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Marketing Lesson (Part Two) Yesterday I asked you two questions… Question 1. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “Not a chance I’m ever going to join IPAS 2” and 10 being “I’m ready to sign up for IPAS 2 today”, where would you score yourself? and Question 2. Why didn’t you choose a LOWER number? Here’s the marketing lesson behind the two questions. Most marketers ask only closed-ended yes-or-no questions. Are you ready to buy? Are you ready to join? Then, if they receive a negative answer, they ask “Why not?” And the customer defends his…

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A Marketing Lesson (Part One) A short message today. I want to ask you a couple of quick questions. There’s a marketing lesson to this as well, which I’ll explain in tomorrow’s post. For now… Question 1. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “Not a chance I’m ever going to join IPAS 2” and 10 being “I’m ready to sign up for IPAS 2 today”, where would you score yourself? Did you think of a number? Got it? ********* Write it down… ********* Question 2. Why didn’t you choose a LOWER number? I would like you…

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How To Surf The Curve To Success Whenever you start a new venture, you’re on a curve. Some call it a learning curve. But not all learning curves are the same. Some are logarithmic. Some are exponential. What’s the difference? A logarithmic curve starts out FAST and then slows down. Logarithmic curves occur when you learn a new language, start a fitness program or take up a musical instrument. You get results very fast at the beginning but then your returns diminish. An exponential curve starts slow and then speeds up. Businesses generally follow this pattern. If they can survive…

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A Motivating, If Depressing, Thought Did you know that time moves faster as you get older? It’s a depressing thought, but it’s true. The second half of your life will SEEM to go MUCH faster than the first half, even though they are exactly the same length in years. Why? It’s relativity. No, not Einstein’s theory, just the fact that we perceive time in relative terms. For example, the first 10 years of your life SEEM to pass very slowly, because those 10 years are 100% of your life. But the second 10 years SEEM to pass more quickly because…

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How To Succeed By Finding Problems Have you ever heard a boss say, “Bring me solutions, not problems”? Or, sometimes it goes like this, “Bring me answers, not questions.” That advice used to make good sense. Why would you want to hunt for problems. Shouldn’t you be solving problems? Shouldn’t you be answering questions, not asking them? Well, not in today’s world. Customers already know what their problems are. Answers to questions can be found in the blink of a keystroke. The most creative, and most successful, business people will be the ones who can find problems that no one…

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Why Questions Are Better Than Affirmations If you have been around online marketing or network marketing or MLM or Amway or even if you have been in a corporate’s sales organization, you’re familiar with “The power of positive thinking.” Some of the hallowed motto’s of this cult are… “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” “I am nature’s greatest miracle. I am the world’s greatest salesman” “Your attitude determines your altitude”. Proponents of the school of positive thinking believe you should always be telling yourself, like the Little Engine that Could, “I think I can, I…

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How To Lego-Proof Your Business Ever step on a Lego in your bare feet? If you ever have, you just winced as you read that sentence. And if you’ve had small children in the last 10-15 years, you’ve almost certainly done more than wince as that tiny little piece of colored plastic sent daggers of pain stabbing through your poor foot. Comedian Steve Ranazzissi once quipped, “Last week I stepped on a Lego with my bare foot and I almost murdered my whole family.” Why does something so small cause so much pain? Physics. The mere fact that it’s so…

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What’s The Cost Of Waiting To Start Your Business? Do you know what Albert Einstein called the “most powerful force in the universe”? The brilliant scientist who unraveled the secrets of the universe said that… Compound Interest …was the most powerful thing in the world. And here’s why it’s so important to YOU. Let’s say you start your online business THIS year and earn $10,000 in additional income. Then, let’s say you make $10,000 every year for the next 14 years. And you save that money and you get an average interest rate of just 5%. At the end of…

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John Kennedy, Neil Armstrong and Your Business In 1957, the Soviet Union shocked the world and embarrassed the US, by launching the first satellite, Sputnik, into space. Then on April 12 of 1961, Soviet Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth, again leaving Americans shame-faced. If that wasn’t enough, in mid-April of 1961, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs fiasco caught the US off guard, embarrassed President John Kennedy, and left the nation trembling at the very real prospect of nuclear destruction. But rather than wallow in fear and shame, John Kennedy stepped boldly…

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How To Hit The Moving Target Of Online Business I was talking to a nutritionist the other day, and she was telling me about how to lose weight…and it made me want to pull my hair out one strand at a time! Eat as few carbs as possible And eat more protein But be careful of protein because some protein has a lot of fat, and fat has a lot of calories. But some fat is REALLY good for you and you should eat that kind And, don’t forget, your body REALLY needs things like fiber and vitamins…which are in…you…

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Newbies Have Every Bit As Much Potential With This… If you’re in a home business, Guess what? You’re in sales. But odds are you SUCK at selling… so do I. If you didn’t, you’d be rich! Cause “SALES” is where the money is! What do ya think is happening when you buy DVDs from Walmart? You got sold! You forked over cash! Cha-ching! You can’t sell? No problem, cause I’ve got answers… Ok… ( — deep breath –) If you pay attention to this… I promise you won’t sleep tonight. Ok, see if this makes sense to you… HARD FACT #…

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Business Lessons From NASCAR Drivers Mario Andretti, famed NASCAR and Formula One driver was fond of saying, “If everything is under control, you’re not going fast enough.” Auto racing is about pushing the car to the very limit of disaster. Under control is not a good thing. Smooth and comfortable is not a good thing. Having no fear is a not a good thing. If everything is under control, it means that some other driver, who’s pushing himself and his car out of the comfort zone, is probably going to beat you to the finish line. And, as Dale Earnhardt…

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(Utterly Stupid…) Too Good To Be True “That sounds too good to be true” has to be one of the stupidest comments ever conceived by human beings. If someone promised you would get rich overnight for doing nothing, that’s NOT too good to be true… That’s plain STUPID. But a system that truly works and converts that can produce QUICK results and some quick money is neither too good to be true NOR stupid. It’s very real. When you have a good system and you have traffic, you have everything you need for quick success. Does that mean you’ll get…

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Most People Who Join Don’t Make Any Money… It’s always a little surprising when I’m in a conversation with someone about a business model or marketing system and they say it’s not any good because “most people who join don’t make any money.” I don’t get that line of reasoning. It’s as though they think that something is only “good” or “worthwhile” if MOST of the people become wildly successful. That’d be nice, but that’s not how human beings operate. Look around: Most people who get married get divorced. Most people who start college drop out. Most people who go…

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Are You Drowning? Need Help Getting Out? I was just talking to my business partner about people who insist on claiming that their reason for not starting in a business is because they “don’t have the money”. Two things come to mind. #1: What’s confusing to me is that the reason they say they CAN’T get started in a business is the same reason they went looking for a business in the first place: “I don’t have enough money”. You can use that as a reason for why you MUST get started or…
You can use that as an excuse for…

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7 Habits Of Highly Effective Online Businesses? In his legendary book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Dr. Stephen R. Covey gives a wonderfully simple and powerful illustration about priorities. Imagine a bucket and a pile of rocks. Some of the rocks are big, some of the rocks are small…and some of the rocks are so small they are like sand. What’s the best strategy for fitting all the rocks in the bucket? If you put the small rocks in first, you don’t have room for the big rocks. But if you the big rocks in first, the small…

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How Running Your Own MTTB Business Is LESS Stressful Stress is an unavoidable part of modern life. We live in a complex, constantly-changing world. And with the way the economy has performed recently, there’s a lot of folks stressed out about the future. But nowhere is this stress more prevalent than for middle managers and blue collar workers. Why? Because these folks are rarely asked to create. They are merely asked to produce. If you’re working in a typical 9 to 5 job, you don’t have much input into the creation of products or the direction of the company. Your…

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Could Your Future Be Only 21 Days Away? In his brilliant book, Zero to One, Peter Thiel, co-founder of Paypal, says “…what makes the future distinctive and important isn’t that it hasn’t happened yet, but rather that it will be a time when the world looks different from today. In a sense, if nothing about our society changes in 100 years, then the future is over 100 years away.” You can apply this to your own financial situation as well. Your financial future won’t just happen. If a year from today, nothing about your financial situation has changed, you’re not…

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Affiliate Marketing Is Broken… I was doing some reading up today, and found an interesting strategy from a guy that’s been called the guru to the guru’s, and is just an all around brilliant person. It’s just three simple questions to ask yourself everyday. Especially… when you’re stuck. 1- What’s working? 2- What’s missing? 3- What’s next? (I’d recommend you write those three questions out on a post it, and stick it somewhere you can see it each day.) Now the questions are simple, but they take some real thinking, and can yield you big results if you actually go…

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MTTB Marketing Lessons From The Super Bowl? Did you catch the one BIG lesson from the Super Bowl this year? It’s a lesson that applies to sports, business and life in general. And even if you hate football, you’ll appreciate it. Here’s what happened in case you missed it… With less than a minute left in the game, the Seattle Seahawks were ONE YARD away from scoring a touchdown that would put them in the lead. If they could “punch it in” they would win. The gleaming Lombardi trophy was in the Seahawks’ claws. All they had to do was…

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