The Three Focuses Of Working Network Marketing by Doug Firebaugh

There are three focuses you can have on working this great business, and each one will bring you success, but only one will truly create momentum. And in this Nugget, I want to share with you the way to ignite a fire of success in your business and drive it to the heights of any success you seek!!!!
The First Focus is:

1) “RETAILERS”

This will create a steady paycheck for you, and will move a lot of product. Retailing can be a slower way to work this business, but many people are happy with an extra 1000.00 a month, and want no more.

Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone By Brian Tracy

Any change, or even an attempt to change anything you are doing, makes you uncomfortable. By attempting to change, you move out of your comfort zone. You feel increasingly uneasy. You experience stress and tension. If the change is too extreme, your physical and mental health can be affected. You will experience sleeplessness, indigestion, or fatigue. You may react with impatience, irritability or anger. You will often feel as if you are on an emotional roller-coaster.

RAISE YOUR INTERNAL STANDARDS

Success Is Not An Accident By Brian Tracy

Success is not a miracle. Nor is it a matter of luck. Everything happens for a reason, good or bad, positive or negative. When you are absolutely clear about what you want, you only need to copy others who have achieved it before you, and you will eventually get the same results that they have.

This is referred to in the Bible as the Law of Sowing and Reaping which says that, “Whatsoever a man soweth, that also shall he reap.”

Sir Isaac Newton called it the third principle of motion. He said, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

Attitude Versus Aptitude by Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy - Author and Speaker on success topicsUse the 80/20 Rule – The 80/20 rule is as applicable to individual salespeople as it is to a large sales force. Fully eighty percent of your success as a salesperson will be determined by your attitude and only twenty percent by your aptitude. Some people feel that attitude is ninety percent of success in all human endeavors involving other people, but we can quite comfortably use eighty percent as a figure for the purposes of this article.

Making Sales In Tough Times By Tom Hopkins

Tom HopkinsThe best way to sum up a strategy for succeeding in uncertain economic times is a very old saying, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” When business as a whole slows down, it’s nothing more than a slump.

Many business people say there’s little they can do to change the market and they just have to ride it out. If that’s the way you think, let me ask you this: Where would we be if we all thought that way about our planet? Simple awareness and creation are the desire of millions of people to see improvement in the way we care for our planet.

The 11th Element: Why the First Ten Elements Don’t Work Without It By Robert Scheinfeld

Why do we need another element for business success? Dozens of books have been written outlining the ten traditional elements, those very real but sometimes difficult to verbalize components the experts say are part of any successful venture. While these have nothing to do with capitalization, expenditures, cost of goods, sales, marketing or team-building, they certainly can be important.

The ten elements I’m talking about are desire, belief, the law of attraction, goal setting, modeling, creating  clear and detailed plans, taking massive action now, persistence, visualization, and affirmations. But they’re all missing the one ingredient that’s absolutely essential for the creation of business success and wealth-the 11th Element that, when managed correctly, virtually guarantees success.

How To Rate Your Clients And Win By Nido Qubein

It’s hard to build the right kind of business with the wrong clientele.

Maybe you’re like many salespeople I know who are unhappy with their present client base, but who don’t know how to change the situation. They’d like to upgrade, but they’re not sure what upgrading means for them. They’d like clients who are more profitable to serve, but they’re not sure what kind of clients that would be. They want to attract steadier clients but they don’t know how to go about it.

5 Rules for Being a Great Leader – Here’s the Short List

A very smart man recently told me that being a leader is not about the position or role, but about the action and goal. Great ones set out to make a difference, to inspire greatness in others, and to eventually create more leaders. They show rather than tell. They give credit and take responsibility.

These are the 5 things that great leaders do differently.

1. Let Go of Control

Believe it or not, great leaders understand that not everything is in their power. They also know and accept that their knowledge is limited. Even when it comes to tough decisions, the best ones realize that delegating responsibility and empowering others to learn is the smartest trick in the CEO book.

How Entrepreneurs Can Expand Their Reach With Their Own Book

As the founder of a publishing company focused specifically on serving high achievers, I see the same problem over and over.

When a top performer decides they want to write a book (or do anything else, for that matter), their goal is to be the best. They end up focusing on selling as many books as they can, and that leads them off track.

But the smartest leaders we work with have a different goal: use the book to get attention.

The Myth of the 40-Hour Work Week By Steve Diggs

Steve Diggs - Speaker and authorIn the 1930’s the United States government told us a lie. They told us that if we were working 40 hours per week…we were fully employed. Wow. That may have been the first time in 5000 years of recorded human history that anyone had ever heard that! Historically, a typical workweek included 12-hour days, six days a week.

There are 168 hours in a week. As a guy who has worked plenty of 80- and 90-hour weeks, I can tell you there’s nothing that says you can’t work more than 40 of them. As a matter of fact, some of the most successful people I know are people who work half-time…12-hour days.