If you want to have a tremendous year and set yourself up for success, then you need to keep this mindset: get comfortable with the idea of failure and mistakes.
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Give yourself permission to think bigger! Don’t settle for where you are right now. Crank it up. Then once you get there, ask yourself, “What would happen if I cranked it up a little bit more?”
In this epic rant from top leader Loren Slocum-Lahav, she calls it like it is and delivers a clear message to get out of your own way and get to work. This type of laser focus and mindset is exactly how you need to think and what you need to do to be successful.
In today’s show Eric gives you a phrase that will be a game changer. Here it is:
If I _____, Would You?
Are you new to Network Marketing marketing or thinking about getting involved? This is advice just for you — and if you know anyone who is just getting started or thinking of starting, please share this advice with them.
Listen to top leader and earner Gloria Mayfield Banks as she gives the top 10 strategies used by the best leaders and earners — #6 is on winning is awesome!
Most people think leadership is all about the ability to lead others… but listen to learn the one leadership secret that most people miss.
Best Selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki offers his advice on how to get ahead in the new economy. He says the main problem is that most people are addicted to a paycheck.
In this video, Top Earner and Leader Tom Chenault talks about his Coffee Shop Interview strategy to find new prospects every day. He interviews people. It sounds simple or even daunting, especially for introverts. But there is more to this strategy.
It’s time to take inventory on your skills! Knowing your skill level is really important. In fact, self-awareness is one of the most important skills of an entrepreneur because once you see the gaps, then we can work together to create a game plan for your success in this coming year. You can’t just cross your fingers and hope for the best. That’s not gonna cut it if you truly want to have the best year of your life.
Wow! Another year has already gone by and another has started. 2016 was an amazing year, and so much of it was thanks to you and your incredible support! 2016 was a record year for Network Marketing on many levels… Each year we get stronger and more credible as a profession! And so, I am giving you a gift as a token of my appreciation! Click here to get your gifted video course: Ultimate Game Plan for Success in 2017!
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In this week’s Top Leader Interview, Eric sits down with Johnny Wimbrey, leader of one of the Top Five Network Marketing businesses in the world. The author of the book From the Hood to Doing Good, Johnny talks about growing up in Dallas, Texas and how his life influenced his path to becoming a Network Marketing professional.
In this week’s video, Eric has an important message about what to do in order to really move forward next year. He says that in addition to looking back at the pros and cons, triumph and defeats of the past year, you need to consider giving yourself a gift: the gift of forgiveness.
In this week’s Leader Interview, Eric catches up with John Sachtouras, a Greek immigrant who worked up from nothing to being a millionaire after being involved in Network Marketing for 27 years. But don’t think that he became a millionaire overnight. It took several years for him to find his success.
In this week’s show, Eric talks about one of the fundamental aspects of an entrepreneur—how to think like an entrepreneur. The longer you continue to think like an employee, the more you will be frustrated as you try to build your entrepreneurial business. It requires different thinking.
In this week’s video, Eric answers the ultimate question: what do we call what we do? Some call it Direct Selling or Multi-Level Marketing (MLM). And some call it Network Marketing. Right now, we are confusing the world. The only way we can tell people what we do is by naming a certain company. “We’re like that company,” we say. We need to have a standard that describes the channel of distribution we represent.
In this week’s leader interview, Eric catches up with Danien Feier and Stephania Lo Gatto-Feier, two highly successful entrepreneurs both separately and as a team. Their two widely different personalities work well together with Danien being the no-nonsense, straight to the point, get things done side and Stephania being the bigger than life, contagious enthusiasm for life side.
In this week’s show, Eric talks about how the last month of the year is a very introspective time. It is a time to look back at the previous year and look forward to the coming year.
In this week’s video, Eric talks about Thanksgiving week. Even if you’re not in the U.S. and don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, it is a good time of year to take a look at our lives and give thanks, appreciate the opportunities we have been given, and be grateful for the life we live and the relationships we have.
In this week’s Leader Interview, Eric catches up with Whitney Husband, a majorly successful young entrepreneur and mom. Whitney is from a small town in Texas with only 2,000 people. At the age of 28, Whitney has become wildly successful and is the definition of what Network Marketing can do for you.
In this week’s video, Eric talks about the upcoming holiday season and how too many people become lax in their business during this time.
Eric starts off by providing some math for everyone. View your business like a retail store that’s open for 365 days of the year. If the store is closed for one day, you lose one-third of 1% of your revenue. If you have to close your store for six days, then you lose about 2% of your revenue. What if a semi-truck runs into your store, and you have to close it down completely for 60 days? Then 20% of your revenue is gone, and there is no way you can get it back.