Author Archive | Sara Basloe

Have A System For Your Personal and Team’s Most Important Actions

Tweet Life is busy. I am sure no one will disagree with this. In this busy life you have to have system in place for identifying which actions to do first. Then once you have mastered the process, you should teach the teams you lead how to do these things as well.       […]

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Foundation of Your Why – Values Clarification

Tweet In looking at the foundation of this question “Where oh where do I start in determining what is most important to me when determining my why?”, begin with intention. Intentions address the following questions: Why are we doing what we are doing? What do we hope to achieve? What purpose are we fulfilling? A clear […]

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Success: 7 More Steps To Think and Grow Rich

Tweet So last week we talked about the first seven topics in the book, Think and Grow Rich.  This week, we’ll talk about the next seven. This book helps people get really clear on what they want and how to go get it.  (Success!) I am sure you want that too!  To read the first […]

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Think about this: 7 Steps to Think and Grow Rich

Tweet Think, think, think. One of Napoleon Hill’s more famous quotes is this one: “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.” I love this book, Think and Grow Rich.  Why do I love it so much? It helps people get really clear on what they want and how to go get […]

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Annual Projections Lead the Pathway to Success in Direct Selling

Tweet Planning out your company’s annual financial projections could be one of the most important things you do for your success this year in your direct selling home based business. Normally business professionals are so busy running their company that they often forget to take notice of what path their company is on. Making annual […]

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What is the Magic of 10,000 Hours in Your Direct Selling Business?

Tweet The widely touted theory, highlighted in a 1993 psychology paper and popularized by Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers, says that anyone can master a skill with 10,000 hours of practice. Whether you believe this to be true or not about the exact number of hours it takes to be world class at anything, there is […]

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