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Use Your Greatest Talent to Serve Humanity

By |April 23rd, 2012|

When trying to build a business on the Internet, why is it that many of us complicate things and forget everything we learned in the offline business world?

My family’s restaurant was successful because we used our natural strengths of cooking and hospitality and filled a specific need of our local market because there was only one other Greek restaurant open at the time.

Online, it is amazing how many of us jump in with no knowledge of the market.  We just jump from tactic to tactic and never think of filling a need or using our natural talents and developed strengths.

What […]

Success Habit Picked Up From Early to Rise Newsletter

By |April 23rd, 2012|

If you are not subscribed to the Early to Rise newsletter I suggest you get on that!

Every morning they deliver to you a short article on one success topic that I think is excellent.

Their subscriber count is close to, if not over, one million strong so you know they deliver value.

One thing I picked up that I have developed into a daily success habit came from a video leading up to a product launch that they were doing.

Every day, I write in my journal a few lines about each of the following: G, O, Did, Do, App.  These call letters stand […]

Personal Development Exercises by Rich Schefren

By |April 22nd, 2012|

In the first report in Rich Schefren’s Founders’ Club, called Your Business Blueprint, I went through a few exercises that I thought were great.

The first one was to write down all the things that I do not want in my life.  Rich instructed to write down whatever came to mind without thinking too much about it or spending too much time on it.

Things like “I don’t want to argue with my wife” and “I don’t want to worry about money” are things that go in this section.

He explained that we are much more familiar with the things that we don’t want because […]

Service to Many Leads to Great Wealth

By |April 21st, 2012|

Like I said in a recent post, I have been engulfed in Rich Schefren Founders’ Club Reports lately and I just can’t get enough.

He seems to speak my language, teaching exactly what I need to hear at this time in my development.

One thing that I learned from him and have since heard from Deepak Chopra (Spiritual Laws of Success Audio) is that each of us was put on this earth with a unique talent that we express in a unique way and there is something that we can do better than anyone else on the planet.

In order to make a […]

Streamlining the Buying Process or Marketing Funnel

By |February 20th, 2012|

I don’t believe in coincidences so I knew there was a reason or something happening in my life that caused me to hear the same message from three or four different sources over the past couple of days.

The message was about streamlining not only the buying process but about cutting the fat in everything that I do.

In marketing, we often have too broad a focus and many times suffer from information overload.  With all the options out there, what should I being doing with my time that will create the biggest results in the shortest amount of time.

Something that Brian […]

This Week in Review: Business Priorities and Reasons that Motivate

By |January 27th, 2012|

It’s Friday, already.

This week was good.
My New Company’s Progress
SEO Spartan, my new company, is in its infancy so I’ve been focusing all my efforts on getting it off the ground and acquiring the critical mass of clients needed to turn that ever-important profit.  Anyone who has ever started a business knows that there is an endless list of things to do so keeping my focus on the number one priority – selling – especially as a one-man show, at the moment, has been a challenge.

Right now, I am just about finished with a Special Report about how to get your […]

Mental Profile of a Champion

By |October 1st, 2011|

You have this deep rooted belief that no matter what life throws at you, you will get through it and come out stronger on the other side.
Nothing can stop you.
“I will persist until I succeed!”  Og Mandino.
What beautiful self-talk?
“What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve!”
“We become what we think about most.”
“Your outer world is a direct reflection of your inner world.”
Someone that really exploded my belief system about money was Frank Kern. More specifically, when Kern said something along the lines of: What’s wrong with getting rich quick?!  As if that’s some evil […]

Your Conscious and Subconscious Mind

By |September 27th, 2011|

“Your conscious mind commands and your subconscious mind obeys. Your subconscious mind is an unquestioning servant that works day and night to make your behavior fit a pattern consistent with your emotionalized thoughts, hopes and desires. Your subconscious mind grows either flowers or weeds in the garden of your life, whichever you plant by the mental equivalents you create.” -Brian Tracy in Maximum Achievement
George Zalucki said that in your brain there are two forces at play, the thinker and the prover.
The conscious mind is the thinker and the subconscious mind is the prover.
The thinker thinks and the prover proves. […]

Questions to Ask Yourself

By |August 16th, 2011|

How much do you value your time?
What are your priorities?
Do you ever feel as if you got a lot done in the day but got nowhere?
How much time do you spend working on your business or on yourself compared to working in your business or putting out fires?
Why do most people focus only on scheduling beginning times for appointments or meetings and not giving an ounce of thought to end times?  Maybe we should focus on both equally.
Why don’t people write their goals down?
My wife has recently made me aware of the power that your emotional state has […]

The Less I Do, The More I Make

By |June 11th, 2011|

I realized something over the past few months.
You can work hard your entire life and end up broke.
Sometimes, I take a step back from my work and say to myself, “You know something?  I have been working longer hours than I ever have, but my income is not following along with that work time.”
In other words, there have been times in my life when I have made more working less.
Listen, don’t think I am against working hard. Because, I am not.
It’s just the way my brain is wired. I am always thinking about making what I […]