Feelings aren’t a choice, but your behaviour and your thoughts are always a choice.

Feelings are temporary, but results are permanent.

Tomorrow you won’t care about how you felt yesterday when you decided to push through and take action anyway.

Voicemails can either be your best friend or worst enemy (or possibly a little bit of both). It’s a common occurrence in sales and it’s a critical selling skill to possess.

My suggestion is that instead of lamenting about how frustrating it is to reach people’s voicemail, why not commit to improving your voicemail skills.

Everyone has those moments in life when you stop and evaluate where you’re at and where you’re heading. Most of the time those evaluations come because of a simple but powerful question.

These types of questions can change our lives, turn us in another direction and open our minds to new experiences and people.

Today I’ll share 5 simple, but powerful questions that will help you create your ultimate life… starting today! Just 5 minutes should do it!

There are thousands of conferences every year, and thousands of opportunities for attendees, exhibitors, speakers, and conference planners to benefit from these events.

You don’t want to waste your time networking and not take action. Let’s talk about getting the most out of live events.

Want to know the #1 reason why many entrepreneurs fail? It’s totally different than what you might think. We fail because of how we’re CODED.

So, the bottom line is that before any of us start any business, we really need to take some time to invest into OURSELVES.

We actually need to DECODE and then RECODE.

You see, the funny thing is that we were all actually BORN Entrepreneurs, but then, as we grow up “in the system” – the Entrepreneur within us gets BEATEN out of us.

I am endlessly intrigued by successful entrepreneurs, even if their businesses are incredibly different than mine.

So, when I came across Phil Knight’s Shoe, I immediately read it. Phil Knight is the founder of Nike, and Shoe Dog is his very candid, very inspiring memoir that centres on building his epic global business a business he started on a $50 loan from his father back in 1962.

The most common metaphor you hear when talking about emotions is ‘weather’. And it’s a good metaphor because our emotions do, just like the weather, come and go.

The key is that people mistake thoughts for feelings. And so rather than disciplining their thoughts, they try to discipline their feelings – force them into narrow band centred around happiness, bliss and contentment.

Today I want to talk to you about an idea – no – a philosophy, which if you adopt will make an incredible difference inside your business. You’ve heard of it for sure – but you might not be applying it to your own business with enough intensity.

It’s the Concept of Kaizen.

Kaizen, a Japanese term, also known as continuous improvement, is a long-term approach to work that systematically seeks to achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality.

Success in sales does not go to the one who has the lowest price, or has the best customers, or has the most intelligence. Who really achieves success in sales? You might ask! It’s those that practice integrity with every person they come in contact with.

There is no substitute – no alternative – to consistent integrity.