I’ve gushed about Jack Canfield in a previous post and how he’s played a role in my family’s success. As the co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, he does a training called the Success Principles. In one of the audios he talks about his relationship with his mentor, future head of a billion dollar company and philanthropist, W. Clement Stone.
He reflects on a question Mr. Stone asks him about accountability. Paraphrased, Jack is asked “Do you take responsibility for all your results?” He pauses then says, “um, I think so.”
With the millennial generation – millennial’s are between 18-34 years old – many on the younger side of that age bracket don’t actually use email. Social media sites like Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp has given these younger millennial’s an avenue of not needing it.
When Josh was in his early 20s, he did what many young guys do at that age: have fun, party and chase girls.
Then he decided to get serious about the future. Today, still in his mid-20s, Josh is an excellent teacher and seven figure earner. In fact, a lot of what I’m learning about in Internet marketing is directly from Josh himself.
I’ve spoken to him personally and he’s as real and giving as they come. I can’t say enough about his teaching style, his stories and what it takes to be a successful Internet marketer – and it’s not about working 80 hours a week!
I’ve done 100s of webinars in my career and without a doubt it is the best way to get the information you need before deciding on your next steps.
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By Coach Roger
I was having dinner with a friend last night, he’d just accepted a head nursing position at a mental health institute, located about 2 hours north of Toronto.
Although Dave’s larger story is very sad on the surface, it is special. It’s special because it’s about the human spirit and how we can overcome. Statistically, most people would have just thrown in the towel and who knows what else.
If you have a business, is your website mobile friendly? The technical term is “responsive” meaning if you view it from a smartphone, will it be visually readable or is the text so small you’re squinting your eyes? If your site isn’t responsive, why not?
Here’s why it’s so important: According to Google, more than 80% of us access the Internet from our phones. In fact, Entrepreneur Magazine echoes that with numbers, stating over a billion people access the Internet from a mobile device. You may be reading this from your smartphone right now.
So if the majority of us are within close reach of our phones and if your website isn’t responsive, think of how much business you could potentially be losing. It’s worth getting that fixed.
Here is a way to check if your site is responsive and if not, how to fix it for free. Check it out here.