Why We Listen To The “Head Ball Coach”

By: Darcy Juarez on: February 28th, 2017 No Comments

If there’s anyone who knows the most about being the winner, it’s Steve Spurrier. And with it being 50 years this week since Jacksonville’s “Steve Spurrier Day” on March 3 1967, it’s no coincidence that this Hall Of Fame coach is headlining our rockstar cast of stage speakers in April at SuperConference 2017! We’re super-excited to hear his “motivational manifesto”, prepared to empower every small business and appeal to entrepreneurs across the globe, willing them[…]


The Leap Year – 29 Reasons Not to Miss SuperConference 2016

By: Dave Dee on: February 29th, 2016 No Comments

1. The quickest path to growth is collaboration. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to grow your business with the leaders of commerce. Meet and network with the top business minds and entrepreneurs in the world. 2. Rick Harrison, star of the hit show “Pawn Stars” will be taking the stage to reveal how to leverage the power of marketing and brand to drive real results and real revenue. Every serious business owner needs to[…]


The BEST Kind Of Guarantee. Hint…It’s NOT “Money-Back”]

By: Mike Stodola on: February 21st, 2016 2 Comments

Weak, wimpy or “ordinary” offers cannot be expected to produce exceptional results.  That’s simply unreasonable.  Yet most marketers put forward mundane offers then grumble about the disappointing results from their advertising.  It’s NOT the advertising’s fault. The trick is to get to the “I’d be a damned fool if I said ‘no’ to this” point.  And that’s just what is done here. Over the last week or so GKIC has be sharing content from Josh[…]


How To Avoid Getting Hired Cheap…and Other Lessons From Houdini

By: Dan Kennedy on: March 13th, 2015 1 Comment

“The easiest way to attract a crowd is to let it be known that at a given time and a given place someone is going to attempt something that in the event of failure will mean sudden death.”– Harry  Houdini I’ve often said that you’ll earn far more money once you realize being the best at what you do, is far LESS lucrative than being the best at marketing what you do. When the jewelry[…]

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