It’s all about choices – Part 2

Last week we took an initial look at the issue of making choices. This week we’ll conclude with some strategies you can implement right now that will streamline your decision making process. You’re going to see words and phrases here that I often use in discussing the strategies within the Straight Line Persuasion System. That’s…

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Sales and persuasion in the 1st century

There are times in both our personal and professional lives when we’re called upon to facilitate settlements… often ones involving disputes or at least differences of opinion. Parents do it, teachers and school administrators do it, managers and small business owners do it. Maybe you’ve done it and maybe you’ve felt like smacking the disagreeing…

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The making of a millionaire

How does a man who never made it past the fourth grade succeed in business and become a millionaire? The same way most people do – through trial and error and lots of hard work. His name was Milton and yes, he was a grammar school dropout. At the tender age of 13 he got…

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What are you afraid of?

Fear seems to be a hot topic these days. There’s an endless variety of self-help tips on the Internet, along with an endless array of books and even a few sermons on the subject. Funny thing is, with all that expert advice, there’s no real consensus on how to deal with fear. So let me…

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Straight Line Persuasion

Here’s a new blog post from Jordan explaining the essence of the Straight Line Persuasion System and how it helped thousands of entrepreneurs and sales people increase their productivity and their paychecks. The Essence of Straight Line Persuasion Success isn’t difficult. Success is easy. The only thing standing in your way is your own fear…

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Would you rather be rich or poor?

Strange question, right? I mean, who really wants to be poor. And yet there are plenty of poor people in this world. And what about the flip side of this coin? Does everyone want to be rich? If the answer is “yes” why are so few people actually wealthy? I think it all boils down…

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Five traits of the entrepreneur

Right now I’m in Melbourne, Australia teaching a Straight Line Sales and Persuasion Mastery Boot Camp. By the time this blog gets posted I’ll be teaching a Venture Capital Boot Camp for entrepreneurs. Hectic week and I’m loving it, because I thrive in these fast paced environments. Since I’m surrounded by successful people and those…

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Let’s take another look at fear!

In a blog post from September 16, 2015 I said we need to focus on the outcome we desire in order to avoid crashing into the fear we almost always focus on as human beings. Almost immediately responding to my post, someone brought up an important issue that we should resolve. That is: the difficulty in identifying what…

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Your Gateway to The Quan

Listen, NOTHING in life – or business – happens without a powerful introduction. Without an intro that kicks ass and screams that you’re someone worth listening to, you’ll never get to the quan in life. You remember the quan, right? It’s what Cuba Gooding talked about in Jerry McGuire. It’s the pinnacle of everything successful.…

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Does Your Tone Say Expert? If Not, You’re Screwed.

If you can’t present yourself as someone who is sharp as a tack, enthusiastic as hell, and an expert in your field, you literally cannot move your game forward. It’s that simple. Think about it for a second: do you really do business with a freaking novice? Nope. We all want to deal with pros,…

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