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Fake Sign Language Interpreter at Mandela’s Funeral Proves It Is Probably a Good Idea To Be an Expert In Your Chosen Field

December 13, 2013 in MAGAZINE, Mindset

    There is a good reason to be an expert in your field. People will look up to you, trust you, ask your opinion, and you will make good money. Now with the said, you will have to actually get them results. If you are a trainer at the gym you better be in shape so that when you get a client you can get them the same results. I mean think about it, would you want to work out with an out of shape trainer?  The same thing applies to your network marketing business. If someone gets started in your business you should be able to show them what it takes to hit the monthly goals they set for themselves. If a single mother joins your network marketing business and needs to earn an extra $1000 month. Can you help her get that result? If the answer is yes…good job! If the answer is no, then you need to get to work buddy.
    A lot of buzz is going on around the internet about the sign language interpreter did horrible job at Mandela’s funeral. Malcom Gladwell states that it take 10,000 hours to become an expert in any given field. OBVIOUSLY, this is a guy who did not put in the time and now is being exposed. In short, put in the time it takes you be an expert in your chosen field. It will pay off. Beside you can’t fake results. Check out the video here:

     

     

      Local CEO Creates Consulting Opportunities For You: EXPERTCONNECT

      October 22, 2013 in MAGAZINE, NBTV

        In our “Interview with Entrepreneurs Series” we had the opportunity to interview a good friend and fellow entrepreneur Eric Broyles.  Eric is the current CEO of ExpertConnect and the founder of Megree.

        You don’t want to miss what we talked about.  Check it out here.

          How to make it in networkmarketing podcast: creating a super list for prospecting

          October 12, 2013 in MAGAZINE

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            No matter what network marketing company you are a part of, making a list will be one of the first things you have to do in order to have success. Most people do this wrong and don’t really take the process serious. Find out one of the secrets of making a super list so that you and your team mates always get off to a rocket fast start.

            • Learn the secret to making a super list
            • Why only making a list of 100 names will DOUBLE the amount of time it takes you to be come successful
            • Eric talk about his super list making trick
            • Learn how to leverage other people influence and credibililty to get to 1000 names

             

              How to make it in networkmarketing: value creation

              October 6, 2013 in MAGAZINE

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                Before you are going to talk to someone about your prodcut or service you need to understand what is important to them. You will need make sure what you are offering them is valuable. While selling ice to an eskimo is an awesome skill set to have, what if we gave people what they wanted? Wouldn’t that be an easier process for everone getting what they want? In this podcast we teach you how to create value. Check it out!

                • Learn the secrets of creating value
                • Learn what not to do when pitching someone your opportunity
                • Learn HOW to create value
                • Learn these simple questions to ask your prospect

                 

                 

                  The Difference Between Abundance & Scarcity (Long Spoon Story)

                  August 28, 2013 in MAGAZINE, NBTV

                  What Bob Marley and designing a life have in common

                  August 13, 2013 in MAGAZINE

                    I know you have started to hear the buzz. I’m going to answer your question once and for all…it is true. We are coming out with a new program called “How To Design Your Life.” We originally wanted to release this program in August, but had to push it back to September time frame. They say good things come to those who wait, but we won’t make you wait much longer for this good thing. :-) Anyway, today we will be discussing Bob Marley and how what he accomplished in his life relates to the “How To Design A Life” program. Check it out by playing the video here:


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                      CRM Systems: The best way to keep track of your prospects and customers

                      August 8, 2013 in MAGAZINE

                        Most people don’t take network marketing ventures or most of the ventures they get involved in as seriously as they should.  They don’t have ANY systems set up to help them succeed. Most are just hoping to win the lottery. They hope they will find a couple of smart ambitious people to do the work for them or stumble across large deals; this is not a good idea. When you finally start taking network marketing seriously you will realize you need to keep track of prospects and customers alike. When last did they buy from you? When is the last time you contacted them? Do you have an event coming up that you can invite them to? If you don’t know any of these answers don’t worry. I’ll tell you what to use. The best way to keep track of all your prospect and customer data is a CRM(customer relationship management) system. Here are three that we recommend. We use Infusionsoft because it integrates with our websites and has some really cool features.

                        1. Infusionsoft

                        2. Icontact

                        3. Aweber

                        Check out these three systems and start demoing them. The goal is to figure out which one works best for you. This will allow you to send valuable content to them and building trust, which leads to them buying in to whatever your widget or opportunity is that will solve their problem.

                          20 things the rich do every day

                          July 24, 2013 in MAGAZINE

                            While I don’t agree with everything Dave Ramsey talk about I give props where props is due. The guys is smart. He will teach you how to not spend money and eventually save some money. This is a pretty solid list he put together from Tom Corley’s website RichHabits.net. Check them out!

                            1. 70% of wealthy eat less than 300 junk food calories per day. 97% of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day. 23% of wealthy gamble. 52% of poor people gamble.

                            2. 80% of wealthy are focused on accomplishing some single goal. Only 12% of the poor do this.

                            3. 76% of wealthy exercise aerobically 4 days a week. 23% of poor do this.

                            4. 63% of wealthy listen to audio books during commute to work vs. 5% for poor people.

                            5. 81% of wealthy maintain a to-do list vs. 19% for poor.

                            6. 63% of wealthy parents make their children read 2 or more non-fiction books a month vs. 3% for poor.

                            7. 70% of wealthy parents make their children volunteer 10 hours or more a month vs. 3% for poor.

                            8. 80% of wealthy make hbd calls vs. 11% of poor

                            9. 67% of wealthy write down their goals vs. 17% for poor

                            10. 88% of wealthy read 30 minutes or more each day for education or career reasons vs 2% for poor.

                            11. 6% of wealthy say what’s on their mind vs. 69% for poor.

                            12. 79% of wealthy network 5 hours or more each month vs. 16% for poor.

                            13. 67% of wealthy watch 1 hour or less of TV. every day vs. 23% for poor

                            14. 6% of wealthy watch reality TV vs. 78% for poor.

                            15. 44% of wealthy wake up 3 hours before work starts vs.3% for poor.

                            16. 74% of wealthy teach good daily success habits to their children vs. 1% for poor.

                            17. 84% of wealthy believe good habits create opportunity luck vs. 4% for poor.

                            18. 76% of wealthy believe bad habits create detrimental luck vs. 9% for poor.

                            19. 86% of wealthy believe in life-long educational self-improvement vs. 5% for poor.

                            20. 86% of wealthy love to read vs. 26% for poor.

                              Dear Lord, please send me the ideal prospect so I can get rich overnight

                              July 18, 2013 in MAGAZINE

                                What’s going on people? This one goes out to all my marketers and anyone trying to grow a business. Let’s talk about prospects and customers today. We all know that revenue and profits of any business come from customers. Duh. A long-term profitable business comes from repeat customers who you have built strong relationships with. The most successful network marketers build large teams of distributors that acquire lots and lots of customers.  You get all that. Now let’s rewind for just a second. Before you have a customer, you have a prospect.  No matter who you are (unless of course you are Batman) and how good you are, a lot of your prospects won’t join your network marketing business or become your customer. There are laws, theories, and statistics that prove this so I won’t dive in to that conversation today. For the sake of keeping this article simple and short, just know that typically only 10% of the prospects that you will talk to become representatives or customers. You get that logically, but the emotional side of you…the lizard brain part of you doesn’t want to believe this. You think there is a way to find a perfect prospects. YOU think there is a secret land of “yes”, where all prospects say, “yes” all the time as soon as you meet them.  YOU think there are so many perfect prospects out there that you get filthy, stinkin rich over night…all you have to do is find them.  Sorry to burst your bubble. This is not so my friend…. at least not today. Maybe in the year 2099 when we all turn in to robots. Yes, when we talk, walk, and think the same then maybe prospects will always say yes, but not until then keep dreaming. No amount of chanting around a hot fire and singing kumbaya will make it so. If you are getting depressed reading this, don’t because there is hope! I have the solution to your problem!

                                You see, the problem is you are dealing with people and people are hard to predict. Most of them don’t know what they want so how in the hell are they going to be able to tell you?  I’m going to answer this one for you…they are not. Selling ANYTHING is a process, not an event. Putting the proper process in place will help you find people who REALLY want what you are offering, but this will happen over time. When starting a business the goal should be to meet with as many prospects as possible and get them in your marketing and follow up funnel. If they buy something from you on the first interaction great, but this isn’t usually how it happens. It usually takes seven to eight touches. The marketing funnel helps you get close to a perfect a prospect as possible because you are able to stay in constant communication with them. Let’s describe the ideal prospect The ideal prospect is someone who understands what you offer, trust you, and thinks you are capable of solving his or her problem.  While there is no perfect prospect, with the right marketing funnel, you can get really close to talking with more of the ideal prospects for your business. I even have an example for you…

                                Dan Kennedy has a solid marketing funnel. Check out Dan Kennedy’s funnel by clicking on the link below, going to his site, and getting the free gift on the right hand side. Finally, I’ll leave you with these questions. How are you enticing your potential prospects to meet with you? What are you offering your potential prospects to meet with you? Are you willing to put the time and effort it takes in to creating a marketing funnel that gets you closer to your ideal prospect? If the answer is yes, get moving!

                                Click here to see how a great marketing funnel works!

                                  These are a few of my favorite things: my favorite marketing blogs

                                  July 12, 2013 in MAGAZINE

                                    People always ask me what do ya read ks? I hate to be guy who always answers a question with a question so I’ll take the liberty of breaking the question down in to a couple of categories. This nerd gets his knowledge from multiple sources. One of those sources is blogs. So let’s start there and then we can move in to some of the other sources I get information from like physical books, manifestos, white papers, books on kindle, articles, etc. I’m going to try and break down what I read weekly so you can use it as a framework to figure out what will work for you.

                                    If you are an architect you will probably read more blogs based on architecture. If you are a paleo diet fanatic you will probably read and subscribe to blogs about the paleo diet. The stuff I like to read or listen typically involves content on business, marketing, innovation, and life style design. I will be sharing a lot of my secrets “internet” places over the next couple of post, but let’s start with my favorite marketing blogs which are in no particular order.

                                    1. Seth Godin’s blog – I mean this guy is a marketing maven. He writes often and has a lot of insightful points. One thing you should note is the   consistency of writing. You are almost always going to find new content here daily.

                                    2. Joe Polish and Dean Jackson’s I love marketing blog – They lay out marketing strategies that you can use every week. Joe is also a master networker and someone you should aspire to meet.

                                    3. Dan Kennedy’s blog – Dan Kennedy is a marketing genius and most of the online marketing leaders have learned from him.

                                    4. Marie Forleo’s blog – Marie built a multi million dollar company that is just amazing. She has tons and tons of loyal followers. If you want to learn how to build a tribe follow Marie.

                                    5. Dani Johnson’s blog – Dani has made millions in the network marketing industry and has strategies you can implement that will teach you how to do the same.

                                    6. Andy Jenkins’s blog – If there is a funnier marketer I have not meet him(or her) yet. Andy also teaches solid content around how to effectively use online video to market.

                                    7. Tim Ferris’s 4 Hour Work Week blog – Tim is a smart business man. His basic premise is that you don’t have to wait until you are 60 and retired to start living. You can start taking little mini vacation; you just need a plan. He shares a lot of good insight on marketing and accomplishes seemingly impossible task quite regularly. I met him once and he is also an awesome dude.

                                    8. Keril and Eric’s New Billionaires blog – I know these guys and their stuff is awesome. Check it out.

                                    9. John Carlton’s The Rant blog – John gives free & damn good insight, advice, cross-talk & mutterings from the most respected & ripped-off marketing guru alive. I got that from his page.

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