Weekly Update – February 19, 2020x

A Note From Jim Worrying vs. Doing Spend less time worrying about stuff and more time doing. That’s the mantra. I remember on one of my favorite TV shows, “Gold Rush,” one of the characters in the Klondike. He’s a hardened “Viking” named Tony Beets. His motto is basically, “We can stand around all day…

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Weekly Update – February 19, 2020

A Note From Jim Worrying vs. Doing Spend less time worrying about stuff and more time doing. That’s the mantra. I remember on one of my favorite TV shows, “Gold Rush,” one of the characters in the Klondike. He’s a hardened “Viking” named Tony Beets. His motto is basically, “We can stand around all day…

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Member’s Update – February 14, 2020

A Paycheck Doesn’t Equal Self Worth

When I was in the mortgage business waaaaay back in the early 1990’s, your self-worth was all about your “production” and how much you had in the “pipeline!”

Your value was measured in dollars and cents.

You were great (or crap) based on a number…

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Weekly Update – February 12, 2020

A Note From Jim Which Is Better, Testimonials or Case Studies? People often confuse testimonials with case studies. A testimonial is where somebody says they got a specific result with your product or service, or they give their opinion about your product or service based on their experience with it. A case study is the…

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When… [video]

Every year I go to Aruba with a stack of books because this is typically the time of year that I take a break and catch up on books I’ve wanted to read throughout the year. This year I took a suggestion from my assistant Soosan and bought a book by Daniel Pink titled, “When”. …

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Member’s Update – February 7, 2020

Mental Vapor Lock

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with EVERYTHING that has to get done.

We make big pictures of the crushing “to do” list… or worse, have no list written down and try to keep track of it all in our heads.

Add in a lack of time… a lack of sleep… and some financial pressure to the mix and you end up with what I call “Mental ‘Vapor Lock”!

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Turn any piece of content into a sales making machine when you fly under people’s anti-sales radar! [video]

Back in 2001 I was not in a great place though it turns out I had an awesome opportunity in front of me and I didn’t even know it. I had no money for ads and there wasn’t really anywhere to buy them… but I needed to stay on people’s radar. How did I do…

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Getting Potential Customers in the Right Zone to Buy – SCCMH [Podcast 55]

“Getting Potential Customers in the Right Zone to Buy – Podcast 55”

Jim Edwards and Stew Smith discuss the importance getting your readers / listeners of your sales copy in the right zone to buy. Different emotions need to get poked and you do that with your story and offer.

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Weekly Update – February 5, 2020

A Note From Jim Reinventing Yourself: 3 Insights Every Entrepreneur Needs If you want to experience a change in your life so you can reach your goals and deepest desires, I’ve got a few insights for you that I hope will help you on your journey. Insight #1 – Change Is Scary for People Who…

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What is your most valuable business asset? [video]

At Funnel Hacking Live somebody asked me, what’s your most valuable business asset? I had to think about it for a second and over the years it has changed. Has yours? 

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