Category - Personal Development

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The Incredible Credibility Triangle [Episode 26]
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How To Make Sure You Keep One Of The Most Precious Things You Own [Episode 23]
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How Do You Catch The Really Big Ones? [Episode 10]
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Refusing To Pay The “Fear of Rejection Bully” [Episode 8]
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Three Things We Should Do Every Day—Without Fail [Episode 6]

The Incredible Credibility Triangle [Episode 26]

It’s a shame when marketers don’t know how to take full advantage of the power of 3rd party credibility, especially in their personal sales communications. Here’s a simple “napkin presentation” that will help you understand and work with—not against—basic human nature.

How To Make Sure You Keep One Of The Most Precious Things You Own [Episode 23]

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.

How Do You Catch The Really Big Ones? [Episode 10]

Of course everyone knows the famous last words of the struggling network marketer: “If only I could find the right people to work with.” Well, perhaps it’s time you learn what the master fisherman (and fisherwoman) do to land the really big ones. [Hint] It’s not what you think. Not even close! But it is something anyone can do. Enjoy.

Refusing To Pay The “Fear of Rejection Bully” [Episode 8]

No one likes rejection. It makes us feel uncomfortable; it makes us feel bad about ourselves. Over time, if we’re not careful, we allow our fear of “being uncomfortable” continue to bully and push us around. Sometimes we even begin to look outside of ourselves for someone or something else to blame. Here are three important concepts that will help you defeat this bully …once and for all. ENJOY!

Three Things We Should Do Every Day—Without Fail [Episode 6]

I stumbled across a short quote the other day, and like the best of quotes, it encouraged me to pause a moment, and think, and grin, and think some more. It’s a brilliant and tender comment about what could happen if you choose to lose your enthusiasm; if at any age you choose to let go of your zest for life …even when bad things happen.

Copyright © 2014. Monte Taylor, Jr.