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Dissecting Myers Briggs: Discovering Jung September 15, 2015 – Posted in: Consciousness

It all started when someone said I reminded them of House (tv series guy).  Since then I haphazardly came across the Myers Briggs personality type test and the mastermind behind it all, Myers-Briggs. I think it is always good to know oneself in order to become “better”.   I recommend taking a few tests and learning about the different personalities to properly identify your true thought patterns and personality.  Taking the test doesn’t always give the…

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Bullies, Alphas, and Drama Queens May 15, 2015 – Posted in: time management

alphas, bullies, drama queen examples, drama queen quotes, drama queens, drama queens london, famous drama queens Dealing with Bullies When a bad situation doesn’t allow you to remove yourself from it, you’ve got no choice but to deal with these kinds of people. If you don’t deal with them effectively, you’ll likely become their next victim. For the purposes of this section, we’ll call this person the “target.” Bullies, Alphas, and Drama Queens The target…

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Client Rentention and Business Growth – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

  Step 1: Retain, don’t scare.  Client rentention and business growth Client retention strategies are important in every business.  The most powerful way to do this is to make a lasting impression. When you start building your business, you need to find ways to build around repeat customers. Your current customers are your hottest leads. Good business always has regular customers. Think about it. The biggest businesses like amazon, apple, microsoft, coca cola, the local…

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Socrates the Entrepreneur January 3, 2015 – Posted in: strategy

Socrates the Entrepreneur Socrates is greatly known for his Socratic method of questioning.  His technique is geared to pursue higher levels of thought through asking as many questions as possible in order to contrive the greatest number of quality answers.  For Socrates, there often wasn’t an ultimate “right” answer to a question but simply a “better one” if you will. Socratic questioning is especially helpful in assessing the quality of thinking of others.  In other…

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The Go Giver: Accepting payment for Value June 23, 2014 – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

accept payments online, accepted for value, list of payment methods, online small business, payment gateway I read the book The Go-Giver a few years ago and I really liked the message it had to offer. In fact, it’s probably one of the best books I have read on over-delivering and reaping the rewards of doing so. Although I think the book had some great points, I also have some serious issues with it. But before…

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Where to start when you’re broke: Money Problems May 23, 2014 – Posted in: Personal potential

The good news is it doesn’t matter how broke you are.  You’re never too broke to find a job. You just need to improve your situation, your skills, and your plan!  The sad reality is that many of us start off with almost nothing but we don’t need to finish that way.  Let’s explore our options on Where to start when you’re broke. 1) Spend less than you earn. There are two avenues to improving your…

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Knockout Strategy: Get customers to buy your product May 17, 2014 – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

Your reputation on the streets: Business Muscle In this article we are going to talk about how to attract customers to your business and how to get customers to buy. Having a great product is great but it ultimately means nothing if you don’t know how to get people to buy. Let’s pretend you are a prized mma fighter and you have a premier fight scheduled in 4 months for a $400,000 prize.  How are…

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Niche Marketing Strategy: Specialise May 10, 2014 – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

Becoming an expert for a specific niche is important because it allows you to assist clients to buy without looking needy to potential customers. For example, if you say you are a fitness expert, you might just appear like a pushy fitness meathead to the average person. But now image you are a fitness expert for post partum moms looking to lose weight after giving birth.   Just think how powerful all your marketing is to…

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How selling works and why selling is important May 3, 2014 – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

Once customers have entered your doors, the next step for you as a business is to effectively sell something. Whatever business you are in, you must sell.  This is because selling is of utmost importance to the success of your business. However, sales isn’t just convincing people that your product or service is fantastic.  Selling includes your image, your brand, and how well you serve your customers. Dispite the negative ideas people associate with selling,…

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How to sell more: ”Sell” Less! March 30, 2014 – Posted in: Sales and Marketing

Value client relationships This method flies in the face of many sales programs that tell you to get clients to buy $XXXX amount in the first meeting.  It is extremely unfortunate that many business hire professional con artists to lie and steal from customers. I know because I have seen programs geared to this objective.  They teach sales people to take as much money in the first meeting as possible and they even reward their…

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