How to Handle a “No” So You Sell More Seminar Seats

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Principle #7 of Jack Canfield’s “The Success Principles” contains a particularly valuable lesson for speakers, consultants, coaches and other experts who promote seminars, workshops and other forms of training – Ask Repeatedly.

As Jack says, “One of the most important principles of success is persistence, not giving up. Whenever you’re asking others to participate in the fulfillment of your goals, some people are going ...

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What I Learned During EzineArticle.com’s HAHD Challenge

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When my friend and colleague George Huang suggested that we do Ezinearticles.com’s “Hundred Articles in a Hundred Days” challenge together, I was a little hesitant. It sounded like a big commitment. But I concluded that the time would be well-spent, as I’d generate valuable content to use in my article marketing efforts.

This is the last article I wrote (technically, article #101 to meet my personal ...

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5 Tips to Overcoming Self-Doubt When Marketing

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Many seminar leaders who promote their own events struggle with self-doubt. A lack of confidence can sabotage your results, preventing you from trumpeting the benefits of your training in your marketing copy, downplaying your credentials, or even pulling the trigger on a marketing campaign. Instead, you second-guess your decisions and get paralyzed with fear.

Here are 5 tips for getting past the fear of Continue Reading →

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