Lewis Green, Founder and Managing Principal of L&G Business Solutions, LLC, (http://www.l-gsolutions.com) brings three decades of business management experience. L&G Business Solutions, LLC, represents his third company. Additionally, he held management positions with GTE Discovery Publications, Puget Sound Energy and Starbucks Coffee Company.
In addition to his business experiences, Lewis is a published author and a former journalist, sports writer and travel writer. His feature articles have appeared in books, magazines and newspapers throughout North America. He has taught in public schools; lobbied for organizations both in state capitols and in Washington, D.C.; delivered workshops, seminars, and training programs; and made presentations to audiences in colleges, businesses and professional organizations. Lewis also has served as a book editor with a large publisher, the Executive Editor overseeing four magazines, and a newspaper department editor. Lewis served eight years in the U.S. Air Force, where he received the Air Force Commendation Medal.
The Dirty Little Secret about Proposals,
02 Jul 2007 in Featured Posts
In my youth, in the days before we males were rescued and transformed by feminism, it was popular among us boys to say the following about women: “You can’t live with them, and you can’t live without them.” The same can be said about proposals….
When Will Blogging Become Last Year’s Fad?,
20 Jun 2007 in Featured Posts
I can’t help but notice a decline in commenting here at the Fix and at the 50 or so blogs I try to visit each week. Furthermore, unless I am wrong, few if any of Mack’s Top 25 show weekly increases in readership. More often than not they are showing…
Does Anyone Care What We Think?,
15 Jun 2007 in Featured Posts
By anyone, I mean customers and clients. The inspiration for this post came months ago when someone here at the Fix, I think it was Ann, wrote a post. I don’t recall the specific post… but what I do remember is that the post generated a few…
Can Blogging Work as a Marketing Tool?,
12 Jun 2007 in Featured Posts
Yes, it can. My two most recent clients hired me because of what they read on my blog and at my Web site. That is significant because for marketing to be accepted and effective, it must result in sales. I know some disagree, and that’s one of the…
What The Zombies Tell Us About Marketing,
04 Jun 2007 in Featured Posts
This past Saturday while watching TV, I was thinking about how programming shows us what marketers and advertisers are thinking with their messaging during particular shows. My disclaimer is that my television fare is limited to news, sports, a few…
The Art of Blog Marketing,
29 May 2007 in Featured Posts
This is a story about building relationships online through blogging and how connecting and sharing is about the art of marketing. For this post, we will leave science aside, except for the technology required to blog.
Over Memorial Day weekend, a …
When You’re Right You Might Also Be Wrong,
22 May 2007 in Featured Posts
Social media is becoming a “wow” strategy and blogs a good tactic to meet some client’s needs. In addition to connecting us to a variety of communities that offer various topics, ideas, and potential friendships, its best advantages to us and our…
Business Without Trust is Bad Business,
14 May 2007 in Featured Posts
Most of us learned in Business 101 or during on-the-job training that businesses have to build market trust and credibility in themselves as well as their products and services. If we succeed in doing so, business grows. If we fail to do so, business…
It Starts with a Question,
10 May 2007 in Featured Posts
Wouldn’t it be cool if…? With that question leading the way, 18-year-old Ben Kaufman founded Mophie, named for his two dogs, in 2005. The goal: To create a “funky product development firm based around good people and great ideas.” Today, Mophie…
Web 2.0 Reality Check,
09 May 2007 in Featured Posts
Before we get too excited about Web 2.0 and social media, here’s a little reality check that may get us bloggers thinking about the importance of our blogs or at least about whether businesses should embrace Web 2.0.
At the end of the day, the smar…