While cold calls and emails can be a great way to kickstart your business, networking opportunities — such as conferences — can prove to be an absurdly effective shortcut for success.
Meet Garrain Jones, a motivational speaker and coach who turned his life around 180 degrees. Garrain grew up in an environment where lack of money was considered a norm, with no strong mentorship or opportunities.
You’re speaking to a potential client about your service. You know you do a great job, and all your other clients are happy – so it’s a no-brainer for them to come on board.
Introducing Matt Theriault, the Marine turned music producer turned real estate investor. Matt knows what it’s like when the fortune turns against you, and he knows that best life-changing advice can come from the people you expect least.
So, you’ve finally started gaining some momentum with your business. Your sweat and tears are finally paying off, sales start ramping up, and you’re developing a solid rhythm. Should this keep up,
There’s a lot of fancy terminology surrounding project management. Scrum this, Agile that… Makes it all sound like rocket science.
And this sort of science is necessary when managing big companies,
Kunal Desai, the CEO of Bulls of Wall Street, went from being a middle-class immigrant kid to a self-made multi-millionaire. Kunal started off with the stock market in college, where he made substantial money and lost it all several times in a row.
Kickass weekend. Lazy recovery Monday. Slow mid-week. Plans for Friday. Another crazy weekend…
If that sounds like the past few weeks of your life, it might be a clear signal you need a strict reality check regarding your productivity.
I’ve been in sales for over 20 years – even after I started my own business I still spend the lot of my time on training my sales team –