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Hello Visitor, I hope you enjoy this month's articles. - Brian Tracy
The Law of Entropy states that all systems, if left unattended, run down. Unless new energy is provided, each organism deteriorates. What does this mean when applied to individuals, teams, relationships, organizations, and associations?
If these are left unattended, no new energy is provided and they will diminish.
In business, if we assume that our systems, relationships, operations, sales, and marketing can be left unattended and unrefreshed, they will break. Machines do not work without maintenance, repair, and tuning, nor will we or our companies.
Do you find that you’re asking yourself what to do to counteract personal and organizational entropy? Is there a way to make certain that your relationships with others, and with yourself, are well nurtured and thriving? Some ways to break the law of entropy include:
K.W.I.N.K. – Knowing What I Now Know is a great way to stop and reassesses your life in any and all areas that will insure that you can break the Law of Entropy!
With its 1 billion-plus user base, Facebook ads are the perfect way of grabbing a slice of the pie. Here are five reasons to add this channel to your marketing mix.
Looking for smarter ways to advertise and grow your business? Let's talk, you'll go away with new insights.
What Does the Election of Donald Trump Mean for Your Business? Change. Good or Bad? It depends on how you choose to respond
“May you live in interesting times.” – Chinese curse
With no political track record, seemingly contradictory messages, and no feel for the eventual reactions by other political powers, it’s tough for even the experts to gauge if the Trump presidency is going to be good or bad for the economy.
Forrest Gump would certainly say "it's like a box of chocolates . You never know what you're gonna get.”
Regardless of prognostications, it will be your agility and flexibility to dodge bullets and seize new opportunities as they occur that determine if the changes are good or bad.
Are you prepared to thrive and prosper, regardless? How many of the following questions can you answer well?
- by Chris Dekle, Area Developer & Coach
A common negotiating ploy is called an “agent without authority.” This is a person who can negotiate but is not authorized to make the final deal. No matter what is agreed upon, the agent without authority must check with someone else before confirming the terms of the agreement.
The first corollary of this law is: “You must determine in advance if the other party has the authority to make the deal.” Ask the person if he or she is authorized to act for the company or client. If not, you must be cautious about the positions you take and the concessions you offer.
The second corollary of this law is: “When dealing with someone who cannot make the final decision, you must represent yourself as being unable to make the final decision either.” Fight fire with fire. If the other person cannot make the final decision, tell him that you are in the same position. This tactic levels the playing field and increases your flexibility in the case of an unacceptable counteroffer.
- from "THE 100 ABSOLUTELY UNBREAKABLE LAWS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS" – Brian Tracy
It’s that time of year when the public begins shopping as if their lives depend on it. Whether you’re B2B or B2C, you can benefit from this energy and spirit. Here’s why:
With just a little work, you can use these facts to your advantage. Try these ideas:
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