The Right Way to Test: A Step-by-Step Process to Start Testing Tomorrow


Rich gives you a protocol for testing your marketing effectiveness. This protocol can be used across the board from your emails, to your webinars, and your sales pages.

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Another Quick Strategy to Out-Think Procrastination


I just flew back from Paris, where I was on vacation with my family.

You could call it “working vacation” because I was still in contact with my team while I was there. I was also traveling with my usual pile of books, so I may have a book recommendation or two for you here on the blog in the next couple weeks.

But I don’t want to talk about my vacation today. I want to talk about what happened just before I left for Paris. Because last Thursday, just hours before my flight, we hosted another live webstream here in the office.

This livestream was for a small, intimate group of our prospects. On the livestream, Tom Beal (the President of Strategic Profits) and I talked about how to get around your obstacles in your business. If you missed it, don’t worry, we’ll be doing plenty of other livestreams in the weeks to come.

But one of the things we talked about on this livestream was something I’ve mentioned here on the blog before. It’s an idea I want to expand on today — the idea of “out-thinking your flaws.”

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How to Walk the Entrepreneurial Path of Uncertainty


Rich discusses why chasing security in your business can often lead you down the wrong path and how you can embrace uncertainty to become a happier business owner.

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The Most Vital Component You Need to Become a Better, Smarter and Confident Entrepreneur


Rich shares a common trait that top performers use everyday, that struggling entrepreneurs seem to lack.

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How to Leverage Your Own Story to Make More Sales


Rich teaches how to convince your market that you are not the enemy and they should follow your lead.

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Links for this podcast:
“Tell To Win” by Peter Guber
“Writing For Emotional Impact” by Karl Iglesias


The Hidden Messages that Allow You to Become a Trusted Authority in Your Market


Rich explains how to inject context into your messages so you connect the dots for your prospects from what they already think about you to what you want them to think about you.

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How to Get Everything on Your List Done… Every Single Day


Being an entrepreneur means going to sleep knowing you’ve finished everything you need to do for the day—yeah right!

More likely, if you’re an entrepreneur, when your head hits the pillow, you’re immediately thinking of employees, projects, deadlines, revenues, your competition, your need to network—need I go on?

Thoughts of things you SHOULD be doing start popping up—and that’s why a lot of entrepreneurs get their best ideas at night—when they’ve hit the sack, and they can’t stop thinking about all the things they need to get done.

The myth here, one that I see many business owners believing, is that that’s how it SHOULD be! That all entrepreneurs must toss and turn all night worrying and stressing about tomorrow, because that’s the nature of owning a business, right?

Wrong.

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