“Failure is like a patient teacher who tells us, ‘No, THAT won’t work. Try a little…
differently. Or maybe a lot differently.’ If you look at failure as a coach, as a manager encouraging you to try different approaches, you get a much better idea of what failure is.” Ben Stein
“One of the biggest wastes of time and opportunity that I see is people who do not qualify the prospects they target. Instead of …
going after primary prospects, they go after suspects. The difference between suspect and prospect is quality. For example, a bank should never run ads just saying how wonderful it is. The banks should run ads offering a booklet that says, ‘How to Finance a New Home or Refinance an Existing One and Save $15,000 or […]
“If you need everything to work with the first attempt; if you will only move forward …
on a straight line; if you can’t bounce back from a humiliating flop now and then – you can forget about being a successful entrepreneur. Get a safe job somewhere and be done with it.” Dan Kennedy
Accurate and updated customer information is one of the most valuable assets within any business.
Without it, the business is severely limited in its ability to communicate with customers and roll out additional promotions, and product or service offerings.
“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.” Bill Gates
“Success seems to be connected to action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they never quit.” John Willard Marriott