How to Profit From Your Story of Adversity

Adversity becomes whatever you make of it. If you’ve lived through adversity, there’s no reason it needs to be a liability to you. It can be an asset that you profit from. Not only does adversity give you the strength to handle the problems that business and life throw at you, but a story of…

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True or False: Entrepreneurs are Loners

Some people think that being an entrepreneur means being a loner. It means working in your office by yourself, in front of a computer and never interacting with anyone else. Here’s the reality, though. If you do that, you will probably not get very far. The entrepreneurs who go the furthest are those who don’t…

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The Reason People Give Up Too Soon

If you know how to make $50, you can make $100. If you can make $100, you can make $1,000 and so on. Unfortunately, it’s usually when people are just about to succeed that they give up. For example, they’ve made a couple of small sales for a total of $50, and they consider it…

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How to Profit From Facebook Friend Requests

If you think Facebook is a waste of time and you think your business is “above” that, you need to shift your mindset. The reality is, the majority of your potential customers are already hanging out on Facebook. Why cut yourself off from that opportunity? Locating people on Facebook who are interested in your brand…

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Publishing a Book With Print-On-Demand

As we all know, business cards get thrown away. John Chow has seen people go to great lengths to get around this problem. They’ll hand out titanium business cards that cost $5 each. He has a better idea. He passes out his book instead. That makes you far more memorable than anyone who hands out…

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Do You Need to be an “Expert” to Sell Information?

You’ve heard that there’s a fortune to be made selling information that is in demand. But what if you don’t have a PhD or years of experience in a given field? Would anyone actually spend money for information from you, when there are so many people more knowledgeable? The answer is yes. Anyone can sell…

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How to Make Sales with Facebook Chat

Normally, when you think of Facebook marketing, you think of serving ads to thousands of people simultaneously. What you may not have tried is using Facebook to chat with prospects individually. The chance of making a sale this way compared to through an ad is dramatically higher. Plus, your customers will thank you for it.…

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On Video, Message Trumps Appearance

When filming videos, it’s very easy to get worried about the appearance. You think you need a good background, good clothes, make-up, professional lighting and camera and a flashy intro. Sure, these things help to make a good first impression. But none of them mean as much to the viewer as the actual message of…

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Why Every Video Must Have a Core Concept

When you film videos, don’t just start talking about whatever pops into your head and ramble about a whole series of unrelated ideas in one video. You’ll get best results when you plan in advance and structure each video around a solid core concept. Not only will you get better engagement, but you’ll be less…

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Until They Buy or Until They Die

How long should you keep following up with your leads? Until they buy or until they die. Not until it looks like it’s not working. To start seeing results in your new business, you have to have the attitude that you’re never going to give up. No matter how conclusive the signs may be that…

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