6 Killer Morning Moves That Can Really Turbocharge Your Work Day

Originally found on: http://www.learnvest.com/2015/10/morning-activities-to-boost-productivity/   Even if you pop out of bed with every intention of having a productive day, it’s easy to get derailed. Let’s be honest—who hasn’t gotten sidetracked first thing in the morning checking social media or reading up on what everyone thought of last night’s “Walking Dead” episode?   Here’s the thing: How you kick off your morning can set the tone—and momentum—for Read more [...]

Value – The Measurement That Scales

By Bob Burg In a free-market based economy, where people willingly choose who they will do business with, money is simply an echo of the value you’ve provided. In other words, the money you receive is a direct and natural result of the value you’ve given the other person. After all, why should anyone willingly exchange their money (or time, opportunity cost, etc.) unless they feel they are receiving value greater than the money they are exchanging it for? The key is to focus on the Read more [...]

When Last Becomes First

By Bob Burg Law #3, The Law of Influence, from John David Mann’s and my book, The Go-Giver, says that “Your influence is directly proportional to how abundantly you place other people’s interest first. Please understand, from being self-sacrificial, it’s actually the key to building successful business and personal relationships. Recently, I cam across the following quote from one of my heroes, High Point University President, Dr. Nido Qubein: “People who invariably put themselves Read more [...]

The Fragility of Receptivity

by Bob Burg In John David Mann’s and my book, The Go-Giver we discuss the fifth and final law, that of Receptivity and how challenging it can be for so many. In one sense, the abundance of lack messages permeating our daily lives can create a focus on what is missing rather than on all the natural prosperity surrounding us. Then, there are worthiness issues that rear their ugly heads from time-to-time. “Am I deserving enough to receive?” Adding to the above receptivity challenges Read more [...]