Monthly Archives: January 2012

The 30-Second Elevator Speech – Focus and Cut out the Crap

Tweet A lot can be said in 30 seconds but it’s what you say that’s important. Screenwriters have to be expert at the short pitch. They often have no longer than that brief half-minute to corner a movie executive and … Continue reading

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How TV Reduced People’s Attention Span and How that Can Benefit You

Tweet The 30-second elevator pitch may seem terrifying to new network marketers, but why should that be? There are very few people who don’t own a television, a medium that can provide us with hundreds of different channels with everything … Continue reading

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Why 30-Second Speeches Can Fail

Tweet Remember “The King’s Speech” the movie about King George VI and his debilitating stutter? This man had to face and overcome an enormous challenge in order to address the entire world. If a 30-second speech is giving you a … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Staying Focused

Tweet If you’ve struggled to reach the top of your game, one day it will dawn on you that you’re at a different level in your career. Sometimes it takes a while to sink in, but you should feel proud … Continue reading

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8 Mistakes that Spell Amateur Blogger

Tweet It is always recommended that a network marketer start his or her own blog, but in a rush to get the ball rolling many newbies overlook some fundamental rules. A hastily built blog will look unprofessional, so here are … Continue reading

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Your Comfort Zone – Ready to Step Out?

Tweet If you ask any ordinary person if they have comfort zones associated with things they do, they’ll probably say yes, but it may take them a few minutes to think what they are. Public speaking is often one of … Continue reading

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