cultural differences

These days more than ever before, we are able to communicate across international borders. Gone are the days of exclusively presenting our opportunity and products face to face to our friends, family, and neighbors. We can place an ad, reach out on social media, and touch the lives of those so far removed from us…

richard brooke workshop

I went to my first “retreat” at age 40 … 21 years ago. It was a 9-day intensive with 30 other people, none of whom I had ever met before. We slept in little huts and ate cafeteria style. During the first 48 hours, we were asked to not speak, not to each other or…

heart to heart communication

Texan: “Where are you from?” Harvard Grad: “I come from a place where we do not end our sentences with prepositions.” Texan: “OK — where are you from, smart-aleck?” We are rapidly losing the art of communication. The very trait which separates us from the animals is about to be our downfall, but fear not!…

Contributor: Cash Nickerson Communication is one of the building blocks of any team’s success. Considering the greatest communicators in business, academic, and social settings, I find they have one thing in common: They are all great listeners. Listening seems to be the ultimate differentiator. People think of great leaders as speakers and writers , but up close, they speak less…

Contributor : Tom “Big Al” Schreiter Network marketing success has three basic elements. 1. Attitude. While a positive attitude may not guarantee success, a negative attitude certainly guarantees failure. Most of us have a good enough attitude because we joined network marketing. We didn’t turn down this opportunity.

Former CBS news anchor and author of the newly released Broadcasting Happiness book, Michelle Gielan believes we can make small changes in the way we communicate with people around us to boost happiness, energy, and productivity. In the video below, Michelle highlights 3 powerful ways to instantly raise your signal as a broadcaster to increase…

Contributor: Michael Oliver Have you ever found yourself in a situation where someone asked you a question — and then immediately answered it for you? Here’s an example: “What would be the one thing that would make a difference in your life? Would it be having more money, more freedom, more time to play golf…?”…

Contributor: Doug Firebaugh In reality, most folks in network marketing don’t understand that we are in the business of NETWORKING! We all need to get “out there” and become more visible to the public and even strangers. Hermits don’t do very well in this business. What would happen to your business if you would came…

Contributor: Dr.Travis Bradberry We’ve all said things that people interpreted much differently than we thought they would. These seemingly benign comments lead to the awful feeling that only comes when you’ve planted your foot firmly into your mouth. Verbal slip-ups often occur because we say things without knowledge of the subtle implications they carry. Understanding…