Squarespace Blog

You know how I love to talk about evergreen content, ahem MYK: How To Find Your Strengths-Based EVERGREEN Niche around here. Well, one way to make your blog posts evergreen and get more life out of them is by removing that pesky little date at the top of your post.

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Squarespace, Tutorials, CSSBritMYX
My "Big Why"

In the MYX: Evergreen Niche Workbook, , I ask you to take a moment at the beginning and write out why you are choosing to take the first step towards an entrepreneurial adventure. This is because putting pen to paper makes a psychological connection in the brain that aids in memory and comprehension. Thinking on paper is important and is becoming a lost art with technology constantly at our finger tips. 

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PersonalBritMYX