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I recently did a video review of Copywriting Mastery by Brian Fanale.
Brian Fanale is one of the founders of My Lead System Pro and is arguably one of the best copywriters in the world.
In this review, I show you the back office of the Copywriting Mastery course so you know exactly what is in it.
I also explain what you’ll get from the course.
Here you go:
I hope you’ll join me every Wednesday for some free training.
There is a new presenter every week to give you the latest training and techniques to make you successful
in your internet marketing.
You’ll hear well-known successful marketers like, Rob Fore, Ray Higdon, Lena Bjorna, Michelle Pescosolido and many others.
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Here is some free training for you today from my friend Anji.
Anji tells how she went from thousands of dollars in debit to having a sustainable and successful online business allowing her to move to a tropical paradise.
You can do it too.
Hope you enjoy it and get some value.
After watching the training, CLICK HERE.
I worked for a guy who never told his employees anything good about what they were doing.
He was sure to point out when you screwed up and tell you you could be replaced. One woman worked for him for over 10 years and he never recognized her contribution to the company.
It was not a happy place to work. You did your job and went home.
If you have a network marketing company, you need to keep your team engaged and happy with recognition. It’s really easy these days to sponsor a team mate using the internet and then forget they exist.
Constant contact and recognition for even the smallest gains is necessary to keep your team. Without it, they are guaranteed to quit.
Napoleon Bonaparte knew the secret and he nearly conquered all of Europe.
He said, “I have made the most wonderful discovery, I have discovered men will risk their lives, even die, for ribbons and men will also die to avoid having their ribbons taken away.”
What ways have you found to give your employees or team members the recognition they deserve?
Leave a comment.
I have been watching Kyle Arrington for a couple of years now and she has a great story to tell that I’m sure many of you can identify with.
She wanted to be there for her children instead of working 40 hours a week and not making the kind of money she needed. So she started her online business.
Listen to Kyle’s story here:
As a musician, I’ve found that when I want to learn a new piece of music for performance, it’s best to memorize it.
It’s fine to go from a piece of sheet music but if you really want to create a memorable performance, the music should be part of you.
That requires memorization.
In learning a new piece of music, I find that going through the piece and finding the hard parts and learning them first is a good place to start.
Then start going from the beginning and learning the whole piece. When you reach the hard parts, you’ll already have them ironed out.
The hard parts are also, most frequently, the most memorable parts of the piece.
Once you have learned the piece, you can put emotion and part of yourself into it.
That’s how notable performances are created.
The same thing can be applied to almost any endeavor you pursue such as creating your own business.
What are the hard parts of creating a business that need to be tackled first?
It’s usually the things that we are not good at.
- Technical pieces
- Learning business practices
- Website design
- And so forth
It’s the stuff we really don’t want to do because they are not the creative part of our business. They are not what we have a passion for (generally speaking).
There are those odd people who love that stuff but if you’re like me, that’s not what you want to focus on.
But they are not just important, they are vital to your success. They are the foundation that needs to be set so you can succeed. When they are in place, you can pour your heart into the content you love of your business.
That’s a big reason why so many businesses fail.
They have not put a foundation on their business that will ensure its success.
Take a look at your endeavor. Have you set the basics in place?
If you’re really not good at something you can outsource it. Make sure outsourcing is budgeted in to your business plan.
It can save you a lot of headache.
Are good places to find some reliable outsources.
Another popular one that is inexpensive and great for beginning entrepreneurs is https://www.fiverr.com/s/7w3gnc
They have a list of people that will do a wide variety of tasks for just $5.
Usually they will also have upgrades to their offers for additional fees but it’s usually minimal.
For example, I got a professional radio sweep for my podcast for $25 that is fabulous.
Poke around on Fiverr and see what they have available.
You may be surprised at the value here.
In this interview with Steve Krivda, he talks about how much fun he has in network marketing and how it is his full-time employment.
Steve also tells his favorite way to promote his business and has some great tips for people just getting started.
Network marketing can be difficult but Steve proves that anyone can be successful by following successful people.
Here’s the podcast:
This week I was privileged to interview Ray Higdon.
Ray has become a household name in the network marketing industry and was the first person in his company to break a million dollars.
His simple techniques are a boon to struggling marketers.
You can listen to my interview here:
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