Posts Tagged ‘wealth building’

WARNING: If You Suffer From This, You May Never Get Wealthy

By: Dan Kennedy on: December 6th, 2014 3 Comments

The opposite of wealth attraction is wealth inhibition.(Tweet this!) Many people are so wealth-inhibited they never even think in terms of getting wealthy. Their thoughts are limited to buying a lottery ticket or fantasizing about some unknown and unexpected fortune being left to them in a will. But having said that, a lot of people do seriously try to figure out how to convert their knowledge, ability, time, energy, and effort into real wealth. Unfortunately,[…]

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Four Things Renegade Millionaires Do To Live Life On Their Terms

By: Dan Kennedy on: December 2nd, 2014 6 Comments

What do all Renegade Millionaires have in common? They have some clear, strong ideas about how they want to live their lives. Most people do not. Most people actually give this very little thought. They let circumstances, situations and relationships dictate their life. Black Friday. Small business Saturday. Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday. There are a lot of businesses that seem to put most of their energy and marketing efforts (and dollars) into the holiday season.[…]

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When Should You Charge And When Should You Give It Away?

By: Darcy Juarez on: May 2nd, 2013 7 Comments

With Mother’s Day approaching, I saw an unusual, but clever gift designed specifically for the stay-at-home mom… Knowing that many stay-at-home moms feel undervalued, salary.com lets you generate a “paycheck” for moms based on the number and age of children, duties, etc. Although the check isn’t real, it’s designed to elevate the mom’s worth. Like moms, business owners often have a hard time evaluating their true worth. As a result, sometimes they give things away[…]

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Are You Working Your Mind Like An Exceptionally Successful Person?

By: Dan Kennedy on: April 18th, 2013 8 Comments

The other day, the Wall Street Journal had an article about a successful restaurateur named Jodi Richards. Richards competes in extreme trail races, triathlons and bike races such as the 64 kilometer “Ö Till Ö” island to island race in Sweden. The article discusses her workout routine (she uses two training coaches!) her diet and the cost of her training and gear which includes specialized high-tech fitness equipment. For instance, she uses something called the[…]

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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[…]

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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[…]

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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[…]

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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[…]

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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[…]

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Are You Hunting In The Wrong Place?

By: Dan Kennedy on: March 12th, 2013 9 Comments

I’ve been in the advice dispensing business for 40 years. Throughout my career I’ve been paid millions and millions of dollars by CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, small business owners, even my peers, professional speakers, authors and consultants. Whether the economy is good or bad, I remain fully booked and in demand. On occasion I have run up against ‘professional norms and guidelines’ dictated by some association or certifying organization, and had my fees[…]

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