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Secrets To Your Own Prosperity

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WHAT IS YOUR SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS?

Socioeconomic status (SES) is an economic and sociological combined total measure of a person’s work experience and of an individual’s or family’s economicand social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation.

Your life is formed by the perspectives and philosophies you adapt, and changing your perspective can create an immediate shift in your life and business. To succeed as an Entrepreneur you must constantly look for ways to sharpen your perspective.

One of the greatest philosophies I’ve learned is from business philosopher, Jim Rohn. He stated in one of his early seminars, “You get paid for bringing value to the marketplace, and if you’re not very valuable you don’t make much money.”

HOW DO YOU NETWORK? DEFINITION OF NETWORKING
1. THE EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION OR SERVICES AMONG INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, OR INSTITUTIONS.
2. THE ESTABLISHMENT OR USE OF A COMPUTER NETWORK

Most people when networking uses #1 above.

We teach you how to use #2
Network economics refers to business economics that benefit from the network effect. It is also known as Netromix. This is when the value of a good or service increases when others buy the same good or service over and over from each other.

The bottom line is this. You network so you can make some money. That’s why our concentration is on the fastest and most direct Peer to Peer way to get the money without it interfering with what you’re already doing. We are considered as a added value to what you’re already doing.

This principle goes against the mold of what schools teach, how most of us are raised and what media portrays to society. If you understand this powerful philosophy and implement it into your life, you will develop a substantial advantage over those who don’t.

People often blame the economy, their job or the government for their lack of income  but don’t do much to improve their value or skills. The harsh reality we all must understand is you will always be paid exactly what you are worth, or expect you are worthy of.

If somebody is making minimum wage, that’s the value they’re bringing to the market place. Why does somebody make $500 an hour while many others make $15 an hour? It’s quite simple. One has become more valuable to the marketplace than the others.

When you’re more valuable to the marketplace, you make more money. As an entrepreneur, you must consistently find ways to become more valuable. The quicker you understand this the quicker you can advance in our fast paced economy.

The major problem. Time on a job, years at a specific occupation, does not increase the inherent value of the job being done or, in many cases after the first few years, the value of the employee, either.

You often hear people say “I have 20 years of experience, I should get paid more.” If, in actuality, that person has one year of experience repeated 20 times, why would they expect more money? They aren’t becoming more valuable unless they’re sharpening their skills, learning better tools and constantly trying to better themselves.

Value guarantees a higher income, age doesn’t. You don’t get more valuable hanging around for years. Age isn’t value. People who want more money earn it by delivering more value to their business and customers. As entrepreneurs, we have the ability to create much more income as long as we understand this.

What to focus on. “Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. If you work hard on your job you can make a living, but if you work hard on yourself you’ll make a fortune.”  Jim Rohn mobilephone-payment

You don’t need to go to work on the economy, you don’t need to change your company, the government, your boss or your circumstances. You need to go to work on yourself. When you change, everything changes for you. You’re the constant. If you change companies, tactics, strategies or mentors, you’re still the constant.

Strive to become a better person. Instead of comparing yourself to others, differentiate. The only person you need to be better than is the person you were yesterday.

How do you bring ‘value’ to the marketplace? By becoming better at everything you do. You will quickly advance in the game of economics when you consistently build your character, skills and value to others.

Make growth a part of your daily agenda. Do something that increases the value you bring to your business, your work, your clients or customers.  it’s not very complicated to change your current income level. You simply need to offer more value to the marketplace.

Here are places where you will reliably find opportunities to increase your value and stand out against your competition.

Expertise. Study your industry, learn from your competitors.

Productivity. What and how much you get done

Efficiency. How you get done what you get done.

Organization/multiplication. How you get things done by means other than manual labor.

Influence. What you can persuade others to get done.

Celebrity status. How well you are known by your target audience.

Reputation. What others know and think about you.

Vision. What you see that others don’t.

Personality. How you treat others and how well you connect.

Attitude. Your attitude towards yourself and towards others.

Awareness. Knowing your strengths and what you’re the best at.

Masterminding. Surrounding yourself with those you can learn from.

There are no limits to your success as an entrepreneur when you commit to growing to a higher level. This is the greatest time in human history for those who make the decision not to tolerate mediocrity, and take 100 percent responsibility for their economic well being. Commit to becoming more valuable. You are always in control of your economy regardless of your outside circumstances.

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Who Is “The Connection” Group

Purpose of “The Connection” Group

Definition of “Connection”

: something that joins or connects two or more things

: the act of connecting two or more things or the state of being connected

: a situation in which two or more things have the same cause, origin, goal, etc.

God said to, “Be fruitful and multiply. We must understand that multiplication start at two so you have to be connected in order to multiply. People helping People to Connect

people helping people

Helping others should be a natural extension of every business leader’s responsibilities. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come as easy as you would think. As leaders, we often get too caught up in operations or our own problems to give people the help they need. However, in the last year, we’ve realized that most of our best clients, partners and relationships have come from us helping someone. Here are 10 thoughts that can remind you to help others.

  1. Sharing knowledge

One of the easiest ways to help others is to simply share your knowledge. You don’t have to be in front of a classroom to teach. Every day there is an opportunity to educate someone about your area of expertise. The key is to keep educating yourself so you can stay ahead of the curve.

  1. Finding out what’s valuable to them

The number one rule of helping people should be to find out what’s actually valuable to someone. You may spend time and effort helping someone with something that they didn’t even want help with. Make an effort to ask them where they need help, and keep that in mind when you see an opportunity.

  1. Sharing your resources

Think about the resources you’ve invested in and be mindful of whether they can help someone else. Maybe a developer on your team has some extra time and one of your contacts needed some help on a quick job. Or, maybe you have Charger’s season tickets and there’s a game that you won’t be able to attend. Keep those under- or unused resources in the back of your mind and try to connect them to people who can use them.

  1. Making them aware of an opportunity

It’s important to keep an eye out for opportunities. It could be good press, a potential partner, or a general business opportunity like 4 Corners. Once you see an opportunity, think about who could benefit from knowing about it. One of the ways I like to help my employees is to help their friends, relatives or significant others if they’re looking for a job. A lot of times I can use my business connections to find a potential good fit.

Giving them transparent feedback

Transparent feedback can be tough because some people don’t take constructive criticism well.  There is a difference between telling someone that they suck and giving them good examples of how they can improve.  Some people won’t take it well but, in the long run, you will help the people that you want to work with and improve the efficiency and success of your company as well.

  1. Being a brand advocate

I was at a conference the other day and a American Airlines employee was going on and on about how she loved her Modify watch. She truly wanted to help the company because she loved the product and wanted to see them succeed. Think about the products and services that you love, and don’t be shy about letting people know about them.

  1. Giving introductions

There’s a lot of big talk out there. Someone knows somebody who is a great contact or client, but they never actually make the introduction. Rather than making and breaking promises, make an effort to actually send out several intros each week. However, don’t let your credibility take a hit: make sure the people you’re advocating are legit.

  1. Volunteering your time

Time is valuable and most people understand that.  When you take time out of your day to help a friend, they remember it. I try and do a guest webinar every couple of weeks for contacts so they know I’m willing to take time out of my day to share my experience with the community. Even if it’s not something as public as a webinar or podcast, set aside some time to help a contact. It could be as simple as helping them move to a new home.

  1. Recognizing them

There are a variety of ways to give someone recognition. You can include them in an article that you’ve written or mention them in a speech or presentation. An easy way to recognize someone is to nominate them for an award. There are countless awards out there that could really help out your network. It will mean a lot to the nominee that you thought of them and wanted to recognize them. On a smaller scale, you can have internal recognition within your company. We have an award called “the belt” that looks like a WWF belt. Each week the current winner chooses the next winner. It’s an easy way to make an employee feel good about the solid work they’ve done for your company.

  1. Giving gifts

Gifts can be tricky because you don’t want to “buy” peoples’ favor. You want to get them a gift that makes sense and will help them.  When a disaster hits, send care packages with items that survivors could use as they recovered from the devastation. People tend to remember who helped them when they were in need, so it’s important to make an extra effort during these times.

Helping others isn’t always easy. It can sometimes derail your schedule and cost you time, money and other resources. It can even be interpreted the wrong way. However, keep these tips in mind for some easy ways to show your connections that they truly matter to you.

Financial Literacy is something that we all need because we were not taught about how money can work for you in school. We are taught to go work for money. The “Connection” offers a Financial Literacy Home Study Course that everybody needs to brush up on their financial knowledge. Get connected with us and get paid to share our opportunity

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Funding 2020 Donor-Centered Approach to Fundraising

Key Elements in a Donor-Centered Fundraising Program

Eighty of all philanthropic dollars in the US come from individuals. This means that the key to sustainability lies in having a robust individual donor program. Before you can worry about your donors, however, you must first attract them to your agency and its cause.

At its core, philanthropy is a heart-centered activity. Donors want to make the world a better place, but each has their own vision for doing so. Since most donors can’t achieve this kind of change on their own, your organization could be the perfect vehicle that can help them realize their goal. Before donors will hand over their hard-earned money, however, your organization must:

1. A compelling case for support to which donors can connect
2. A relational approach to your donors (it’s about relationships, not numbers or money)
3. A vigorous relationship-building program (which implies the use of multiple strategies), and
4. An understanding of the connection between fundraising and every other function of your organization.

Other elements that contribute to successful fundraising include an agency-wide commitment to continuous learning and growth, good organizational systems, and the use of strategic, efficient and effective management. Organizations that successfully attract — and retain — donors keep their mission at the center of their operations, practices, procedures and culture, creating an Axis of Synergy. This means that every aspect of organizational functioning lines up with its mission, vision and values.

Nurture Relationships

Today, there are nearly 1.5 million non-profits in the US. The average donor gives to between 5-11 institutions per year. Approximately seventy percent of Americans donate on a regular basis. This means there is already a trained pool of donors out there, ready to support our cause. Our job is to acquire and retain as many of those donors as possible.

Being donor-centered is about nurturing relationships. Once a donor is in the door, it’s our job to “court” them. How many of you asked your spouse to marry you on the 1st date?! You shouldn’t be doing that with your donors, either! If you want someone to become a donor, convert to a habitual donor and increase their gifts over time, you must get to know them, identify their self-interest and appeal to that over and over again. You must treat your donors like people, not ATM machines!

Information vs. Recognition

One way to do this is to provide information about how their gift has been put to work. Most donors care about this far more than they do about recognition, because recognition without information essentially renders their gift meaningless. People want to know that their gift made a difference, because that’s what compelled them to give in the first place.

To ensure that your donors stay in love with you, you must communicate with them on a regular basis –- at least 7 times per year. This means making phone calls, sending out regular newsletters or e-news updates, emails, and personal notes. It’s a lot of work, but it’s the only way to maintain and nurture the relationship. After all, it’s far easier to retain an existing donor than to go out and find a replacement for the one you lost. Most non-profits can lose up to 1/3 of their donors every year. This is primarily because we treat donations as a transaction, not as the extension of a relationship.

Communication and Cultivation

In order to foster and nurture relationships, we need to communicate with donors in relation to their self-interest. That requires getting to know them on an individual basis and connecting them more deeply to the life of the organization. It means hosting cultivation events where prospective donors and existing donors can enhance their understanding of and connection to the agency and its mission. Developing meaningful relationships takes time. The number of donors that needed to cultivated, over time, to ensure the longevity of an organization requires the efforts of many people in your organization, including your board.

In building a board, it’s important to recruit people who are passionate about your mission and are willing to share that passion with others. Please do not ask your board to trespass on their personal relationship in the process! Find people who are genuinely interested in the cause, bring them together with a passionate, mission-centered board, and watch the magic happen. As donors deepen their relationship with the organization, they are often more than willing to engage in solicitation on the agency’s behalf.

Measuring Success

In a donor-centered organization, the measure of fundraising success is not only the amount of money raised, but the percentage of donors retained. Examining retention rates will reveal a lot about your existing fundraising efforts and where you need to strengthen your program. In order to truly learn why donors are involved with your organization, conduct surveys, interviews or focus groups. It’s particularly important to listen to any complaints that are made and interview former donors, because it is from these people that you can learn the most about how to become more donor-centered. Although donor-centered fundraising requires significant effort on the part of multiple people in your organization, in today’s economy, it is the only way to secure your agency’s future. Connect with us by clicking here

Leverage and Duplication Is the Key to Networking Success

The key to success in the network marketing industry is knowing how to build your network and how to create duplication. The big question is “HOW?” The answer to the question is by way of leverage. Okay you might ask, “what is leverage?’

Simply put leverage means doing more for less. The principal of leverage allows you to multiply your income through the efforts of others beyond your wildest dreams by duplication of your efforts. It would be difficult for you to develop a 6 and 7 figure income in the network marketing business without leverage.

You need a system that is easy to follow and people who are willing to take action and commit to the actions needed to leverage your money and time that will also open doors that will lead to their success. This is the How and Why. Duplication is the Key to your success in Network Marketing!
You alone are restricted; leverage takes your limitations and makes use of the talents, techniques and time of others. This is the concept of Network Marketing; people working together with one vision will increase your capabilities… there is power in the numbers. (Duplication is Power)
Jump-start your success by applying these techniques and duplication is inevitable:

1. Duplication Using The “Fisherman” Technique
Fishermen know where to go to find fish to catch in the ocean. Fish are everywhere in the Network Marketing Industry. Just like the fisherman, you to need to know where they are… and start connecting with them.

To build a successful business you need to connect with people on a daily basis, if you don’t building your business will be a challenge. Start by looking for prospects that are around you daily.
You might think like so many others that it’s easier to go after someone you don’t know and avoid the people you know. Most of the time this is true. It’s up to you if you choose your warm prospects first then move on to strangers, your cold list.

Wouldn’t it be better to go fishing in your own backyard instead of traveling across country? If you just go out and release the bait you’ll be surprised to find the many catches that are right there waiting for you.

A fisherman has to use the right bait. He couldn’t catch a shark using a minnow as bait. So what is the right type of bait do you use in Network Marketing?
• The right attitude
• The right tools-to guide and motivate
• Skills

The cardinal rule for building an effective and solid organization is: Use the business to make great people and not to use people to make a great business.
Don’t give up; it might take some time before you get your first bite. Some fish will not bite because they’re not hungry I don’t care what kind of bait you’re using. Just keep on fishing. In this industry you are looking for someone with desire… someone who is hungry.

2. The People Franchise. Don’t just think of franchising in the traditional business. Network Marketing is also a franchise; it is a people franchise business. It is the duplication of each other.
There is a competitive edge to the people franchise over the traditional franchises like Mac Donald’s, Subway’s and Jiffy Lube; your franchise is done from your home. In the world of Network Marketing, you don’t require overhead and operational expenses, you have the privilege to enjoy time, and you’re your own boss.

You can build your people franchise by conducting home meetings, by reaching a limitless audience using the internet and contacting prospects over the phone from any location. Just remember to follow-up to close them to continue the duplication process.

3. The Five-Step Duplication Process. Just like you your prospects need guidance and training. Just like you they must become the leaders of their own network. Just like you they must be role models. Just like the traditional franchises you train and organize your network with a system they can duplicate by applying these five steps:

I DO IT — I MODEL
I DO IT AND YOU WATCH– I MENTOR
YOU DO IT AND I WATCH — I MONITOR
YOU DO IT YOU — MOVE FORWARD
YOU DO IT WITH SOMEBODY ELSE — WE MULTIPLY
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