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

carl jung, carl jung quotes, carl jung theory, discovering jung, myers briggs It all started when someone said I reminded them of House (tv series guy).  Since then I haphazardly came across the fact that I am an INTJ.  Something about this personality is frighteningly enlightening as I see myself everywhere even in the weaknesses presented in this personality. Now I’m learning about Carl Jung the controversial mastermind behind the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator. I…

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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: Client Retention

  Step 1: Retain, don’t scare Lets examine how the first meeting with your client is also the most important for the long-term success of your business. If you provide services like personal training, chiropractic, or massage, you want to give your clients an incentive to come back again. You don’t necessarily need to present large purchase deals—just that next appointment, every time. Once trust is built, they won’t leave you. Client Rentention and Business…

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How to Retain Clients Forever May 14, 2015 – Posted in: Client Retention

Client retention strategies are important in every business.  The most powerful way to do this is to make a Lasting Impression Every Single Time. When you watch a movie or read a book, you don’t want to be left hanging, feeling like something was missing Clients. You don’t want to feel like the plot was incomplete or lacked meaning or that the story failed to unravel. Even if the movie is a sequel, you still…

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Socrates the Entrepreneur January 3, 2015 – Posted in: asking questions

entrepreneur, entrepreneur characteristics, entrepreneur examples, entrepreneur ideas, entrepreneur magazine, entrepreneur quotes, famous entrepreneurs, types of entrepreneurship Let’s get to the subject at hand. 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…

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Rules for running Startups by Mark Cuban August 31, 2014 – Posted in: Startup

how to launch a startup, mark Cuban, running startups, startup business, startup company, startup ideas Reading Mark Cuban’s interview advice for business startups on Entrepreneur.com Iv taken away a few of good tips that I think are useful.  Here is what I came away with rules for running Rules for running Startups by Mark Cuban 1:  Know your core competencies and focus on being great at them.  Pay up for people in your core competencies. Get…

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The Go Giver: Accepting payment for Value June 23, 2014 – Posted in: Personal Finance

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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Win big through Compounding Interest June 11, 2014 – Posted in: investing

Win big compound interest, compound interest accounts, compound interest examples, compounding interest, interest formula We have all heard about compounding interest right?  Win big Your money can grow upon itself year after year if left untouched in an interest gaining account. Now, this might not sound too sexy but think about this on a big scale.  Imagine millions of dollars doubling in value at ten percent interest. Win big But you need to have your…

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

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: Business, 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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