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According to “The Leadership Challenge,” a wonderful book focused on “liberating the leader in everyone,” there are 4 qualities that stand above the rest when people are asked what they value in their leaders … take a look at the list below, and see if these core values are the same you value in yourself …

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In consumer sales, you will often have the opportunity to sell to couples the opportunity of owning your product or service. In many cases, they will close each other on the sale. That’s my favorite time! When one or the other spouse is favorable to the decision, don’t jump right in to close. Wait to …

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Last month we asked you about your reasons for wanting to write a book, and we received over 1,000 responses. Now we’re sharing those results with you.

Original blog post: [Survey] Do You Want to Write a Book?

We asked: Why Do You Want to Write a Book?

When we asked this question over 54% of people said …

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The secret to success…

What is it? It’s an age old question:

“How can 2 people, all things being equal, have the same opportunity, desires, and resources available to them, have very different results when it comes to the success in their lives?”

So, what is the secret to success?

When I first picked up the book, think and …

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My wife Abigail was pregnant with our fifth child. She was two weeks overdue and the last couple of days we’d been in and out of hospital, but still no sign of baby Shine! Then on Monday night, at about midnight, just as I was drifting off, the contractions started to come, and we knew …

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To grow past being a self-employed individual who merely has a job work for him/herself, you must learn how to manage your time and delegate. Until you learn this, your company will never grow and you’ll never be free. …read more

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Where do dreams come from? What does dreaming do for a leader? How can I verify whether my dream is a worthwhile vision or a fictitious fantasy?Let’s begin to investigate these questions by defining what we mean by a dream. A dream is an inspiring picture of the future that energizes your mind, will and …

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A lot goes into building and running a successful company. There is startup capital, continued investment, sales, marketing, accounting … you can go crazy thinking about everything that’s involved in a good company. Of course, you also need to have a valuable product or service. However, NO company can succeed without the right people behind …

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Replace Your Limiting Beliefs With One Question

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First off, seriously? What kind of insane awesomeness is this?

Every single person has a talent, a skill, or a gift that is their own. It may be similar to others but each person is 100% unique.

Some people can sing, some are great at business, others are great chefs while …

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Thought of the day for all of my fellow entrepreneurs out there… I’ve met with a TON of aspiring & existing entrepreneurs and others seeking financial freedom. People are always excited at the prospect of becoming their own boss, living a life they love, and “never working another day.” This all sounds great (& is …

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What is the Biggest Enemy of Business Success?

Five real friends. All are world-renowned authors, speakers, trainers, coaches and consultants. Five points of view. Five perspectives. Less then five minutes to read.

From Mark Sanborn:

The worst enemy of business? Indifference.

Indifference is a lack of concern, interest or sympathy and it hurts business in two areas: people and …

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As we begin to transition from summer into the cooler season of fall, we find ourselves shifting gears and coming back into more structured routines. For some people, this might mean planning daily activities around pets, school, work, homework, meal times, exercise, time with friends and family, and personal down time for focused rejuvenation.

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Social media has become a true amplifier, permeating every nook and cranny of the web; giving a megaphone to those who might have previously found themselves voiceless. While I generally believe that the proliferation of the social web is a good thing, it does have a dark side that is difficult, if not impossible to …

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