The greats are known for their accomplishments, their willingness to help others, and their ability to disrupt industries while doing good and collaborating with others like them sharing known strategies for ensuring success. Can you name a great that hasn’t had amazing accomplishments? No, of course not. Can you think of any great that didn’t […]

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You will not believe how many times I replanned the plan, refocused the focus and recharged my battery since starting this company 2/14/16. My goals have changed so much, targets have rearranged themselves during combat during a time when the aim is totally different from the strategy already in place. How do you continue to pull […]

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The evening of July 12, 2008, was a normal sunny southern California day, and I was in my office cold calling clients and making deals. Just 3 months prior I had self-published my book Selling: The Secret of Success that years later I updated and released as Sell or Be Sold. I had to self-publish […]

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By Anne Fisher, Monster contributor Want to accomplish big things in your career? First, get obsessed Forget slowing down to smell the roses. Author Grant Cardone told Monster that “obsession isn’t an affliction—it’s a gift. Use it.” We’ve all heard plenty of well-meaning advice like “Don’t work too hard,” “Success isn’t everything,” and “Bigger isn’t […]

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Whether you like him or not, Donald Trump will be the president soon. No matter what level of action he takes and what he does or doesn’t do, you don’t need him to succeed. Don’t depend on the government for your success. Don’t depend on politicians for your success. Don’t depend on the market for […]

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If patience is a virtue, then urgency is divine. You want to move with speed and urgency in your business—and your life. You won’t get big if you don’t move fast. Alexander the Great and Ghengis Khan knew this, so they built armies for speed and mobility. Speed is power. There is a direct relationship […]

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It is within the easy choices where comfort lies, it is within the hard choices where success lies. It is a common issue that people are conditioned to make the easier choices, as it is a matter of feeling comfortable. The easy choices seem the most natural due to how we are conditioned. We are […]

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For the past 3 days, I have encountered families with children, older men and women, students and the likes stranded and ‘forced’ to sleep overnight in the airport. As you may or may not know, I work with an airline out of PHL Airport and every night for the last 3 days – I seen […]

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I am Glad Success is Hard, here is Why!
 On the surface success is very difficult to attain especially when you are fooling with it – playing baby games. The definition of success and / or successful, according to Merriam-Webster is the correct or desired result of an attempt. The correct or desired result is only generalizing […]

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Too many people go on “staycations” and waste money visiting things like decaying Aztec temples which are distant memories of empires long gone. I love to travel… to blow up my business. If you’re taking vacations to “relax” and “unplug”, you’re doing it all wrong. While a vacation can feel like a relief, the point […]

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There are a number of companies who were once giants but have fallen into bankruptcy. Think Kodak, Blockbuster, and soon-to-be Barnes and Noble. The fact is, Amazon is dominating the book market, and if you’re not first, you’re last. B&N hasn’t been expanding the past few years, they’ve been closing stores and contracting. If you […]

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I went to a department store with my wife to get her some clothes and it was easier to steal something without even being noticed than to get any service. We couldn’t get anyone to even acknowledge we were there, even though we were two highly qualified buyers with the intention to buy. We got […]

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Earlier this week Amazon made their first commercial drone delivery. Some dude ordered a Fire TV and some popcorn near Cambridge in the U.K. and the drone, guided by GPS, flew 400 feet over the English countryside—over sheep and bails of hay, over small orchards and barns—until it set down in the grass just 13 […]

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I’m sure many of you have heard about King Solomon, King of Israel thousands of years ago. According to the Bible, he had 700 wives and 300 concubines—a harem of 1000! He really did things 10X. Solomon accumulated 1,400 chariots and 12,000 horses. He built a temple and overlaid it with gold. All of King […]

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Planet Earth is made up of many different elements such as molten rocks, dirt, metal—and probably a lot of other stuff that I missed in high school Science. What my high school teacher failed to teach the class was that Earth is primarily an economic planet. School also failed to teach me that economics doesn’t […]

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