Archive for May, 2018

It Takes Desire, Talent and Skill…

| May 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
It Takes Desire, Talent and Skill…

Three Big Clues…

So often we get caught up in doing what we have always done, we quite literally, cannot see the forest for the trees.

Today, I just want to take you back to the basics.

If there are things you want and have not yet attained… regardless of what it is… the reason is actually quite simple.

You lack the DESIRE. Sure, you might tell yourself you want to be financially free, have a second home on the ocean, a beautiful yacht, travel 4 months out of the year to exotic locations, or write that book you have always known is within you.

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More of What You Want…

| May 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
More of What You Want…

When we go into business for the first time, everything seems so easy.

Put out the sign, wait for customers, offer great products and services… retire rich!

If only!

Having built over 20 businesses and counting, I can attest to the fact that being in business has substantial rewards… but real risks and costs… personally and to your family.

Today I want to address a single word: MORE!

More money…

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Friendliness as Strategy

| May 21, 2018 | 0 Comments
Friendliness as Strategy

The Purpose of Business…

One of the greatest articles ever written on business success was drafted way back in 1960 by Theodore Levitt entitled, Marketing Myopia and makes the case for why businesses of every size either succeed or fail.

I was on my 4th or 5th business by the time I read this article in the Havard Business Review.

I immediately saw the connection between his thoughts and my business.

The big idea is that the reasons FAIL is that they don’t know what business they are in. They lose their focus and simply become irrelevant to the customer.

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Thinking In Front of a Tiger

| May 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Thinking In Front of a Tiger

Mental Toughness Begins Here…

“If you can THINK in front of a tiger, you will surely succeed.”

This has been one of my most favorite quotes!

Our new Time Prism trains you to THINK. It’s the constant mentor that causes you to pause for a few seconds… grab an Idea Seed… BREATHE… and take 10 seconds to just THINK.

Simple.

BUT it is hard to stop the world’s excessive NOISE and learn to THINK in front of…

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Breathing as a Success Strategy…

| May 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
Breathing as a  Success Strategy…

What Happens When You Use The Time Prism?

We all want to be more successful — it’s why we’re here — why we are constantly looking for tools that will help us achieve more and get ahead faster!

Almost from day one after launch, we started getting reports that our directions were working.

“WOW, no one reads the directions, but glad to know they work,” I thought.

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Afraid to proceed?

| May 14, 2018
Afraid to proceed?

Today’s TQ is all about managing FEAR… Afraid to proceed? Pin down exactly what scares you. The more precise you are, the clearer you can see your fear. Often the light of day will simply cause your fear to vanish. Isolate each fear. See it for what it is. Then take a specific action that […]

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Hopes vs. Strategy…

| May 11, 2018 | 0 Comments
Hopes vs. Strategy…

Dreams & Visions…

Every person who starts a business dreams of success.

Dreams of the day when they find freedom, peace of mind, and high cash flow.

We in business all HOPE things will work out, but realize there are many ups and downs with lots of potholes on the road to success.

Hope & Power…

At some point, we realize HOPE is not enough and that real POWER is needed.

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Why procrastinate? You are throwing away your future.

| May 7, 2018
Why procrastinate? You are throwing away your future.

Last week, we discussed how to become more Efficient and Effective by doing your 4 R’s more frequently:

Doing the Right Things… the Right Way… for the Right Reasons… all at the Right Time.

This week, we are going to tackle PROCRASTINATION—a word that causes most of us a tremendous amount of grief—and keeps us from consistently doing things at the Right Time… if at all.

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