Weight Training for Entrepreneurs

2015-07-23 weight

By George Vlismas We all pretty much understand the importance of exercise in our lives – and even continuing it right through in our later years as we get older. People in their late forties or fifties (or even older) would more often than not know that they need to participate in regular aerobic exercise […]

Kissing Frogs Gets You Closer to Washington

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By MaryEllen Tribby Of all the important elements you need to run a business, what do you think is the most important? Good marketing is critical. Top-notch sales copy is key. High-quality products and/or services – definitely important. Good ideas – essential. But you can get all of these things – and more – if […]

Change Your Habits, Build Your Business

by Noah St. John We’ve often heard that your conscious mind makes up less than 10% of your total brain function and that the subconscious or unintentional aspect of your mind represents more than 90% of your total brain function. Your subconscious is a vast collection of unintentional, habitual thoughts, behaviors, and actions. Therefore, the […]

Direct Response Marketing: Only 12 Times Stronger

By MaryEllen Tribby Last week I received this email from a long time friend and colleague that read: “Hey MaryEllen…   Long time, no talk … hope you’re well!   Thought you might like to know Verne Harnish (who is a big name consulting with growth companies) mentioned your book at the 17 minute 58 […]

Subject Lines: The More Thoughtful, The More Opens

By MaryEllen Tribby In the last couple of weeks not only did I not read hundreds and hundreds of emails that were sent to my inbox, I actually took the time to opt out from the sender. Why? The subject line! That’s right the subject lines were so bad, insulting or vague that I simply […]

Creating Content? 3 Reasons to Start Selling Your Digital Content

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By Bob Jenkins It’s time to start selling what you know, instead of only selling what you do. If your company’s only source of revenue comes from selling real-time services offered to your clients, you’re missing out on several profit streams and actually under-serving your customer base and the marketplace. Today, I’d love to share […]

Arbitrary Numbers Destroy Businesses – Understanding the Real Difference Between Red and Black

By MaryEllen Tribby While sitting at lunch the other day my friend and former colleague said that he wanted to build a 20 million dollar business. When I inquired why, his response was because he thought it would be cool. This kind of thinking is not only narcissistic and irresponsible, it is dangerous as well. […]

9 Ways to Get Past the Gatekeeper and Make Profitable Joint Venture Deals

2015-06-10 Marc Goldman

By Marc Goldman If you’ve targeted a certain business to propose a joint venture to, you’re often faced with the problem of getting through to the key decision maker. And most business owners who have reached a certain level employ a person to shield them from general inquires which are not worthy of their time. […]

Three Critical Business Lies – Don’t Be Duped

By MaryEllen Tribby “I was so inspired by your presentation! Now I finally understand what I need to do to start my own business,” Cynthia said. This was just one of many comments I heard after delivering my presentation at the Glazer/Kennedy Info Summit a while back. My presentation was called “Perception vs. Reality: Year […]

LinkedIn for More Loot – Avoid These 10 Most Common Mistakes


By Julie Hood With over 330 million members, every business owner can find a prospect or two on LinkedIn. In fact, LinkedIn has been making it easier and easier to get your message out to prospects. But making the following 10 mistakes will ruin your efforts and spoil your interactions. Use the action steps below […]