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21 Replies to “Strategic Bragging”

  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! The favourite part of my work is the results and WINS from my clients and participants in my programmes. It’s the ripple effect as my success as a member of PLF has now brought me more people into my world so I see more amazing results. Thank you for everything you do!

  2. Isabelle Markley


    thanks for the Bragging video and the Yarn/Loops story. I’m a teacher-independent contractor-training entry level health care aids. Your videos have provided information I have found useful.
    Thank you,

  3. Congratulations Sandra!
    Great advice, Jeff. As an introvert, a similar strategy has served me well – if you want to join a new offline social group and get some prospects (whether you are looking for friends, business partners or clients), offer your social network as part of the group’s marketing by checking in, posting photos, making it look fun for outsiders considering joining themselves.
    That way you can stand out without being the center of attention, and you demonstrate your skills and understanding – and if folks are looking for your skills they’ll find you!

  4. Thanks very much for this Jeff! As always spot on and timely. I love and am passionate about my work helping others. My clients frequently get amazing results however, not only do I rarely brag about their success, but also rarely celebrate my part in it.

  5. Great strategy, Jeff. I see so many online entrepreneurs these days bragging about their own success (“I’m crushing it!”), so it’s refreshing to hear you stress the importance of being a champion for your clients and their success. Thanks for more Sunday morning inspiration. Always appreciate it.

    Thank you,
    Casey Demchak

  6. Jeff, You’re the best. Thanks for another great video where you talk about celebrating others, especially people that you’ve helped find success. I am so grateful. Marie

  7. I get a lot of random emails offering value, but I click on these without exception. Thanks for the valuable insight, Jeff 🙂

  8. I love this video! Powerful marketing lesson. This is a ripple effect of the circle of awesome!

  9. YES! YES! Success stories are one of the top three web videos that are sooooooo effective in tipping the decision for new clients to pick up the phone and call you… Traditionally called ‘testimonials’ – the video focuses on the story of how your product or service has changed someone’s life. I really love these kinds of stories.

    Also – Jeff – it’s so true – what you say about falling in love with your clients and transformation in their lives! THANK YOU for reminding me and being an inspiration!

  10. This video is spot on… my byline is “When you succeed, so do I”
    My entire business can be summed up in my apprentices “before and after” drawings.
    Every chance I get, like any Fairy Art Mother, I brag about their achievements.

    And while I’m bragging, let me brag on you too Jeff.
    You’ve literally changed my life and by extension, the lives of all the people I serve.
    I stand your shoulders (and your amazing TeamWalker in Launch Club).

    You make me want to belt out this song…

    “You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains
    You raise me up to walk on stormy seas
    I am strong when I am on your shoulders
    You raise me up to more than I can be.”

    Words can’t begin to describe my gratitude Jeff.

    PS – I didn’t see this video last Sunday because you and Launch Club enabled me to live a dream come true on a Hawaiian cruise with my family. We attended PLF LIVE 2 weeks ago and while we were out to sea and on the plane, we were working on our JV launches that will help many folks transform their lives like you’ve transformed ours.

    You’d get a kick out of the pictures of us with our PLF books in cruise ship restaurants and on the airplane wearing our PLF bracelets too.

  11. Thanks for the reminder Jeff. Getting ready to do a launch in a couple of weeks! Helping LDS couples create the marriage that they want to last forever!

  12. I love these truths Jeff. The best way to be successful is help others be successful, that’s what Angela Duckworth clearly identified as purpose.

  13. hey jeff hope you don’t mind: when I finally get launched, I’ll have to brag about myself at least a little: after all, I’ll be helping/initiating to shift $1 trillion from the governmental/healthcare complices back to the people,all the while improving the health of millions by tying perfectly preventative protocols perpetual panaceas promoted to blockchain tech and AI…we still need a good landing page to link to the website (and some clients!)

    Immediately after the first launch, we’re sending out questionnaires requesting participants to rank a list of other concerns (education, military, wasteful spending in other areas) all the people will begin to participate and quantum integration begins to set in world peace too.FROM MLK–Agape is disinterested love. It is a love in which the individual seeks not his own good, but the good of his neighbor. Agape does not begin by discriminating between worthy and unworthy people, or any qualities people possess. It begins by loving others for their sakes. It is an entirely “neighbor-regarding concern for others,” which discovers the neighbor in every man it meets. Therefore, agape makes no distinction between friends and enemy; it is directed toward both. If one loves an individual merely on account of his friendliness, he loves him for the sake of the benefits to be gained from the friendship, rather than for the friend’s own sake. Consequently,
    19 forces of evil/darkness- oh we forgot: there actually is no such thing, right?
    the best way to assure oneself that love is disinterested is to have love for the enemy-neighbor from whom you can expect no good in return,

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