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Entrepreneurs Rapidly Grow Their Businesses

GKIC offers strategies for business owners to grow their business through direct response marketing. You’ll discover how to attract more of your ideal customers and clients, get them to come back more often, have them spending more on each visit and send you more referrals than you ever thought possible. These strategies are revealed every month to our Insider Circles Members, at live workshops and through offline and online resources so you can get started immediately. If you want to get the strategies you need to have the business you dream of and hold every single dollar you spend accountable for multiplying itself then Glazer Kennedy Insiders Circle is the place for you.

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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 12:37

Modeling Beyond Beliefs

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Modeling any experience inevitably involves modeling beliefs. Whether you are modeling an experience of excellence or an experience of dysfunction and pathology, beliefs are involved. They drive the experience.

Tuesday, 03 December 2013 12:28

Trying too hard

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It happens to elite athletes, experienced presenters and it has likely happened to you. It comes in varying degrees of intensity and you’ll be known by your ability to minimise it or alternatively it will rule you to the point you will be completely disempowered as a presenter.

I recently read several books by Chris Argyris, an original thinker about management, leadership, learning, change, etc.  I was particularly interested when he described an anti-learning process which he called “a defensive structure.”