Friday, July 27, 2007

Jay Abraham rates Chet Holmes

“The Ultimate Sales Machine" ”

as the biggest return on investment you'll make all this decade,
from an expenditure of less than $30. Chet breaks everything down to simplicity itself. There are 12 key factors he thinks you and your team need to know and master. Just twelve. Command mastery of these twelve and, Chet believes, your business will double every fifteen months.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

What is your Purpose in Life

Are you ready to Live your life legacy ...

“How do you want to be remembered?”

Start today ... Go over your life, your achievements, failures and your abandoned dreams. Now that you have that picture, ask the question, "Is the life that I live today the life that I want people to remember me by?"

Now ask yourself these questions

* What vision and goals will guide your choices?
* How will you model the way for the 21st Century?
* What risks must you take to live a legacy?
* How will you ensure you remain focused and succeed?

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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

One in four plan work break

Independent Television News reports today that

“One in four people are planning to take a break from work in the next year, often to do charity work or achieve a lifetime goal”

A poll of 1,200 adults by Norwich Union suggests that almost one in five of those aiming to have a career break will not return to their job, creating a huge replacement bill for UK businesses. The trend looks set to send stress levels soaring in workplaces across the UK, with seven in ten of those polled admitting that simply covering colleagues' two-week holidays will leave them struggling to cope this summer, said the report.
Travel or spending more time with family remain popular reasons for career breaks, but over three quarters said more colleagues were taking time out to do charity or volunteer work.

Judith Brodie, director of international development charity VSO UK, said: 'At VSO we've seen a real change in attitude to sabbaticals over the years, and this is not something that's going to go away.

'As we move further away from the traditional idea of the linear career path there seems to be a growing acceptance that allowing your staff time to develop their skills and widen their experiences outside of the workplace is good for business.'

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