Surround yourself with good, positive people and some that are more successful than you, as you define it. These people will bring out the best in you helping you "play up a level". And always help others, the more they benefit, the more you will benefit in return. The world needs all the love and help it can get right now.
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Had a great Saturday morning www.SuccessQnA.com session. Here are some highlights.
Q: How can a person be both ambitious and content at the same time?
Long-term vision and zen like attitude towards life. See www.ANewAmericanDream.com and remember to create a gratitude journal and write in it every day. Good question. Will turn this into an ETR article soon.
Q: What's the best way to find more good/positive, successful people, as you mentioned in your quote this morning?
Live events. We are having one for our Virtual Mastermind members in October. Also, Dan Kennedy has the info summit in november. Yanik SIlver has underground online in march. Ryan Deiss has traffic and conversion summit in January. Bedros Keuilian has the fitness business summit in March. I have the turbulence training summit in June 2013. Tons of events. Get out and go.
Q: How do we find great niches? - Daniel
I've covered this in a lengthy article in the first issue of Financial Independence Monthly. You get all the back issues as a member here
Q: I'm looking for a good biz related ebook for the weekend, any suggestions?
I have one
Q: How did you create a sustainable living out of personal training? I'm aspiring to become a personal trainer that makes AT LEAST $60,000?
Follow Bedros Keuilian at www.ptpower.com and Alwyn Cosgrove at www.results-fitness.com. Get "How to Close Clients" from Bedros and Alwyn's book on the 55 things he did right (can't remember the exact name). And use Turbulence Training as your workout guidelines for clients. BTW, I don't see how a B.A. in Management fits your future. you'll learn more in the real world.
OK, time to go read in the "chair". Here's a little poem I wrote about it:
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer