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Crazy, man!

by Amy Dougherty on April 15, 2009 | Articles
Crazy, man!

What are the boundaries that encase our thoughts, and who made them? If you catch yourself squelching a random “crazy” thought, just turn it right around and ask “yes, but IS it nuts??” And then give yourself the freedom to explore!

How to Fire Up Your Team, But Not Burn Them Out!

by Bill Mansell on April 15, 2009 | Articles
How to Fire Up Your Team, But Not Burn Them Out!

A shaky economic climate not only affects consumer confidence, it can also negatively impact employee morale and productivity. Negative economic news, layoffs, internal cutbacks – all whittle away at your team’s confidence and erode their productivity. And, when times are tough, you simply can’t afford to have declining productivity. Motivating employees takes time and effort, but it can also yield increased productivity and a more pleasant work environment. Here are 7 quick-tips to help you fire up your team but not burn them out.

12 Tips to Getting a Job in any Market

by Grant Cardone on April 14, 2009 | Articles
12 Tips to Getting a Job in any Market

With almost 16 million people out of work, more and more people are finding themselves having to figure out how to land a job in a market where more jobs are being lost each day. Finding a job in this environment is the toughest it has been in 50-years, so you better have your best game on to do so. While many will tell you that “no one is hiring”, apply the tips in this article exactly as they are written and I assure you that you will not just get a job, but get the job you want!

Coming Home

by Amy Dougherty on April 13, 2009 | Articles
Coming Home

Examine each of the beliefs that you espouse on a regular basis. Ask yourself if it is your true belief or if you are simply nodding without thought. Eventually you will discover beauty of being at peace with your beliefs.

Tips for Creating Wealth

by Grant Cardone on April 6, 2009 | Articles
Tips for Creating Wealth

You will probably not win the lottery, create the next Google or be entitled to a significant inheritance. Most of us can not just go out into the marketplace and double our income overnight or find a million dollars. Whether a person builds substantial wealth in their lifetime is left up to the decisions they make and the actions they take. Anyone can achieve their financial goals if they have a plan, use discipline in executing that plan and take actions in accordance with a financial destination.

Sales-Driven, not Market-Driven

by Grant Cardone on April 6, 2009 | Articles
Sales-Driven, not Market-Driven

Cutting price is never a long time survival for any company, it’s just a lazy way to do business. First, it doesn’t make up for loss volumes, and secondly, it can actually unnecessarily depreciate the value of your product. Even cost cutting can’t keep up with cutting price and volumes, the math just doesn’t work!

The Power of Publicity

by Steve Davis on March 25, 2009 | Articles
The Power of Publicity

Like it or not, the new media of Social Networking is an undeniable force in the world today. What are you going to do to get in the flow? Every business owner or CEO should stop shrugging their shoulders and changing the subject when it comes to the power of social networking to create publicity.

Two Stumps

by Amy Dougherty on March 18, 2009 | Articles
Two Stumps

The stumps were dead. Chopped down long ago, burned to the ground. They are dead, right?…

Success Despite Economy!

by Grant Cardone on March 17, 2009 | Articles
Success Despite Economy!

There are great advantages to periods of economic contraction and once you know the secrets of exploiting those, you will expand and conquer while others shrink and submit. Many of the economists, pundits, and media talking-heads are predicting doom and gloom, end of the world scenarios, with their 24 hours a day-round-the-clock ranting and raving only focused on the problem and who is to blame, without offering much in the way of any solution as to what you can to survive and prosper.

Communication Tools

by Bill Mansell on March 5, 2009 | Articles
Communication Tools

In spite of the recent boom in communication technology, our interpersonal communication skills seem a little lacking. Experts tell us that only 15% of communication is the words that we use. 85% of the meaning, therefore, comes from our tone, manner, posture, eye movement, gestures and inflection. Here are some tips…

Never Handle a Contraction with Contraction

by Grant Cardone on March 5, 2009 | Articles
Never Handle a Contraction with Contraction

Americans are being made to believe that their financial survival is based solely on what they can save by the so-called financial experts. This is ridiculously incorrect and limited advice and will only cause you more damage. Your financial condition cannot improve by retreating and can only be improved by advancing your production lines.

Integrity, Who… ME?

by Amy Dougherty on March 5, 2009 | Articles
Integrity, Who... ME?

Integrity is a buzz word in lots of business communities at the moment. Where does integrity begin and end? The boundaries are larger than you think!

If You Want to Succeed, Get Into Action

by Jose Silva on March 4, 2009 | Articles
If You Want to Succeed, Get Into Action

Success is not for the timid. It is for those who seek guidance, make decisions, and take decisive action. To achieve success you must take appropriate action, for wishing does not make it so. Proper programming, coupled with appropriate action, makes things happen.

Do Something Spectacular!

by Grant Cardone on March 4, 2009 | Articles

His teachers said he was “too stupid to learn anything.” and was fired from his first two jobs for being “non-productive.” Thomas Edison’s 1000 inventions came during the Panic of 1873 — 6 years — and the Long Depression — 23 years.

Pay Attention to the Small Things

by Jose Silva on March 4, 2009 | Articles
Pay Attention to the Small Things

All of us focus on the bigger things — and well we should. But oftentimes, the small details do not get the attention they deserve. After all, bit things are nothing more than the accumulation of small things. It stands to reason, therefore, that small details make big things happen.

The Power of Appreciation

by Bill Mansell on March 1, 2009 | One Minute Motivators
The Power of Appreciation

“Thank you.”
“Great job!”
“Where did you learn to do that so well?”
“You’re #1 this week.”
“I really appreciate the extra effort you put into that.”
“High fives!!”

The Heart of a Champion

by Zig Ziglar on February 25, 2009 | Articles
The Heart of a Champion

What makes someone excel in their profession? It can’t always be measured in conventional ways. Sometimes it is our desire that makes us great.

Be a Little Early

by Bill Mansell on February 20, 2009 | One Minute Motivators
Be a Little Early

We can learn an important lesson from boat racers. A professional racer came to a local boat club race. He practiced running at top speed from the starting point along the course.

Priorities: Your Life Compass

by Bill Mansell on February 18, 2009 | Articles
Priorities: Your Life Compass

Use priorities to develop your own life compass that will become a scale by which you can measure everything you do. Beyond time management, this program will help you achieve more while giving you more peace of mind.

Selling: Differentiate Yourself!

by Grant Cardone on February 16, 2009 | Articles
Selling: Differentiate Yourself!

Learn to Sell Value by Differentiating! The reality is your prospect sees your product to be very similar, if not identical, to others offered and then places much of his/her decision on the price rather than the value. The salesperson, unable to differentiate between price and value, will not successfully handle the difference between the two.

Love is a Decision, Not a Feeling

by Grant Cardone on February 14, 2009 | Articles
Love is a Decision, Not a Feeling

Love is not a feeling, love is a decision you make and continue to make in order to create an experience that is described as love. Love is an action that if you don’t use it you lose it. Love is like any communication, if you never send it out, you won’t get a return. Love is something you give to others not something you feel because something happens to you.

Feed Me!

by Bill Mansell on February 10, 2009 | Articles
Feed Me!

How ironic that in this age of unprecedented information about diet and nutrition, our popular diet is worse than ever! We are a society that is constantly eating, yet slowly starving to death. Our bodies, after all, are complex machines that cannot run efficiently without the right fuel. They crave nutrition. Too often we “fill up” our bodies without really “feeding” them. Many have excuses for not eating as they should. Here are the top 4 myths about healthy eating:

Some Thoughts on Weight Management

by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman on February 9, 2009 | Articles
Some Thoughts on Weight Management

I’m going to provide a point of view that may allow some individuals to view their weight loss experience through a different lens. I’ll do this in two parts. The first part focuses on problem eating, the second on the critical differences between losing weight and managing that weight loss. Weight loss and weight loss management are two totally different psychological states even though, ironically, the behaviors needed to succeed at both are identical. And the difference between the two is where the action is.

Visualization and Imagination

by Jose Silva on February 1, 2009 | Articles
Visualization and Imagination

A lecture on visualization and imagination using both left brain and right brain techniques. Jose Silva is recognized as the leading researcher in the world in the field of the mind and human potential.

Your Future is Determined by Your Actions Today!

by Grant Cardone on January 14, 2009 | Articles
Your Future is Determined by Your Actions Today!

So many people spend time regretting yesterday, stewing over it, planning their life around it when it’s over, gone, finished! Yesterday in no way can impact tomorrow. “Yesterdays” only ruin your ability to create a tomorrow.

Warren Buffett is a Super Salesman

by Grant Cardone on January 13, 2009 | Articles
Warren Buffett is a Super Salesman

Warren Buffett knows that without selling products and services his companies become without value. Whether its American Express, Coca Cola, Wells Fargo, See’s Candy, Wal-Mart or GE, he takes the time to shamelessly tout each one of them. Why does a Billionaire continue to promote, market and sell the value of the companies he has major stakes in? Because even the richest man in the world knows that the financial solvency of a company or household is dependent upon selling the products, services and value of that company.

Sell To Survive

by Grant Cardone on January 9, 2009 | Articles
Sell To Survive

Nothing will get you through these economic unusual times more than getting back to effectively selling your products, your services and your company. It is more critical during this time more than ever before that you learn everything there is about selling, negotiating and closing. Those that are able to effectively sell will survive and […]

How to Turn Social Networking into Sales

by Grant Cardone on January 6, 2009 | Articles
How to Turn Social Networking into Sales

Social networking tools like Face Book, Linked In and Twitter are not just social networking tools but should be used as ways to create relationships and create real sales. This is a whole new world that is exploding with sales opportunities and not just a way to find old college buddies. Social networking is for more than just making connections but for making sales!

Meet the New YOU

by Bill Mansell on January 4, 2009 | Articles
Meet the New YOU

If you woke up on January first this year, and realized, to your dismay, that you have taken the “old you” into the new year. I have good news: the “new you” is just around the corner, waiting to meet you.

Constant Amid Change

by Bill Mansell on December 1, 2008 | Articles
Constant Amid Change

It seems that change is all around us. Business approaches, technology, social trends, fashions — all change regularly. These changes are occurring at an ever increasing rate. Many of them are positive advancements: needed to compete in a global economy. But, change is not always progress. There are some things that should remain constant.

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