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The Blueprint of Creating a Business That Supports Your Life Goals

Written by Jamie Irvine | 3.5-minute read

Your over-arching life goals will become the blueprint that will guide you, help you remove barriers and fully express your greatness. With this blueprint clearly in place, you can shift your attention to building a business that supports your life goals.

This is a critical time in the evolution of your business and your entrepreneurial journey. This is where most entrepreneurs get it wrong and end up chasing a nightmare disguised as a dream! keep reading »

Making an Impact Is the Holy Grail

Every week I read BLOGS, listen to Podcasts, watch Videos, and engage on Social Media. I’m trying to learn how to have an impact.

Every week I create content that includes BLOGS, Videos, Emails, and Social Media Posts. I have also been a guest on Podcasts on average once a month for the last year. I’m trying to teach, I’m trying to connect, I’m trying to have an impact.

But, is that activity producing the results I am trying to achieve? keep reading »

The Confidence Factor – Your USP for Life

Confidence is one of the things in life that is absolutely necessary to achieve great things and can be an even greater liability if misused or misunderstood.

In sales, the acronym U.S.P stands for Unique Selling Proposition and is usually applied to the thing that differentiates the company, salesperson, and offer from their competitors.  keep reading »

Patience – My New Secret Weapon

When I was a teenager I didn’t give a lot of thought to my future, I graduated high school not knowing what I wanted to do with my life.

Once I entered the workforce I found the Commercial Heavy Vehicle Parts Industry. This industry is perfect for me, it allows me to work in a blue collar industry while holding positions in Management and Sales. After 12 years in the industry, I left to start my own business which I successfully bootstrapped with a $700.00 initial investment and built a 6-figure contracting business that I sold 7 years later. Now I am back in the Commercial Heavy Vehicle Parts Industry and I am loving every minute of it.

Sounds like a great story with a happy ending right?

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