Three Benefits of Attending the Home Business Summit

“Why should I travel to attend a three-day event?” you ask. “Don’t I already have all the information I need in my MTTB or HTAM program?” These are great questions. There are numerous advantages for new consultants who attend the Home Business Summit.     1. No Home-Based Distractions If you’ve been studying the 21…

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Paper-Pushers Don’t Make 6 Figures

Everyone that joins my program receives the same materials. They have the same literature, training videos, and support from the MOBE systems. When new consultants finish their training, however, or leave a Mastermind event, they will split into two groups. One group will give the program a shot for a little while; maybe make a…

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How Much Do You Value Your Mentor’s Time?

What entrepreneur was crazy enough to spend $52,000 for 7 days’ worth of mentoring? The answer is, I was, and I still am! In fact, I invest a lot of my money into education, getting consulting and having the right business mentors. You’re probably thinking I’m overspending and I’m throwing my money away. But watch…

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The Ups, Downs and Loop-De-Loops of Being MOBE’s CEO

Recently someone asked me: “What is the best thing and the worst thing about being the CEO of MOBE?” It’s a more complicated question than you might realize, mostly because I rarely stop thinking about the future long enough to really ask myself how I’m feeling about the present. That said, there are definitely things…

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Introverts Can’t Succeed as Leaders or Entrepreneurs … or Can They?

“Aloof,” “loner,” and “not a team player” are words often used to describe introverts in the work/business environment. But what is an introvert, really? Do they really lack what it takes to interact productively, to lead people, and achieve success—or is that the province of the extrovert only? Here is what introverts need to know…

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How You Evolve Within Your Own Business

Rarely does a business grow smoothly throughout its lifetime. Most businesses will encounter a series of what I call “revenue ceilings”. In other words, they’ll grow to a certain point and then plateau. It’s as if there’s a ceiling blocking the business from growing any further beyond that point. These “revenue ceilings” happen because the…

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It’s Not How Much You Make … It’s How Much You KEEP

Many people come into this industry and make their first million… But as soon as they make all that money, it vanishes into thin air. And I’m speaking from experience, because I’ve done that a few times myself. And that was probably one of my biggest mistakes. Here’s why… Because it’s not your gross profits…

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Negotiation 101

Wealthy people are usually great negotiators. They know that “a penny saved is a penny earned” when making investments and paying expenses in their business. For example, in my business, I always try to negotiate the best prices with my suppliers. For the sake of example, assume my margins are 20% (which they’re not). I…

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How to Build a Valuable Business Team

When you’re an entrepreneur with the goal of building a successful company, it’s incredibly important to put together a solid team. Why? Because you can’t possibly do everything yourself. You’ll need to delegate tasks, and eventually, delegate entire departments of your business to other people. Without hardworking, educated, dependable employees and partners, your company will…

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Have You Created a Disobedient Puppet or a Magical Spinning Wheel?

In The Nightmare Before Christmas, Doctor Finklestein created the ragdoll Sally to help him take care of menial chores in the lab. He stitched her together limb by limb and brought her to life so that he’d have someone to talk to, and someone to cook him supper every night. It was a decent idea,…

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