Why Outliers: Story Of Success, Got It Wrong

By: Dave Dee on: December 26th, 2013 22 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[…]


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[…]


Mystery: What’s The One Principle That Could Allow You To Achieve More In One Year Than Others Do In A Lifetime?

By: Dave Dee on: October 31st, 2013 1 Comment

Happy Halloween! Halloween is typically a holiday filled with mysteries, magic, and superstitions. So today I have a mystery for you… Two GKIC members. Both were ambitious entrepreneurs. Both wanted to make 7-figure incomes within 5 years. Both read and followed the advice given in the No B.S. Newsletter. Both attended events. Both worked incredibly hard. Both succeeded, but one achieved their goal in one year. The other eventually reached their goal, but it took[…]


Six Ways To Prevent Your Business From Being “Shutdown”

By: Darcy Juarez on: October 1st, 2013 4 Comments

Today, the U.S. government shutdown for the first time in more than 17 years. Reading the paper and listening to the news there’s a lot of debate about what a shutdown will mean. But one thing is certain, the shutdown will be temporary. The government will soon be back doing what it does for better or for worse. However there is no debate about what that would mean should a “shutdown” occur in your business.[…]


Five Quick Marketing Strategies From One of the Worlds Top Marketers

By: Dan Kennedy on: August 13th, 2013 7 Comments

We sure waste a lot of time, energy and money in our society. For example, we try to help people who simply are not ready to be helped. Sales managers frequently invest the majority of their energy trying to help the worst salespeople they’ve got, who, in truth, are doing nothing to help themselves, when they should be helping their top peak performers do even better. Just as an example, when somebody asks for my[…]


Seven Things Highly Productive People Do Differently

By: Darcy Juarez on: June 23rd, 2013 15 Comments

Earlier this week, the false rumor that Tiger Woods had died flooded the Internet.  The rumor spread when someone created a “R.I.P. Tiger Woods” Facebook page. Clearly some people have more time on their hands than they know what to do with.  They must if they can afford to waste their time on something that produces no benefit for themselves or anyone else for that matter. What that person did willingly is something we all[…]


Tiger Woods & Rich Schefren Know This Victory Secret. Do You?

By: Darcy Juarez on: June 13th, 2013 3 Comments

What do Tiger Woods, Roger Federer, Kobe Bryant, Drew Brees and David Beckham have in common? They are the world’s highest paid athletes according to Forbes Magazine, with Tiger Woods topping the list at $78.1 Million in winnings and endorsement deals according to calculations made in June 2013. Tiger is not only the highest paid, but he is the youngest golfer to win 50 tournaments on tour. Ranked the number one golfer in the world,[…]


Zig Ziglar: One Of The Best Gifts You Could Ever Receive

By: Dan Kennedy on: November 29th, 2012 57 Comments

I was inspired. Those three words describe how I felt the first time I saw Zig Ziglar speak over 40 years ago. A large part of the reason I ended up in speaking was because of author, salesman, and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar. Yesterday morning the news of Zig’s death after a bout of pneumonia inspired people to share their memories and stories of Zig. Today I’ll share one of mine. A number of years[…]