Monthly Archives: November 2012

Natural Skills and Acquired Skills – Why You Shouldn’t Do It All Just Because You Can

Out of the Human Potential movement came the idea that people can do anything they want if they just put their minds and efforts into it. Unfortunately, this has lead to the idea that if you can do anything then … Continue reading

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How to Never Sell Again – The Art of Persuasion and Influence

If you’re like most people, the idea of selling fills you with fear and dread. Usually the image that comes to mind is that of a used car salesman – a backslapping, glad-handing, insincere person with a gift for gab, … Continue reading

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Getting the Most Out of a Mastermind Group

I first encountered the concept of mastermind groups reading Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, and I was invited to join such a group shortly thereafter. Most of the people in the group, including me, didn’t really know how … Continue reading

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The Entrepreneur’s Journey: Finding Your Talent Advantage and Using It

Summary: Learning who we are and where we fit in is one of life’s biggest challenges, and in business, it’s essential to success. Where do you fit with your business? And how does your business fit in, in terms of … Continue reading

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Successful Entrepreneurs and the Importance of Building a Team

Summary:  Many entrepreneurs see themselves as soloists, single individuals boldly taking risks by themselves. What many have learned the hard way is that success requires a team of people who can add their unique talent and skill to the mix.  … Continue reading

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