How I met ABC’s “Secret Millionaire” James Malinchak

by Nancy on March 24, 2011

Hello from the Arizona Biltmore Resort. I’m here for InfusionCon, a users conference for a software program we use in our business. It’s absolutely beautiful out here and we’ve had some amazing speakers. James Malinchak from ABC’s “Secret Millionaire” and Brian Tracy, co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, were both incredible. (Check out our Facebook page to see a picture of me with James and a short video of his presentation.

Since I’m short on time, I decided this week to just write up some of the key points I’ve learned from the conference so far. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

~ When your fish is sick, you don’t throw out the fish – you clean the tank.  So with us, when we are sick, sluggish, stuck, we need to clean our environment to get the guck out.  This includes our physical environment, as well as, relationships that are no longer serving us.

~ “There are three things we need to become wealthy. 1) Mindset, 2) Skillset, and 3) Get off your ass-et.”  James Malinchak

~ “You can not hire someone to do your pushups for you.” ~ Jim Rohn

~ Money freedom leads to time freedom which leads to relationship freedom.  If you know someone who is struggling in business and broke, they typically work harder and spend more time in the business leaving less time for family.

~ There are ONLY three ways to get more sales.  1) Get more customers, 2) sell more stuff to your customers, 3) sell more frequently to your customers.  Guess where we spend the most time? (#1) Guess which are the most profitable? (#2 and 3)

~ The average business owner spends 11% of their time selling.  If you want to double your sales, simply double the number of minutes you spend selling each week.

~ The sale doesn’t start until they say “no.”

~ “The only opinions that count are those people who GIVE you money or LEAD you to money.”
Bill Glazer

~ Stop telling yourself you’re going to do it tomorrow and DO IT today!

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