Tony Robbins’ stamp of approval

You know you’ve done something right when Tony Robbins interviews you on the topics of success, wealth and having breakthroughs, as he recently did with two of my mentors, Frank Kern and John Reese. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Frank and John, they’re two of the most accomplished and pioneering Internet marketers…

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A marketing lesson from a master

Photo by azrainman Truth be told, for years, dating back to waaaaay before he got much media attention, I couldn’t stand the late, great Billy Mays.  Yes, the ultimately likeable guy who was just in the midst of a surge in popularity due to his hit show, Pitchmen.  Yet, for the longest time, the sight…

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Mass Control – The Mass Influence of Frank Kern

After having a week to reflect on everything I observed at Frank Kern’s Mass Control 2.0 seminar in San Diego, it’s pretty easy to see how influential Frank is to his audience — not a new revelation, but something deeper struck me. Not only does his following hang onto his every word when he dishes…

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Do-it-yourself Consumer Warning

With the mindless talking heads spreading frightful thoughts of swine flu, I thought this picture was both funny and relevant to the times 😉

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The Economy of Fear

Welcome to the Great Anxiety (not the new Depression). It’s no secret that were facing a serious economic situation throughout the country, with global repercussions. A lot of fingers can be pointed in a lot of different places for total and what got us here. But none of that matters, to be honest. What matters…

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You give salesmanship a bad name

No, this post is not nearly as much about Slippery When Wet era Bon Jovi as the above title might almost indicate. What I do want to focus on is a general world view that’s held by many in our society, related to business. See, recently a friend of mine referenced me in his blog…

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Thanksgiving is for turkeys

Alright…before you peg me as some ungrateful fool, I just want to clarify the title of this post, on this day of celebrating thanks in the US. First off, I love turkeys!  They’re entertaining when they gobble and taste great!! But in all seriousness, Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday (and I’ve found myself telling…

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Psychological Triggers and Survival

Is comfort the enemy?  I mean people seem to be getting lazier as we advance further technologically and otherwise.  What else could it be?  I truly believe that comfort can be a hindrance, in many regards, to personal and societal achievement. Take this political season, for instance.  A bit further out, candidates were focusing on…

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Video Podcasting To Improve Branding, Search Engine Rankings and Traffic Generation

As YouTube is currently listed as the #3 most visited site on Internet, grabbing just under 20% of global Internet users per day (according to Alexa.com), it should come as no surprise that video has revolutionized the way communication occurs online.  The power of video lies in that it allows video publishers to form powerful…

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Getting Onto Page 1 of Google

I’ve recently presented information on social media marketing to a few groups of entrepreneurs.  I was very pleased with how well it was received, so I’ve decided to share the fundamental concepts in the video below. It’s about an hour and twenty minutes, so grab a cold beverage, some snacks, a note pad and enjoy!

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