Well, the trees have dropped their leaves now - all that's left is the leaf bagging and raking this week. As a sign of the times, the theme of this issue is about giving thanks for our customers, contacts and family, while at the same time starting to look ahead. While working on a new program coming up fo release shortly, there's a lot of time spent planning and we're all in the same boat. The planning is both business and personal at this busy time of year with the added COVID restrictions testing our patience. Enjoy this issue and do let me know if you have any suggestions for content.

Barb Jemmott

Looking forwardLooking forward

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I'm very excited to share a preview FlipBook of the just released "5 Reasons your Marketing Message is Falling on Deaf Ears" so give it a look see. To get your own copy of this ebook, click here.


"The customers perception is your reality. What they think about your products, MATTER. If you don't put your customers perception first, THE GAME IS OVER."

Sharfaraz Ahmed


On the Blog

What's the Tech

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Beyond Basics Website Content Planner: This new planner is now available. Upgrade your website content using a few techniques you may not be aware of.

📅 November 2020 - Get Stuff Done Day Nov. 23rd, 9:30am EST. This event is all about taking space to focus on things you need to get done. Details on the link.

📅 Women Entrepreneurs Conference | Virtual 2020 Nov 21, 2020. 10am EST. This annual business conference event brings together women entrepreneurs, business experts, and community leaders to support and celebrate women in business. Check the link for full details

⭐ The upcoming Create your Marketing Message Program will be released shortly. As the finishing touches get resolved, the information page is available for view. More details to follow!

Barb Jemmott

Mindset and Growth

Before you go

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For those looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday, I hope you get to enjoy it safely in this difficult time, and until next time, here’s to a productive week!

Barb Jemmott