Plan Your Book in 10 Minutes With This Guide

Thinking about how to start writing a book, but aren’t sure where to start? One of the reasons that so many people never finish their book is because they did not properly plan it out. By planning out your book before you start can save you time, money, and prevent you from hitting a wall after writing your first 3 pages. By taking a few minutes to read this, it will save you hours of frustrations from poor planning. If you want, just skip down to the checklist at the end and print it out, or keep reading for all of the details. Learn my Proven Step-by-Step System for Taking What You Already Know, Using Skills You Already Possess, to Write… Read more

27 Useful Tips to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

The average person ranks the fear of public speaking higher than the fear of death. The truth is, this fear could be hurting your professional and personal life.

You may have been there before.

You feel nervous, your palms sweat, your stomach ties itself into knots. You don’t want to do it. You would rather do anything else than talk to someone.

Is this you?… Read more

Business Model Innovation: A Fresh Look at Your Customer Needs

One of the great questions as an entrepreneur or a business owner is, “How do you keep your business evolving with your customer?”

Today, we call this business model innovation or reinventing you business model. What is this? It means is that no matter what has happened in your past, your current business model may be partially obsolete in some places. In some instances, it may be completely obsolete.

It may be time for some business model innovation…. Read more

Using The Law of Reciprocity and Other Persuasion Techniques Correctly

Have you ever felt the need to help someone who has helped you in the past? This is known as the law of reciprocity. It is one of the many different persuasion techniques that you can use to influence others.

Keep reading to take a look at how it works and how to use it correctly.

Law of Reciprocity

Persuasion by reciprocation is based on the law of reciprocity. It’s considered by many to be the most powerful law of human nature. Basically, it states that,

“If you do something nice for me I’ll do something nice for you. I feel obligated to reciprocate.”

For example, if we go out to lunch and I pick up the bill, you almost always offer to pay for it next time. Next time we go out to lunch, you insist on paying for the bill.

There are different types of reciprocation which I will explain below…. Read more

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