All Business is People Business

All business is people business. The people you attract on the road to wealth will determine your success as much as, or more than any other factor. At the same time, the mistakes you make in choosing these people will hinder you and hold you back as much or more than anything else. People are everything!

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Don’t Lose Money!

Throughout the history of American enterprise, you’ve heard the words, “work hard and save your money.”  Work hard and save your money.  It is the oldest rule for success in America, don’t lose money!  It’s so important, as a matter of fact, that W. Clement Stone once said, “if you cannot save money, then the seeds of greatness are not in you.” If you cannot save money, then the seeds of greatness are not in you…. Read more

Eliminate the Time Wasters in Selling

Major time wasters in selling is procrastination, delay, and lack of product knowledge. This occurs when you find every conceivable reason to put off getting there with people who can and will buy from you. Everyone procrastinates. There is always too much to do and too little time. The difference between successes and failures is determined by people’s choices about what they put off. Losers put off the important things that could make a difference in their lives. Winners put off low-value tasks and activities…. Read more

Take Action: 7 Steps to Small Business Success

This simple seven step process will give you the tools you need to succeed.

Many businesspeople achieve their greatest successes in unexpected areas. They begin a business and then they find that it isn’t as profitable as they had anticipated, so they change direction, using their experience and their momentum, and strike paydirt in something else. The most important thing is to begin. To take action. To move forward one step at a time, learning and growing as you go. There is enough information available in virtually every field for you to become knowledgeable enough to achieve success. But action is necessary…. Read more

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