The ONE Thing You Need to Declare Your Independence

On this 4th of July Eve, as I’m excited to tee it up, grill it up, and suck down a couple of craft brews over the weekend, first a quick thought… What’s the ONE thing SoloPros need to have to succeed? What do you need to have to… Say “No” to certain clients, and “Yes”…

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$1000 an Hour Focus

How much time do you spend each and every day focused on DOING $1000 an hour, or even $10,000 an hour, work? (Side-Note: Check out Perry Marshall’s 80/20 Sales and Marketing: The Definitive Guide to Working Less and Making More to get clear on the power of doing $1000 or $10,000 an hour work) Or do you…

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The Formula to Earning $1,000,000 a Year as a Professional Services Lone Wolf

Would a $1,000.000 gross income, say $800,000 net after business expenses, a year give you the lifestyle you desire? How about if you could do it with a staff of just three outsourced support people? Now, here’s the real lifestyle changer… You only work 6 hours a day, 4 days a week, and take 10…

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Playing the Back Nine of 2015

It’s Tuesday June 30th. You’re about to hole out the last putt of the Front Nine of 2015. Bob Rotella, a sports psychologist who coaches top PGA Tour Golfers, wrote two books: “Golf Is a Game of Confidence” “Life Is a Game of Confidence” Both these books have helped my own golf game… and life.…

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How Tiger Woods’ Problem Is What’s Wrong With Your Marketing

For a fifteen year period, from 2000-2005, Tiger Woods was without question the best golfer in the world. He dominated the PGA Tour and racked up wins. Today, Tiger’s game has plummeted. Yes, he’s had his personal scandal. He’s had injuries. In an effort to protect his body from the stress repeating a PGA Tour…

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