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THE YEAR OF THE ENTREPRENEUR

This is The Year of The Entrepreneur If you’ve been thinking of launching a new business or ramping up your current one…your time is now. Tons of entrepreneurs are registered for the “GO BIG Business Expo.” We are ready to give you the key principles and strategy you need to accelerate your success and multiply your income. We’re asking you to come and get our blueprints, templates and scripts and use them in your own business to create total financial freedom. When you take fast action on methods you’ll discover at the Go Big Business Expo, three major things will happen to you: First, you’ll be able to drastically change the way you get your customers, clients or patients. Go from struggli

5 MYTHS OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP

5 MYTHS OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP Statistics show that at least 50% of new startups fail within five years, and many of the survivors eventually fail. If you don’t want to be part of these statistics, consider all the alternatives to starting your own business, especially if you have one of the following perspectives: 1      “I’m tired of working hard and being so stressed all the time.” Starting and growing a business is more work and more stress than any employee role should be. Perhaps you need to look carefully at the reasons for your weariness and stress at work. Health and personal problems don’t go away when you start a business. 2      “It’s my hobby anyway, so why not make it my business?

22K IN 30 DAYS

22K IN 30 DAYS It’s the last days of May and summer fun is on the way. $22K in 30 days has been chanting in my head since yesterday. I am amazingly proud, ready to share my knowledge and amazed. Parts of my mind still don’t believe. Very small parts are afraid it can’t be done again and the biggest part is tapping me on the shoulder, squaring up and ready to kick the second quarter into the next level UP SIZE. I want to end this Month on the highest note so I have a Grind and Shine special for those of you who want to see what’s going right/wrong with your company and where you need to be to grow in the summer. Coupling it with the 30 day challenge for June and 30 Days, 30 Ways to Grow Your

Are You Giving Your Power Away?

Are You Giving Your Power Away? Yesterday morning, I woke up to this: 0800– A call from someone I hadn’t heard from in a while…asking to borrow money. 0830- A call to help someone write a 5,000 word book…for free. 0852– A call asking if I could volunteer at an organization. 0915– A call to visit a few people who are leaving town soon. 0950– An “urgent” email asking me to help someone with a project that they’re working on. 1005– 20 emails asking me for my HARDCORE advice. 1020– An “urgent” call from an “colleague” who wanted to kill me softly with all the reasons her life sucked. 1022– The garbage man ran early so I missed my opportunity to get rid of all the clutter, we work on bagging for

The 6 Business Assets that are More Important than Your Business Plan

The 6 Business Assets that are More Important than Your Business Plan One of the most popular questions I get asked whenever I talk about online business building is always about business plans. For one reason or another, the concept of a business plan, what it is, why it’s necessary and how to create your own, always seems to be a primary concern to beginner business owners and/or those who are curious about online business and thinking about starting their own. When you are first getting started creating a business, you have dozens if not hundreds of tasks on your plate all at the same time. For that reason, I think there are way more important items and business assets to tackle before yo

How to Make a Good First Impression with Your Brand

How to Make a Good First Impression with Your Brand The first impression is usually the last impression. The first time someone is exposed to your brand is important because it is right then and there that their opinion of your brand is formed.  You don’t often have another chance to win someone over, and that is why you should put a little thought into how your brand is perceived at first sight. It’s even better when you make sure that the first experience a new customer or viewer has with your brand is memorable. There are a few simple things that I’ve done to make sure that my brand makes a good first impression and I’m sharing them with you below. 1. Be clear about what value you provide

5 Productivity Apps that Lower My Stress, Keep me Organized and Help Me Run my Business!

As a tech lover with a planner problem, I am often asked about how I use digital tools in conjunction with analog planners to keep myself organized. I still love using my iPhone and apps to keep me productive. My planner is wonderful, but there will always be things my planner can’t do like make a noise to alert me of a calendar event, or play some relaxing music when I’m feeling pressured and overwhelmed. There are just always going to be some things my iPhone will be used for that help me with my productivity and that doesn’t diminish or take away from my paper planner, instead, when the two work together, I get more done! So today I want to share with you the 5 Productivity Apps that Lowe

How to Design Your Day

The reason many of us long to become entrepreneurs is so that we can have the freedom to design our days. The good news is you don’t have to wait to become a full-time entrepreneur to do that. In fact, you can start right now. Learning to design your day now can only help you in the long run. Before you know it you’ll feel like a pro at it. Plus I always say it’s better to be proactive than reactive, and designing your day will help you do just that. I’ve been making some changes recently to how I spend my time during the day and the small changes I’ve made so far have made such a huge difference. I’ve learned that there are a few key factors to consider when designing your day. Check them o

OPERATION FIRST IMPRESSION

The first impression is usually the last impression. The first time someone is exposed to your brand is important because it is right then and there that their opinion of your brand is formed. You don’t often have another chance to win someone over, and that is why you should put a little thought into how your brand is perceived at first sight. It’s even better when you make sure that the first experience a new customer or viewer has with your brand is memorable. There are a few simple things that I’ve done to make sure that my brand makes a good first impression and I’m sharing them with you below. How to Make a Good First Impression with Your Brand 1. Be clear about what value you provide

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