Turnkey Business Revolution – The Entrepreneurial Myth

If you run a small business, you owe it to ourself to set aside 40 minutes and watch this extraordinary Michael Gerber video.You will look at your business completely different afterwards. Michael Gerber is the author of The EMyth and he runs a business coaching program. In this video, he discusses the reasons most businesses fail and what to do to make sure you don’t become a failure statistic. Are you working in your business, or are you making your business work? Do you understand the difference? This video will open your mind, and show you the way to true lifestyle freedom. “Knowing how to do the work in a business has nothing to do with creating a business that works.” The system is the solution. Michael Gerber shows exactly you what you need to to create the system and make your business turn-key. This video was recorded in 1989, but the information Michael Gerber provides is as relevant today as it was the day he recorded it. Enjoy! Please leave comments below. Please share this if you found it helpful (or click the like button on the left floating...

Fun and Games

Today, I have some fun and games for you. This is a puzzle exercise I use to open many of my training workshops. Hopefully it will translate well to an online environment. I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.I have placed the content in the tabbed sections below, so nothing gets spoiled before you have had a chance to try to solve the puzzle yourself.​Starting in the first tab, "The Puzzle", it will be revealed how to set the puzzle up. You will be doing it with pen and paper.The second tab, "The Rules", will contain the rules and explain what you need to do to solve it.After you have tried, and either succeeded or given up, you may then click the third tab, "The Solution" to see if you completed it correctly.​The fourth tab, "The Ending", will provide some food for thought.​I hope you have as much fun trying this as I did putting it together for you! I look forward to seeing your comments on it below. the puzzle the rules the solution the ending ​Get a piece of paper and draw nine dots on it in a 3 X 3 grid, evenly spaced, as shown in the picture to the right.After you've done that, click the next tab, "The Rules."​Don't click it until you have your 9 dot grid drawn!​ Legal Move ​Did you draw your 9 dots? If not, I'll wait! Go ahead!​Ready? The rules are simple. There are only four of them:​1. Start with a pen or pencil on any one of the dots.2. You will draw 4 straight lines, no...

A Master in the Art of Living

Many people look to earning on the net, because they want to be freed from the limitations of the 9-to-5 work cycle. For some, those limitations are felt mostly by the salary or hourly wage they are paid. Others think the limitation stems primarily from the rigid schedule they have to follow. Yet others feel restricted and limited due to an overbearing supervisor. While all of those might have some merit to them, and are certainly valid if that is the reason people are compelled to be freed from that situation, another factor comes into play that people rarely think about. Do you love what you are doing? Do you absolutely love it? Does it even feel like work? If it does, that's a limitation in itself. I know many people who have made the transition from working a full-time job for someone else, to working out of their home on the Internet. Most of them actually spend many, many more hours at "work” in their online venture than they did at the J.O.B. However, if you ask them if they're working more or less than they were before, most will answer “less.” The reason? It doesn’t feel like work. It’s fun. It’s exciting. It’s something new that energizes them. It always stays interesting and fresh. Confucius said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." That is exactly what I am referring to. If you are passionate about what you do, and you love doing it, then it never feels like work. Whether you are looking to work part...

No limitations

Below is a video that really inspired me. It's a video of a one armed man playing and singing Jimi Hendrix' Voodoo Child.He is quite talented​ and I enjoy watching and listening to him play, but even if it's not the type or style of music you prefer, I'm confident  you will also find him inspiring.This really brings home the fact that we can do anything we put our minds to​. We just need the passion and drive to get it done.There are no limitations to what we can accomplish. The only "limitations"​ are those that we impose on ourselves.After watching this video, go start something you've been putting off due to your own made-up self-imposed "limitations". See that they really aren't limitations, and go do it!​Enjoy! I hope this inspires you as much as it inspired me!​​I have no idea who this person is. I just found his video online and evidently his name is Mark, but that's all the info I have. If anyone knows who he is or has any other info on him, please let me know. I would love to be able to give him recognition in this post.​​Please share this if you found it...