Tag Archive | "developing business resiliency"

Simplicity And Transformation – What People Are Really Looking For In Business These Days

Sunday, March 11, 2012


Every small business owner is probably becoming more perplexed and weighed down by the level of competition that exists nowadays. Money is becoming such a struggle, so you’re probably encountering some difficulty bringing in the funds you need to expand or even just sustain your business. You experience the pressure of having to bring in [...]

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Reset and Refresh: How To Take Your Home-Based Business To Newer Heights

Wednesday, December 28, 2011


It near year-end, and you’re probably looking back to assess how your business has been doing these past 12 months. Are things on the upswing or is there a “wall of frustration” that’s blocking the way to where you want to take your business? If you’re into network marketing, you must have come face-to-face with [...]

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Built On The Strength Of Tempered Steel

Thursday, September 22, 2011


Tempered steel is tougher than almost all types of steel. Steel is tempered so it can withstand the harshest conditions and this is done by subjecting steel to extremely high temperatures. By doing so, the resulting steel has very little defects and becomes close to perfect. Tempering reduces breakage due to internal metal stress and [...]

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The “Ten Commandments” Of A Go-Getter

Saturday, July 16, 2011


(developed from Dr R.H. Schuller’s “Possibility Thoughts”) – We’ve all heard of success stories and draw inspiration from people who have risen above adversities and faced their challenges head-on. Stories about ordinary people who breathe the same air as we do… people who laugh, cry, get angry, love… people who are just like us. So [...]

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The Truth About Doing Business With Your Warm Market

Friday, May 27, 2011


I must have heard this a hundred times from both predecessors and mentors: “As much as possible, NEVER go into business with friends or family – especially when you’re just starting out.” While it would be grossly unfair to state that dealing with a family member or a friend would lead you to be taken [...]

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Fear Buster 101 – Breaking The Hold It Has On YOU!

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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If you are like most normal individuals, then probably FEAR is part of your life. It’s everywhere… some find this controlling feeling to be incredibly crippling and overwhelming, and even  holds them back from living life to its fullest. FEAR creates needless worries, insecurities, guilt, resentments and stresses. It can even add to nonsensical feelings [...]

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A U.S. Recovery Built on Low-Paying Jobs

Sunday, March 6, 2011


The economy is not creating opportunities at the high end… (This is a reprint of an article written by Joshua Zumbrun and Shobhana Chandra on Bloomberg News.) Before she lost her job last November as a full-time health department caseworker in Aurora, Ill., Amy Valle was making $23 an hour. Now she’s paid $10 an [...]

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Is Middle-Class America Disappearing?

Wednesday, March 2, 2011


If you’re getting concerned about the future, especially with the ever increasing number of potential retirees not being able to retire comfortably, then you are not alone.  We’re in the decade when the so called baby boomers are supposed to retire but just can’t. For the past few years, millions of them are getting into [...]

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Have You Tried and Failed In Business?… If You Have, You’re Not Alone!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


If you’ve spoken to any successful networker in the MLM arena, you’ll hear a lot of stories about the struggles and stumbling blocks they encountered while trying to build and bear fruit in their business. The stark reality is that not every business you intend to build will succeed, and if it does there always [...]

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Should You STEP UP or SELL OUT? How To Make Things Happen In Your Life

Sunday, January 30, 2011


Today I was at my breakfast table reading from my daily inspirational book when what I read hit me like a brick! So after finishing at the table I moved to my desk and began my daily routine of checking into my inbox for fresh emails.  Guess what? One email was from a mentor of [...]

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