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Here Is My Daily Biz Tip
Created on March 21st, 2011

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TerriLPattioMLMmento
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Mar 21st 2011 at 12:51 PM
Well I decided to start this today. Here is the first one.

In old age, people are usually sorry for the things they did not
do rather than for the things they did do.

See you tomorrow.
Terri


GT Bulmer
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Mar 21st 2011 at 20:05 PM

Hi, Terri: Thanks for the inspiring tip. You are so right, but it's too bad that by the time we get that perspective it's sometimes too late to make corrections. The good news is that we can start today, right now, to make positive changes that we will feel good about when we look back on them later.

GT :-)


Steve Keenan
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Mar 22nd 2011 at 5:54 AM
Couldn't agree more GT! It's never too late to change towards a positive attitude or build bridges once broken, that I'm sure is one we can all admit to!

All the best
Steve Keenan


TerriLPattioMLMmento
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Mar 22nd 2011 at 8:30 AM
Just wanted to share this information with you that my mentor shared with me a few years ago.

21 Basic Laws Of Business Success

Law #1: Always target a niche market. (If you want to get rich target a niche, if you want to go broke, market to all the folks.)

Law #2: Identifying a problem in that niche market is priority #1.

Law #3: Creating a desired solution for that problem is priority #2.

Law #4: Delivering that solution for a profit to your niche market is priority #3.

Law #5: Gain confidence from your target market by giving true value.

Law #6: Establish your authority through originality.

Law #7: Innovation trumps imitation.

Law #8: Give – then give some more.

Law #9: Never greet a new subscriber with a message asking for money.

Law #10: Don’t be deceitful, devious or dishonest as it only leads to disaster.

Law #11: Be truthful to be received as trustworthy.

Law #12: Boldness and brilliance will break your income records.

Law #13: Be daring by using the freshness of your individuality.

Law #14: It’s about the targeted traffic conversion, not the targeted traffic collecting.

Law #15: Be authentic and different by substantiating your claims.

Law #16: Don’t just say it, prove it.

Law #17: Implementation is everything. If you don’t implement what you know, it’s like you never knew it all.

Law #18: Knowing is not proven in what you say, it’s proven in what you do.

Law #19: Without relationships, there are no exchanges of products or services for money.

Law #20: All success, accomplishments and achievements are found on roads that travel through other people.

Law #21: When you screw other people, you have screwed yourself.

Have a great day everyone.


GT Bulmer
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Mar 22nd 2011 at 10:08 AM

Thanks for the note, Steve. And thanks, Terri, for the inspirational list of Laws of Business Success. I like them all, but the last one is particularly meaningful.

GT :-)


TerriLPattioMLMmento
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Mar 22nd 2011 at 11:18 AM
Yes it is very important, and many online and offline marketers should take heed too.


jaypableo
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Mar 22nd 2011 at 19:55 PM
Very impressive and informative discussion.

Yes Steve, everything has a room for the best by correcting the mistakes of the past and it's better late than never to change at all to a more positive perspective.

The 21 basic laws of business success shared by Terri is very essential to follow and put into action by on/off line marketers, rather than take drastic actions by marketing all kinds of folks, thinking to gain fast results but ended up to frustrations.

Have a great day!


ric_worthy
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Mar 23rd 2011 at 9:18 AM
I really like #9. It should be tattooed on the backs of the hands of all internet marketers particularly the huge bulk of bad ones.
It's like asking "Will you marry me?" to every person you just met What is really scary is if they say yes.


GT Bulmer
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Mar 23rd 2011 at 9:45 AM

LOL, great analogy, Ric! There have been a whole lot of "broken marriages" as a result of not following rule #9!

GT :-)


Scott Miller
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Mar 23rd 2011 at 17:31 PM
Here's a biz tip that might seem against logic.

Create VALUE for the client first, with THEIR best interests at heart, NOT YOURS.

People are not traffic, targeted traffic, leads, etc..

They are people who want something, and if you position yourself in a way that you are the one who can provide what they want, better than anyone else can - money will follow.

If you yourself aren't adding any value to anything, why should you be paid?


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