For some reason, silent bosses usually seem smart, and silent interns also seem smart. Everyone else seems to be committed to expressing themselves any chance they get. Silence can be a gift and a meaningful contribution, even when you have nothing to say. No one has ever regretted not speaking in the first 10 minutes of a meeting. Resist. Wait. Your time will come soon. Here’s how to use silence as a powerful tool.
After getting to know hundreds of top performers across many different enterprises, I’ve learned that as many as 80%, attribute a large part of their success to finding and working with a great mentor. Today, if I were a novice launching any business enterprise, I would commit to networking until I found a “candidate mentor” who had been there, done that, and was very good at helping others learn the necessary skills to rise to the top.Here are 10 questions you should ask your prospective mentor. By the way, if you want great answers, learn to ask great questions. Begin with one question you should always ask a potential mentor.
Most “target customer” and “target market” talk is pure rubbish. Why? Because very few marketers (and salespeople) are willing to do the work (meaning take the time) to get granular enough with their ideal customer descriptions to make any meaningful difference to their results. In this video, you’ll learn how you can scientifically invoke the law of attraction for your business. Maybe it’s time to start making the law of attraction work for you.
Today, your online presence can impact your ability to profit and can make or break you. According to recent surveys, over 45% of Americans have searched for a company or an individual BEFORE doing business with them. What turns up can absolutely impact your bottom line—so you must take control! In this video, I’ll share seven easy steps you can take to help establish your professional value and make the ultimate first impression.
The great Jim Rhone said, “For every promise you make—there is a price to pay.” Gandhi observed, “A breach of promise is a base surrender of truth.” If keeping our word is so important, what could possibly keep any of us from “keeping it”? It’s likely a cast of characters that you will come across on life’s stage. Perhaps you’ve walked across that stage a time or two yourself.