Senior EditorSFL Music Magazine
Member Since January 2022
As the Senior Writer for JustCBD, I am familiar with all of the latest and greatest cannabis products to hit the legal market in both the US and the United Kingdom. I even self-published a book, CBD Gummies 101, to earn name recognition and authority with search engines. I have also spent decades covering concerts as the Senior Editor for SFL Music Magazine. I have reviewed the best of the best, from Sir Paul, Robert Plant and Roger Waters to Jane's Addiction, Beastie Boys and Pearl Jam. Working towards my Masters in Journalism, I wrote All You Need Is Love to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb as my thesis. The manuscript was printed by Continuum International Publishing Group.
For those in the cannabis industry who are following the expansion of legalization and want to plan for offering amanita and other mushrooms, it's not too early to consider marketing approaches.
Meeting your customers’ needs should be the focus of any business — online or otherwise. As more consumers and business clients turn to e-commerce companies to meet their product needs, both opportunity and competition are growing. While starting up a business online is a great way to meet customers where they are with fewer overhead costs, the sheer amount of competition can make it difficult to get noticed in the first place. One way to draw attention to your business is to focus on your customers’ needs and how you can better serve them. Here, eight members of Rolling Stone Culture Council draw on their expertise as they recommend some of the most effective ways to serve your customers well and to stand out among the competition.
To get noticed, you’ll need to provide something worth noticing. With so much advice and content out in the world already, audiences are having their attention pulled in all sorts of directions, not only making it difficult for them to find true value in what they consume, but also making it challenging for thought leaders to get noticed. But if you run a business or want to make a name for yourself in the world of thought leadership, rising above the noise is key for success. To do so, consider the following advice from the business leaders of Rolling Stone Culture Council. Their insights may give you that boost you need to stand out from the competition.
A mentor’s advice can change the way you view yourself and your business. For those lucky enough to find one, a mentor can be an invaluable ally when starting a business. Their expert guidance and leadership can help provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to push past obstacles and build something truly sustainable. The members of Rolling Stone Culture Council have each had their own role models and mentors throughout their business journeys. Below, they each share the top lesson they learned from their mentor and how that lesson impacts the way they lead their businesses now.
Cannabis entrepreneurs and brand leaders have the monumental task of properly educating potential consumers.
It's 2022, and employees' expectations have changed with the times. As the world has changed in the past couple of years, so too have employees’ expectations about their work. Employees are putting their personal fulfillment and work-life balance first, which for many has meant changing roles, jobs or even entire career paths. But as the exodus of employees continues, many companies are left wondering how to retain their employees or attract new ones to take their place. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council business leaders offer a list of perks they believe companies will need to offer if they want to improve their employee retention and gain the interest of new talent.
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