40% of a Person’s Decision to Hand You Money Depends On This One Factor

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You can't be a social sloth in business and make any kind of real money

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Jay Abraham is famous for telling his audiences that they should fall in love, not with their business or product, but with their clients.

$3 Million dollars worth of research and studies that Chet Holmes, the author of “The Ultimate Sales Machine”, has compiled, reveals that the best sales people:

Focus on the front end of the sale which means they devote 40% of their time to this part. 40% of whether you decide to buy from someone depends on if you like them or not. The ultimate definition of rapport is that they like you and they trust you and they respect you.

Words to live by:

Maturity is when all of your mirrors turn into windows.

Henry David Thoreau

The most influential people are not thinking about themselves because that would be looking at a mirror but instead, they’re looking through the window so that they can understand, address the goals of their client.

Influential people will say stuff like, “I never met someone I didn’t like,” or “Strangers are just friends I haven’t met yet.”

Think Of Your Ultimate Client Relationship

Today I want to take you through a process I got from a ultra-rare Tony Robbins audio that lets you create a vision for what your perfect relationship with your More

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One Key Business Strategy That Allows You To Impregnate Another Business With Your Good Seed

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It wasn't a big leap of logic for me to connect "Impregnating" with this awesome mask

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Today I wanted to share with you a blog comment of mine on this post that got rejected by the world famous Copyblogger.com site for any number of good reasons.

Maybe it got the chop because it had to do with naked strippers. Maybe it was because it was too long. Maybe it got bounced to spam and accidentally deleted because I put the link to our site in it.

I don’t know.

But because I’m an optimist, I’m going with the “too long” reason because who doesn’t enjoy naked strippers? Right? Right.

Well I spent almost 2 hours putting this damn comment together and after I was done with it I knew it was too precious to only expose to the Copyblogger universe. So, luckily I copied and pasted it into a text document and now I can give it to you.

The topic of the post revolved around the principle of “Cross Pollination”. Here’s a quick snippet from it that allows you to get the gist of this idea, just in case you’re new to it…

Birds do it, bees do it

The birds and the bees do this naturally, and we can, too. It’s called cross-pollination.

They fly from one flower to another, or one tree to the next, picking up bits of one plant and carrying it to the other.

The plant on the receiving end of this pollination is hardier and able to reproduce with greater variety. It meets environmental challenges more successfully because it’s genetically diverse.

In the same way, when you cross-pollinate ideas, you make your business stronger. You’ll be better able to weather the difficulties that every business and brand has to face to survive.

Keeping your eyes open to sources for ideas is the first step. Having a system for gathering and using these ideas is important, too. Really great ideas can be found where you least expect them.”

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Here’s what my mind thought of when I was inspired by this concept….

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Notes For Eben Pagan’s “Connected” Program – Session 2

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Today you'll discover that we have much more in common with our fellow Gorilla/Chimpanzee cousins than you might think

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Today I bring you 12 solid pages of stellar notes from Eben Pagan’s world class program… “Connected”.

Enjoy and as always feel free to baste me with questions, criticism or praise in the comments section below…

Session 2: The Social Politics of Business Success

Aristotle is known for saying “Man is by nature a political animal.”

Definition of politics: A process by which groups of people make decisions.

Most people’s desire to master politics is to avoid being “Out Politicked” ever again. Someone stabbed them in the back, undermined their authority or in some other way made them look like a fool in front of a group.

Kinda the same reason people take martial arts. They wish to avoid ever getting beat up again.

Politics is a technology, a set of processes, systems and theories you can use to achieve whatever aims you wish.

Primate Politics And How They Benefit Us In The Modern World

95-99% of what humans do, day in, day out, thinking, communicating or socializing – our closest cousins, the chimps, are doing too.

The difference between us is that we can rationalize, discriminate and tell ourselves a story about how what we’re doing is a result of choice, our individuality, not pure animal instinct. In reality we behave just like primates. This is what allows both of us to utilize that whole group dynamic that tells us who’s dominant, who’s gonna run the show, who’s threatening, who’s resourceful, all unconsciously, in the blink of an eye.

We as humans are at the top of the food chain because we are the most adaptable, according to Darwin.

Primatologist turned commercial real estate broker in the big city finds that all the behavior she observed in the jungle is playing out before her very eyes in the office… More

Is Traditional Education Responsible For Mediocrity?

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The left is your brain on Traditional education; the right, on Self Education

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The other day, one of our long time fans, Bruce Brodeen made me think about a subject very near and dear to my heart… Learning.

In a comment Bruce made on our last post he included a link to a Kick Ass Article about a young renegade valedictorian’s feeling betrayed by America’s educational process.

Here’s the brilliant story she opened her speech to her class with…

“There is a story of a young, but earnest Zen student who approached his teacher, and asked the Master, “If I work very hard and diligently, how long will it take for me to find Zen? The Master thought about this, then replied, “Ten years . .” The student then said, “But what if I work very, very hard and really apply myself to learn fast — How long then?” Replied the Master, “Well, twenty years.” “But, if I really, really work at it, how long then?” asked the student. “Thirty years,” replied the Master. “But, I do not understand,” said the disappointed student. “At each time that I say I will work harder, you say it will take me longer. Why do you say that?” Replied the Master, “When you have one eye on the goal, you only have one eye on the path.”

Brilliant!!!

Here’s another snippet of this renegade princess’s speech that further illustrates what this means to her (and of course, she’s ONLY talking to her class because no else reading this has ever suffered an educational system, right?)…

“I am graduating. I should look at this as a positive experience, especially being at the top of my class. However, More

Are You A Master of This Free, Yet Massively Potent Renegade Tactic That Has Proven To Make You Not Only Wealthier But Also More Attractive To the Opposite Sex?

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The monumental tactic I'm unveiling here today is on display in this pic... What is it?

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I love Sir Ben Kingsley.

He’s a master of this renegade tactic I’m going to reveal to you today. In his little 120 pound frame, Sir Ben brings an intensity to some of his roles that is ASTOUNDING. In my last post I showed you a clip of him playing the revolutionary leader Gandhi.

Today I bring you a clip from the role he played in the movie Sexy Beast. See if you can pick out the single conversational distinction that lets him push around a man that’s 120 pounds heavier than him. Hint: It has absolutely nothing to do with the vulgar language he’s using or his insults…

After having watched it, do you think you know what I’m referring to?

Stay with me and I’ll show you what I picked out and why it’s so important for you implement it in your every interaction with people, AND how people of influence use it everyday to become wealthy and influential and how you can do the same.

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Notes For Eben Pagan’s “Connected” Program: Session 1

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Do people want to be "Connected" to you or do you push them away?

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It’s #2.

I’ve been meaning to share this with you because I believe it’s of massive importance to the success of not only your business life but to the success of your life as a whole.

What Eben covers in his “Connected” program has shown this nerd what he’s been doing to sabotage relationships throughout his entire life. For most of my life I was flying blind because I didn’t learn any of this stuff in school or from my family. Hopefully you haven’t made as many mistakes as I have and this program only serves to show you how to be an even more attractive human being.

Connected: Session 1

Being connected could possibly be the most important asset to you and your career.

Question: In any arena in life what separates the amateurs from the professionals?

Answer: Pro’s are always focused on building their assets and their resources.

The reason 95% of golf players can’t compete with Tiger woods is because he focuses and has focused throughout his life, more time than the average person building up his assets.

Question: What are the assets you need to build to consider yourself a professional in your area of interest? More

The Free Method To Grabbing The Internet By The Balls And Making It Serve You

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This is a scene from the movie "Rock N Rolla" where a guy is getting his bollocks crushed. I would've provided you with an actual pic but back when I saw it last implemented live, cell phone/camera combos didn't exist. However I'll upddate this post if I happen upon any brawls where I see this tactic implemented for the sake of authenticity.

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It’s #2.

Have you ever had to claw a deathgrip into another mans ball sack in a street fight so that you could end up sleeping between your own sheets instead of the ones at the hospital? If the answer is no, for which most of you it will be, my experience in seeing this done, is that it immediately dissolves any and all resistance from the formerly resistant party and they become all ears.

It’s kinda magical.

Today I want to to talk to you about a mindset and two social media sites that allow you to grab the internet by the balls so that you can either step into a new market with almost none of the drama that comes with this process or… dig up and evaporate any objections your current market has that you don’t know about, that once repaired, help you serve them at the next highest level… or, find out what they’re begging for you to give them.

And when you adopt this mindset and use these free tools… social media can be useful to the point that it helps you talk to your target market in a way that will get them to sit up and listen to what you have to say… without you having to be a “Social Networking Ninja”.

This is a killer marketing lesson from the mouth of ahhh… an ‘alleged’ killer… and his nerdy side kick. More

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