February 18, 2015
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Discover the Key to Success with JT Foxx


Achieving success is not simple as you think it is. It actually takes blood and effort to attain all your goals. Also, you have to be patient as success can’t be achieved overnight. And just like JT Foxx, you have to believe in yourself that you can do it.

But, how can you really achieve success? Many people asked this question, most particularly those who want to be millionaires or billionaires of the world. According to JT Foxx, for an individual to achieve success, he or she should focus on growth. However, when he realized that it’s a wrong strategy to focus on growth rather than your profits, he immediately told his students and others to take a shift and concentrate on the accurate information available in the market.

Focusing on the numbers, facts as well as statistics can be your key to success, especially if you are just starting in your field. Based on the experiences of Foxx, it is never a good move to depend on what you think or feel about your business. If you are managing a business, you should not rely on some information based on what you think. The reason behind it is that numbers are much accurate and can give you the idea on what things you are missing.

Jt FoxxYou can lie to other people and talk about the possibilities that you may achieve in the future. However, if you will rely on the statistics and your profits every quarter, you will be able to manage your business properly and you don’t have to think about what ifs because you are relying on the fixed detail that might give you results.

JT Foxx has lots of businesses located from different parts of the world. If you want to know more about how you can achieve success, choosing him as your wealth coach will not give you any regrets. His coaching skills and expertise in the field of marketing will definitely give you knowledge that you will need when managing your business.

Foxx has also some events that you can consider. If you want to be inspired and meet other successful individuals, then this is the perfect time for you to travel and be one of those who are happy and satisfied students of Foxx. There is no perfect timing to attain success. What you should do is to take a step forward and give your best with what you do.

November 25, 2014
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Build Business Relationships With Public Relations

medicare_insuranceCompanies often misunderstand what is public relations and whether they might benefit from integrating it into their marketing mix. For small, mid-size and large companies and organizations as well as entrepreneurs, public relations is essential for building and maintaining mutually-beneficial relationships with your target audiences, or constituents.

Transform From Island Mentality To A Sunshine State of Mind

Your company is not a lone entity, like an island surrounded by water. Envision your company like the sun, with rays that extend out in many directions. Do your company’s rays communicate with your many constituents and positively impact them? You have many opportunities to communicate and impact, and to be a receiver of the good that comes back to your company.

The reality is that your company connects with many individuals, companies, organizations and entities on a daily basis. These are your constituents, your employees, board of directors, clients, referral partners, area community, and others.

Honor them, communicate with them consistently, and treat them well. And, with time, through letting go of the “island” mentality and adopting a “sunshine” state of mind, your constituents naturally will return the favor, as seen through your strong reputation, new clients, increased referrals, less employee turnover, more confident board, and a growing business.

How PR Works, In A Nutshell

To build strong relationships with each constituent, you will want to determine what each group may need to hear and receive from your company as to communications, infrastructural changes, product changes, etc. Public relations includes internal and external initiatives, to reach each of your constituents.

slider_businessIdeally, you will want to proactively conduct internal and external relations on a consistent basis to build and maintain those important business relationships. Also, if, for example, you have employee challenges and turnover, you will want to develop internal public relations initiatives that reach them. Examples can be an internal e-newsletter, intranet, quarterly employee events, upward communications from employees to management, etc.

To reach your external audiences, you have a myriad of tools, such as publicity, marketing materials, special events, direct mail campaigns, community involvement, grassroots initiatives, and much, much more. You also have many opportunities for them to communicate with you through an 800-line, blog, surveys, etc., which will help you to hear from them. This vital information can help you to strengthen your operations, products, services and customer service.

Before long, you will have a stronger company and one that truly reaches out and honors each of its constituents. As a result, anticipate your company becoming further noticed, trusted, respected, utilized and referred business.

How to Know You Need Public Relations

You need public relations when/if any of these points resonate with you:

  • You have clients/customers/members, hourly/salary employees, volunteers, vendors, a board of directors, referral partners, and other key audiences/constituents
  • You seek to increase your company’s/organization’s visibility, sales/memberships, revenues and profits
  • People may not understand what you offer, what is the value, how it differentiates, why they should buy from you or utilize your services
  • Your competitors are featured in the news media, while your company/organization rarely, if ever, is highlighted
  • Your competition appears to be succeeding, while you still struggle
  • Your relationships with various key audiences/constituents could be strengthened
  • You are disappointed in the response from prospects and clients
  • You encounter employee complaints, struggles and high turnover
  • You realize that you do not have a plan to communicate with your key constituents

November 25, 2014
by admin

Public Speaking As A Powerful Tool To Get Business

Believe it or not, I know dozens of people who have put off completing a college degree because they were afraid to take the dreaded public speaking class. I have met business owners who have avoided opportunities to present their products or services to potential prospects because they were terrified of getting up there in front of an audience. When I hear that, I want to both hug them and shake them at the same time. It’s OK to be nervous, but one of the fastest ways to grow your business is by public speaking and avoiding it is like cutting off your nose to spite your face. It’s so simple to develop a great presentation. Once you get out there and present it a few times, you’ll see how great speaking can be to help you get more people wanting to do business with you.

corporateinsurance-1If you are the person in the front of the room sharing important information that your audience wants to hear, they will be excited to learn what you have to teach them. You have instant credibility just by being the person asked to speak as an expert on a particular issue. Further, when you’re finished, many in your audience will want to hear more. People will line up to talk to you because they want to know what you think about their personal story. Or they have an example they didn’t want to share in front of the group. What a perfect opportunity for you to begin developing a business relationship!

Not sure where to begin? Here are some tips to consider as you develop a presentation that will wow any audience and get them interested in doing business with you.

1. First, start off with something powerful that makes your audience sit up and think, “This is going to be good. I can’t wait to hear what’s next!” Known as an attention-getter, the first words out of your mouth are crucial to getting your audience interested and engaged with you right away.

2. Next, know and address your audience. Who is there? Be sure you’re speaking their language and addressing the topics your audience wants to hear. For example, if you’re a parenting coach be sure you share stories of your kids or kids you have known or parents you have helped. If you’re a computer or technical expert speaking to a room full of non-tech people, make sure you avoid any language that will confuse your audience and speak “plain English.”

3. Have no more than three to five main points, regardless of how much time you have to speak. This will help your audience follow along with you. If your topic has a lot of areas to cover, think about how you can combine several areas, or sub-points, under one main heading so that you still end up with three to five main points. Be sure to guide your audience through your speech using transitions, clearly moving from one area to the next as you present your information.

individual_insurance14. Make it interactive. Come up with a way that you can involve your audience in your presentation. One simple way to get the audience’s involvement is to asking for questions in between main points, which will also serve as a nice transition. Here are three questions to try: (1) “Before I move on to my next point, what questions do you have about my first main point?” (2) “Is there anything you were wondering while I was presenting that information?” (3) “What else would you like to know about my first main point?” You could also ask a question and look for a show of hands and then ask someone with her hand up about her experience with whatever it is you’re sharing.

5. Finish strong. After you’ve completed your final main point, review what you’ve presented and remind your audience of a couple of important details you shared. Now is the time to tell your audience about your product or service. Have a sign-up sheet (I always have multiple sign-up sheets) and offer to send anyone who signs up a free article, report, or e-course about your topic. People love free stuff and this is a way for them to continue to learn what you have to offer. After you make your offer, tie your final remarks back to your attention-getter. This will give your audience the feeling that you have taken them full-circle, you’ve shared all the important facts about your topic with them, and you’ve brought closure that makes sense.