Posts Tagged ‘Robert Skrob’

This Gets My Vote Every Time… (How To Make Money From A Hobby You Love)

By: Dave Dee on: November 5th, 2014 1 Comment

Ahh, the day after election day. Such an important day as your vote has made a big impact on the future of your business (among many other things.) If you’re like many business owners I know, you’ve given this careful consideration. But what about electing to change your future, regardless of who got voted into office? That gets my vote every time. And I know of no better opportunity to create the life of your[…]


Learn How to Drive Your Business

By: Robert Skrob on: August 20th, 2010 1 Comment

Anyone can create a business, but few create businesses which generate millions of dollars. I’m not talking about a business that generates $1 million in annual revenue; I’m talking about creating a business that generates $1 million—cash—to you, each year. It takes four things to build a business to provide you with $1 million a year in spendable, personal income. It just so happens, it also takes four things to drive a car. It will[…]


Shortcut to a Million Dollar Business

By: Robert Skrob on: June 11th, 2010 10 Comments

The Shortcut to Generating Millions from Your Business The constant struggle to produce marketing campaigns and run your business makes it difficult to get everything done. Planning is the only true shortcut to running a business which will generate millions of dollars for you. Once you have completed your planning, you’ll be better able to stay on task, monitor your results, and implement new ideas  during the upcoming year. Without a planning calendar, it’s easy[…]


Self-Promotion Equals New Customers

By: Robert Skrob on: May 21st, 2010 11 Comments

The one factor which separates millionaire business owners from the rest is their willingness to promote themselves. Too many entrepreneurs hide behind a corporate façade, trying to make it look as if they have big corporations. However, people want to buy from people, and the business owner­­s who put themselves and their personalities into their marketing attract more customers than those who don’t. Does the idea of self-promotion create a sickening feeling in your stomach?[…]