Archive for September 2010

The Power of Respect: Money and Children

Sep 29th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “I want my son to have money. What do you think is a good way to go about this?” D.M., Briceland, CA A:  There are many good workable possibilities. As an example of options, the late, great family therapist, Virginia Satir, once figured out more than 250 ways to wash dishes
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What Does Lingerie Have In Common With Great Headlines?

Sep 21st, 2010 | By
What Does Lingerie Have In Common With Great Headlines?

By:  Lina Penalosa   Everything. Still don’t see it? Let me connect the dots for you. Imagine walking through your local mall. You’re on a mission and come Hades or high water you’re gonna accomplish it……..when through no conscious decision of your own, your head snaps to the right, your swift stride slams into a
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The Power of Respect: I Want My Son to Be Polite

Sep 21st, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “I do my best to be polite to my son, and I would like him to be polite, too. When someone does something for him, or gives him something, I would like him to appreciate it and show his appreciation. When he bumps into someone in the store, I would like
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What to Do When… You are the Bully?

Sep 19th, 2010 | By

Listen to internet radio with BusinessXSuccess on Blog Talk Radio Leaders never display bullying behavior… Assertiveness, yes! … but never bullying. However,some of us managers – and I say “us” as I used to be one of those managers – at times get so focused on accomplishing our business’ goals that at times we forget
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The #1 Thing You Must Do Before You Write A Word Of Sales Copy…Identify Your Ideal Client

Sep 16th, 2010 | By

By:  Lina Penalosa “If we don’t change the direction we’re going, we’re likely to end up where we’re headed.” Ancient Chinese Proverb When you read the title of this article, how many nanoseconds did it take for you to start thinking… There’s no such thing as ideal clients. And even if there were such a
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The Power of Respect: Getting Started

Sep 15th, 2010 | By
The Power of Respect: Getting Started

By Karen Ryce Q.  “We’ve read some of your columns. We’ve never treated our children any different than our parents treated us, but we’re considering trying out some of what you’ve said. Our oldest daughter is nine, our son is six and our youngest daughter is three. We have no idea how to get started.
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How To Identify and Attract Your Ideal Clients Like Moths To A Flame

Sep 14th, 2010 | By

By: Lina Penalosa   “You can’t climb uphill thinking downhill thoughts.” Unknown Last month I explained that before you can begin writing copy that compels and sells, the stuff that attracts your ideal clients, you must first get your personal values in alignment with your actual business practices. This month we’re going to discuss the
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Leadership Matters #6 – Keys to Being an Effective Leader

Sep 10th, 2010 | By

Listen to internet radio with BusinessXSuccess on Blog Talk Radio Manager or Leader? Which one are you? Listen in as I grind Leadership Expert Beverly Flaxington on the critical skills effective leader possess. Beverly Flaxington is a highly sought after national public speaker. As a corporate consultant, college professor, hypnotherapist, certified behavioral expert, published author
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Gaining Visibility

Sep 9th, 2010 | By
Gaining Visibility

By: Brian Tracy Have you noticed that some workers receive more promotions and greater pay than do their colleagues?  This, despite the fact that they are apparently not even as competent. This doesn’t seem fair. Why should some people get ahead when others who seem to be working far harder, and even longer hours, get
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The Power of Respect: Empower the Younger Daughter

Sep 7th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “I’m very interested in empowering my youngest daughter. Do you have any suggestions?” L.L., Redway, CA A:  It can be easy for a younger child to develop low self-esteem because everyone else in the family seems to be more capable, stronger, faster, since these qualities are often valued: “Let me do
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