You’re about to discover how to reduce and alleviate stress so you can be more efficient, effective, and focused.
As a result, you’ll be on top of your game as a home-based business owner and entrepreneur.
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Because I’m going to give you five powerful tools that you can use anytime, anywhere, any day!
You’re about to discover one of the BIGGEST mistakes most entrepreneurs make when it comes to attracting “big time” clients.
More importantly, I’m going to share some specific pitfalls to avoid when it comes to avoiding this deadly mistake.
Now, when I talk about big time clients, I’m talking about the type of customer you truly want in your business.
And by the way, this is something that even the big dogs have a tendency to stumble over.
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How would you like to be more attractive?
Now, by attractive I don’t necessarily mean “good-looking” attractive.
Because, let’s face it, there are lots of things that make someone attractive, beyond just their looks.
Instead, I’m talking magnetic quality of attraction that naturally makes folks want to flock to you, desire to be in your presence, and hang on your every word.
This is the kind of attraction great leaders exhibit, the kind of attraction that not only makes you more effective in life, but more importantly, makes you significantly more effective in business.
Below you’ll learn five secrets every attractive person instinctively knows (but probably couldn’t articulate).
Ready to dig in?
Let’s face it…
One of the biggest issues entrepreneurs face is rejection.
Which is worth talking about, because rejection is, simply put, a part of doing business.
Your job is to sell stuff, and sometimes people will say “no.”
If you get enough “no’s,” it can mess with your head—not because you lack the mental toughness, clarity, or focus to get through it.
It’s because, believe it or not…
Are vision boards, the law of attraction, and positive thinking actually BAD for your business?
Yes, yes they are.
In fact, scientific studies conducted by two New York University psychologists, Gabrielle Oettingen and Doris Mayer, demonstrate these “sacred cows” have an overwhelmingly-negative impact and can absolutely KILL your results.
So to help make sense out of their data, I’m going to share are five detrimental outcomes that come directly from using things like vision boards, and positive thinking, and positive visualization.
Then I’m also going to share with you one powerful way you CAN use visualization that WORKS for your business.
See, it’s not all “bad news!”
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Ever hear of a guy named Gary Vaynerchuk?
As a kid, he not only set up a lemonade stand, he sold lemonade stand franchises all over the neighborhood, and as he tells it, he “collected his profits from his big wheel bicycle.”
In high school, he bought and sold baseball cards, sometimes earning a couple of thousand dollars in a single weekend by taking advantage of shrewd deals.
His early efforts as an entrepreneur came to a screeching halt when his dad insisted he give up his businesses, take a huge pay cut, and work in the family liquor store for two measly bucks an hour.
Throughout high school and college, Gary spent nights and weekends in the basement shoveling ice.
Then one day, it hit him…
Learn all about Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica “scandal” below, which, you may recall, recently led to Mark Zuckerberg testifying before congress about how Facebook handles user data. Plus, you’ll learn how you can use a concept called micro-targeting to attract prospects with a predetermined interest in your products, services, or company. The mainstream media is essentially […]
In the traditional business world, people think having a BIG business with a bunch of resources…
…such as being able to hire the best, pay signing bonuses, issue stocks galore, cut enormous paychecks, and provide outrageous perks…
…all SEEM like unfair advantages large corporations have over the “little guy.”
But in actuality, being small has its own advantages.
I’m currently reading book titled, The Road Less Stupid, by a personal mentor, Keith Cunningham and a chapter in his phenomenal book has inspired me to write about this topic.
Keith, if you’re not familiar, is essentially the “Rich Dad” from the popular Rich Dad, Poor Dad books, and he is neither Hawaiian nor the father of Robert Kiyosaki’s childhood friend.
However, some of his teachings or a version of his original teachings—including what we know as the “Cashflow Quadrant”—were attributed to the fictional “Rich Dad” character in Kiyosaki’s books.
Anyway, in The Road Less Stupid, Keith talks about some of the advantages of being a small company…
In this interview, Tim Erway, the visionary CEO of Elite Marketing Pro, provides a revealing look at the “Entrepreneur’s Journey” from start-up, to six-figures, seven-figures, and beyond!
Tim shares hard-won sage advice from founding multiple seven-figure businesses and generating multiple-eight-figures in sales since launching his first online startup in the mid-2000s.
You’ll learn the cold hard truth about what it takes to create a six-, seven-, and an eight-figure business.
…and why most never do.
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In this exclusive interview, 7-figure earners Angel Fletcher and Ryan Higgins reveal how to use Facebook Groups to build a large tribe and develop personal connections with your audience.
You’ll also discover how to create maximum engagement and a simple way to recruit new members.
(Plus what NOT to do too.)
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