Category Archives: motivation

Tennis With Richard Branson (Lessons Learned)

by on Apr 25 2015
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Last week I got a chance to play tennis with Richard Branson on Necker Island (his private island in the British Virgin Islands). Here’s some of my lessons learned – I shot this video right after our match ended.

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How to Be More focused And Productive

by on Apr 19 2015
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Here’s the one supertool I use to be more focused and productive…

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Publish or Perish

by on Apr 12 2015
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If you have a digital business, then you have a publishing business… and you need to keep publishing. Here’s the easiest way to do it…

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The Surprising Link Between Rejuvenation and Productivity

by on Apr 05 2015
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This surprising productivity “tip” is not about “to do” lists or setting priorities, but but it will make a huge difference for you – and you’ll like your life a lot more…

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The Vision For Starting a Business

by on Mar 15 2015
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Last week a viewer asked about what kind of vision I had for my business when I first started out – well the real answer was that I didn’t have that big of a vision, but I did have a whole lot of desperation.

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How and When to Fire Clients

by on Feb 28 2015
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Sometimes it’s time to part ways with a client… even when they’re not ready for it. That’s when you need to “fire” your client. This video is all about how and when to do it…

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Guardians at the Gate of Awesomeness

by on Feb 21 2015
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When you create an awesome “Client Experience” then your product becomes it’s own best marketing tool. Here’s how to be the “Guardian at the Gates of an Awesome Client Experience”…

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A Simple 2-Step Process to Fill High-Ticket Events

by on Feb 07 2015
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Here’s the simple 2-step process that Dean Jackson uses to fill his high-end events with a single email or Facebook post (he regularly sells out his events that cost anywhere from $5,000 to $20,000.)

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