Business is easy when you break it down to the necessary elements – making more profit on a regular and consistent basis.
So how do you do this?
That’s the exact question we answer throughout our many useful articles and resources.Read more
Entrepreneurs have a very special gift – they can create for themselves and others.
So join me in making a commitment to use your entrepreneurial skills to give to those less fortunate. If you do, you’ll quickly realize that it will motivate you more than anything you’ve ever experienced.Read more
Too much of life is taken up by two things – Work and Sleep!
Unfortunately too many people don’t put aside the time to enjoy themselves and before they know it, their vocabulary is full of things like “I wish I would have”, “I should have”, and “why didn’t I”.
If you’re nodding in agreement then join me in making a plea to set aside the time to enjoy life.Read more
Years ago I learned a valuable lesson when first meeting my wife.
She was (and still is) gorgeous.
I’m just “average”.
But I won her over and I’ve used the same “thing” to build my business as well.
Here’s what “it” is and how you can apply the same thing to getting anything you want…
I’m involved in an interesting “experiment”.
Let me explain…
As many of you know, I am a HUGE MINI Cooper fan.
I’ve now owned 2 of them (my latest being a beautiful John Cooper Works ) and each time I sit behind the wheel I can’t help but smile.
My dealership knows this which is why I received a unique invitation a while back…
Recently there was a good article posted on Inc.com with best-selling author Gary Vaynerchuck (who we interviewed last year).
In it, Gary argues that we should all look to build our “personal brand” (more so than your “company brand”).
Here’s the article:
While I agree in many respects, I also think it’s important to maintain a balance between building the “personal” vs. “company” brand for 3 main reasons:
Here’s what I mean…
Recently my wife and I delivered a VERY important presentation to the President of Scholastic Canada and her executive team.
We were pitching them on the idea of getting involved with a campaign that we run for our charity called Write To Give (www.WriteToGive.com).
Getting this kind of opportunity isn’t easy and admittedly, we were nervous.
But here’s what we learned from this experience…