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How is YOUR Economy?

by Bill Mansell on October 28, 2008 | Articles
How is YOUR Economy?

How is your personal economy doing? The national economy, as important as it is to our country’s well being, is not the deciding factor in determining your success. You are. And, just as consumer attitude plays a major roll in determining the state of our national economy, it’s your attitude about your opportunity and your expectation of the future that casts the deciding vote in determining if your personal economy is going to be good or

If You Can’t Fix It, Feature It!

by Joel Weldon on October 18, 2008 | Articles
If You Can't Fix It, Feature It!

When faced with pending tragedy or sudden difficulties that could demoralize the team, effective leaders can decide instead to celebrate! You can create events to foster joy, gratitude, humor or hope.

Product Review: How to Win Friends & Influence People

by Bill Mansell on September 30, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
Product Review: How to Win Friends & Influence People

Have you ever wondered why you are drawn to certain people and love to be around them, or why some people seem to attract confidence, success, and friendships with a variety of people?

The Power of Concentration

by Bill Mansell on August 25, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
The Power of Concentration

One of the great skills of successful people is their ability to concentrate.

Stop The Stress In Five Minutes Or Less

by Terri Stallcop on August 15, 2008 | Articles
Stop The Stress In Five Minutes Or Less

Did you know that in 5 minutes or less, stress can be stopped in it’s tracks? It’s almost instantaneous with this exercise. Terri Stallcop is a Christian author writing most of her work online.

Employees at Risk

by Grant Cardone on July 30, 2008 | Articles
Employees at Risk

There are only three types of employees in the workplace today, and with unemployment on the rise, two of these groups are at high risk of losing their jobs. If you don’t want to become one of the 27 million that are out of work, then you must get yourself into the third group.

Please Do Not Sit On The Fence

by Bill Mansell on July 22, 2008 | Articles
Please Do Not Sit On The Fence

Recently, I saw a sign while I was at an amusement park with my kids that made me think. It said simply, “please do not sit on the fence.” I thought, isn’t this the biggest problem we have in our business and personal lives? Wouldn’t it be great if we all took these instructions to heart? We are a society of fence sitters: we vacillate, we avoid commitment, we procrastinate, and we put off important decisions.

“SEEING” The Hidden Inner World of Talking

by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman on July 21, 2008 | Articles

Being aware of ongoing external sensory input is essential to survival. Yet, external information only constitutes half of our sensory world. The other half we create in our minds, and its importance cannot be overstated. Begin to notice how you create images in your mind as you talk with anyone under any circumstances. It’s like air, it’s always there but we’re oblivious to it.

Assuming the Sale

by Tim Mulcahy on July 14, 2008 | Articles
Assuming the Sale

In order to achieve an extremely high closing ratio in sales you must assume that the outcome of your presentations will be as you desire. Assuming the sale means that right from the beginning, and all the way through the process, you believe and remain committed to achieving the goal you set.

Building an Internal Map of Experience

by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman on July 12, 2008 | Articles
Building an Internal Map of Experience

Trying to sort out and label the contents of one’s consciousness can be extremely confusing. Equally difficult is trying to assess one’s mood. Am I depressed, angry, anxious, sad or a combination of these feelings? Do I feel good today, or just not bad? What events in my life currently are effecting my feelings, if any? These are questions that everyone asks himself or herself periodically.

The Freedom to Succeed

by Bill Mansell on July 4, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
The Freedom to Succeed

As we celebrate American independence and rejoice in the freedoms that we enjoy in many countries, we are reminded again that each of us as individuals is free to select our path, choose our own attitude, and to work until we succeed. I am reminded of the story about the Oyster and the Eagle.

Why You Don’t Close

by Grant Cardone on June 25, 2008 | Articles
Why You Don't Close

A lack of closing material will stop the close. It is one of the top ten reasons for not closing the deal. The close is where you hit pay dirt for the first time. While most sales people agree that the average customer has to be asked five times before they will finally close, the very same sales person only has four closes.

Being Who You Were Meant To Be

by Theresa Nixon on June 21, 2008 | Articles
Being Who You Were Meant To Be

Self-knowledge is the key to personal success.

Positive Communication in Relationships

by Bill Mansell on June 19, 2008 | Articles
Positive Communication in Relationships

Positive relationships can mean the difference between success or failure in our business, family and personal life. And, communication is the key to these relationships. The more effectively we communicate with others, the more satisfying and successful our relationships will be. Here are 10 steps that can help you right now.

Slow and Steady Wins

by Bill Mansell on June 19, 2008 | Articles
Slow and Steady Wins

Remember the old story of the tortoise and the hare? The hare had more speed and ability than the tortoise could ever hope to have. His body was built for swiftness. Many of us find ourselves in a similar situation as the tortoise. Competitors, customers, or co-workers might be smarter, faster, or endowed with natural talents that you don’t possess. You may have personal burdens that you have to carry. Yet, you can still come out on top with consistent, steady effort.

Finding Your Purpose In Life

by Theresa Nixon on June 18, 2008 | Articles
Finding Your Purpose In Life

Whether you strive to be the next Michelangelo, Bill Gates, or teacher of the year, you can achieve it if you believe it. All it takes is desire, vision, faith, action. And a whole lot of guts. Excerpt from the Introduction of “Finding Your Purpose In Life (Practical Advice From The Trenches)”

If You Can’t Stand The Heat…

by Keith Shaw on June 17, 2008 | Articles
If You Can’t Stand The Heat…

“If you can’t stand the heat, then find a way to get used to, and beat it!” Here’s my straightforward 5-step plan as to how to take control of your life and prepare your self to “beat the heat”.

Be a Team Player

by Bill Mansell on June 10, 2008 | One Minute Motivators

If you work in a group of two or more people, chances are you are considered by the management as a “team.” The question is: do you consider yourself a team member? Are you really acting as a team? Or, do you, at times, think of the other people in your company as competition? After […]

Your Quest for Success

by Bill Mansell on June 3, 2008 | Articles
Your Quest for Success

No one can give you success. No one can force you to achieve. No one can do the preparation, planning, and the work for you. If we are to achieve true excellence, we must take responsibility for our own success and do the work to make it happen. Here are four steps to help each of us in our quest for success: Plan, Prepare, Perform, Persist.

Take Control of Your Time

by Bill Mansell on May 30, 2008 | Articles
Take Control of Your Time

Ultimately, you have complete control of your life – how you will act, what you will think, and how you will spend your time. But we often let outside forces take over to set our objectives, limit our choices, and plan our day.

The Power of Enthusiasm

by Bill Mansell on May 29, 2008 | Articles
The Power of Enthusiasm

Do you have a project that is not progressing as rapidly as you would like? Are you sometimes frustrated when a really great idea only produces mediocre results? Just apply a little more enthusiasm! Soon it will become catchy and infect everyone around you.

The Winding River

by Joel Weldon on May 28, 2008 | Articles
The Winding River

The Winding River: A story about leadership and vision.

Using 3rd Parties to Build Credibility

by Tim Mulcahy on May 17, 2008 | Articles
Using 3rd Parties to Build Credibility

By integrating specific 3rd party content within your presentation you can create the same level of trust and credibility that you get with a referral. By properly using third party during canvassing, presenting, closing and handling objections will ensure you achieve a high closing ratio.

Remembering Your Successes Can Boost Self-Confidence

by Bill Mansell on May 14, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
Remembering Your Successes Can Boost Self-Confidence

Think of something amazing that you have done. Perhaps you built a successful business or created a work of art

Collaborative Negotiating – Your Future Business Depends On It

by Ryan Campbell on May 10, 2008 | Articles
Collaborative Negotiating – Your Future Business Depends On It

Making a profit is something that is very, very important for a business. If a business is not making a profit then it is forced to shut down because of a lack of income. This is why sales are so important in order for a business to stay afloat and make a profit. However, buying right is just as important as selling right, but most people never think about this side of the business.

Get Ready. Get Set.

by Bill Mansell on May 8, 2008 | Articles
Get Ready. Get Set.

We all have opportunities that come our way. The question is whether you and I will be prepared to take advantage of those opportunities when they arise, or whether we will say, “I wish I had prepared better.” Here are four areas of preparation you can begin now

One Habit That Can Double Your Effectiveness

by Bill Mansell on May 7, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
One Habit That Can Double Your Effectiveness

What would you need in order to double your effectiveness? More time? More education? Better planning of your day?

It’s Never Too Late to Harness the Power of Self-Improvement

by Bill Mansell on May 1, 2008 | One Minute Motivators
It's Never Too Late to Harness the Power of Self-Improvement

Self-improvement is any activity that stretches and engages your mind, improves your attitude, enhances your skills, or motivates you to action.

Renewal and New Beginnings

by Bill Mansell on April 7, 2008 | Articles
Renewal and New Beginnings

As the dead of winter gives way to the renewed life of spring, nature begins a new season of growth and prosperity. If you have experienced disappointments and heartache in your life, just remember that you too can begin again, the past is over and done with, you can make a fresh start and become a new creature — the one you were meant to be.

10 Mistakes in a Recession

by Grant Cardone on April 6, 2008 | Articles
10 Mistakes in a Recession

Recessions cause the economy to contract and make it more difficult for people to do business. What we are experiencing at this time cause people to respond in a similar manner, reacting to economic contraction with more contraction. While it may be a normal reaction to contract at this time it only guarantees that you will be smaller when this is all over.

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