Critic Rating A Summary: Steven Pressfield is a long time writer. Steven originally wrote this book for writers and artists like himself to help deal with the problems they run across. After finishing this work he realized this would work for anyone, not just writers and artists. The book deals with why we do not [...]

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Selling and Listening

by admin on February 27, 2011 · 0 comments

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If you read my last article relating to selling and sympathy then you know about my adventures with Joe. I was out again with Joe last week visiting another potential customer. This time Joe’s problem was about listening to what the potential customer was telling him. Mr. potential customer or as we say in sales [...]

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Selling and Sympathy

by admin on February 27, 2011 · 0 comments

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I am working with a company that’s in the business of selling. Last week I was riding with one of their sales people who used to be a paramedic. This guy we will call Joe for privacy. Joe used to be a fireman and paramedic but due to injuries he received saving someones life Joe [...]

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Personal Brand Can make you or hurt you.

by admin on February 10, 2011 · 0 comments

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Facebook, twitter, linkedin, and other social networking sites have opened the gates for personal branding. Back in the day before all of this social stuff, personal brand might not have been a big deal. There was a time when people could be one way around friends and family and almost a totally different person in [...]

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The Harley vs The Lawn Mower

by admin on February 4, 2011 · 0 comments

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I was outside today and I noticed my lawn mower sitting beside my daughters Harley, no it’s not a real motorcycle but one of those pink ones battery powered. Anyway I started thinking the Harley vs The lawn mower. The Harley (real one) is fun, fast, sleek, and gets noticed. The lawn mower is boring, [...]

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Most successful people I have studied all have credited part of their success to having a mentor. What is a mentor? In George Foreman’s book “Knockout Entrepreneur”, George talks about finding a mentor and what that person does and does not do. A mentor is like a coach, someone who you can go to and [...]

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I heard a commercial on the radio this morning from a local church. The pastor was talking about curing a disease he called gossip and how the cure would have a positive impact on everyone. This got me to thinking about gossip and what a productivity killer it is. Not only does it kill productivity [...]

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Critic Rating: D Summary: The book and film are based on “The Law of Attraction” which says you get what you think about. Good or bad you attract everything in your life based on thoughts. Likes: It’s a marketing genius piece of work! Anyone into product promotion should take notes of how this book was [...]

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Critic Rating A+ Summary: Andrew Carnegie one of America’s first Billionaires made his money in the steel industry. Carnegie decided that he wanted all men regardless of age, income, or background to have the opportunity he had as an immigrant to this country. Carnegie hired Napoleon Hill to interview successful men to determine what they [...]

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Critic Rating: A Summary: John Maxwell is a great teacher and everything I have ever read by him has been top quality. 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership is not different. If your in a supervisor, management, or leadership position of any kind this book should be on your shelf. If your a business owner or [...]

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