Is it your business or your hobby?
We all know that there are major differences between jobs and home business. However, that doesn’t mean that our business deserves any less respect from us. A great man in my company always said “If you can give this the same respect you’d give a job, in a much shorter period of time, you could be much farther ahead of the game.” Continue reading “How Much Do You Really Respect Your Business?”
I was once almost stranded in another state, 7 hours from home.
A few weeks before releasing this article, I traveled from New Jersey to North Carolina on a business trip. On the way home, I came shockingly close to being stranded 7 hours from home. And 3 hours away from the place where I had been staying.
Continue reading “What Did I Learn From Almost Being Stranded?”
In our line of work, we often run into people who don’t want a home business, but a regular job. Naturally, some prospects end up hanging up or telling us that they’re not interested. This doesn’t have to be the end. What you say to them next can open the possibility of them joining your business anyway. Continue reading “How to Respond to Prospects Who Want a Job!”
Are you as independent as you think? Let’s find out!
As a society, we like to see ourselves as independent, allowing no one and nothing to control us. But how much power do we really have? There are countless ways in which we give away our power, subtly and non-subtly. For some of us, this is an every day occurrence. I have a few questions that I’d like to run by you. Take a moment to think about how much they apply to your own life. Continue reading “How Much Power Do You Really Have?”
What happens when you aren’t there for your kids?
I’m just curious, are you investing as much time as you’d like with your family? How often do you turn down you’re child’s request to play with you? The following story will show you the importance of making time for your loved ones. Continue reading “While You Still Can!”
There are four types of guests at a presentation.
Everyone knows that after the business presentation comes that big moment when the guests have to make a decision. Will they sign up, or will they let you say “next”? Your role at this point is to help them make that decision, and you can start by sorting the guests into groups. Continue reading “How to Sort the 4 Types of Guests!”
Time to check up on your target audience.
If you think about it, our products and services are not meant for every person on the planet. One way of working smarter is to specifically go for the people who need what we’re selling. The places to find those people are right in front of us. Continue reading “Who Needs What You Have?”