Mentoring

How to Create a 60 Second Sales Hook | Kevin Rogers – Founder of Copy Chief | Part 3 of 3 | Episode #283

Kevin Rogers spent years traveling the country as a dead-broke stand-up comedian until he discovered how a simple joke formula could be used as a powerful marketing hook and began teaching it to marketers.

Kevin’s unique background as a nightclub comic and in-the-trenches salesperson provide a rare spectrum of experience and ability. His greatest strength is teaching anyone to use the power of their own story to connect better with customers and compel them to take action.

Today Kevin is one of the most in-demand sales consultants online, working closely with high-volume information marketers, corporations and local brick and mortar businesses alike to turn around sluggish ad campaigns.Entrepreneurs and business owners all over the world have used Kevin’s techniques to skyrocket their profits and grow their businesses at record pace.

Kevin is the Amazon best-selling author of The 60-Second Sales Hook and founder of Copy Chief, a thriving community of the world’s top online marketers.

Website:

http://copychief.com/

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How Can Your Best Employee Be Your Worst Employee? | What NOT to Do In Business | Lesson #14| Episode #282

Want to learn what NOT to do in Business?  You are in the right place.  Every Wednesday for 52 weeks, I’ll be bringing you the TOP 52 mistakes I’ve made over 17 years of being an entrepreneur.   No longer do you need to make your own mistakes.  Learn what I did and DO NOT do what I did. Simple!

What Makes For a Success Drip Campaign? | Kevin Rogers – Founder of Copy Chief | Part 2 of 3 | Episode #281

Kevin Rogers spent years traveling the country as a dead-broke stand-up comedian until he discovered how a simple joke formula could be used as a powerful marketing hook and began teaching it to marketers.

Kevin’s unique background as a nightclub comic and in-the-trenches salesperson provide a rare spectrum of experience and ability. His greatest strength is teaching anyone to use the power of their own story to connect better with customers and compel them to take action.

Today Kevin is one of the most in-demand sales consultants online, working closely with high-volume information marketers, corporations and local brick and mortar businesses alike to turn around sluggish ad campaigns.Entrepreneurs and business owners all over the world have used Kevin’s techniques to skyrocket their profits and grow their businesses at record pace.

Kevin is the Amazon best-selling author of The 60-Second Sales Hook and founder of Copy Chief, a thriving community of the world’s top online marketers.

Website:

http://copychief.com/

Podcast:

http://copychief.com/podcast-all/

 

 

 

How to Avoid Mistakes? | Penny Zenker | Part 3 of 3 | Episode #280

Penny Zenker is a productivity expert, strategic business coach, international speaker and trainer, and best-selling author of “The Productivity Zone”. Penny Zenker is passionate about helping people living better, more fulfilling lives through greater focus, reducing stress, communicating more effectively, enhancing leadership skills and thinking more strategically to create leverage and greater productivity. She will challenge you to think differently and inspire you to be your best. Her easy to understand frameworks make implementation fast and easy.

Throughout her career, Penny has applied human psychology and behavior studies to business management. Her studies and application include traditional coaching methods from the International Coaching Academy, plus NLP, hypnotherapy, painting therapy and Marshall Rosenberg’s non-violent communication, among others. She Coached for 5 years with Business Breakthroughs International, an Anthony Robbins and Chet Holmes company prior to developing her ground-breaking Productivity Assessment and Accountability Program, The P10: Productivity Accelerator System.

She developed her leadership and coaching expertise during a distinguished career as an executive within one of the world’s top market research firms. She has led organizations in innovation, operational improvement, strategic planning, acquisitions, information technology and human resources. Since 2009 she has focused exclusively on strategic planning, learning & development, and coaching.

Penny is an entrepreneur and innovator. She founded and later sold a multimillion dollar technology company where she established a solid brand and developed products that were recognized and sold internationally.

Penny earned a BS in Accounting and Finance from Drexel University and attended University College London. Her professional training in coaching methodologies is from the International Coach Academy (CPC), Anthony Robins Leadership, Steve Linder-NLP and Jack Canfield-Success Principles. She is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and A Master NLP practitioner and Neurostrategist.

What not to do in your morning routine

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Why Do We Fail To Keep 100% of Our Commitments? | Episode #279

 

We all have the best intentions in keeping our commitments but why don’t we do it 100% of the time?  What is a micro-commitment and why will it massively increase your results?

Embracing Relationships

Last week, I had dinner with someone I have worked with for years. While we’ve developed a strong working relationship, we hadn’t had the opportunity to catch up socially. I really enjoyed learning more about their background and life outside of work. It also reminded me why one of our company’s core values is “Embrace Relationships.”  Here’s how we define this core value:

Relationships advance our personal and professional lives, contributing greatly to our successes. We focus on long-term outcomes, meaningful relationships and genuine connections with our clients, teammates and partners. We believe that competence and character are fundamental to relationships built on trust and that quality relationships allow us to achieve more.

As it turns out, in addition to being a guiding business principal, this core value many have the side benefit of helping us to live longer.

In a recent Inc. article, the author reviewed two Harvard studies (Grant and Glueck) that tracked the physical and emotional well-being of two populations over a period of 75 years. The Grant study looked at 456 men living in inner-city Boston neighborhoods between 1939 to 2014. The Glueck study looked at 268 male Harvard graduates from the classes of 1939-1944. The lengthy time-frame of the study required multiple generations of researchers who analyzed blood samples, conducted brain scans, and examined self-reported surveys and interaction to compile the findings.

What the study concluded is that, when it comes to having a happy, healthy life, there is one thing that surpasses all the rest in terms of importance: good relationships. According to Robert Waldinger, director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, “The clearest message that we get from this 75-year study is this: Good relationships keep us happier and healthier. Period.”

An important distinction the study made is that the quantity of friends had little to no impact on happiness; it was the quality of the relationship that mattered.  And what drives the quality and depth of a relationship? The authenticity and vulnerability we bring to it. The studies’ authors also stressed that when we hit the inevitable rough patches in our lives, it’s critical to do everything we can to lean into these relationships and not push them away.

So, the next time you’re scrolling through your Facebook or Instagram posts, liking things along the way, you might instead think about using that time to pick up the phone and connect with someone you care about. Likewise, in business, rather than seeing someone as just an employee, client, prospect, or customer, engage with them as a person. Doing so could develop into an important relationship and may even help you live longer.

Have a great weekend!

Quote of the Week

 “In reality, the only way a relationship will last is if you see your relationship as a place that you go to give, and not a place that you go to take”

Tony Robbins

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