Saturday, June 18, 2011

Bob Proctor wants to speak to YOU.

There is nothing like a great video from Mentor Emeritus Bob Proctor to share with you some of the best-kept secrets to creating massive personal success here on this earth...

In this latest video, Uncle Bob reveals the same techniques that he has given to his private coaching students, which have made them much more—not just in income but the quality of life—in a month than they did in a year before they met him!

This is exactly the same stuff that they paid him thousands of dollars to teach, and Bob is going to give it to you at this special moment. All you need to do is fill in your name and e-mail address on this page.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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Monday, June 6, 2011

Why most marketers never achieve their goals and dreams...

In today's post, I'm going to talk about one of the main reasons why most marketers never achieve their goals and dreams.

I'm also going to give you a very specific formula you can use to start hitting more of your goals, and start achieving your dreams.

You see, I've always wondered why very few people make it in business, while many fail miserably...

The successful marketers get to live the dream lifestyle, travel, and spend most of their time with their loved ones...while those that don't succeed struggle just to make ends meet.

I've been fortunate enough to become friends with some of the most successful people in our industry, and I've picked up a lot of their keys to success.

It all starts with how they set their goals.

Did you know that "how" you set your goals has a lot to do with whether you achieve them or not?

It's true...

All the successful marketers in our industry set S.M.A.R.T goals, while the rest set regular goals.

In fact, EVERY successful person in the world (regardless of industry), sets S.M.A.R.T. goals.

S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym for:

Time limited

If you want to achieve a goal, it must be:

1. Specific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal.

2. Measurable: You need to have some way of measuring your progress if you want to achieve your goal.

3. Achievable: A goal must be achievable. For example, setting a goal to break the 100m world record when you've never ran track is NOT achievable.

4. Realistic: A goal has to be realistic. For example, if you've not made your first sale yet, it's unrealistic for you to set a goal to become a millionaire in the next 3 months.

5. Time-limited: You need deadlines for all your goals. A goal without a deadline is only a wish.

Here are some examples of regular goals and their S.M.A.R.T counterparts:

I want to get in shape (regular goal).
I will lose 10 pounds in the next 10 weeks by working out 3 times every week (on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) and cutting out all junk food from my diet (S.M.A.R.T. goal).

I will fire my boss (regular goal).
I will fire my boss by December 31st 2012. I will do this by dedicating 4 hours every day after work to build my self-development business (S.M.A.R.T. goal).

Those are just a few examples, but I'm sure you get the point.

You can also break those goals into smaller sub-goals to make them more S.M.A.R.T.

Do this for every single goal you set from today and you will quickly see the results.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

5 Tips For Improving Your People Skills

Improving your interpersonal skills is something that cannot happen overnight. The only way to improve is to practice and actually do it. Many of the skills may take time for you to adopt, however there are also some quick little techniques that can start to make things easier almost immediately.

1) Stay professional. Remember no matter whom you're talking to make sure you are at your best. The way you act reflects on your character. Learn to deal with situations in an appropriate way.

2) Establish credibility. Be sincere, if you are truthful and upfront with people it will go a long way to gaining others' respect and trust.

3) Understand others' point of view. Remember to reflect on what others tell you, even if you disagree take the time to learn and understand where they are coming from.

4) Learn about others. Take time talk with employees or clients. Conversations do not need to be work related, rather simple conversations that help you learn about the person and build rapport.

5) Be confidant. Keep eye contact and your body relaxed. Be sure to speak clearly and at a moderate pace.

Contributed by Dale Carnegie Training.