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TheFastestWayToGreatness
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Here we cover a quick hack to ratchet up your biz IQ & success rate. Goodwill Hunting

 
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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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It doesn't matter what industry you're in. It doesn't matter what the sales climate is. It doesn't matter whether you have an established business or not. The principles are the same. One of my favorite quotes is: "Every business owner deserves the right to learn how to increase sales, multiply their profits and mine every hidden asset and overlooked opportunity in their world." This quote came from Jay Abraham. He's called the $9 Billion Dollar Man, having helped generate an estimated $9 billion in sales increases for different people. And one of the lessons that I learned from him is the idea of looking outside your industry for inspiration. In each industry there are practices and systems that are seen as being normal. But to anyone outside of that industry, those practices could be a complete gamechanger. You can borrow our successful practices here: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to ...

 
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If given the choice, I will always choose the solution that offers the quickest results. Even if it takes more effort or cost at first. Why? I think it's a result of my weight training back in the day. Back then I used to lift as heavy as I could. Like 500lb deadlifts and 600lb squats - which was heavy enough for me. I loved this sort of training, as I could go to the gym, work like crazy and get everything done in a short amount of time. I wasn't into spending 3-4 hours in the gym doing arm curls like some reflection-lovin', nothing-better-to-do, steroid-pumping wannabeeee teenage bodybuilder. Nope. I'd rather get after it and get it done. And I look at it the same way when it comes to business. 'Specially online biz. What if the next training you took and put into action paid dividends well into the future? What if your next completed project changed your life forever? Would you drag it out...

 
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A political campaign that missed the mark: 3 key points to avoid giving your competition the victory when running your biz. Hello - Adele

 
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