Epic Rule #5 – Learn how to break up.
Epic – [ep-ik] – heroic; majestic; impressively great; spectacular; very impressive; awesome.
When I was single, I was not very good at breaking up. In fact, I was pretty awful at it. I hated hurting feelings so instead of doing the manly thing and being honest with a girl, I became distant and cold until they eventually broke up with me. I was a real wimp, I admit it. In the end, I likely hurt more feelings than by just doing the right thing. (more…)
In this episode, Networking Star host Jeffery Boyle interviews with Pat Berry, a very successful network marketer and an expert consultant that has successfully helped many companies expand into Asia. (more…)
In business and especially as an entrepreneur, you must face your fears and overcome them to be successful! In this episode, Networking Star host Jeffery Boyle interviews Matt Schneider, owner of the Forward Movement Training Center in Meridian, Idaho.
Matt was in a SWAT team, on the U.S. Martial Task Force and served as an undercover police officer prior to opening this training facility. Matt and his team provide advanced tactical training for police, military teams as well as civilians. You never know how you will react in a bank robbery until you’re in the middle of one – that is unless you participate in one of Forward Movement Training Center’s trainings. Those that dare to participate receive some of the most realistic and advanced shooting training available. (more…)
In this episode, Networking Star show host Jeffery Boyle interviewed Robert Allen, a #1 New York Times best selling author, world speaker, serial entrepreneur and a very successful network marketer. One of the first keys to success that Robert discussed is the importance of thinking big and believing it. (more…)
Much has been written about success. My book shelf is full authors professing to have the answers to achieving everything from fame to fortune. However, similar to defining wealth, I believe that the definition of success is personal and can change over time. For sake of simplicity, I personally define success as being in a state of peace.