Attending live events is crucial if you want greater success in your business. Thanks to a broad range of low-cost technology solutions there are many ways to conduct business online: You can have meetings, share tools, give demonstrations, provide training and so much more without leaving your office.
But there is no substitute for live, in-person conferences. Here are a few things you’ll want to be sure you are doing to get the most impact out of these very special events. Continue reading →
Networking goes hand in hand with running a successful business.
But many of us dread walking into a room and introducing ourselves to a bunch of strangers.
It’s easy to see why.
For those of us who are not natural extroverts, networking events can be painful. It’s hard to be in a crowded room with no one to talk to. It’s awkward and disconcerting to say the least. Continue reading →
Is Saturation Even Possible in the Home-Business Market?
In my years in MLM / Network Marketing / Affiliate Marketing, I have heard this over and over again. People think they can’t sponsor others because their area is saturated.
That is something that makes me laugh. This is virtually impossible. It is physically impossible to saturate an area. It will never happen. There will always be people to market to.
I used to have a very large team in the town of Fillmore, CA., Population 15,000. When I sponsored new Representatives in that town many were worried because so many people were already Representatives there. Yet, the top 10 Representatives in my entire team were in that little town, and they never seemed to step on each other. Continue reading →
What qualifies as Financial Freedom? Is it having enough to pay the bills each month? Is it having a six-month buffer in your savings account like recommended by many financial consultants? Maybe it’s not having to worry about where your next paycheck is going to come from?
To me, Financial Freedom means having the money I need to do what I want when I want. That is going to be a different amount of money for each person. Everyone has their own idea of how they want to live their life, so only you can answer that for yourself. Continue reading →
Money is a Subject That is Sorely Lacking in our Education
Were you a good student in school? Did you get straight A’s or did you have to stay after school more times than you care to admit? While it’s true that we learn a lot in school as we’re growing up, our school education was sadly lacking in financial life skills.
Once we get out of school, we go out there and try to make some money and soon realize it’s the one subject we haven’t been taught anything about. Many people are happy to just to find a job that keeps the lights on, and as a result most Americans fall far short of realizing their true earning potential. Continue reading →
It used to be that many, many people immigrated to the U.S. – from England, Ireland, Germany, pretty much anywhere in the world. Many of them came with just the clothes on their backs, but they came to the “land of opportunity” and created their own opportunity. There were even people who swam out of Vietnam for that chance of a better life and opportunity offered by the U.S.
Then the Industrial age came to America, and everyone started working for big companies. That was great while it lasted, but is no longer an effective way to build wealth. It’s time to get back to finding our own opportunities. Continue reading →