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Unlock the Master of Gratitude Within You: Join Our Thankful Novem-Notes Challenge! 🍁

Are you a MASTER at gratitude? Or perhaps improving your gratitude practice is on your to-do list? Or, mayhaps you are brand new to a practice of gratitude, though you are interested in learning more. Last year, one of my book clubs decided to do a gratitude practice, beginning on the 1st of November. Some days (like Q and X) were a little harder than others, though it was a fun way to think about the things we are grateful for. This year, we are going to do a repeat of this challenge, called Thankful Novem-Notes. Each day, we will [...]

Unlock the Master of Gratitude Within You: Join Our Thankful Novem-Notes Challenge! 🍁2023-10-26T14:17:06+00:00

Navigating Business the Star Trek Way: Lessons from the Ferengi ‘Rules of Acquisition’

Greetings, fellow entrepreneurs and Star Trek aficionados! As we beam into Star Trek Day (Happy September 8th), I'm reminded of the myriad of lessons and allegories the series offers. Among the most captivating are the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition. While designed for a fictional, profit-driven alien race, these rules can offer both insights and red alerts for Earth entrepreneurs. Let's warp into this cosmic journey and determine which rules can guide our entrepreneurial path and which ones might lead us astray. Galactic Go-Aheads Creating Profit Through Passion (Rule 13: Anything worth doing is worth doing for money): This rule emphasizes [...]

Navigating Business the Star Trek Way: Lessons from the Ferengi ‘Rules of Acquisition’2023-09-08T13:27:56+00:00

How to Convert Prospects to Clients

In the ever-evolving world of real estate, I've often emphasized the pivotal role of recognizing and adapting to a prospect’s unique behavioral style. Recently, I had the opportunity to present to the amazing realtors at the Re/Max Premier Realty (and guests) in the Villages, Florida. My presentation, titled ‘Building Connections - Effective Communication in Real Estate’, was crafted to hone their communication, ensuring they always resonate with their prospects and clients. Whether you're a realtor or a professional in another industry, understanding these behavioral tendencies can be a game-changer in building long-lasting connections. Let's explore these styles, providing a perspective which enables [...]

How to Convert Prospects to Clients2023-08-29T14:48:00+00:00

Unveiling the More Abundant Entrepreneurs Community: A New Path to Business Abundance

It is with great excitement that we unveil the More Abundant Entrepreneurs Community. We've created a vibrant ecosystem tailored to entrepreneurs like you, offering a rich array of resources, networks, and knowledge to catalyze your journey towards abundance. We envision abundance not only as monetary prosperity but also as a surplus of time and enjoyment in life. Our mission is firmly rooted in the entrepreneurial spirit. We strive to make a daily impact by fostering an environment of abundance that empowers all of us to live a life of freedom and connect with the people we love. The question is, [...]

Unveiling the More Abundant Entrepreneurs Community: A New Path to Business Abundance2023-05-31T23:16:56+00:00

The Art of Scheduling: Lessons from an Overbooked Monday

Occasionally, I mess up. A few Mondays ago, I played the role of an epic idiot. Typically, on Monday afternoon, I have a 1–2 pm meeting, which rarely lasts until 2, followed by half-hour appointments at 2, 3, and 4 pm. On this particular Monday, I had scheduled a podcast recording (an activity I love doing) for the 2 o’clock slot, while rescheduling my original 2 pm appointment to fit into the 3:30 to 4 pm slot. THEN, an opportunity arose to visit a group and talk about an amazing upcoming event (the Referral Accelerator, on June 14th). I was supposed [...]

The Art of Scheduling: Lessons from an Overbooked Monday2023-05-16T01:06:47+00:00

Are You Alive?

It was an actual text that I sent this weekend. “Are you alive?” It had been a few weeks since I had heard from this person, and I was starting to worry. It is not unusual for him and I not to speak all the time however, he did miss my husband’s birthday and is rarely on social media. Thankfully, he responded that same day and all is well. However, this got me thinking about the people in our referral network who we may have lost touch with… When was the last time your referral sources heard from you? Are [...]

Are You Alive?2023-04-20T17:46:18+00:00

Have you ever heard of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong?

No, not birds trying to play ping pong. The band. I hadn’t either until a couple of years ago. Music ain’t really my thing… I usually listen to what I know or what happens to be playing in the background, usually a list curated by my husband, who does love music. What kind? Yes! He enjoys a diverse range of music. One band he likes? You guessed it, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. In 2021, my husband made plans for us to go to a Pigeons Playing Ping Pong concert at Jannus Live. So, I spent the months leading up to [...]

Have you ever heard of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong?2023-04-12T12:38:01+00:00

Why Reading the Book Ain’t Enough!

Have you ever found yourself setting a goal to read a certain number of books in a year? I saw and heard many people sharing their successes from 2022 or goals for 2023 and it made me think… While reading can be a great way to expand your knowledge and learn new things, is it really the best use of your time? Stay with me here…                 What if I told you that just reading a bunch of books might not be the most effective way to improve yourself or your business? What [...]

Why Reading the Book Ain’t Enough!2023-02-23T22:13:39+00:00

Happy National Sock Day

It probably comes as no surprise that today is a holiday I choose to celebrate. I’ve always loved to know the history of holidays. Where did National Sock Day come from? Apparently, it was the sock company Pair of Thieves that created National Sock Day on December 4th. Then, in 2016, it was declared (though, I did not know who declares national holidays until now – the Registrar at National Day Calendar) December 4th to be National Sock Day. If socks are your thing like they are mine, there are other sock-related holidays – May 8th is National No Sock Day and [...]

Happy National Sock Day2022-12-04T17:27:27+00:00

Asking for Gum and the Referral

I was recently in a one-to-one and we were chatting about getting “NOs” when asking for the sell or the referral, and that it’s okay to get a “NO”. Unfortunately, many people are afraid of getting that “NO”, because they will feel rejected. Instead of worrying about getting a “NO” when asking for the referral (or the sell), have the same mindset about asking people someone if they want a piece of gum. Think about it… Do you offer people gum or mints ever? (or remember doing that pre-March 2020) You are being nice, trying to offer them a treat, [...]

Asking for Gum and the Referral2022-08-16T12:12:08+00:00

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