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Love this song when I need a lift!

Building a business can be a rocky road.

There always seem to be both the ups and the downs.

You ever have a moment where you could just use some inspiration, or something to pick you up and get you energized?

I definitely have those moments when I feel the need for cheering up and something to put a smile on my face.

Here’s a song (and performance) that lifts me up when I could use a boost.
It gets me out of my chair and up dancing!

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Here’s exactly how I got 751 new clients in one year

In my last post, I told you about the pizza party where I
met Jesse Koren and the big a-ha.  This chance meeting
triggered me to ask myself, “Why is it that I am not doing
teleseminars, again?”

So I started doing them and over time, I realized there
really is a “success formula” for hosting teleseminars and
being able to get a surge of new clients much quicker than I
thought possible.

I’ll reveal that formula below, but first, a little

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How a slice of pizza changed my life forever

I still remember the pivotal moment when my business turned
around, without me even suspecting it.

I was at a going away party of a couple of friends of mine.
They were moving to Hawaii and had a little get together at
a pizza place in San Francisco.

There I met Jesse Koren, a business coach I really respect a
lot. We are now friends, but that was our first meeting. We
hit it off and talked a lot.


He then made a business proposal that changed my business

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My Top 7 personal learnings from my last event (pictures inside)

A few weeks ago I hosted an invite-only event for leaders of mission-driven transformational businesses – the Conscious Business Playground.  Some of the most successful and brilliant people on the planet were in attendance, and that made it a truly eye-opening and remarkable experience.  I learned a lot and wanted to share some of my juiciest take-aways with you today.

1.     No matter how successful you are, there is more to learn and there’s more to grow into.  We often think that success is a destination, but it’s really just a pathway to continually becoming more of who we are meant to be.  Success won’t make us happy, so we might as well make the pathway to success be joyful.


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How I got my first client

I want to tell you a story of how I got my first client before I even had a business.

It was April 15th, 2002.  I was in the middle of taking the year off after leaving the music industry.  I had no idea what I was going to do with the rest of my life.  It was an exciting, freeing and at the same time scary part of my life.

One thing I loved to do was exploring San Francisco.  I was always on the lookout for new things to do, explore and learn.  Craigslist turned out to be a great tool to help me with such discoveries.

So that fateful day, I was looking through Craigslist and see a posting from a guy who was looking to trade personal coaching.  I had an inkling that I may be good at it, but I had no idea.  And since I had nothing to lose, I decided to contact him.

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Why Networking is a waste of time

I rarely see networking work really well.

It’s true, the majority of business owners I speak to either
network sporadically (“pitch and run”) or they spend a lot
of time networking…  and …


They rarely get many clients through their networking

I see you investing your time and effort into networking
that doesn’t result in new clients and worse yet, it results
in you losing faith that networking can work for you.

Networking doesn’t work unless you follow certain basic
principles of enrollment:

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