Posts tagged with: Getting someone started

Never Pee Alone, A Life Blesson When I was 5 years old, I cut my thumb after discovering a razor blade in the bathroom medicine cabinet. It was an innocent mistake that required stitches. I vividly remember watching as the...
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Beach Bum to Poolside Entrepreneur   In college I worked as a beach lifeguard. I often referred to myself as a “professional beach bum” because I wasn’t sure what career path I wanted to take upon graduation.   That’s when...
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One more street, One more week, One more contact! By Linda O.   Sales is a numbers game? Maybe this is debatable, but those of us who have turned our noses up to sales as a profession or have rejected...
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          What’s in it for Me? By Linda O. While watching a Muhammad Ali appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson years ago, after thanking Ali for coming, Johnny mentioned Muhammad’s knack for writing poems...
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Classical Martial Arts attitude can help your business success In business, there is a common belief that some special shortcut to success exists. Many think “If I just knew what the secret insider angle was or had special information or...
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Let’s get this out of the way really fast………..You Can Sell ….. …..even though you don’t need to in our business…….patience, I’ll explain in a bit. When I share my business opportunity, I will frequently hear a common objection; Which...
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Five years ago I found myself standing at a crossroad. Ever since I was little I have always dreamed of being a mom. As a matter of fact, I can even remember praying at just 10 years old that my...
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Don’t count the months until the next vacation your company grants you. Instead, travel as often as you like while you run a successful business that generates all the income you want. Make a list of the places you want...
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Building relationships has always been critical to starting and running a successful business, if you don’t get on with your colleagues it can be a real pain, so it’s important to build relationships. Thirty years ago relationships were built when...
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Most people spend their adult lives, their most productive years, regretting the mind numbing constraints of a corporate career and fearing the uncertainty of starting their own business. There is a third option. Thirty years ago Leslie Hocker and Ron...
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