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Driving home late one night a man found a bag with $15,200 USD in it. Rather than running home to "high five" his wife about this stroke of luck, he turned it in to the police. When commenting on this man's selfless action, the chief himself said if he were in the same position, he could only hope he would do the same. Shortly after the story went public, people on the internet began saying that he was stupid for having turned it in. You've got to applaud the man's character. But you don't need to wait for $15,200 to magically fall into your lap. Instead, you can get one of our customer-grabbing solutions to start generating your own financial windfall: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to being rewarded for hard work, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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People are going crazy about the political scene these days. You hear all sorts of people threatening that they will leave the USA if Trump is elected. The media sure paints the picture that it would be a calamity if Trump got in. But at least with our North American political structure, we can at least have a race. Down in Peru, they don't even allow a democratic process to happen. If there is anyone opposing the current head of the country in an election, they just disqualify them from the race. They say that the form applying for nomination wasn't filled out right. Or they claim you broke the law by handing out money to voters. Or they come up with other creative ways to eliminate 2 of the top 5 opposing candidates. And funny thing, the guy most likely to give the current leader a run for his money was one of the disqualified parties. Crazy. But it would be nice to be able to eliminate the competition that easily, would...


 
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The USA and Canada have shared a border for years. And travel between both countries has been relatively painless. But now they are working on making it even easier to cross the border. In fact, Justin Trudeau intends to endorse a pre-clearance experiment that would allow people to clear customs at train stations, bus stations and off highways the same way they already can at several Canadian airports. Sounds good to me. Who really wants to wait in line? Nobody likes waiting. Not for borders. Not for lineups. Not for anything. No need to wait for biz growth with these solutions: Here's to opening the floodgates of new customers, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Now, I'm the first one to say that it's a good idea to stand out from the crowd in your line of work. And usually it is. Usually. But if you're a burglar with "GUCCI" tattooed across your forehead, it may not be the best idea given your line of work. Cops in California recently pulled over a suspect like this - identified him by his tattoos - and it led to his arrest & multiple weapon convictions when they searched his house. Did he stand out from everyone else? Absolutely. Would people remember after seeing him? You bet. Could this make it easier for victims to later identify him? Yup. And his targeted advertising helped him stand out from the crowd when the cops started scanning the market. Our solutions can help you identify your target market easier than if they had obvious ink done. http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to standing out from the crowd in a good way, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarke...

 
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In Beijing an elevator maintenance company ran into some trouble not long ago. Their workers went by a building to assess a problem and ended up turning the power to the elevator off. Turning the power off to a faulty elevator is standard procedure from what I've gathered. But not before you check to see if anyone's still inside the elevator. When the workers came back a month later to do the repairs, they found a corpse inside. Kinda highlights the importance of having a thorough system and blueprint to follow for operations, doesn't it? It reminds me of people who are trapped running using generic advertising systems for their biz. Just like this tragic elevator accident, it often doesn't end well. Avoid being a victim of poor planning: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to avoiding problems that can trap your business' growth, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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The other day I went to a tradeshow. It was aimed at people who liked fishing, off-roading, hunting and camping - outdoorsy people. It had virtually everything from guns and scopes to boats and trailers - pretty much anything outdoors related. So I went to have a look at what was out there. First off - it was incredibly busy. Wall-to-wall people and what seemed like hundreds of displays. With so many displays there are always a few that surprise me. Knitting related products? Roofing supplies? I feel sorry for these people. It would've cost a lot of money for them to have the display at the show. And yet, as I walked by they were sitting there looking bored with nobody interested in their products. They probably didn't have bad products. And they could've been the nicest people ever and had the best customer service in their industry. But they were trying to sell to the wrong crowd. If you can't effectively target the ...


 
 
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There's nothing like quickly boosting your sales numbers. It's something we all love to see. And there are all kinds of ways to do it. Lucky for you, we're covering one of the fastest ways that you can jack up your sales numbers in our latest podcast: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-brutal-bonuses-how-to-decrease-your-sales-with-one-easy-tactic/ The thing is - a LOT of people do this wrong and end up sabotaging their biz. Naturally, we show you how to avoid this as well. Here's to tactically increasing sales & avoiding poverty, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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There are very few ads that get my attention. Most often when I catch myself wondering: "Who would ever have approved this ad? And who would EVER think it was a good enough idea to spend money producing and running it?" It blows my mind the amount of waste-of-time-and-money advertising that's out there. But one of my favorites from a branding perspective are the AllState Insurance Mayhem commercials. One of my favorites is when Mayhem goes to test ride a motorcycle and purposely lays it down. Wrecks the whole thing. Reminds me of when I took my friends dirt bike out years ago. I digress. But it got me thinking - if you don't know what you're doing things can go wrong in a hurry. Just like in advertising: if you don't know how to setup a proper ad campaign, you could wreck your biz in minutes! http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to avoiding mayhem by properly setting up your advertising, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcas...

 
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Some things are just built to last. It's a common complaint from anyone over 30: "They don't built 'em like they used to." And every once in a while, you get a story or testimony that backs it up. Which is what I ran across the other day. Apparently a guy has a 1966 Volvo that has 3,273,895 miles on it. He claims that: "Everything is 100 percent. It has never broken down and it always starts right up no matter how hot or cold it is outside." That's a pretty good testimonial for Volvo. On that note, we've done a podcast that covers BOTH testimonials & cars where we further investigate this interesting form of social proof: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-how-testimonials-are-like-driving-a-fancy-car/ Here's to using tried and true methods to promote your biz, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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I'm sure I don't have to come up with many examples to prove a point that inexperience can be costly. But I couldn't pass this one up. In Texas, a criminal wanna-be tried his hand at a home invasion. Well, as he tried to go ahead with his attempted "home jacking" the owner began beating him with a metal pipe. Hmmmmm. In his hurry to escape getting beaten to death, he ran outside in the street, where he was promptly run over by his buddy in their getaway vehicle. I guess when he saw things starting to go sideways, the sidekick took off. Whoops. Not knowing what you're doing can cost you. It's the same when it comes to promoting your biz. Don't make the costly mistakes newbies make: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to avoiding the costly mistakes that come with inexperience, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com