This Is Your Life Podcast EP57: Why you must confront seemingly Indispensable but disrespectful members)

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This Is Your Life Podcast EP57: Why you must confront seemingly indispensable but disrespectful members

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In this episode, host of This is Your Life Podcast Michael Hyatt,  discussed a very important matter every team must pay attention to especially if they are aiming for success.

Every growing partnership or organization will inevitably face conflicts with its members. This podcast will help listeners learn why you MUST CONFRONT seemingly INDISPENSABLE BUT DISRESPECTFUL MEMBERS. 

Michael says, “Confrontation is never easy, but is essential for creating a healthy organizational culture.”

Michael Hyatt starts this podcast with a question:michael-hyatt-headshot

“As a leader, what do you do when you have an employee or a colleague who disrespects you in front of your team? What do you do when this employee is a top performer and one of your supervisor’s favorites?”

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

FIVE ACTION STEPS IN RETAINING YOUR CREDIBILITY WHILE  BEING AN EFFECTIVE LEADER:

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  • ACTION #1: GET CLEAR IN YOUR OWN THINKING.
    –   Take some time to reflect.
    -   Consult a trusted adviser.

  • ACTION #2: COUNT THE COST.shocked when he receiveda text
    –   Be willing to put your whole well being at risk.

    ” If you have something negative to someone, speak with him in person. Second option is by phone but never through an email or text.”

 

 

  • ACTION #3: SECURE YOUR SUPERVISOR’S SUPPORT.
    –   Ask for your supervisor’s support.  supervisor talking

  • ACTION #4: CONFRONT THE DISRESPECTFUL EMPLOYEE.
    –   No exceptions and excuses. Never tolerate disrespectful behavior.confrontation1
    “These are not easy conversations, but these uneasy situations will define your leadership.”

  • ACTION #5: GIVE THE EMPLOYEE SOME TIME TO THINK.thinking employee
    –   Affirm the employee first.
    –   Make them come to a decision.

 

A FEW QUESTIONS DISCUSSED FROM LISTENERS

  1. How to work harmoniously with someone from a different culture. 
  2. How to deal with a disrespectful co-worker when your team leader is not yet aware of the situation.  
  3. How can I overcome the fear caused by intimidating conversations like this?
  4. How to confront disrespectful older people, relatives, and team members who are closely related to my boss. 
  5. How to confront disrespectful unpaid volunteers. 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“You can’t develop people and take them to the next level unless you are willing to speak into their lives. Take courage in doing it — for their benefit and for your team.”

ADDITIONAL TIPS

  • “Culture is ultimately shaped by the behavior of the leaders.”
  • “And either way, whether you chicken out and let the behavior slide, or confront it head on, it will affect your reputation with your team, your boss, and yourself.”

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The Sales Evangelist EP1: The Art of Selling with Jeffrey Gitomer

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The Sales Evangelist EP1: The Art of Selling with Jeffrey Gitomer!

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Donald Kelly, the sales evangelist, is the host of the Sales Evangelist show – and this, in fact, was the very first episode! Donald started in sales from scratch and eventually transformed his income, achieving a remarkable growth with the help of top sales experts he met along his entrepreneurial journey. The show’s intent is to evangelize listeners using sales principles, tips, and real-life experiences to help create a significant difference in their income!

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The launch of the show moved as Donald Kelly, with co-host Jared Easley from Starve the Doubts, interviewed guest, Jeffrey Gitomer, to talk about The Art of Selling!

Jeffrey is the author of The New York Times best sellers The Sales BibleThe Little Red Book of SellingThe Little Black Book of Connections, and The Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude.

Jeffrey also gives around a hundred presentations a year and does public and corporate seminars. He also runs annual sales meetings and Internet training programs on selling, customer loyalty, and personal development. Jeffrey was also inducted into the National Speaker’s Association Hall of Fame! 

Jeffrey says, “I give value first.  I help other people.  I strive to be the best to what I love to do.  I establish long term relationships with everyone.  I have fun and I do that every day!”

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • When Jeffrey was starting in the business
    -          He lived in a successful home environment.
    -          He started making money at a young age.
    -          He knew what he was capable of doing.
    -          He never doubted himself.
    “Even I went broke a couple of times, I never doubted myself.”
  • Jeffrey’s advice for people who may not have a positive background in success
    -          Think positive, avoid negative stuff, live positively.
    -          Quit a job you don’t love doing.
    “Wake up and do something positive every day.”
  • Jeffrey talked about his stand: “People don’t like to be sold, but they love to BUY.” 
  • aggresive scary man salesAssertive Sales versus Aggressive Sales
    -          An aggressive sales person tells you everything.
    -          An assertive sales person asks you everything.
    “Ask more questions rather than tell a bunch of facts.”

 

  • How does Jeffrey get someone to buy?
    -          Determine your customer’s motive and urgency for buying.
    -          Know the value of the product for your customer.
    -          Never ask their budget.
  • Jeffrey’s reason for moving into sales
    -          Jeffrey didn’t want to rely the sales of his business on other people.
    -          Jeffrey wants to take ownership working with his sales.
    “Be the standard of how to make sales before hiring your own sales team.”
  • Is academics a factor in sales? -“Everyone can get a job in sales.”
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  • Fail first to move forward?rejected
  • Why people fall away from sales?
    -          They can’t take rejection.
    -          Rejection comes 7-8 times.
  • Jeffrey’s failures in the business and how he made his rebound
    -          Name your desired outcome and get there in every possible way you can.
    -          Try your best to get to the next level.
    -          Put yourself in a winning position.
    “I don’t think you need to fail in order to succeed, but it can help you.”
  • How Jeffrey overcame his life challenges
  • Training yourself with a positive mental attitude
    “Your attitude stays with you.”
  • How being an early bird benefits Jeffrey and his company wake up alrm clock

    “Accomplishing majority of your work early in the morning will make you feel great the rest of the day.”

 

 

  • How to face sales people who already know everything
  • Making yourself available in the new platforms
    “Make sure your customers can find and interact with you in a unique way.
  • How to develop your own brand
    -          Start a website and a blog.
    -          Have a platform in the different social media.
  • Jeffrey defines hard work! 
  • hard work man pushes big stone aheadJeffrey’s encouragement for everyone who wants to let go of laziness, get pro-active, and pursue hard work:

“Laziness happens when you don’t love what you’re doing.”

“Shout for the love you want and quit if you don’t.”

  • Encourage yourself: Right self talk = Positive performance!
  • The importance of self-assessment to identify holes that need attention.
  • Applying good sales principles to other areas of life.

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MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“Have a self-assessment. Gauge yourself from 1-10 on the things you’re capable of, on the relationships that you build with your customers, on the love of your brand, and all the things that you need to do that are the foundations to your own success.” – Jeffrey Gitomer

 

Additional Tips:

  • People don’t like to be sold, but they love to BUY.
  • Plant facts and let your market decide what they’ll do with it.
  • Take away your “TV time” and have more time in the social media to connect with your market/audience.
  • You’ll be a solid mediocre player if you’re doing a job you don’t love.
  • Wake up earlier, have a good time, sleep later.

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48 Days Online (Episode: You must be what you can be.)

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48 Days Online (Episode: You must be what you can be.)

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In this episode, 48 Days Online Episode hosted by Dan Miller talked about how to pursue your greatest potentials, leave the mediocre life behind and get ready for a happy and successful life!

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The episode moved as Dan gave principles and encouragement for everyone to step out, not settle for anything less and become the best of what you can be!

 

 

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • The stair steps to success!Stairs_To_Success
  • Not putting yourself in a position of desperation in pursuing your dreams.
    “Nobody does their best art when they’re desperate.”

 

  • Men who have not generated income because their wives are working.
  • Pursuing your dreams while providing for your family.
  • Generating income with the help of others.
    “Most people who have extraordinary success in their businesses have a lot of connections and people around them.” connections
  • The power of connection! 
    - Nobody is successful alone.

    - Nobody makes it to the top in isolation.
  • Our need for others is essential.
    “We all are connected to other people that help us on our successful journey.”  

    “We all need somebody to lean on.”
  • Combining your passion, talent and creating your own economic model.
  • Designing your plans for life and business.
  • Creating a list of ideas!  Ideas-List
    - Commit to making 20 ideas combining your passion, talents and purpose (e.g. helping others).

    - Traveling while providing people information they need to know about exotic places
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  • Finding ways in maximizing profits (ex: designing, distributing T-shirts)
  • Taking your ideas to the next level 
    “The biggest challenge is marketing.” 

    (explore other avenues to share the business ideas: mugs, hats, etc. )
  • Figuring out your unique skills and abilities  question 1
    ASK YOURSELF
    :
    - What are your personality tendencies?
    – How do you relate with other people?
    - What are your values, dreams, and passion?

    – What are those recurring things you are drawn to?
    - What do you often do with your free time?
  • The power of an idea – knowing the best idea that will fit you!
  • Weighing the cost of income of your business 
    Question:  “What do you think of starting a dessert shop business?”
    - A tough business model 

    “Customers who come in your shop will stay for long hours consuming your retails and valuables while only having to pay a very small amount compared to the cost of your expense you invest in your business.”cupcake
  • Enduring anxieties versus the need to contribute to your household income.
    Question: I have panic attacks but I need to contribute to our family income, how do I deal with that? anxiety-attack
    - Know what is possible. Know your strengths
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    - Work with a counselor to guide you.
    - Find productive things to do
     even with the limitations and capabilities you have.
    - Move beyond your limits.
    - Find something that could generate your income even while staying at home.
  • marriage brekasChanging Careers
    Q: Should I leave my marriage to pursue my dream?
    Changing careers does not require putting a relationship at risk.” 
    - Consult a marriage coach.
    - Divorce will just increase more monetary pressure.

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MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be.” — Abraham Maslow

ADDITIONAL TIPS:

  • “Don’t try to go to something you never had. Go to something that is already in line with what you enjoy.”
  • “Don’t settle for less!”
  • “Its not possible to have success without any other people around you. You have to please somebody else for your work before having any kind of rewards.”
  • Start your own mastermind group.

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Business of People in Leadership Podcast: Learn Public Speaking with Laura Mathis

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The Podcast Episode of the Week winner is:

Business of People in Leadership Podcast: Interview with Laura Mathis

JJ     In this episode, Jonathan Jarrell, host of jonathanjarrell.com invites Laura Mathis to the show!

Laura is a public speaker who is known for using acting elements in honing public speaking skills. She is also an excellent public speaking coach and a trainer. Laura is the author of the book Acting Skills for Lawyers which was published by the American Bar Association. She was also the founder of Sol Acting Academy, a school for film and theater acting which produced a number of Hollywood actors.

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It is a vital aspect in business that we know how to be a good communicator to our clients and/or to our target markets.

Let’s learn from this episode as Laura talks about the techniques that make up a competent public speaker and the benefits it may bring to our business! 

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Techniques in making an interesting and a “catchy” speech.
  • The importance of preparation before you speak in public.
  • How to make a speech that would get the audiences’ attention.
  • Steps in constructing a speech:
    Research - Prepare slides or other visual presentations-  Rehearse )
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  • Do’s and don’ts in using slide presentations.
  • Understanding the impact of public speaking to your audience.
  • How the audience watches every move and speech of the public speaker.audience listen
  • Overcoming nervousness in public speaking. nervous man
  • How to be confident in delivering your speech.
  • The importance of having passion in public speaking.
  • How to have a remarkable stage presence.stage-view
  • blog_boredHow to bring back the attention of your audience when they get bored:  
    -  Remind your audience why they are there
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    -  Don’t drown your audience with too much information
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    -  Make a connection with your audience.

  • The need for a leader to learn public speaking.
  • Feeling and owning the moment when you are speaking in front of the crowd.Obama speaks
  • Ways to improve in public speaking.
    -          Knowing and taping to your strengths.
    -          Working on your areas of opportunities.
    -          Having an appropriate and a variety of vocal tones.
    -          Proper execution of body gestures.  hand gestures
  • Laura’s worst clients.
  • Laura talks about her public speaking workshops.
  • Laura talks about her experience with TEDx.

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MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

In public speaking, the best way to manage nervousness is to be prepared!

 

ADDITIONAL TIP:

- Know your material, rehearse out loud, go to the venue, set up the power point, consider the answers to the questions that may be asked - all of these things will build your confidence in public speaking.

MENTIONS:

  • TEDx -Program designed to help communities, organizations and individuals to spark conversation and connection through local TED-like experiences.
  • Book: Acting Skills for Lawyers by Laura Mathis
  • Sol Acting Academy – a school for film and theater acting

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48 days online: You’re Wasting Time Throwing Stones

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48 days online: You’re Wasting Time Throwing Stones 

48. In this episode, host of 48 Days Online Radio show Dan Miller talks about how an entrepreneur should wisely deal with the circumstances he will face as he walks towards the road of success.

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We all know that in business and in life, there will be a lot of obstacles that we ought to face in order to make a step forward towards our goals. But should we really be paying attention to all the distractions?

There may be times where we may be focusing too much on how to deal with and get out of the present obstacles.

Dan Miller encourages us in this episode to stop throwing stones at the barking dogs (distractions) along our way and just focus on where we are heading!

A Few Questions Covered in the Episode:

  • How does one meet with rich individuals when you’re surrounded by a sea of “broke folks?”
  • Can your job search methods work for people with criminal backgrounds as well as the long term unemployed?
  • Can I be a health coach if I’m overweight?
  • How can I develop connections if I’m an introvert?
  • After 20 years in my profession, I have been told that my skills are already stale.
  • I’ve always wanted to start my own business, but the risk it may bring to my family scares me and my wife.

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • The DOG-BARKING distractions along the path of extra ordinary success.
  • barkingNon-millionaires associating with millionaires
  • Thinking like a millionaire before becoming a real millionaire.
  • The common characteristics of millionaires.
  • How to find authentic strengths even if not having an academic opportunity? – Thinking creatively!
  • Finding the best opportunities for the people out of prison – Prison Entrepreneurship Programs
  • Working on your unique skills to have some more improvement.
  • Jumping on to obstacles to open the door to extra ordinary success. creative obstacle
  • Committing to becoming the best that you can be.
  • Staying in the areas of your expertise.
  • Using your passion to rediscover what you need to do more next time.
  • Helping other people while sabotaging your personal goals.
  • How to work on special brands of businesses with a small target market.
  • Engaging the right business prospects.
  • Self transparency and recognizing your best potentials.
  • shyDealing with introversion and subsequently underdeveloped skills.
  • The great social skills of an introvert.
  • Taking a short term job as reasonable vehicle in developing your passion.
  • Continuing what you have been doing temporarily and coming back to your passion afterwards.
  • A start-up reasonable time for every passion.
  • How to handle an initially “do it all” business. Ex: Cookie Business
  • Promoting, selling and building a new name for your business.
  • Learning how to live “ON” your business rather than “IN” your business.
  • business-coaching-program-img-one-on-oneTransforming coaching as a business and as an immediate income generator.
  • Building success through individual coaching.
  • Creating a vision for your business.
  • Mapping out a step-by-step procedure of your business that aligns to your vision.
  • Being a family person and someone who pursues his dream at the same time.
  • Correcting the misconception about “risk thinking” to achieve business success.
  • Planning an execution instead of just risking.

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MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY! “You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.” – Winston Churchill.

ADDITIONAL TIPS:

  • “There are a lot of barking dogs around you. People around you distracting you, pulling you down at their level, may be a job or circumstance that holds you back.. They distract you, taking you away from what you’re doing.”
  • “Don’t spend a lot of time dealing with the barking dogs. Focus on where you’re heading towards, not where you’re heading away from.”
  • “You don’t have to be a millionaire to be associated with millionaires.”
  • “You don’t need to be perfect to be a coach.”
  • “You don’t need to change who you are if you recognize how you function best.”

MENTIONS:

  • Book: “Get Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill
  • Book: “Get the Strangest Secret” by Earl Nightingale
  • Book: “The Millionaire Mind” by Thomas Stanley
  • Book: “When helping others is hurting you” by Dr. David Hogans
  • “The Principles of 48 Days” by Dan Miller
  • Innovate2013.com

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PODCAST OF THE WEEK: Lifestyle Business Podcast EP129 (A Business Idea Smackdown)

After a week of gleaning from podcast episodes, this is the best episode based on its takeaways.

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Lifestyle Business Podcast EP129:  Business Idea Smackdown

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           The Lifestyle Business Podcast and Tropical MBA hosted by Dan Andrews and Ian Schoen are often confused as two similar shows. In this episode, Dan and Ian finally made it clear that the two shows provide different line of contents to give podcast listeners a more diverse source of topics.Tropical MBA

          In the case of The Lifestyle Business podcast, Dan and Ian meet once a week to share business information, while “everything else under the sun” is discussed  in the Tropical MBA Podcast.

          Moving forward to today’s topic, Dan and Ian talked about the advantages of  having multiple domains when you have a cohesive, solid, separate product. Having said this, The Dynamite Circle is a perfect example of a product that Dan and Ian have been working on. Dan_Ian_PG2

      For the rest of the episode, Dan and Ian combat against each other in giving the best ideas they have as they answer four challenge questions sent by the listeners of the show. The episode moves as the ring is set for a Business Idea Smackdown!  

 

 

Here is what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • When is it best to have different multiple domains?
  • What to market and where to market?

THE FOUR BUSINESS IDEA SMACK DOWN! boxing

ROUND I:    “Give yourselves the exact same situation when you first started your business in terms of cash and situation concerns… Looking back at what you’ve already done, what would you do differently?”

IAN: 

  • Pick markets that are big enough to keep my interest 5 years down the road.
  • Know the difference between a niche and a market place.
  • Construct a road map of your goals.map

“When we first started, we never really planned on success.”

“Back then, it was easy to get discouraged and wonder when we’re going to get that money because we didn’t have anybody around us doing what we’re doing.”

DAN: 

  • Have a clearer product rubric. Be more positive!
  • Learning the strength of the information product business.

“What I’ve wished I would have done is to have a little bit more intent and design behind what I knew I was good at and I knew we could do.” 

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ROUND 2:    “You have 5-10 thousand in the bank and no current income, with all the background skills needed, how do you get to 2 thousand monthly income as soon as possible? Where do  you get leads? Where will you live and how do you manage your clients?”

IAN:

  • Be in a place where you are surrounded with mentors.
  • Build a paid traffic team and services.
  • Distribute E-commerce customers on different platforms.

DAN

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  • Choose SEO consulting.
  • Strategize a monthly $1000 compensation by servicing SEO consultantsseo consultant

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ROUND 3:   “You have the two to three thousand dollar monthly income and your costs are low… How do you take it to the next level?”

DAN:

  • Figure out what’s delivering the most value for your clients.
  • Progressive production of products that give your clients more value.
  • Know which deliverable products are making the most difference in the market place.
  • Understand your Profit Margin (The scope of what you value most) 

“That first $2-3k that comes in the door is not my salary, that’s something an entrepreneur uses to build a team and a system.”

IAN:

  • Start hiring people immediately and get yourself out of the cash flow.
  • Work only on what entrepreneurs can do in the present situation.
  • Move to the next step: freedom of time, movement and new ideas!
  • Have other people around to build your business and get yourself a partner.
  • Build your salary by staying on a freelancer vortex.hiring people

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ROUND 4:   “What is the best opportunity right now to rip, pivot and jam?”

IAN:

  • Rip on the market place of your business!
  • Be transparent and focused on the business marketplace.meet them

DAN:

  • Model what other successful entrepreneurs are already doing.

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“I’m not just gonna hire people to grow my business, I’m gonna hire myself to grow my business.”

- Hire people for expansion but be wholly involved with your business. You are your business’ core foundation.

 

ADDITIONAL TIPS:

  • “It’s a lot easier for us to make decisions in real life than it is in our inbox.”
  • “You have to choose to deny yourself on certain things in order to get other things in life.”

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The Lifestyle Business Podcast: #159 A Philosophical Conversation: Gettin’ Paid vs. Makin’ Bank

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Lifestyle Business Podcast EP159:  – A Philosophical Conversation : Gettin’ Paid vs. Makin’ Bank

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In this episode, Dan Andrews and Ian Schoen, hosts of Lifestyle Business Podcast, invite John Myers in the show as he talks about a must-hear topic for every entrepreneur.

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These men talked about guidelines on how to spend every income of assets wisely while being able to focus on other things you value as an entrepreneur.  

The episode moves as John Myers shares how to go from just making a living to making a killing! 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Three big sticking points in the community
    1.  Game Started
    2.  Hiring and Leading a Staff and Building a Team
    3.  Getting Beyond Operating a Business
  • Managing your income
  • Replacing and scaling your income scaling your income
  • Cultivating a professional table image (How Others Perceive You)
  • The table image concept 1.   Having a Lot of Conviction 2.   Having a Lot of Enthusiasm 3.   Having a Concrete Vision
  • Having a concrete vision for your business platform (knowing what to bring to the world)
  • Knowing what businesses and services are needed in the market place
  • Providing products and services to people who are those in top industries products and services
  • Building more meaningful business (thinking about better ideas)
  • Offering unique products and services
  • Focusing on the right target market (target audience)
  • The ways consumers operate their jobs
  • The opportunities that await successful businesses
  • Making more than a living making more money
  • An early based job and entering a business vs. making a killing
  • Scaling your efforts and building a team around you
  • Going for the extra mile tasks
  • Figuring out the things you think you deserve business thinking
  • Keeping the consumption mindset
  • Investing on education leads to making a killing income investing on education
  • Accepting the idea of change
  • Finding formative experiences from new things 
  • Hanging on to principles while changing its vehicles 
  • The “one bar thinking” and “palm positioning”
  • Building up tasks that will form a good long term control over your business
  • Panic mode vs. calm mindful execution 
  • Understanding the true definition of branding 
  • Reversing the engineer touch points 
  • Knowing how your business should look like!lets get creative

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“People who are making the killing don’t peel cash until it counts!”

ADDITIONAL TIPS:

  • “It’s not just good enough to be on the right spot or network. It matters what people in that network think of you.”
  • “If you don’t like change, you’re irrelevant and even less.”
  • “If you want to become an entrepreneur, you have to get out of that job unless you are an apprentice.”
  • “A brand is built as an idea…something you stand for.”
  • “The speed and rate of change is inevitable.”

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