My article on closing featured in The Networking Times
Perspective in building residual income. 1, 3, 5 and 7 year expectations. The balance between dreaming big and managing expectations can be very tricky!
Many of us focus so much on the approach, but for whatever reason we don’t follow up–or don’t follow up as well as we should. On the other side of the coin, some may follow up way too much to the point of being overbearing. Finding a balance in the “follow up” is very tricky […]
Why are some people more successful than others? Why do some people make more money and have bigger organizations in Direct Selling? Why are some better recruiters while others are better at selling? We are always looking for some SECRET, a way to have quicker success. I don’t know if there are any secrets in […]
Recruiting really is an art. There really isn’t anything that is so profound you wouldn’t think that it’s common sense. The hardest part is putting it all together. The details, communication, psychology and flow of recruiting make all the difference. First you need to assess how much time you have to meet. Some meetings you […]
Gen Y, Millennials or even Gen C (connected) are the same group called by different names. They were born in the 1980s and ’90s—roughly those now between the ages of 18 and 34 (though experts disagree on the precise time frame). I was born in 1980 so depending on the exact dates I am the […]
Studies show that over 70% of Americans hate their jobs. The majority of Americans say that they want their own business. Every study I have ever seen on millionaires shows that over 70% own their own business. The world has changed financially speaking. More than ever people don’t feel like they have job security. I […]
Overtraining is Overrated! I come from a coaching background where every little detail matters. Anything poorly communicated can lead to one bad habit which can lead to an array of bad habits. When I first started teaching tennis I thought I was brilliant at it. I would give such detail and knowledge to my student that I thought […]