Vitamin C3 for Business

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Vitamin C3 for Business offers easy to swallow ideas for Entrepreneurs to build up their community and stimulate the long-term health of their business.

In Mary's wonderful book "Vitamin C3 for Business: 52 Ideas to Connect, Contribute and Celebrate your way to success!” Mary makes the seemingly complex very simple, understandable, and immediately implementable.

From the forward by Kevin Knebl

 

The purpose of this book is to give the small business owner simple, easy to incorporate, and effective ideas to connect with your clients, make a contribution and celebrate within your business. In short, a boost of what I call Vitamin C3: Connect, Contribute, Celebrate.

We take multivitamins to help fill in the gaps between what we eat and what our bodies need to perform at maximum

functionality. I’ve noticed, and the research shows that most business owners don’t get enough Vitamin C3: Connect, Contribute, Celebrate.

 

A consistent dose of Vitamin C3 can help supplement the long term health of your small business!

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A Dose of vitamin C3: Connect

Idea #10

Ideas on how to Connect, Contribute and Celebrate are easily found as you flip through this handy book and choose what you want to implement.

Example: Idea #10 Coffee Date:

With the ease of electronic communication, some people shy away from in-person networking, especially in a one to one setting. Coffee meetings can be powerful in terms of creating a unique connection. Here are 3 tips for your next coffee date:

  • Come prepared. Do some research on who you are meeting, have questions and some conversation cues ready to go. Remember to listen more than you talk!
  • Keep it real. Don’t set expectations that this person will hand you over a signed contract for business after your first or even second coffee. The point of these in person meetings is to build the Know, Like and Trust factor.
  • Timeline. Be respectful of the other person’s time. If you are hitting it off, but the agreed upon time is up, make sure you honor the time. End the coffee meeting with a next step – following up by email, attending an event, or the next cup of coffee.

 

Resources

Resources include: list templates, phone scripts, email templates and more!

Check back to the website often to learn about new tips

Click to download:

Resource #1 – Excel spreadsheet

Resource # 2 – pdf

Resource # 3 – pdf

Vitamin C3 Podcast:

Listen to the VitaminC3 podcast to get new ideas on implementing more Vitamin C3 into your business and life. Mary has fun interviewing business owners and others, getting them share their experiences implementing Connection, Contribution and Celebration.

Available online where your favorite podcasts can be found: Itunes, Stitcher and Libsyn.

Just search Vitamin C3.

Book Mary to Speak

If you are interested in having Mary come and speak to your group about the importance of Vitamin C3, please contact her today.

These presentations can be formatted into 20, 30 or 1 hour long presentations.

Vitamin C3 for Business: Why businesses fail, how Vitamin C3: Connect, Contribute and Celebrate can help. Watch Mary give this speech here. 

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About Mary Gaul

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Speaker. Author. Coach. Leader. Community Builder.

The Mary Gaul, has over 25 years of experience in Communications, Administration, and Marketing for both international companies and locally owned businesses. She now uses this background to help Entrepreneurs tackle obstacles and expand what is possible.

Leaving the security of a regular paycheck in 2013, she started her own business and now shares the joys and challenges of being an Entrepreneur, running multiple successful