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Four Steps to Maximize Productivity and Resourcefulness When Dealing with Financial Stress and Worry

Stress and worry can seriously impact your business… Because it’s extremely difficult to make effective decisions when you’re emotionally exhausted. This comes up over and over again, especially when people are dealing with the financial risks inherent in building their business. Case in point: I keep seeing this in our community, especially with the brand […]

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How to Use the “Reverse Invite Method” to Get Your Prospects to Invite Themselves

This sound familiar..? You’re constantly inviting people to take a look at your business—but all too often you’re hearing a resounding, “No!” …or worse yet, “Let me think about it.” Kinda discouraging, right? Maybe you’ve started thinking to yourself… “Sheesh, I just want to stop CHASING people!” “How do I get people to ASK ME […]

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It wasn’t until I stopped Prospecting, that my Business started growing

I stopped prospecting and my business started to grow bit by bit~ Stop running people down with your grocery cart or trapping them in conversation on the plane. There is a better way!! There are many pitfalls you need to avoid when you are offline or online prospecting. Let me tell you a little story…. […]

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How to Build Your Business Online In Three Strategic Steps

How to Build Your Business Online in Three Strategic Steps Are you tired of prospecting friends and family? Tired of doing home meetings, cold calls, and chasing after everyone you meet? Are you sick of being accused of peddling some “pyramid thing?” If you said yes to any of those questions, then you’re ready to […]

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12 Tips to Get More Done In Less Time

12 Tips to Get More Done In Less Time The future isn’t real. And it’s KILLING your ability to get anything done. Here’s why… According to a 2014 study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, we tend to put tasks into one of two categories: Now and later. And guess what? Later tasks never get done! Which […]

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