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What We can Learn from the Chilean Miracle Rescue

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The whole world watched on October 13, 2010 as a miracle unfolded in Chile. Thirty-three men who should have been dead emerged from their “grave” through more than 2,000 feet of solid rock as we all watched in amazement and [...]

End of the Job: Why Jobs No Longer Matter

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Today, the news is filled with stories on jobs, lost jobs, unemployment, etc. Politicians are having a field day blaming their opponents for lost jobs, jobs moved overseas, and so on. What if we have it all wrong? What if “jobs” no longer matter? Dr. Dick explores a whole new way to think about work, [...]

A Day at Magnetic Sponsoring with Mike Dillard

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Most of us think of Magnetic Sponsoring as a website, but it’s a real company with real offices in Austin, Texas. Recently, I got the chance to spend an entire day there with Mike and an Elite Mastermind group. Yes, we got the tour, saw the “wall” of successful affiliates and students, met some MS [...]

What It’s Like to Lose a $200K/yr Job

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Ronald Reagan once said, “When your neighbor loses his job, it’s a recession. When you lose yours, it’s a depression.” The Great Communicator hit the nail on the head. It’s not that it was such a huge surprise, or that I wasn’t prepared, both psychologically and financially. But it was still a punch to the [...]

The Most Memorable Graduation Speech Ever

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It was given by Sir Winston Churchill more than 50 years ago. Now I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t tell you who gave the speech when I graduated from Duke University almost that long ago, much less what they said. I just remember that I was terrified to go out into the world. [...]

An Object Lesson in Freedom

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I love the Fourth of July. It’s an annual reminder of the all we hold dear here in the USA. Last night, we were on our way back from taking our 8-year-old to see the The Last Airbender in 3D. As we pulled off the freeway, the local fireworks show was just beginning, so we [...]

Coach K on John Wooden, 1910-2010

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As some of you know, I’m a major Duke University basketball fan (and proud alum – Trinity, Class of ‘67). When I was there as a student, Vic Bubas was the basketball coach, and I learned about big-time college basketball for the first time. My freshman year, Duke was highly favored to do well in [...]

Business and Social Networking

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Today I ran across an excellent article by Marc Gordon on how businesses should look at social media. Don’t want to steal his thunder, so here’s the post:
Why No Business Should Be Involved in Online Social Networking
Read and enjoy!
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Do Products Matter in your Network Marketing Opportunity?

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The one-word answer: YES. They matter a lot. What I have to say in this blog is going to rub some people the wrong way – maybe even offend some. But you don’t come to my site to hear pablum and platitudes. You come to hear the unvarnished truth. So let me lay it out [...]

Offline promotion of your website: $100 Drop Card

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There are many online ways to promote your money site or your lead generation site, but don’t overlook the offline methods. One of my personal favorites is the $100 drop card. Here’s what these drop cards look like:
On the front side they look exactly like one quarter of each side of a US $100 bill. [...]

The most important website you own: Your Blog

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In the Internet Age we live in, everybody wants to have a website. You can get company replicated sites by the dozen (but yours will almost always looks exactly like everyone else’s, unless you hook up with a team that let’s you tailor your opportunity site for that company). You can (and should) set up [...]

Why Leading with your Primary Opportunity is NOT a good idea!

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If you’re a network marketer, one of the things your upline has probably hammered into your brain is that you must immediately tell everybody you know or meet about your opportunity. Conventional wisdom has always said, “Talk to family and friends. Invite everyone you know to the next opportunity meeting or webinar. Use the three-foot [...]

You can pick your nose, or you can pick your Friends…

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but how do you pick your Friends on Facebook? Consider a major difference between Twitter and Facebook. On the former, your followers are unlimited, so within reason, you’re happy to have almost anyone follow you. Facebook limits you to 5,000 friends (although people can and do circumvent this with fan pages and multiple Facebook entries [...]

How do I get more followers on Twitter?

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Many people have asked me how I got more than 22,000 followers on Twitter, partly because most Internet marketers see Twitter as “free Google adwords.” Well, that’s not quite the way to look at it. In this post, I’ll show you how to build a following on Twitter, but more important, how to use Twitter [...]

What in the world is going on in America? Why does our economy SUCK?

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Unless you’ve been living in a cave during the last 2-3 years, you know the U.S. economy is in the toilet. Oh, it would be easy to get “political” and blame the Republicans or the Democrats. God knows they BOTH deserve it. And yes, the politicians certainly made a big “contribution” to the problem. But [...]