Let the tools do the work for you!
There’s an old saying that a business without a sign is a sign of no business. The average American spends 17,600 minutes per year driving. If you put a business sign on your car for a whole year, that’s 293 hours worth of advertising! And all you have to do is drive to the same job, stores, houses, etc. that you always go to. That’s not including the parking times. Continue reading “Is Your Car a Mobile Mouthpiece?”
There must be SOMETHING good behind all that evil
I’m just curious, is there someone in your life that you don’t get along with? Someone at work or in your apartment building who really knows how to push your buttons? Would it be okay if you could lessen the anger you feel around them?
Continue reading “What DO You Like About Your Enemies?”
A must-read for anyone who is stuck in their business
Let me share an experience I’ve had with work. In my early years, most people I knew were using and teaching the 3-foot rule, cold calls, postcard marketing, and very few other things. So I did the same. I consistently passed out flyers, made cold calls to lists of leads, stalked my warm market until they all got restraining orders, etc. No matter how often I did the work, I rarely got results, and it was very frustrating and time-consuming. Continue reading “Are You Being Persistent or Insane?”
A fun way to set your goals
There’s an old saying that the best way to predict the future is to create it. The film The Secret talks a lot about visualization, and for great reason. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between physical reality and your imagination. Athletes such as Tiger Woods mentally rehearse their performances, and recreate them in the actual game. People have even used visualization to recover from major health issues such as paralyzation. Continue reading “How to Predict the Future!”