May 06

What is your favorite sport? How often do you practice? If not why not? We recommend to all of our business partners to engage in one activity of their choosing and keep doing it at least 4 times a week if possible.

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Oct 30

Do you ever wonder how to increase businesses and reduce costs? Or creating the type of promotion your clients won’t forget?  The answers for these questions might be simpler than you think.  We have been using a low cost high converting strategy to grow our business in different countries from Europe to Asia and the results were impressive. We highly suggest you dive into learning more about Solo Ads. But wait what is solo ads?

Solo Ads are an email based advertising program agreed between two marketers or organizations to reach out to a list of subscribers that are registered to either one of them for a fixed price or performance based agreement.

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Oct 14

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Sep 29

One of the biggest obstacles in becoming an entrepreneur is fear. Think you are not afraid? Do you keep searching for the right opportunity but just can’t find the perfect deal? That’s fear. Your aversion to risk keeps you in constant analysis and research. This is commonly referred to as analysis paralysis. When this happens, you may end up doing nothing. Don’t let fear or perfection paralyze you.

Matt Clark, our featured entrepreneur guest these last few blogs, has this to say about perfection:

When trying to develop the “entrepreneur mindset” you must stop trying to be perfect. Frequently, if you haven’t achieved a goal it’s because you’re trying to do the perfect action or take the perfect path to achieving that goal.

The problem with this is that you don’t know what the perfect path is or else you would have already taken it. Being perfect leads to the perfect way to fail… doing nothing. The only way to make sure that you get anything done is by not trying to be perfect. Instead focus on taking action. Take that leap of faith, or take a lot of little hops of faith.

Don’t reflect too much on whether what you’re doing is perfect. If you experience a setback, the fastest way to get back on your feet emotionally is to take more action.

When you start taking action, and you stop reflecting on whether that action is perfect, you stop reflecting on your current situation. In order to take that new action, you actually have to focus on it, which means that your focus is not on the negatives of the current situation or how much stuff you have that you don’t like or don’t want. Your focus is on actually doing those new, positive action items.

Matt is right. Perfection is the enemy of motion. Perfection stops entrepreneurship. That is not to say there is no need for setting high standards and going out and achieving them. What we are saying is that too much focus on being perfect leads to inaction and focusing on the wrong things. Too much focus on perfection is usually a subconscious focus born out of fear.

You have your left brain—the logical, analytical, practical side of your world – which is usually where the need to be perfect lives. And you have your right brain—the creative, innovative, intuitive part of your world. And then you have the physical, the spiritual, and everything in between. Rising to meet your financial dreams takes all of it. It takes all of you. Just be careful not to let the desire for perfection ruin your dream of being an entrepreneur.

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Sep 13

Debt for many people today, is simply a fact of life. It’s the way they pay for just about everything from big-ticket items like homes and cars to daily purchases like gasoline and chewing gum. At its most basic definition, debt is simply an amount of money borrowed by one party from another. Under this definition, debt sounds neither good nor bad. A closer look at the subject provides a more sophisticated way of both viewing indebtedness.

Good Debt
There’s no better example of the old adage “it takes money to make money” than good debt. Good debt helps you generate income and increases your net worth. Four notable examples of good debt include:

1. Technical or College Education
Education has long been synonymous with success. In general, the more education an individual has, the greater the person’s earning potential. Education also has a positive correlation with the ability to find employment opportunities. Better educated workers are more likely to be employed in good-paying jobs, and tend to have an easier time finding new opportunities should the need arise. An investment in a technical or college degree is likely to pay for itself within just a few years of the newly educated worker entering the workforce. Over the course of a lifetime, educated workers are likely to rack up a return on investment measuring in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

2. Small Business Ownership
Making money is the whole point to starting a small business. Earning income is a primary benefit of entrepreneurship, with being your own boss also a positive result of the endeavor. Not only can you avoid reliance on a third-party to hire you and give you a paycheck, but your earnings potential can be directly improved by your willingness to work hard. With a bit luck, you can turn your drive and ambition into a self-sustaining enterprise and perhaps down the line, an initial public offering (IPO) that results in major wealth.

3. Real Estate
There are a variety of ways to make money in real estate. On the residential front, the simplest strategy often involves buying a house and living in it for a few decades before selling it a profit. Residential real estate can also be used to generate income, by taking in a boarder or renting out the entire residence. Commercial real estate can also be an excellent source of cash flow and capital gains for investors.

4. Investing
Short-term investing provides an opportunity to generate income, and long-term investing may be the best opportunity most people have to generate wealth. The wide variety of available investments from traditional stocks and bonds to alternatives investments, commodities, futures and precious metals (just to name a few) provides an array of choices for just about every need and every risk tolerance.
No Guarantees
While good debt may seem like a great idea, it is important to realize that even the best ideas don’t always work out as intended. A second look at those four “good debt” categories underscores the point.

The Downside of Higher Education
In and of itself, an education is not a guaranteed ticket to wealth and success. A field of study must be chosen carefully, as not all degrees and designations offer equal opportunities in the marketplace. Difficult economic conditions must also be taken into consideration, as lucrative career opportunities will be more difficult to obtain during economic downturns. Workers who are unwilling to relocate to areas where their skills are in demand or unwilling to accept low-paying, entry-level jobs may find their degrees don’t deliver the expected returns.

The Risks of Small Business Ownership
Like any business venture, small businesses run the risk of failure. Hard work, a good game plan and a little bit of luck may all be necessary to help you fulfill the dream of working for yourself.

The Real Estate Money Pit
Until just a few years ago, buying real estate seemed like a guaranteed win for most homeowners, as price appreciation over time was more the norm than not in good neighborhoods. Downward fluctuations in global real estate prices have taught many homeowners that price appreciation is not guaranteed. On the other hand, real estate taxes, homeowners association fees and home maintenance costs last forever.

Investing
Investing can be a complex and volatile process. Just as fortunes can be made, they can also be lost. Do-it-yourself investing isn’t the right path for all investors, and even hiring help doesn’t guarantee a positive result.

Bad Debt
While even “good debt” can have a downside, certain debts are downright bad. Items that fit into this category include all debts incurred to purchase depreciating assets. In other words, “if it won’t go up in value or generate income, you shouldn’t go into debt to buy it.” Some particularly notable items related to bad debt include:

1. Cars
Vehicles are expensive. New cars, in particular, cost a lot of money. While you may need a vehicle to get yourself to work and to run the errands that make up everyday life, paying interest on a car is simply a waste of money. By the time you leave the car lot, the vehicle is already worth less than it was when you bought it.

Put your ego aside and pay cash for a used car, if you can afford to do so. If you can’t, buy the least expensive reliable vehicle you can find and pay it off as quickly as you can. Buyers who insist on living beyond their means and financing a new car should look for a loan with little to no interest on it. While you’ll still be spending a large amount of money for something that eventually depreciates until it is worthless, at least you won’t be paying interest on it.
2. Clothes, Consumables and Other Goods and Services
It’s often said that clothes are worth less than half of what consumers pay to purchase them. If you look around a used clothing store, you’ll see that “half” is being generous. In addition to clothing, vacations, fast food, groceries and gasoline, these are all items commonly bought with borrowed money. Every penny spent in interest on these items is money that could have been used more wisely elsewhere.

3. Credit Cards
Credit cards are one of the worst forms of bad debt. The interest rates charged are often significantly higher than the rates on consumer loans and the payment schedules are arranged to maximize costs for the consumer. Keeping a balance on a credit card is rarely a good idea.

The Gray Area
In between good debt and bad debt is a gray area that generates a lot of controversy. Three hot button topics in this realm include:

Consolidation Loans
For consumers who are already in debt, consolidating higher-interest debt by taking out a loan at a lower rate of interest is a great idea, in theory. In reality, it often just frees up cash flow that consumers use to fund new debt.

Borrowing to Invest
Leveraging, or borrowing money at a low interest rate and investing at a higher rate of return (most likely with a margin account), may appear to investors as a solid way to receive better than expected results. Unfortunately, with it come numerous risks for the inexperienced and the potential hazard of losing a significant amount of money and being required to compensate your broker for the borrowed funds used in trading.

Credit Card Reward Programs
There are some great credit card reward programs available for consumers. The money spent using credit cards can help buyers earn free airline tickets, free cruises, cash back and a host of other benefits. The danger here is that the interest spent on the credit card debt offsets the value of the rewards.

Conclusion
There is certainly an argument to be made that no debt is good debt. Unfortunately, few people can afford to pay cash for everything they purchase. With that in mind, a motto of “everything in moderation” is the right approach to take where debt is concerned. Remember, even “good” debt has a potentially bad downside.

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Sep 12

Welcome to our series of videos! In the video of today we answered one question that is most common in between our clients.

How do I manage my finances?

in short:

  • Create a Budget forecast of how much you can spend in a month.
  • Collect receipts of every purchase you make.
  • Create an Income Statement of your finances.
  • Do not spend more than what you make.
  • Learn the difference between Good debt vs Bad Debt.

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Aug 03

Expressing your desire for entrepreneurship 15 years ago would have created laughter and an assumption that you’re crazy. The tables have turned. Entrepreneurship has become one of the most respected and intelligent paths to take. It’s saved our economy and moves our culture forward.

Dream “jobs” are disappearing fast. Creating your ideal opportunity is the new normal. A lot of people are getting into entrepreneurship but with a blurred perspective. They think all they need is passion and work ethic. Those people are in for a rough ride, unless they understand these five powerful truths.

You can either play it safe or become successful, but you can’t do both.

1. Failure is the only thing guaranteed. Michael Jordan, the epitome of success, has said “I have failed over and over again, but that’s why I succeed.” How you respond to failure determines your success. Successful entrepreneurs are paid for their high tolerance for stress and pain.

 

Successful people see failure different than the majority. Stay loyal to yourself through failure. Instead of taking failure personally, use it to sharpen your perspective and strengthen your commitment. Most new entrepreneurs beat themselves up but, to gain the competitive advantage, you must leverage failure for even greater success.

Failure adds to your hunger and real hunger comes from tough times. Good luck finding hunger in the kids who have had everything given to them.

2. Habits trump inspiration. Inspiration is needed to create consistent action but your habits are ultimately going to define your success or failure.

It’s been said after seminars and conferences only 5 percent actually use what they’ve learned. Why? It’s because inspiration is short term, feels good in the moment, but doesn’t last past the activity producing it.

The biggest inspiration of all is seeing progress and results, which comes from new habits. When you begin the formation of a new habit, stick to it and see the lasting change in your new-found life. Great entrepreneurs focus on behavior and habits more than thought. Thinking is important, but doing is crucial.

3. Resourcefulness is the ultimate resource. The majority of people will say they don’t have the resources. This resource belief structure keeps most people from building the world-class businesses they are capable of.

 

The great entrepreneurs find a way to maximize whatever resources they have, as little as that may be.They don’t believe in limited resources because they understand the ultimate resources are the feelings and emotions that make them resourceful. Tony Robbins, the well known life coach and motivational speaker, says is perfectly. “Resourcefulness is the ultimate resource.”

If you don’t have the money, but you are creative enough can you find the money? YES!  With enough determination and commitment can you make it work with little resources. The ultimate key is internal emotions.

4. Your circle of influence will make or break you. Leaving your mind open to the negative influence of other people is the most common weakness of new entrepreneurs. Poor choices of influence heads the top of the list of reasons most entrepreneurs quit prematurely.

To grow, learn and become the person who achieves big success requires an exceptional supporting network. Successful entrepreneurs surround themselves with a powerful circle of influence who guide, challenge and help them think bigger.

Success rises and falls on who you associate with. Stay aware of your surroundings. You can systematize a lot of things but time isn’t one of them, so make sure you’re spending it with the right people.

5. It’s not easy but it’s worth it. The bigger the goals, the bigger the challenges. The bigger the rewards, the tougher the journey.

If becoming an entrepreneur was easy, everybody would be doing it and it  wouldn’t be worth much. The moment you pursue entrepreneurship, obstacles will show up. They test your character and faith but let you see if you’re really serious about becoming an entrepreneur.

You must focus on  the rewards on the other side of struggle. Visualize how good it will feel being your own boss, controlling your schedule, inspiring others and creating financial freedom. Chaos is guaranteed when you strive for entrepreneurial greatness. It’s important you accept that instead of fighting  it. You’ll never know how strong you are until being strong is the only option you have.

Still want to be an entrepreneur? Good, I promise it’s worth it.

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May 15

During the hot summer seasons, one of the famous things that people do is none other than to go to the beaches. Beach volleyball is a popular sport played on the beach. Beach volleyball tournaments are held during the hot summer months where people can enjoy both the sun and stay fit. But more than just a game, they say that there’s a connection between beach volleyball and entrepreneurship.

Being an entrepreneur is more than just having to sell something, be it a physical product or services. The process that a new business owner will have to go through in order for him or her to be successful in their business endeavors can be a long and sometimes troublesome journey. But like what most people who have become successful in global entrepreneurship have to say, running a business is like a game of sport.

Entrepreneurs say that there is actually a very close relation between sports and businesses, not to mention that most of the popular sports figures have an inclination to be an advertiser for companies or sometime become a part owner of one. However, in reality, the business world is actually like a sports tournament. Businesses involve players, a set of rules and a playing court.

Like a sports team, even a single owned business still requires teamwork and cooperation between the owner and the entire staff. Everyone must work together and perform their different roles in the company in order for the entire business operation to run smoothly. The quality of the teamwork displayed within the business will greatly affect how the customers will respond to the products or services that are being sold to them. Both in court and businesses, the teams that don’t work together as a whole will eventually lose to their competitors.

It is important that all the members of the team know their different roles and function in the business. This also means that they should have a clear business strategy that they can follow. Coming up with sound business strategies shouldn’t only be the job of the coach or business owner, sometimes the members can share their insights and observations on how the business might be able to improve its performance. The main role of the business owner is to exercise good leadership skills. If something needs to be changed, it is the leader who should first execute the needed change. The example set by the owner of the business is a strong motivation for all the people involved in the business organization.

Like the game of beach volleyball, entrepreneurs should expect that there will always be ups and downs in their business. But always remember that what’s important is that you do what you love and you’re having fun even during the down times. Always go the extra mile and please your customers. Keep in mind that it is not about winning or losing but it is doing what you love the most.

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