Seven Ways to Increase Revenues This Year
By John Whitt on January 19, 2020 in Marketing, Nurturing, Sales, Uncategorized
Have you ever made a mistake that so big it drove you to despair? Or even depression? I’ve made my share of doozy’s but each time I learned a valuable lesson. Looking back there was one lesson that has served me, and shaped me, throughout my entire career. Watch this video now to learn my most valuable lesson.
If you’re a business owner building a business you will encounter many areas and paths where you have no previous experience. Maybe it’s marketing or sales or operations or… anything. Digital marketing has turned the advertising world on its ear. It’s all new and it gets new again each day.
Watch this video to learn one simple step for achieving high performance results in challenging conditions.
Translating ideas into results can be a challenge. But before we get into solving that challenge, let’s start with a question…Who has more time than you know what to do with and can sit around all day watching daytime TV? Right, what a ridiculous question. It’s more like your running your fanny, as fast as you can, all day long. Then when the end of the day shows up you realize that there is still a boatload of crap that you didn’t get done or still needs to be done. Today in this video you can learn a new way…watch it now and unlock your best results.
“Imagine What You’ll Know Tomorrow” – as a quote from the movie Men in Black. (If you haven’t seen it, go watch it. A great movie.)
In the scene with this quote, Agent K is explaining the reality of aliens on Earth to James (soon to become Agent J).
J just learned about the aliens for the first time – fifteen minutes earlier.
K’s complete quote is:
“1500 years ago, everybody knew the Earth was the center of the Universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the earth was flat. And fifteen minutes ago, you knew that people were alone on this planet.”
“Imagine what you’ll know tomorrow.”
Jumping to the wrong conclusion is second nature. When a call is promised and it doesn’t happen, when someone acts or says something that goes against our grain we often jump to horribly inaccurate conclusions. That’s because we’re wired to view the worst that could happen as a first response.. We’re born with a protective […]