How To Say No To Promoting Others With Honesty & Class

Not sure if you’ve dealt with this before, but if you’re a person who’s committed to achieving greatness and helping others (and I believe you are) eventually, you will.

Imagine this scenario.

You’ve worked your butt off and built a great reputation. People respect and listen to what you have to say because you’re honest, generous, and most importantly, you really care. And one of the things that gets you most excited is seeing others succeed.

Because you’re committed to living life to the fullest, you’ve become part of a vibrant community of go-getters who maintain a standard of supporting each other’s dreams.

It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it. - B. Franklin Click To Tweet

One day, you get a request from a friend who’s also in this community. She asks you to endorse her and promote her to your network.

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How To Be a Class Act When Saying No to Clients

It feels good to be back in the saddle after a week of relaxation post Rich Happy & Hot LIVE.

The event was epic, and I left it all on the stage. The overwhelming response has been “….best event ever!”

I consider that a huge compliment coming from hundreds of people who’ve been to every damn conference and seminar under the sun.

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How To Avoid The Biggest Source of Business Stress

Yesterday, I was on the phone with a game changer.

She’s an author, speaker and long-time activist.

She’s attracted high profile supporters to endorse her work, and is about to launch full tilt into a book promo tour.

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