Archive for October 2010

How to Stop Cold Calls from Feeling Intrusive

Oct 25th, 2010 | By

by Ari Galper, Founder of Unlock The Game® 4 key ways to be seen as helpful while cold calling Can’t you tell when somebody wants something from you? I certainly can. And it usually feels inconvenient and intrusive. So you can understand, then, why potential clients will often run for cover when your cold call
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Taking Smart Risks

Oct 21st, 2010 | By

By: Brian Tracy All of life is a risk of some kind. Whenever you engage in any action where the outcome is uncertain, for any reason, you are taking a risk. You take a small risk when you drive to work or walk across the street. You take a larger risk when you start a
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The Power of Respect: Whining and Tantrums

Oct 20th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “What do you do when your child is whining and throwing a tantrum?” D.M., Briceland, CA A:  When people whine or throw tantrums, they are only doing their best to get their needs met. Like many unpleasant situations, it is better to prevent this type of behavior than to try to
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The 13 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Money

Oct 16th, 2010 | By
The 13 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Money

by Brian Tracy 1. The Law of Abundance: We live in an abundant universe in which there is sufficient money for all who really want it and are willing obey the laws governing its acquisition. 2. The Law of Exchange: Money is the medium through which people exchange their labor in the production of goods
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The Power of Respect: Road Trips Can Be Fun

Oct 15th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “We’re going to be doing a lot of driving during our vacation this summer. Do you have any suggestions for making this easy and enjoyable?” T.S.,  McKinleyville, CA A:  First, it is important for ease and pleasure that your family be used to negotiating mutually agreeable solutions to any disagreements. This
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Making the Most of Change

Oct 14th, 2010 | By
Making the Most of Change

By: Brian Tracy To deal with change, perhaps the most valuable quality you can develop is flexibility. Form the habit of remaining open-minded and adaptable to new information and circumstances. When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, instead of becoming upset or frustrated, practice looking into the change or reversal for the opportunity or
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The Power of Respect: Post Office Behavior

Oct 13th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q: “I was in the post office last week and there was a mother with two young children, one about two and a help, and the other maybe three and a half. The children were running wild, knocking over the waste paper baskets, screaming. The mother stayed in line, but was trying
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Getting Your Ideas Across

Oct 7th, 2010 | By
Getting Your Ideas Across

By: Brian Tracy Over the years, I’ve learned that fully 85 percent of what you accomplish in your career and in your personal life will be determined by how well you get your message across and by how capable you are of inspiring people to take action on your ideas and recommendations. You can be
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The Power of Respect: Parental Guilt

Oct 6th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce Q:  “What do you do about your guilt and remorse over past parental mistakes?” J.D., Briceland, CA A:  Forgiveness. It can help to remember that at the time, given who you were, given the information you had, given your circumstances, you did the best you knew how.           Now with different information,
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