Living Your Life To The Fullest



What does it mean to live your life to the fullest every day?

Well it means different things to different people.

Take Nick for example.

Just two weeks ago Nick was driving to the US Military Academy at West Point.

Two days after he got there he was scheduled to step out of the door of an airplane and make a tandem jump of 13,500 feet - with the Black Knights parachute team.

By the way, his jump included a 50-second freefall.

After the jump he was flying to Washington DC on his way to Ethiopia.

There he will meet his new adopted 31/2 old son.

His new son will join the family that includes Giovanni, who is six years old and also adopted from Ethiopia two years ago.

Nick says, "It's what keeps me young."

Nick is a tennis coach.

Actually, he's one of the most successful tennis coaches in the world.

Nick's days usually begin at 5 AM and seldom end before 10 PM.

His full name is Nick Bollettieri.

Oh, I forgot to mention, he just celebrated his 80th birthday.

How about you? Are you living your life to the fullest?

Why not live every day as though it was your last?

 


Solving Some Of Your Problems


From - S.T.

I have been in real estate for just over 6 years and this has been the quietest it has ever been.

One of my work colleagues has been here for 25 years and he says the same thing.

So my question is “How do you attract more buyers in this uncertain market”


Dear S.T.

First stop doing what you've been doing, because it's not working.

What's the one thing you could do that your competitors would hope and wish you wouldn't do?

How many sales courses have you taken in the last year?

How many sales books have you bought and read during the last year?

Bottom line is, you have to know more to sell more.

Buy a book a week for the next 6 months and it will change your life and improve your selling results dramatically.

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From - M.H.

I need help with making appointments and organizing my time.


Dear M.H.

The solution to every problem is in someone's book.

Quick question - how many books have you purchased during the last 12 months on making appointments and organizing your time?

Here's the link to the book titled, "Smart Calling."

This book will vaporize your "Appointment's problem."

Get Smart Calling here:


P.S. - The first step in becoming a great sales manager is knowing what you don't know.

I'll bet there are at least 50 ideas in this program you could use to become a better sales manager.

Become a better sales manager today.

P.P.S. - Hey entrepreneurs and salespeople, who's in charge of your SELF-DEVELOPMENT?

William H. Johnsen once said, "If it is to be, it is up to me."

Why not give some thought to becoming a Sales Trailblazer.

http://salestrailblazer.com



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