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Programming for Success

By: Lee Milteer on: September 23rd, 2014 4 Comments

Over the years I’ve had many people ask me about being best friends with Dan Kennedy. They want to know what the common denominator is that makes us friends. The truth is we are both very introspective. We enjoy analyzing what makes things work and why things don’t work.   Dan and I strongly believe that the quality of your mindset and beliefs determine how successful you will become in the entrepreneurial world. If you don’t have a good[…]

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Five Ways To Get “Unstuck”

By: Darcy Juarez on: June 28th, 2014 5 Comments

In my mentoring and coaching work at Fast Implementation Bootcamp and Peak Performers, I get the chance to peek into the lives and businesses of our GKIC members. These members aspire to more in life, but often are somewhat at a loss on how exactly to get there. It is easy, no matter what your chosen field is, that as time passes a bit of a rut begins to form. As you become more invested[…]

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Could This Simple Thing Be Stopping You From Achieving More?

By: Dave Dee on: February 25th, 2014 2 Comments

“Why do you want to succeed?” That was the question I asked during our recent Magnetic Marketing training. Throughout the dozens and dozens of answers I received there was one common thread… You want to have enough money to have the freedom to do whatever you want in life. So what does having freedom mean to you?  Here are some of the main things you told me.  You want to… Work for yourself and avoid[…]

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5 Underdog Moves You Can Make to Blowout Your Competition

By: Dave Dee on: February 4th, 2014 2 Comments

While many people thought last Sunday’s Seattle Seahawks-dominated Super Bowl game was a disappointment and a bore; there was something great about the game that you can’t ignore… The underdog won and won big. In fact, according to point spread history from VegasInsider.com, their victory was “the most lopsided win ever for a Super Bowl underdog.” I think the reason many people root for the underdog is because they can relate to feeling like an[…]

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3 things that can help you get everything you want in life

By: Darcy Juarez on: January 21st, 2014 4 Comments

“Those few days in Texas, changed my life.” That’s what John Mulry wrote to me in an email a few months ago. He started his email, “You’ve had a massive influence on my personal development. It was this time last year I made the decision to fly half way around the world from Ireland to attend the GKIC Fast Implementation Bootcamp.” He’d written to thank Dave Dee and me and to let us know he’d[…]

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The Wealthy Get Paid This Way…Do You?

By: Dan Kennedy on: January 19th, 2014 6 Comments

If I owned a bar, to get in the door, you’d first pay a cover charge. Nothing shocking about this. It’s a pretty common occurrence…for a bar. But in a way, I do that in my own business now and perhaps it’s something you should be doing that will help you reach your business goals much faster. You see I have a small number of people in my Private Client Program, where clients pay a[…]

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5 Things To Do Right Now That Will Make 2014 Your Best Year Yet

By: Darcy Juarez on: December 31st, 2013 21 Comments

This time next year you can be celebrating the fact that you’ve achieved your biggest goals of the year… Or… if you don’t plan right, you can be vowing that you will not do the same thing and that next year will be different. To avoid spending next New Year’s Eve wishing you’d achieved more, here are five things you can do to get ready for 2014. 1) Make a list of big goals you[…]

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How I Ended Up In The Top 2 Percent…And How You Can Too

By: Darcy Juarez on: December 28th, 2013 1 Comment

Besides marketing, one of the things I enjoy doing is coaching women’s volleyball at a local university. I began coaching after I was a four-year letter winner and scholarship player as a member of the Redbirds volleyball team at Illinois State University. Not to “toot my horn,” but according to CBS news Money Watch, only about two percent of high school students win sports scholarships every year at NCAA colleges and universities. And while I’m[…]

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Why Outliers: Story Of Success, Got It Wrong

By: Dave Dee on: December 26th, 2013 21 Comments

It was a number one best seller on The New York Times and The Globe and Mail. It held this position for eleven consecutive weeks. Written by Malcolm Gladwell, his non-fiction book, Outliers: The Story of Success, examines the factors that contribute to success. Gladwell defines outliers as people who are exceptional people that do not fit into our normal understanding of achievement. These are people who are smart, rich and successful and operate beyond[…]

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Awaken Your Dream Business And Bust Down Roadblocks With This Indispensable Component To Success

By: Dave Dee on: November 14th, 2013 2 Comments

“I’m not a teacher, but an awakener.”—Robert Frost Does your business need a boost? Do the six and seven figure entrepreneurial lifestyles you read about seem more like wishful thinking and pipe dreams than a reality in your future? One of the most frequent questions we get from GKIC members is about how to apply to your own business the guidance you receive in our newsletter, live training and other resources. Because when you operate[…]

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