Every year in the United States, approximately 8,000 families lose a child. That's nearly one child per hour, and this isn't due to war, disease, or famine. Mothers and fathers are losing their children to accidental injuries-most of which can be prevented.
What would it be like if you had greater control over and impact on your sales team’s performance? What new opportunities would you be able to capture? What problems would you solve? What degree of personal growth would you experience? What about your people? Sales management can be a lonely and unforgiving job, and the difference between being an excellent leader and being average (or worse) depends largely on the choices you make with your time.
Rhiannon Heins is emerging as one of Australia’s most sought-after channels and energy healers. With a strong and grounded connection to the galactic realms, Rhiannon has channeled The Keepers of the Light Codes, a powerful text to assist humanity during these times of great change.
Entrepreneurs are both blessed and cursed. On the one hand, they have more control of when, where, and what kind of work they do. On the other hand, most self-employed business people tend to end up working crazy hours. Fortunately, there are some simple ways for you to start to do less while accomplishing more.
We’ve all done it at some time or other. We put off our exercise routine until tomorrow; we continually delay finishing that project or starting that business. Procrastination is the mother of all demons and can literally stop you in your tracks from achieving all that you desire. Here are 4 effective processes you can use to slay this giant.
In the early seventies, a tiny three-year-old girl stood watching suitcases gliding by on the baggage carousel while hundreds of strangers bustled and jostled, all in a hurry. She’d just landed after a 22-hour flight from Cairo, through Changi and on to Sydney, with her two brothers and her mother.
It seems paradoxical – the more you give away, the more people are willing to pay for your services – but it’s true. This exact approach has worked quickly and effectively for me for years. The key is that it’s got to be good and of high relevance to your target audience. This builds people’s confidence that you consistently know your stuff and that you can be counted on for long-term value. People soon realize that if you’re willing to give away such valuable expertise, think how great the solutions they pay for will be!
It is no secret that “word of mouth” or referral business is one of the most effective ways to bring in new clients while simultaneously strengthening relationships with your existing customer base. But even though it is extremely powerful and virtually free (or at most costs very little), very few business owners or coaches use it anywhere near it’s potential!
Today's guest started work in 1981 as a bank officer, he founded his current business Evolve Your Business in 1990. That's almost 32 years ago. He started podcasting in 2014 currently runs two podcast, as Business in the Hills and Evolvepreneur. He is currently marketing and business strategist at Evolve Your Business, founder at ExpertsNetwork.tv, CEO of Evolve Global Publishing, CEO and founder at Best Seller Secret and seven times number one, Amazon International, Wall Street Journal and USA Today best selling author. He's a busy man, today's guest.
What do you really want from your book? This sounds like a simple question, but more often than not, many authors actually don't have an endgame in mind for their book. It might have started as a great idea. Their ego may have led them to write it. Then, when it's published, they realised that there was never an actual strategy around the book. We talk about creating a book marketing plan in a later chapter, but in reality, you should draw up your marketing plan before you write a single word! This is what that means: when writing your book, think about that one perfect prospect; your best client. Write your book as if you are talking to that one ideal client. Trying to appeal to the masses might be viable for a fiction book, but for a non-fiction book, you want engaged readers that feel the book is written just for them. It's a great idea to write down what your perfect reader looks like in terms of demographics, as well as what their personality is and what they want.