How To Get What You Want

January 26, 2011

We’ve all done this – asked someone to get something for us and they come back with something else. It wasn’t at all what you wanted. And you get really frustrated because, you think to yourself: I just shoulda done it myself because then it would have been done right!

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Under Pricing Your Product or Service is Risky Business

January 21, 2011

  One of the mistakes that novices to the industry make is they under price their products with the mistaken idea that if their goods are less expensive, then they will be more desirable.  This is not true – in fact this is harmful to your sales and your company image (branding).   When prices […]

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You Can Create a SEVEN Figure Business in 2011

November 26, 2010

  You all should know by now how much I love QVC. And it's not just because their products are good – or that they have excellent guarantees and liberal return policies – or because they make it easy to buy… Nope, it's more than that – way more than that! I am always telling […]

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Why your product business isn’t working

November 6, 2010

Over and over again I see people with fantastic products and ideas for products – and yet they are not making progress or money or their way to being profitable.  Their enthusiasm for the product is great at first and then there comes a point where the business becomes stagnant – going nowhere fast. This […]

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Time is so precious – treasure each moment

October 30, 2010

My family is scattered between the East and West coasts so we're often not all together at one time. This weekend we'll all be gathered for a very happy occassion, the wedding of my son Chris to his lovely bride Sara. Aunts, uncles, parents, grandparents, cousins and friends will be united.   For me personally […]

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Craft to Cash Tip: Fastest Way To CASH From Your Crafts

October 28, 2010

One of the fastest ways to cash from your cottage industry is selling wholesale to stores. I'd start with boutiques, smaller stores and even on-line stores. These store owners are looking for new fresh items in the marketplace that are not sold in the big box or department stores.   It's a game changer when […]

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