This work by Rob Liano is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
- Change is good . . . you go first
- Putting the FUN Back in the Fundamentals
- 4 Ways to Turn Hope Into Reality
- 5 Keys to a Thankful Thanksgiving
- The Bricklayer – 5 Steps to Building Success
- Success is everything! by Jim Rohn
- Do or do not, there is no try!
- Getting Paid for Your Passion, it’s not a bad thing.
- How have you been? Can your answer be better?
- Making Decisions Today That Will Lead to Success Tomorrow
- Embrace the Hate! 3 ways to deal with negative energy
- One Small Step, One Giant Success Tip
- Who wants to be a millionaire?
- Screw the Sizzle, Sell the Bacon!!
- The Value of Time
Tag Archives: training
I’m currently consulting for a fairly large insurance agency. While conducting a one-on-one coaching session with one of their sales representatives, I offered some advice that many salespeople–or anyone–might be able to benefit from. Get out of your way! This … Continue reading
For over a decade I have been in the insurance business, as an agent, consultant, and sales trainer. And I have seen an enormously-high failure rate when newly licensed agents come on board. Why is there such a high failure … Continue reading
Concentrate all your thoughts on the task at hand. The sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus. ~Alexander Graham bell I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there is no such thing as multitasking. … Continue reading
After feeling overwhelmed or discouraged with something you were attempting, have you ever said “I give up!” in sheer frustration? Sometimes people bang their heads against the wall and expect the wall to break before their skull does; but that … Continue reading
Have you ever played the blame game? You know, blaming others for everything that goes wrong in your life? People often look to blame others for some or all of the things that don’t go their way. As if they … Continue reading
Since this is the week of Memorial Day, we generally reflect on the gratitude we feel towards other people for their service. What an amazing sacrifice it is to give one’s life for their country. It’s a sacrifice that many … Continue reading
Jim Rohn was one of the most influential motivational teachers of all time. He passed away on December 5th, 2009, but his legacy will live on forever. He has influenced my life for the better so I wanted to share … Continue reading
Show UP Woody Allen said: “80% of success is showing up.” While he has a great point, I think when and how you show up can have a major effect on your success. Let’s look at another famous quote, from Benjamin … Continue reading
“Focus on your potential instead of your limitations” ~Alan Loy McGinnis Roger Bannister accomplished something that many thought was impossible. He became the first person to run a mile in less than four minutes. And when I say it was … Continue reading