Begin With The End In Mind

Episode 021: Daily Success Strategies

How much easier is a test when you know the questions ahead of time?

What do you need to accomplish this week so that on Friday you can look back and say that you had a successful week?

Start by knowing you are going to ask the following questions so that you can focus on them all week:

1. What do you need to accomplish between now and Friday so that on Friday you can say that you had a successful week?

2. What are the three biggest things that you’ve learned this week?

3. What did you do to advance yourself in your personal growth, personal development and self-education?

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Multiply on Your Maximizing Resources – Part 4

The last few posts in this series have talked about how to multiply the resources that you’ve worked hard to maximize. So far, we’ve covered:

  1. Call in the Troops
  2. Bring ‘Em Out of the Woodwork
  3. Black Sheep Clients
  4. Olympic-Size Sales Staff
  5. Open Water Fishing
  6. Call for Back-Up
  7. Go Big Online
  8. Bartering with the Best
  9. Give Away the Farm

Today we’ll finish up this series with the last three ways to multiply your maximized resources. We’ll cover:

  1. Finding Your Pot of Gold
  2. Stay at the Top of Your Game
  3. Wealth from the Inside Out

These areas are all key to keep up the momentum you’ve found in making what you have work harder for you.

Finding Your Pot of Gold

You must always have a goal you’re working toward in order to stay on course. Your goal needs to be something you can attain and utilize your full potential. Don’t be afraid to aim high, just make sure you are clear on what your goal is and exactly what you need to do to get there. You need to continue to hold yourself accountable to your goal and raise the bar as you accomplish the steps to your goal.

Stay at the Top of Your Game

Once you’ve mastered these areas, you need to make sure you are staying competitive and constantly coming up with new ways to use your new tools. Don’t rest on one success when there are more on the horizon. To continue to be successful your business must continue to learn and revolve.

Wealth from the Inside Out

Wealth and riches are defined within yourself, not by your profits or the world beyond. You can use all these strategies in both your business and life to find a greater level of success. When you naturally reflect who you are and what you mean, you will automatically attract the right people to you. This will happen in life and in business.

You are capable of reaching your goals as long as they are well-defined, and a solid road is built to them.

Throughout the last seven lessons we’ve talked about how to take a hard look at the resources you currently have right in front of you and maximize them to get the most out of what you already have. Then turning around and multiplying those maximized resources to take them to the next level.

If you need help with any of these areas, steps or processes, try our GUIDED TOUR to gain access to our resources, tools and business coaches-All there to help you succeed.

Also make sure to check out the FREE Momentum Series, which will help you to gain clarity on where you want to go, WHY you want it, and how to get there!

Episode 014 – The Jeff & Heidi Show Podcast with Cameron Needham of Needham Solutions

In this episode of The Jeff & Heidi Show we interview Cameron Needham of Needham Solutions to hear about her entrepreneurial journey.

Episode 014 Cameron Needham

Cameron has over 25 years in marketing, creative design, technology, and operations experience. Her skills in digital and traditional marketing, web design, CRM/database administration, email marketing and automation, project management, analysis and reporting, graphic design, and UX/QA testing allows her to help startups and small businesses achieve operational excellence. Her skills and experience combined with her love for helping clients achieve their marketing goals and initiatives using various tools and techniques, strategizing on new marketing processes and trends, and staying up-to-date on the latest technology to help introduce new and innovative ideas, she brings thought leadership to any project.

Cameron enjoys spending time with her family attempting to win at board games and is re-learning to play the saxophone. She has two wonderful children, an amazing husband, and two fur babies (dogs). When she has downtime, you can find her binge watching her crime shows on TV, reading a user manual of sorts (for fun), or hunting for buried treasure at thrift shops and antique stores.

Cameron Marie Needham 
Founder | CEO
Needham Solutions LLC
Office: 602-586-1615 Ext. 1

Stop Your Negative Self Talk

Episode 016 Daily Success Strategies – Stop Your Negative Self Talk


We spend too much time second guessing ourselves and our goals. We worry about what other people will think and what other people are saying. But for the most part, those other people are doing the same thing. They are worried about their goals and what people are thinking about them. You’re worried about other people and the fact is, they probably aren’t even thinking about you at all. Focus on the things you can control. Focus on the things you can influence. What others say or think is not in your control and doesn’t matter. Join me today and hear my thoughts on this topic and then go to and get my Free Momentum Series training that will help you to gain more confidence, get clarity on where you want to go, and determine the “why” behind each one of your goals so that you can stay motivated and focused.

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Multiply on Your Maximizing Resources – Part 3

Over the last few posts, we talked about how to multiply the resources that you’ve worked hard to maximize. So far we’ve covered:

  1. Call in the Troops
  2. Bring ‘Em Out of the Woodwork
  3. Black Sheep Clients
  4. Olympic-Size Sales Staff
  5. Open Water Fishing
  6. Call for Back-Up

Today we’ll cover the next three:

  1. Go Big Online
  2. Bartering with the Best
  3. Give Away the Farm

Go Big Online

There are businesses who solely operate online, there are those with only physical addresses and there are those who do both. Those who do both are by far more successful than the previous two. When you take the time to establish an online presence you open up your business to the entire world, through a few clicks of the mouse.

To successfully sell products online, you need to:

  1. Offer high-quality products/services that people want.
  2. Build an attractive, effective website that’s user-friendly.
  3. Generate high-quality traffic at a low cost.
  4. With all of these things in place, you can find success with your online exposure.

Bartering with the Best

If you’ve ever gone to a yard sale and paid the sticker price, then you need to up your bartering game. Everything is negotiable and you need to take the time to barter with your suppliers. Companies are always open to bartering and when all is said and done you could find yourself saving significantly on the things your business needs to operate smoothly.

Give Away the Farm

Ok, so not literally, but you have to be willing to stay in contact with prospective clients and offer them products and services they are going to need. You don’t know what they need until you offer them everything you’ve got then work with them to put together the perfect package to fit their needs.

When you take the time to put yourself at the front of their minds, they are more likely to work with you going forward. You can do this by offering free newsletters, a free consulting session, or other valuable tools.

This wraps up these three areas of multiplying on the resources you’ve maximized. If you’re not sure where to start or are feeling a bit overwhelmed, try our GUIDED TOUR to work with one of our amazing business coaches who can help you navigate these peaceful waters.

Also, make sure to get our Free Momentum Series training that will help you to get clarity on your future and give you a way to guide yourself along the way!

Next time we’ll finish up this series with the last three ways to multiply your maximized resources. We’ll cover:

  1. Finding Your Pot of Gold
  2. Stay at the Top of Your Game
  3. Wealth from the Inside Out

Success Planning

014: Daily Success Strategies – Success Planning

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Yesterday we talked about the importance of blocking your time so you can be uninterrupted and have time to focus on your important projects. This is especially important right now during the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic when many are working at home with their entire families in the house with them. You need to train yourself and others around you to respect and use that time with a purpose. This is whether you’re at home working or at your office, it’s all the same.

Today we expand on this to go into the planning process. The process I outline will 100% make a difference in your life and the results you produce. But only if you do it and you’re full-in. You have to make it a daily, weekly and monthly habit. You can’t just dabble. Listen to this episode and let me challenge you to try it for a month. I guarantee results! I guarantee you’ll see the benefit if you buy-in 100%. After a month, if you don’t want to continue, that is fine. But I’m confident that if you do it for a month, you will see more clarity, organization, productivity and results and you’ll want to keep going with this practice.

Give it a try and let me know. I want to hear what you think and the results you saw. You can email me at

Episode 013 – The Jeff & Heidi Show Podcast with Dave Olsen of Nimbl

In this episode of The Jeff & Heidi Show we interview Dave Olsen from Nimbl to hear about his entrepreneurial journey.

Episode 013 Guest: Dave Olsen

Dave is the Founder and CEO of Nimbl, which provides cloud accounting (outsourced bookkeeping through CFO services), sales and income tax compliance, and placement of full-time, Philippines-based bookkeeping and admin staff with other organizations. 
He is a CPA (US and Canada) with an information systems, software development, and venture capital background. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Masters in Information Systems and University of Virginia with a Masters in Accounting. After a Big 4 accounting firm stint in IT and financial audit, in 2007 he became the virtual CFO for several companies based in both Canada and the US. One of his early clients is a venture capital fund and several of its portfolio companies. 
To serve clients across the US and Canada, he is building Nimbl with a global, remote team with currently over 40  employees.

Day 12: Daily Success Strategies – Unknown Consequences

The whole process of nature is an integrated process of immense complexity, and it’s really impossible to tell whether anything that happens in it is good or bad — because you never know what will be the consequence of the misfortune; or, you never know what will be the consequences of good fortune.

Alan Watts (1915-1973)

When one door closes, another door opens.

Alexander Graham Bell

Multiply on Your Maximizing Resources – Part 2

Last time we talked about how to start multiplying on the resources you worked on maximizing. We covered the following areas:

  1. Call in the Troops
  2. Bring ‘Em Out of the Woodwork
  3. Black Sheep Clients

Today we’ll talk about the next three:

  1. Olympic-Size Sales Staff
  2. Open Water Fishing
  3. Call for Back-Up

Olympic-Size Sales Staff

Now we all know you can’t have a sales staff of 10,000 who work around the clock for free, but there is a tool that will do exactly that-direct mail marketing.

Direct mail is a written piece of sales and informative copy that offers information about your company and your products/services to potential customers/clients. You can use sales letters, brochures, or proposals that can be mailed out to a list of leads.

This approach can not only open your door to thousands of new customers/clients, but it can also save you thousands of dollars in advertising.

Open Water Fishing

You have to be careful not to waste your time on clients who are simply not interested. You have to focus on bigger fish. Remember, the lessons we talked previously about how you should always be targeting higher-quality prospects.

To do this you have to take the time to research and learn about your potential clients to make sure you are targeting the right companies to work with. Make sure they are companies who will benefit from your products/services over a long period of time.

If you’re not sure where to start in finding big fish clients, go back over our previous lessons or look into purchasing a direct mailing list that specifically targets the clients you need. You can purchase or rent lists with name, title, job specs, and contact information. This gives you a jumping-off point in finding high-quality clients.

Call for Back-Up

Don’t be afraid of telemarketing. It’s a powerful tool that can be done tastefully and be highly effective. However, keep in mind, when not handled correctly can bring about negative reactions. To be successful with telemarketing you need to use these tips:

  1. Your first line of defense should be mail marketing.
  2. Test before you start a telemarketing campaign.
  3. Set the price for your offer.
  4. Use a progressive approach with your campaign.

Progressive contact helps build trust and allow the potential customer/client to establish a positive relationship with you. These are the progressive steps you should take:

  1. Put your prospect at ease.
  2. Present your offer in a natural, conversational way.
  3. Avoid being argumentative or pushy.
  4. Always be honest.
  5. Perfect your 30-second elevator pitch.
  6. Clearly state your name, business name, the reason you’re calling, and where you got their information.
  7. Offer the benefits of your products and services.
  8. Mention one of the features that back up the benefits.
  9. Ask preliminary questions that give you information about the prospect.

These step-by-step methods can help you be successful with a telemarketing campaign and avoid a negative response that could stigmatize your business forever.

This wraps up these three areas of multiplying your resources. We’ll continue with this series for the next two posts to give you all the resources you need to get the most out of your current resources.

If you need help working through any of these processes or areas, try our GUIDED TOUR to get access to our wealth of resources and tools.

Make sure to get access to the Momentum Series course while it’s available for free! This valuable course will help you to identify the Momentum Cycle, how to take advantage of it when things are going right, and how to recognize and correct things if they are going in the wrong direction. It will also show you a powerful way to future pace to determine your goals and how you are going to achieve them. Finally, it helps you take every goal you have set for yourself and you go deep into it to find your true ‘WHY.’ Sign up today! Once you get through the three videos I’d love your feedback!

If you are reading this during COVID-19 / Coronavirus Pandemic, or at any time for that matter, make sure to go check out my Daily Success Strategies where I share motivation and mindset tools!

Gratitude and Focus

Day 10 – Success Strategies (Focus & Gratitude)


Speaker 1: (00:01)
Hey, welcome back. Thanks for joining again today and if this is your first time joining, I appreciate it. If you’d go check out some of the other videos I’ve done, just go to and go to Success Strategies up at the top and you’ll be able to see all the other ones. But hopefully these have been useful for you and you’re getting something out of them. I know I have, it’s been nice doing them because it makes me think about things and I’ve just enjoyed doing it. So hopefully this has been a benefit for you as well. I actually, when I was coming home from my run today, I actually recorded one of these already to post and was going to use, but I’ve had some thoughts since then and I wanted to add a few things. So I’m going to do it again.

Speaker 1: (00:39)
I’m going to talk about a couple things. One, what I talked about this morning, was talking about the things that we focus on because really what we focus on is ends up being the life that we live. And as we like we’re, we’re sitting here on Friday. Again, I talked about it, I don’t know when it was a few episodes ago that I talked about, you know, setting your goals, setting your intentions, um, while you’re working from home and we’re in this pandemic that you can make sure you’re still productive, getting things done. And so I want you to look at your week and see what you did accomplish. And I didn’t get this posted as early as I thought, but even if you’re not seeing it till later on, look at what you still have to accomplish throughout this week to make this a successful week for you to make it so that you’ve accomplished everything you set out to do on Monday and put your focus on that.

Speaker 1: (01:34)
Put your focus and effort and put all your energy and make today if it has to be the most productive day of the week and get things done so that you can wrap the week up and either go into the weekend for more work or be with family or whatever. It’s going to be with everything that you wanted to accomplish by Friday down and out of the way. Um, you know, when we talk, when we talk about focus, there’s a common saying that you hear energy flows where, sorry, where focus goes, energy flows. And so as you really focus on the things that are most important to you, you’re going to be able to put all your energy there and that’s when you’re going to accomplish those things. So that’s number one. That’s what I wanted to talk about. But there’s also, I just got off the call with a client that we talked about something that I want to share as well.

Speaker 1: (02:27)
It’s something that I’ve done myself in the past. I’ve had clients do it in the past. I asked this client to do it and it was actually a good friend of mine, Joseph talked to me about it just a while ago. I’m with Jim quick if you don’t know Jim quick. I knew of him, uh, some of his work, but after Joseph talked to me about it and some of his things that he was teaching, I went and started studying some of gym stuff and I actually ended up being in a course right now. I wanted gyms and the thing that Jim was talking about in the thing that Joseph brought up to me was how a gratitude journal can help people that are dealing with anxiety and depression. And so, you know, with myself or with these clients that I’m working with, that wasn’t the intention of the gratitude journal.

Speaker 1: (03:15)
But I, I agree with it. I think there’s a lot of opportunity there to use a gratitude journal to help you with that. But there’s also a lot more than comes out of it that I think is very worthwhile. And if you’ve never done one before, give it a try. Just give it a week. Go for a week, see how it goes. And I’m going to give you two different ways to do it. One for yourself and one for you and a significant other or a friend or whatever it might be. Number one is just this client that I was just working with. Uh, she meditates every morning. And so what I asked her to do is immediately after her meditation, just spend five minutes and just start writing about things that you’re grateful for. And I told her one day it might be deep and really meaningful and the next day you might be saying, you know, I’m grateful that I got out of bed this morning.

Speaker 1: (04:08)
But just start writing and recognizing all the blessings you have in your life. Because even if you’re having a terrible day, even if things are going awful, the fact that you can spend some time and focus on some things that you’re grateful for will go a long ways. And so spend at least five minutes a day writing in a gratitude journal that your focus on those blessings in your life and you’re going to see a shift in a see a mindset shift and you’ll start recognizing and realizing that even when things are bad, your life is full of blessings and opportunities. Now the other way, and I did this actually, I don’t know, I believe it was Darren Hardy. I learned it from, um, I wrote a gratitude journal every day for I don’t know how many months, but what I would write in it is everything that I was grateful for about my spouse, about my wife, Tamara.

Speaker 1: (05:04)
And just every single day I wrote, you know, just a few lines, a paragraph of something I was grateful for. Sometimes, like I was saying with this gratitude journal, sometimes it was deep. Sometimes I was grateful that she did my laundry. Um, sometimes I was grateful that she folded my clothes, made me dinner, whatever it might be. But every day I wrote about something that I was grateful for. And what I noticed is I started looking for things that she was doing that I was grateful for. So every day I was recognizing those things that whether she was purposely doing something for me, going out of her way to do something or if it was just what she does every day, I was recognizing all that she does for me, my family, whatever it is. And so I want you to do that. Whether it’s a spouse, a friend, family member, whatever, try that as well.

Speaker 1: (05:57)
Start writing in it everyday. Something you’re grateful for, what they’ve done, what they do. And, and then the best part was she didn’t know I was doing it. And then one day I gave it to her and you know, it was pretty meaningful. It went a long way in helping solidify and build our relationship for her to be able to go through there and see the, I actually recognized all the different things that she did. Um, you know, there’s so many times that your spouse does things that they don’t get recognized for. And when you do something like that and they can see that you appreciate it, that you don’t take it for granted. It goes a long ways and I think the opportunity to do that was helpful to me, but it was helpful for her as well to see that I recognize those things.

Speaker 1: (06:49)
So again, looking at end in this week, it’s Friday, uh, hope you have a great weekend, whether you’re working, spending time with family, whatever it is, hope it’s great and productive and you can get things done. But really focus on getting things wound up for your Friday, what you wanted to be accomplishing by this time. When you sat down on Monday and you were looking at what you wanted to get done, let’s get it done. Get caught up. If you’re ahead, get some extra done, whatever it is, and then, you know, take some time to start five minutes a day is all it’s going to take. You can figure out how to carve out five minutes, especially right now, when everyone’s home, five minutes a day, write in a gratitude journal, write everything you can think of that you’re grateful for. Every day it’s going to be different.

Speaker 1: (07:35)
There’s going to be days that it’s the same things over and over. You’re grateful for the exact same things, but it’s gonna change your focus. It’s going to change what you’re focusing on and it’s gonna help you to recognize those blessings. And then the same thing, doing one for your spouse or for someone else will wreck. You’ll start to recognize and focus on the blessing they bring to your life as well. So thank you. Have a great day. Have a great weekend, and I probably won’t see you til Monday, but we will do another one of these then and keep in touch. Go to and sign up for the Momentum Training, it’s free. Yesterday I talked about signing up, going through that and then giving me some feedback. I would love to hear feedback on it. Please. When you go through it, it’s only three videos that’ll come out every couple days and the, I think the longest one is 30 minutes and the rest are about 1213 minutes.

Speaker 1: (08:30)
It doesn’t take a lot of time, but I think there’s really some impactful information in there that will be helpful for you as you’re dealing with things as we’re going through this pandemic. But even if, whether we’re in this pandemic or not, there’s some great things that talks about the Momentum Cycle and how to build confidence and how to change cycles when you’re on a downward cycle. And then it goes into creating your path and finding out what your goals are, where you want to be in a year, and how you’re going to get there. And then on the last day it talks about figuring out for each of your goals what your why is, why you truly want to do it. And it’s a, it’s a really cool exercise to go through that. It’s not just here’s my why, this is why I want it. It makes you do some thinking and it makes you dig down and you’ll realize some things that you didn’t know before. So thanks and again, go to to get that and we will talk to you again on Monday. Take care.

Multiply on Your Maximizing Resources – Part 1

The next series of my small business marketing posts will cover how to take maximizing resources and multiply them for even bigger results.

In this first of the four-part series we’ll cover:

  1. Call in the Troops
  2. Bring ‘Em Out of the Woodwork
  3. Black Sheep Clients

Call in the Troops

Finding and securing new clients can be exhausting and expensive. Instead work with other companies to help you find new clients. Find solid companies with secure, positive relationships with their customers/clients. Also, ensure that their products/services are not directly competitive with yours.

Contact prospective partner companies and talk with them about helping promote your products/services to their clients. Always offer them a commission on the sales that come from their client lists.

Make sure to include these key points in your proposal:

  • Ensure that your products/services don’t compete with theirs.
  • The partnership will not take away from their current or future sales.
  • The partnership will increase their profits.
  • They won’t have to do nor spend anything on the partnership.
  • You will produce all needed marketing materials.
  • You will offer an unconditional guarantee on all products/services.

Bring ‘Em Out of the Woodwork

If you take the time to put together a solid referral system, you’ll draw new customers/clients out of the woodwork through everyone you already know. You can start doing this through first showing all your current clients how much you care about them.

Then show them how your products/services can significantly improve their lives or businesses. If you can do this consistently, they will naturally and comfortably bring new clients right to you.

Black Sheep Clients

One of the best ways to rejuvenate business is to find your stray clients and offer them something amazing. First you need to understand why they strayed and are no longer purchasing from you. There are generally three reasons why customers/clients leave. They are:

  1. Unrelated causes that have nothing to do with you
  2. A problem with their last purchase
  3. No longer benefit from your products/services

The best way to bring these clients back is to simply contact them. If you don’t make the first move, they’ll never come back. You make an appointment to visit them or call them if it’s not possible to meet in person.

Talk openly with your stray clients. Let them know you noticed they were no longer working with you and that you’d like to talk with them about their experiences with you and how you can improve things to work together again. Take the time to make them feel special and work hard to make sure their experiences with you going forward are the best ever.

This wraps up the first three areas on how to multiply your maximized resources. If you need help working on any of these ideas or processes, try our GUIDED TOUR to work with an experienced business coach. Also, make sure to get registered for our Momentum Course while it is still available for FREE!

Next time we’ll talk about the next three areas of multiplying your resources. They include: Olympic-Size Sales Staff, Open Sea Fishing and Call for Back-Up.

Episode 012 – The Jeff & Heidi Show Podcast with Cameron Sorsby

In this podcast episode of The Jeff & Heidi Show we interview Cameron Sorsby to learn about his entrepreneurial journey.

Episode 012 Guest: Cameron Sorsby

Cameron Sorsby is the CEO of Praxis, an intensive startup bootcamp for those who want more than college. He is focused on helping driven young people become self-directed career-builders and ultimately discover what makes them come alive. He loves doing things that don’t scale while figuring out what does and enjoys studying greatness through sports (especially the NBA) and business.

Praxis website

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The Ultimate Small Business Guide To Shooting Video At Home

One thing that I’ve talked about over and over for the past couple of months has been that when we get through this Coronavirus / COVID-19 Pandemic, things are going to be different. What was normal before Coronavirus will be different from what is normal after Coronavirus.

How we live our lives and how we run our businesses will be different. Some of the differences will be minor, while others will be major.

I don’t know what all of these changes will look like yet. But one thing that I do know, is that there is going to be a lot more happening online than before. People that were not working remotely or online have been forced to make the change and many will continue in one way or another even when this pandemic is over.

We are going to see people who have always wanted to start a business, but didn’t dare leave the comfort of their “secure job,” start those businesses because that “secure job” no longer exists.

Small businesses will change practices, big businesses will change their ways. There are going to be a lot of things shift…

My friend, Steven Burkhart, from Burkhart Creative Agency (see my interview on The Digital Hustle Show) shared his skills and talents by developing “The Ultimate Small Business Guide To Shooting Video At Home.”

With the changes I see coming, I believe this will be an incredibly valuable course for many people.

To make this even better, Steve is offering this course for FREE!

Click the button below to access The Ultimate Small Business Guide To Shooting Video At Home and use the PASSWORD: winning

Episode 011 – The Jeff & Heidi Show Podcast with Wendy Byford

In this episode of The Jeff & Heidi Show podcast we interview Wendy Byford and learn about her entrepreneurial journey.

Episode 011 Guest: Wendy Byford

As a Global Business Development Manager working for a Fortune 500 company, I traveled the world helping multi-national clients solve difficult support issues.  I took early retirement in 2002 to start my own home-based businesses and never looked back.  For the past 15 years I have owned and managed a company that forms corporations and LLCs for clients with home-based businesses. 

We also educate these clients on how to run these entities to stay in compliance and reap the tax benefits they expect; and we are now moving our time and energy into the education sector. 

My business partners are my husband, Gary Bauer, and our CPA, Warren Taryle. 

Recently we have added an affiliate program  of outstanding marketing tools and education to our growing list of businesses. 

Join the Facebook group BizEngaged for Entrepreneurs with LLCs join discussion, ask questions and get free training. 

To get our free annual LLC minutes checklist and template, go to

If you are an entrepreneur starting a new business or wondering if you have structured your existing business correctly, this podcast episode will be of value to you. Wendy has a wide range of expertise and talent and is an incredibly valuable resource on this topic.

Make sure to take advantage of the free report she offers at the link above from and all of the resources they have to offer in their Facebook group.

Many new business owners and entrepreneurs don’t know where to start and Wendy will point you in the right direction. There are many liabilities that business owners need to be aware of when it comes to the IRS and your legal protection. You should always check and verify things with your lawyer before moving forward, but you’ll be thankful for what you can learn from Wendy and her company.

Daily Success Strategies

I recently made a commitment to one of my business coaching clients that I would give them something daily to focus on to stay productive and working towards their goals while they were in quarantine during the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic.

I am doing it through these Success Strategy videos so that others are able to benefit from them as well.

Please share your thoughts, comments and ideas in the comment section at the bottom of this page and share this with anyone that will benefit from it.

Originally I was only planning to post the daily Success Strategies videos for a week. But I have decided to continue them for a while longer and will post them on their own page, rather than just in this blog post.

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Day 5: Choose Your Attitude – “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms — to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” – Viktor Frankl

Day 4: Proximity – “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”

Day 3: Staying Connected & Knowing Your Why

Day 2: Personal Development & Self-Education

Day 1: Priorities & Productivity