February 2017

How to Profit From a True Sense of Urgency

By |Monday, February 20, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

“I can’t believe she just gave up,” commented my doubles partner Fran.

All I could say at the time was, “It is so incredibly sad.”

You see, it went down like this…

We were at three-all in the first set of our tennis match. We broke our opponents serve and took the lead at 4 – […]

The Most Important Instagram Strategy for Small Businesses

By |Thursday, February 16, 2017|

By Daven Michaels

Typical Instagram users are pretty passive. They like to post pictures with a bunch of hashtags, maybe reply to a few comments, and otherwise sit back with their fingers crossed, hoping that the results are about to start magically rolling in.

Business owners justify this lazy approach because Instagram is mostly used as a […]

Love Yourself First: Rid Your Live of Self-Sabotaging Behaviors

By |Monday, February 13, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

We all want to live a better life. We want success, great health, good relationships and more. But ironically we often end up being our own worst enemies, sabotaging our best efforts both consciously and unconsciously.

There are many reasons for self-sabotage. They can include fear of failure, fear of success, fear of change, […]

Positive Thinking Won’t Make You Rich… But This “Type” Of Thinking Will

By |Thursday, February 9, 2017|

By Harv Eker

Whenever you’re feeling down on your luck or efforts, how many times have you heard someone say, “Just be positive, it will all be okay.”

Or how many times have you told your own self to keep your chin up and that things would look better in due time?

I think we’ve all experienced and […]

7 Surefire Ways to Profit Online

By |Monday, February 6, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

Can you write?

If so, then you can make big money online.

Now, I’m not talking about writing like Shakespeare, Stephen King or James Patterson.

I’m not even talking about writing with such perfect grammar that your high school English teacher would smile from ear to ear.

Instead, I’m referring to your ability to use simple English […]

Healthy Food, Healthy Family, Healthy Business

By |Thursday, February 2, 2017|

By Lynda Goldman

Like many of you, I’m on the journey to health.  I’ve just been hauling around my backpack of brown rice and granola for longer than most people.

Only now my virtual backpack is more likely to carry Goji berries, chia seeds, and coconut oil.

Most people I know reach a tipping point in their journey […]

January 2017

The “One” Thing

By |Monday, January 30, 2017|

By MaryEllen Tribby

Many of us think we need to get dozens of things done each day. This includes completing all of our business tasks to coaching out our kid’s little league team.

This is why many business tasks are not done properly and why we are disappointed with our daily outcome most days.

The bottom line is […]

Best Business Advice Ever

By |Thursday, January 26, 2017|

By Marilee Sears

The Entrepreneurial Dilemma

I grew up in an entrepreneurial family: my father was a dentist that owned and operated a private practice for almost 50 years, employing a team of 8-12 at any given time. My Mom owned a day care center directly across the street […]

Finding A Good Idea for Your Book, Part 2

By |Monday, January 23, 2017|

By Robert W. Bly

Last week we shared the first five ideas of how to get an idea for your book. If you missed it, go right here.

Here are Bob’s remaining strategies..

6.      WRITING ABOUT YOUR HOBBY

Finding A Good Idea for Your Book

By |Thursday, January 19, 2017|

By Robert W. Bly

Many people who attend my book publishing seminars already have a book idea in mind. Others, however, have a strong desire to write a book, but are stuck on coming up with a suitable topic. If you fall into this category, here are ten sources of ideas for books you may want […]