Category Archives: motivation

How to think bigger (the $100k story)

by on Jul 23 2015
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Think of your dream goal for your yearly income… make it a really big goal. Now what would have to happen in your life to be able to GIVE that amount of money to your favorite charity or non-profit organization?

When I started out I just wanted to put food on the table, but over time I’ve created a far bigger vision of my success. Here’s what I mean…

Let me know what you think and leave me a comment below!

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From zero to $100k (with Product Launch Formula)

by on Jul 18 2015
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As you know, I love sharing my Product Launch Formula Owner’s stories… and I have an especially awesome one for you today.

From no list, no product, no business, and a day job… to a thriving six figure business in less than a year (and still growing!)

This took courage to share… please don’t forget to leave a comment below and let Susan know what you think of her story!

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Innovation vs. Marketing Suicide

by on Jul 07 2015
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It can be all too easy to fall into the “revolutionary” trap… trying to create the next big thing, the thing that no one has ever thought of but somehow everyone needs. That almost never works.

Here’s how to walk that fine line between innovation and marketing suicide.

Let me know what you think and leave me a comment below!

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The “Retirement” Plan

by on Jul 04 2015
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As I was watching the Rolling Stones play an amazing set a couple weeks ago, one thought stood out in my mind — these guys look like they are having the time of their lives. They certainly don’t need the money or fame… but I bet they’ll be doing that for the rest of their lives.

I think I know how they feel. Here’s why I’m on the “Rolling Stones Retirement Plan”:

Let me know what you think and leave me a comment below!

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Why Confidence Is Overrated

by on Jun 27 2015
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Starting a new venture, whether for a new business or an established one, is a scary thing. This video is about how to succeed despite (or even because of) that.

Let me know what you think of this video and leave me a comment below!

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Backstage with the Rolling Stones (and Lessons Learned!)

by on Jun 12 2015
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I’ve been a huge fan of the Rolling Stones for most of my life… so when I got an invite for a private backstage tour (plus VIP status), I couldn’t say no. Here’s what I learned being behind the curtain of one of the biggest bands in the world:

Please leave a comment below and let me know what you think!

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How To Be An Overnight Success

by on Jun 06 2015
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You’ve heard about the classic “overnight success”… it makes for a great story, and this is a story of $10 million in success.

But we all know there really is no “overnight success”. There’s always a long history of someone working hard day after day, night after night to get that big breakthrough.

But sometimes there’s a shortcut… and here’s a big one:

Please leave a comment below and let me know what you think…

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Haters Gonna Hate (Protecting Your Mental Game)

by on May 30 2015
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If you’re going to make a real impact and achieve big things, at some point you’re probably going to find yourself the target of people who would rather tear someone down than build themselves up.

I’ve stopped caring what the haters say. But I wasn’t always able to do that… here’s how I learned to tune them out.

Please leave a comment below and tell me what you think…

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