5 Questions revealing your upcoming bottom line

May 8, 2009

Many of us belong to a variety of groups that meet in- person. Benefits are derived in many ways and well worth attending only if the events bring in your most desired results.

Below I have listed questions for you to ponder in terms of the events you personally attend.

1. Do you learn something new each time you attend?

2. Are clients, referrals and/or testimonials coming from your group(s)?

4. Are most of the members advancing as quickly in their buisness as you are in yours?

5. Do you personally feel good every time you walk into a meeting?

Each event should be a learning environment where everyone shares and grows collaboratively.

By honestly answering these questions, you will know whether the groups are well-worth your time and money.

This is no different than examining your current projects to determine if they are helping to achieve your long-term goals.

As an entrepreneur developing business, you most possess an analytical mindset. It is critical to market to the right groups and find targeted prospects whether in-person or online.

by Elinor Stutz

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The Science of Getting Rich

May 6, 2009

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Rev Up Revenue

April 23, 2009

How many ways do you currently make money? If you answered “One“, your odds for getting business from a prospect, given a Yes/No possibility, is only 50%. If you were to add just one more service or product, your favor will be 66.6%.

When you add services and products, be certain they complement what you already do and they are in your realm of expertise. Development takes time, so schedule a plan for time allotment, required funds and target date for completion.

Three easy ideas:

  1. eBook
  2. MP3s
  3. Collaborative workshops

FYI – if you were to add all three ideas to your services, you will increase odds in your favor to 80%!

by Elinor Stutz

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How to Create an Enthusiastic Climate

April 4, 2009

Maintaining a positive attitude is important in every work environment. Here are some ways you can learn to create an enthusiastic climate and control negative situations in the workplace:
– Don’t criticize, condemn or complain
– Be sympathetic with the other person’s ideas and desires
– Show appreciation
– Be a role model for your team

Quote:  “What I do best is share my enthusiasm.””– Bill Gates

by Dale Carnegie

Learn to communicate effectively and be a team player with our upcoming training.

Business Tune-Up

March 28, 2009


Unfortunately, many business people are suffering from not having enough clients or cash flowing in to remain in business, but sadly they have no idea of how to turn the situation around.

The news is filled with the words Stimulus Package, but generally speaking, the phrase applies to larger entities. How can you, the entrepreneur, stimulate your own personal economy?


We have all heard about car tune-ups and medical checkups – so I ask, what if you give yourself a business tune-up? What will that do for your personal cash-flow and economy?


Slow times are the best times to try new projects you have been putting off when you were too busy, and for getting the education you need to fast forward your business.

by Elinor Stutz


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LIONS Formula

March 20, 2009

Imparting information to people can be a challenging task, but following the LIONS formula will assist you in your approach and delivery.
Language easily understood
Organize thoughts
Narrow subject to key points

” “The royal road to a man’s heart is to talk to him about the things he treasures most.”

by Dale Carnegie

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Are You a Risk-Taker or a Calculating Risk-Taker?

March 5, 2009

To become an entrepreneur, you have to be a risk-taker. No one has a crystal ball to see what fortunes may come through your journey of building business. The qualifyer for better results is to be a calculating risk-taker.

My definition of a calculating risk-taker is to examine all sides of an intended project. Clarification here is you cannot afford to stop and examine every little thing. Instead, you must behave intuitively on those. But for larger projects that will be costly, it is important to weigh all of the factors and pro and con arguments without letting your ego interfere. This strategy will help you to avoid expensive errors…

by Elinor Stutz

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