Here Are 10 Reasons Why You Should Never Put An Expiration Date On Your Dreams

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10 Reasons You Should Never Put An Expiration Date On Your Dreams

 

By  on February 21, 2013

When we think of dreams, it often times seems like some far away reality that we’re in constant pursuit of. We tend to visualize our dreams as fairy-tales that are void of challenges and failures. Reality just gets in the way of a perfect picture of successful bliss.

Do we ever visualize heart-ache or setbacks? No, not really! … But I guess that would be more like a nightmare!

I often think about why some people have an insatiable appetite to make their dreams come true, while others desperately talk about them in hopes of igniting their own action towards them.

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The biggest reason I have observed is, …………………

 

Read more here:

http://www.n2itivsolutions.com/2013/02/21/10-reasons-you-should-never-put-an-expiration-date-on-your-dreams/

 

Gary ONeil

Gary ONeil

I started my career like any other budding entrepreneur; I dropped out of college to start my own business. I attended the University of Colorado in Boulder.< Read more >

 

 

 

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Do You Want To Know 5 Stupid Mistakes that Will Kill Your Sales Email?

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In this article Mark Hunter of thesaleshunter.com gives some really good advice,

if you are thinking about using email in your marketing.

 

5 Stupid Mistakes that Will Kill Your Sales Email

You may think you’re sending a great email, but don’t kid yourself.

Chances are you’re making one of the following fatal mistakes.

1. Using the first 15 words in the email to explain how great you are.

Most likely you’re writing your sales prospecting emails while working on a desktop or laptop computer and that alone is going to hurt you.

Reason is simple.

People tend to check their emails on their smartphones, and when they do, they’re making a 2-second judgment based on the subject line and the first few words of the email.

The best solution is …..

Read more here:

http://thesaleshunter.com/5-stupid-mistakes-that-will-kill-your-sales-email/

 

Copyright 2014, Mark Hunter “The Sales Hunter.” Sales Motivation Blog. Mark Hunter is the author of High-Profit Selling: Win the Sale Without Compromising on Price.

Related Video:

http://thesaleshunter.com/video-sales-tip-fastest-way-to-close-more-sales/

 

I hope this article was helpful for you. I found it very useful.

FRED

 

 

Here Are A Few Guidelines for Starting Your Own Business

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Guidelines for Starting Your Own Business

Starting a company can be a road to success or failure in the trip.

Starting a company can be a road to success or failure in the trip. The risks are numerous and even if successful, may your dreams come true, so the owner never imagine. Many individuals start their particular business in the hope that they can achieve their dreams. There are several points to think about each time a person is preparing to launch their particular business.

1 The Startup capital must be high before you start a business. Many business owners have little money to invest when they will set up their business, and so each goes out and blow plenty of money.

 

Read More Here:

https://exploreb2b.com/articles/guidelines-for-starting-your-own-business

 

About The Author :

Samuel C. Hall work as a consultant at Writing firm which offers Cheap Essay Writing service. He also writes articles about Business startup, Education and student life.

Here Are 11 Social Media Myths You Should Ignore

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11 Social Media Myths You Should Ignore

What’s the biggest social media myth you’ve heard? For us it’s either Google Plus is a waste of time or LinkedIn is just for recruitment companies.

The infographic below from Sparks and Honey gives you 11 social media myths to ignore and explains the truth behind each.

 

READ MORE HERE:

http://blog.red-website-design.co.uk/2014/05/30/11-social-media-myths-you-should-ignore/#more-5219

If you’re in business, you’ll find loads of marketing tips here: red-blog.co.uk

 

 

Should You File For Bankruptcy? This will help you make a decision.

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Should You File For Bankruptcy?

written by:
Derek Whitney  
February 25, 2013

Filing for bankruptcy is an intensely personal decision that depends on a person’s current financial situation and future financial goals. There are also some alternatives to bankruptcy that could be pursued first.

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Filing for bankruptcy is an intensely personal decision that depends on a person’s current financial situation and future financial goals. There are many different types of bankruptcy, and which type of bankruptcy applies depends on the situation. There are also some alternatives to bankruptcy that could be pursued first.

How Bankruptcy Works
For most people, the types of bankruptcy usually being discussed are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves liquidating most of a person or household’s assets in exchange for the discharge of most of their debts. There are still some debts that are not discharged under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, such as student loans. A financial adviser should be consulted to find out exactly which debt would be covered and which assets would be lost……

READ MORE HERE:

https://exploreb2b.com/articles/should-you-file-for-bankruptcy

Image Credit: peasap

Related Videos:

Three Ways To Avoid The Need To File For Bankruptcy – Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eIjoZqcUSw

What you Should Know Before Filing For Bankruptcy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52rK33qYFdA

 

 

What If Your Prospects Are Not Using Social Media?

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What If Your Prospects Are Not Using Social Media?

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Much of the discussion revolving around social sales talks about how you can leverage social media to increase your selling effectiveness. This is predicated on the formula … I’m on LinkedIn + he’s on LinkedIn = sale (b.t.w., it’s not that simple). What if he is not on LinkedIn, or Twitter, or Facebook, or … nothin’?

The good news is that, even in this worst-case scenario, you can still use your social media skills and tools to reach out to these people! But first …

READ MORE HERE:

http://maximizesocialbusiness.com/prospects-using-social-media-12969/

About the Author:

Craig Jamieson

This monthly Social Sales column is contributed by Craig M. Jamieson. Craig has been in B2B sales since 1977 and during that time has served in a variety of positions including; sales manager, division sales manager, national sales manager, district manager, and as a business owner. He is the managing partner of Adaptive Business Services in Boise, Idaho which owns and operates NetWorks! Boise Valley B2B Networking Groups, is a Nimble Social CRM & HootSuite Solution Partner, a TTI Performance Systems VAA, and Craig also conducts workshops and seminars relating to sales and social business applications. +Craig Jamieson

 

 

Here Are A Few Things That We Can Do With Our IPhone When We Are Traveling

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Here Are A Few Things That We Can Do With Our IPhone When We Are Traveling

If you are planning to go on a vacation and want to take your iPhone as one of your companions, then you may definitely do so and still enjoy its use. There are several things that you can do with your iPhone when you are traveling.

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Let’s discuss them one by one…

Read More Here:

https://exploreb2b.com/articles/here-are-few-things-that-we-can-do-with-our-iphone-when-we-are-traveling

 

Author Bio:
Mason Brown is marketing lead at Arcapps.com, which provides qualityapp development using advanced technologies. It is my passion to write on technology subjects, because this is the age of technology revolution.

 

The Crossroads of Should and Must

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The Crossroads of Should and Must

This is a story about two roads — Should and Must. It’s a pep talk for anyone who’s chosen Should for far too long — months, years, maybe a lifetime — and feels like it’s about time they gave Must a shot

There are two paths in life: Should and Must. We arrive at this crossroads over and over again. And each time, we get to choose.

Over the past year I’ve chosen Must again and again. And it was petrifying. And at times it was dark. But I would never, ever, trade this past year for anything. This essay is my three biggest takeaways from the experience. It’s for anyone who is thinking of making the jump from Should to Must. Anyone looking to follow the energy deep within their chest but aren’t quite sure how.

Should is how others want us to show up in the world — how we’re supposedto think, what we ought to say, what we should or shouldn’t do. It’s the vast array of expectations that others layer upon us. When we choose Should the journey is smooth, the risk is small.

Must is different—there aren’t options and we don’t have a choice.

Must is who we are, what we believe, and what we do when we are alone with our truest, most authentic self. It’s our instincts, our cravings and longings, the things and places and ideas we burn for, the intuition that swells up from somewhere deep inside of us. Must is what happens when we stop conforming to other people’s ideals and start connecting to our own. Because when we choose Must, we are no longer looking for inspiration out there. Instead, we are listening to our calling from within, from some luminous, mysterious place.

Must is why Van Gogh painted his entire life without ever receiving public recognition.

 

READ MORE HERE:

https://medium.com/editors-picks/90c75eb7c5b0

 

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MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES: MISSING THEM IS COSTING YOUR BUSINESS

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MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES: MISSING THEM IS COSTING YOUR BUSINESS


Marketing Opportunities Missed

Knowing how to identify potential marketing opportunities can be the difference between loyal long-term customers and more underwhelmed members of the general public.

This might sound very generalised, but it is happening right now. In your business.

And it’s costing you.

Money is being left on the table, repeat custom is being missed, increased scope is being overlooked andcustomer perception is being restricted.

Marketing opportunities happen all the time. There might be occasions when you realise afterwards that you missed the boat on something that had potential. Most of the time though, it simply passes you by and you’renone the wiser.

Think about it like this. You’re studying a piece of art or a photograph for a few minutes, taking in all its beauty and creativity.

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Then, a friend or colleague walks over and points out something that you’ve completely missed. And as soon as you see it, you cannot stop seeing it.

READ MORE HERE:

http://stuartjdavidson.com/marketing-opportunities-business-money/

 

About Author:  Stuart J Davidson

Stuart is a freelance social and digital marketer from London, UK. Stuart blogs atStuartJDavidson.com, where he shares his marketing experiences from working with over 50 businesses. He is the author of How to Win in Social Media and co-founded Thinking Forwards, a web design and development company.

 

 

 

What to Do When Social Media Is Not Working For Your Business

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What to Do When Social Media Is Not Working For Your Business

social media how toIs social media not working for you?

Are you struggling to form a social media connection with your audience?

Have you found that the recommended “getting started” tips and tricks for social campaigns just haven’t resonated with your followers?

The truth is, while there are plenty of audiences that respond well to social media marketing attempts, there are others that don’t for a number of different reasons.

In this article you’ll find out how to recognize the variables that could result in an audience-marketer mismatch and how to work around them.

READ MORE HERE:

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/social-media-is-not-working/

 

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Eric is the CEO of digital marketing agency Single Grain. He also interviews entrepreneurs on business and personal growth tips on his blog, Growth Everywhere. Other posts by  »