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Mindset
Imagine this. A cocktail party filled with your ideal prospects. You move from group to group enjoying conversation after conversation. Everyone wants to work with you. And they are a joy to talk to. You are sipping on your favorite cocktail or mocktail and feel energized. And I don’t know about you, but in my...
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This past weekend I was in an online class and the instructor shared this video, that is incredibly perfect for times like these. (It’s okay if you aren’t on the political side of the person featured.  That’s not the point.) 
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I knew I had stumbled onto something amazing. The first person I called when I found out was Kelly LeMay, our Chief Operations Officer, my work wife of 14+ years now.   I shared what I had just learned and told her we should bring all of our clients together and start a new service for...
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Sloooooow.  That is how I would describe my audience growth at the start. It basically worked like this… I would go to a networking event, get a business card, go back to my office and enter it into my Outlook account.  Then, I would try and connect with this new contact on social media. The...
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I’m sure you’ve heard of the Summer Fling, the Summer Internship, The Summer Road trip. And while this summer has been filled with love, and road trips (no fling, except maybe for the unhealthy love I have for Pumpkin Spiced Creamer), this summer was my Summer of Testing. We tested and up-leveled our emails, webinars,...
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After a friend gave me his “No B.S. Direct Response Marketing Book,” it didn’t take me long to become a super fan of its author, Dan Kennedy. I became a member of his coaching group, ordered his top courses and attended his events. His top lessons helped to influence my career and coaching. To honor...
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Each night, after the minions are finally sleeping, I head downstairs to make lunches and clean up the disheveled mess generated in that little volatile window of off the bus to bedtime. Being a morning person, I’ve had to anchor a pleasure trigger to this chore and time of day to ensure these tasks aren’t...
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When bamboo is first planted, it doesn’t seem to do much… until three years later, after the slow process of getting established and taking root pays off with a huge growth spurt. All those years beforehand, it was establishing the groundwork to prepare to take off. Similarly, we need to make incremental changes over time...
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Want to ensure your 2019 goals happen, without fail? Embrace these simple, yet life changing ideas, and reaching the finish line for whatever goal you set will become not only plausible, but inevitable. And they are… 1. You aren’t dumb if you don’t know something. News flash… no one comes out of the womb knowing...
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