Posts Tagged with "burt dubin"

No. 150: 4 Tips on Successful Public Speaking…from Muhammad Ali!

Monday, July 14, 2014

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Muhammad Ali gave us his gift of beautiful and entertaining boxing. However, I believe an even greater gift he gave us was his unique brand of eloquent & impact-FULL public speaking. Ali remains one of the most widely quoted celebrities to ever grace this planet. I doubt many will disagree with that sentiment. Ali, in […]

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No. 146: Secret to Finding Bulk Buyers Online for Your Farm Products (PDF Report)

Monday, June 16, 2014

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When poultry Farmers in Jos, reportedly asked the MD of Grand Cereals and Oils in Plateau state to buy up their excess eggs arising from a market glut, he challenged them to find outlets for their products, but offered to buy some, and donate to schools. He’s since swung into action to fulfill his promise […]

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No. 140: Knowledge Without “Know-How” Rarely Yields Success

Monday, May 5, 2014

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Knowing “what to do” is crucial. However, knowing “HOW to do it” is the key to ultimate success. The former has to do with your knowledge. The latter relates to your ability to apply that knowledge to achieve results you want i.e. your “know-how”. Your success in life depends on being able to develop the […]

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No. 139: Make Your Competition Obsolete!

Monday, April 28, 2014

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Over a decade ago, I read an article about Bill Gates, in which he said that he saw his software business as a big bus, with no brakes, no clutch, and no rear view mirror. The bus however had an accelerator pedal, on which was placed a very heavy weight to ensure that it continued […]

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No. 137: Succeed By “Looking Bigger” Than You Are!

Monday, April 14, 2014

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Size (in physical or financial terms) can confer “popularity”. So can appearing to be everywhere. That’s why I argue that making yourself look bigger than you are, can make your marketing more successful! People – and organisations – that are popular, often get their offers taken more seriously, than those who are not. SCROLL DOWN […]

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No. 131: To Succeed, Creatively Apply What You Learn

Monday, March 3, 2014

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Albert Einstein went through formal schooling. Did any of his school/class mates also become geniuses? What about the legendary Afro Beat inventor, Fela Anikulapo Kuti (who studied music in a UK college)? Or Bill Gates? Richard Branson? Steve Jobs? Why didn’t their classmates succeed like them? SCROLL DOWN TO READ FULL ISSUE Home | Subscribe | About | […]

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No. 128: Using Location Independent Multipreneuring to Achieve Public Speaking Success

Monday, February 10, 2014

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I began my “Location Independent Multiprenuring Travels” across West Africa, on 1st April 2013 – about 10 months ago. The amazing successes I’m achieving (some described below) convince me one MUST be willing to take greater risks, to move to higher levels of achievement. If I’d remained in Nigeria, I doubt I’d have achieved this […]

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No. 127: Master FEAR, and You’ll Achieve Mastery In Any Field

Monday, February 3, 2014

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What are you afraid of? Fear is experienced by everyone. And that includes experts – be they self-employed or in paid employment. Sadly, traditional schooling teaches us little about how to handle it successfully. This issue of my newsletter offers practical insights that can help you. You could be trying to launch a speaking service, […]

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No. 125: Don’t Be Penny Wise, Pound Foolish In Your Business Marketing

Monday, January 20, 2014

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“What? You want to build a website for your business? That’s going to make you spend money every year for hosting and domain name registration!” exclaimed the IT consultant (NOT a typo!) friend to my Chartered Account client. Looking at my client to see his reaction, I thought to myself: “Hmm, this is going to […]

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No. 122: You Need Mastery, Innovation and a Problem Solving Focus

Monday, December 30, 2013

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Modiu confidently assured me he could do it. He said “Just let me have each child’s age. That’s all I need to sew the outfits for them”.And he was going to sew six full outfits in about 4 days (with piles of other people’s fabrics awaiting his attention)! I still struggled to believe it. Modiu […]

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