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Not many people write copy that comes from a place of authenticity, transparency, and love. Andy O’Bryan is one of those rare people who places his emphasis on heart-centered persuasion. Andy is a direct-response copywriter who specializes in writing websites and dramatically boosting website conversion rates. He has worked with over 2500 clients over the past fifteen years and helps entrepreneurs who make a difference in people’s lives, especially coaches, speakers, and authors.
In the book, “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies” by James Collins and Jerry Porras they talk about having a BHAG. A BHAG is a long-term goal that actually shifts how you do business and that allows you to grow your business because instead of focusing on short-term and long-term goals, like most business owners do, you have a BHAG which takes about 10- to 30 years to achieve.
Finding success is not about finding the right strategy but finding the right attitude. This is what Abhi Golhar has always believed in. Abhi is a radio show host on the Wall Street Business Network where he tackles topics related to real estate investing. He says that if we don’t have the right attitude to support what we’re doing, then we lose out on the overarching goal. Abhi developed his entrepreneurial nature and discipline in high school repairing computers.
As a business owner, you need to be able to promote yourself to get the attention of prospective client family members, yet if you are like my client family members, you are concerned because you don’t want to come off as a bragger. The question is, how do you navigate self-marketing without feeling like you are egocentric? And you also need to ask, what self-marketing skills do I need to become very comfortable sharing my great products and services yet not bragging?
Most companies are good at branding and can create a website, but they don’t have an understanding of authentic messaging nor do they have a lot of heart services. Elevate5’s main objective is breaking through clarity, and that is why it resonates with so many audiences. Elevate5 is the brainchild of Jodee Mittlestadt and her sister, Cara Christenson. It is a website orienting and authentic messaging company that serves and lifts the small business owners seeking clarity to grow their own businesses.
Are you a financial planner who wants to magnify the benefits you can offer your clients? Did you know that Thomas Leonard, recognized by many as the founder of personal coaching, was a financial planner.
How do coaching and financial planning fit together? Thomas Leonard recognized, as have many other financial planners, that your clients are not dealing solely with financial issues; they are planning life decisions.
This subject is much heavier than I normally write, but I felt a need for it…for all Heart-repreneurs ®.
Our Chief Heart-repreneur ® has informed us of a disheartening occurrence recently. Both she and I are able to read the honesty and sincerity of most people with a high degree of accuracy, but alas, not 100%.
This article will go into the definition of certain words, so there is a message for all of us….and a strong caution.
As a bestselling author in personal finance and money thinking, Damian Lupo’s key to freedom from money bondage and living a fulfilled life is the unique approach of breaking rules and making more mistakes faster than the competition. You don’t learn a whole lot when you win. It’s when you lose something that you’re gaining a lesson. The faster you can gain those lessons, the faster you can grow. He said the secret to financial freedom is not cash or cash flow, but confidence and the ability to believe that you can create.
You may recognize Ron Douglas from the first season of Discovery Channel’s Blue Collar Backers. Ron was offered five more seasons, but realizing how much time it took away from his family, he turned it down. He continues to help people on a more personal level. Ron has been an entrepreneur since he was 24 and started then sold several companies. For Ron, it all happened one day by accident. He came up very short for payday and needed some money.
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