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Business Success with Tony DUrso

The Easy

There are smart ways to use social media to one’s advantage to get sales or promote your brand.

There are giant social media networks we all know such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Send out a post, and if done right, some people respond. How many respond is based on a myriad of options, features and techniques.

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Creating A More Effective Hiring Process

More than location or capital, the most valuable resources a business has are the people who work for it. That’s especially true for entrepreneurs, who often don’t start with much in the way of resources, except for their employees. High-quality, motivated and dedicated people are the foundation on which successful businesses are built.

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How To Track And Validate Website Sales Leads By Marketing Channel

In Internet marketing, it’s often what you don’t know that can hurt you most. Case in point: An online marketer might review the statistics from his or her lead generation website and find that one source is generating far more conversions than the others. With that in mind, the marketer may revamp all sources to be more like what he or she believes is the highest-performing source.

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When Down, Take a Break

Part 12 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

(Go to Part 1)

As discussed in the last section, He Who Persists, Succeeds, you are to persist no matter the obstacle! By persisting, you will accomplish your short-term actions, which will result in the eventual accomplishment of your Long-Term Objective.

That said, there are times when we have to take a breather. You cannot exercise 24 hours a day non-stop, can you?

If you fail, and fail, and fail, and fail, and fail nonstop, it makes sense to just do a full stop and look it all over.

In fact, it makes sense to take a break when you’re down, as that gives you a chance to regroup, right? We look at this topic next in The Vision Map™ series…

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EP109. Brian E. Neal: Making It In Entertainment


Born and raised in Chicago. Brian E. Neal grew up watching Will Smith in “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”, which was the source of inspiration. While very active in sports all the way through college, he got into acting and has been doing Print, Runway, Film/TV and Voice Over work ever since.–Brian tells us how to make it in the entertainment business!
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EP108. Brian MacMahon: Build A Real Business From Ground Up


Brian MacMahon, CEO of Expert DOJO, a Silicon Beach based Peak Performance Center gives entrepreneurs what they need: success coaching, advice, and specialist help in all areas of their business growth. They have a patented 12 step accelerator program that gives businesses the edge they need.—Brian tells us how to build a real business from the ground up!
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EP107. Cloris Kylie: Creating Digital Training that Sells


Cloris Kylie says she “helps you attract the right clients so that you build a magnificent business that creates impact and thrives in the long term.” This Marketing MBA is the founder of Lead Generation Academy and Client Attraction Bootcamp.–Cloris is going to reveal Secrets to Creating Digital Training Programs that Sell!
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He Who Persists, Succeeds

Part 11 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

(Go to Part 1)

As discussed in the last section, Intending For It To Happen, there are actions that have to be accomplished for that billionaire goal to materialize.

The collection of all those actions together, over a period of time, result in massive wealth (depending on the products and services that you provide).

Work with short-term actions to accomplish. Use them as baby steps to become the paragon (perfect example) in your business.

By establishing your Purpose, Long-Term Objective, and actions to take, you can accomplish anything you set out to do.

Now, let us look into the topic of Persistence . . .

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EP106. Luni Libes: Investing In Revenues Instead Of Exits


Luni Libes, a 25+ year serial entrepreneur, most recently founder of Fledge, the conscious company accelerator, and co-founder of investorflow.org, an online service connecting impact investors, along with the Entrepreneur in Residence at Presidio Graduate School.  Luni is the author of The Next Step series of guidebooks on entrepreneurship, and The Pinchot Impact Index, outlining a technique for measuring impact across a portfolio of companies.–Luni tell us why California Capitalism isn’t the answer and to invest in revenues instead of exits!
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