Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’

Are you an ‘indentured servant’ to what you’ve been conditioned to believe?

By: Dan Kennedy on: April 30th, 2013 1 Comment

“Indentured Servants Who Broke Free” That’s the headline of a small section in Forbes May issue. Highlighting entrepreneurs who served as apprentices before striking out on their own, the choice of the words, “indentured” and “broke free” is a reminder why you own your own business… To not have anyone tell you how to do things, to be independent and in total control. To be able to do business on your own terms. That’s what[…]


Three Ways To Increase Your Clicks & Revenues Online

By: Dave Dee on: April 23rd, 2013 9 Comments

Recently I heard sad news about a small business that has been an industry giant for decades. I’ll refrain from using their name as it is one you would undoubtedly recognize. Their products are fantastic and have helped hundreds of thousands of people. The company has done a great job building their subscription list. They send out emails and hold free webinars with formidable guests. They engage in social media and have hundreds of thousands[…]


Three Tips Guaranteed To Boost Your Productivity Instantly

By: Darcy Juarez on: April 16th, 2013 9 Comments

As a small business owner, one of the biggest challenges you have is getting everything done. In fact, one of the things we often hear from new members is “how do we find time to read everything and implement all this stuff.” A frustrating puzzle for many because they know if they read and implement our proven strategies, they will be more successful. So what’s the solution? What really holds business owners back are “time[…]


Four Key Factors You MUST Know If You Want To Hold Onto Your Online Audience

By: Dave Dee on: April 11th, 2013 2 Comments

Last week I was in Ohio with Dan Kennedy and a packed room of entrepreneurs at the New A to Z Info-Biz Blueprints event. I’m amazed that after 17 years of reading and studying and attending everything Dan does, I still discover new “ah-ha action items” for me to implement. While I won’t be sharing my action items here today, I do want to talk about the psychology of how you get clients to continually[…]


Get an “Unfair” Advantage Over The Competition With These 7 Event Strategies

By: Dan Kennedy on: April 9th, 2013 2 Comments

Over the past week, I spent three days conducting the first of only four live events I’ll do this year. Although I’ve considerably shrunk the number of events I do, I still consider there to be no substitute for getting people together in a room. Never underestimate the power of holding live events for your customers, clients and patients. You sacrifice a lot when you don’t get them in the same room with you. Years[…]


Seven Tips For Getting And Keeping Your Financial House In Order

By: Darcy Juarez on: April 4th, 2013 7 Comments

It didn’t take her long to go out of business. She was 22 years old and it was the first time she’d owned her own business. Why was she forced to fold her business? Not for the reason you might expect: lack of sales. She went out of business because she was uneducated about keeping records for taxes, budgeting finances and keeping cash flow positive. This story was told to me recently by a GKIC[…]


Unhappy With Your Tax Return? Four Strategies To Boost Next Year’s Return

By: Dave Dee on: April 2nd, 2013 No Comments

Because of the April 15th U.S. tax deadline, this is the time of year business owners tend to focus more intensely on their finances. So all this week, to help make sure you have more income to focus on come next April 15th, we’re going to talk about ways to boost your profits and improve your financial outlook. Here are four strategies you can employ immediately: Look for opportunity. A good businessman sees opportunities where[…]


Dwindling customers? How to make more money FAST

By: Dan Kennedy on: March 28th, 2013 12 Comments

A recent article about one of the world’s largest ferry boat systems says they are swiping money from one program to keep another program afloat. Why are they forced to do this? Increased  costs coupled with a dwindling customer base. A cry all too familiar to many businesses these days. Swiping money from Peter to pay Paul may keep them afloat – but only temporarily.  It’s a stop-gap method that eventually catches up to every[…]


Begging For Change To Millionaire In One Year. His Secret Revealed…

By: Darcy Juarez on: March 26th, 2013 1 Comment

He was abused and started drinking as a teenager. Ending up homeless, he begged on the streets for change in order to survive. Today Toronto Canada native Francis O’Dea is a multi-millionaire. O’Dea says, “One year I was broke, the next year I was a millionaire.” What is his secret? He says for six months he lived on the streets with no clue as to what he wanted or how to get out of his[…]


Six Tips For Using This Shortcut To Success Tool

By: Darcy Juarez on: March 14th, 2013 3 Comments

Last week at the Fast Implementation Boot Camp, I witnessed the magic of networking. Connections were made, budding friendships and accountability partners started, alliances were formed, and even some possible joint-ventures emerged… all through networking. Networking is one of the best ways to make powerful connections that can propel your business forward and shortcut your path to success. Of course, there are tons of opportunities for networking, (too many, actually) some better than others. But[…]