Category Archives: Visioning

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Ugly Mug Marketing 2014 Vision

Do you wish you could know exactly what the future holds for your business?  Believe it or not, there is actually a process that will help you figure out exactly what the future will look like.  That process is called the visioning process.  At Ugly Mug Marketing, we believe in practicing what we teach, which ... Read More

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Setting Goals In Life – Part 1

Posted by Chris in ,

I don’t know many people who enjoy standing still.  Don’t get me wrong, I like to have stationary moments every once in a while.  I need those special times to reflect and find my center. Times to think about where I am, where I’ve been, and where I need to be.  I enjoy a sunset ... Read More

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8 Simple Steps for Creating a Vision for Your Business and Life

Posted by Wayne in ,

Thanks to Ari Weinzweig, co-founder and managing partner of Zingerman’s, my business and life are much better.  You see, it was Ari who introduced me to the strategic approach to visioning. Prior to reading Ari’s book, A Lapsed Anarchist’s Approach to Building a Great Business, I thought visioning was some “crazy” new-age meditation technique.  Boy ... Read More

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