Tag Archives: You Inc.

You Inc. Commandment #9- Honor Thy Customer

December 6, 2011

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This is one of the most important commandments, so take note! As you know (or will soon come to know if you’re a beginner), if you want to make more money in your business, you need to sell more stuff to your current customers. Why?

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You, Inc. Commandment #7: Thou Shalt Not SPAM

November 16, 2011

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As we’ve discussed in several other You Inc. commandments, to effectively build You, Inc. you want to develop relationships with individuals who will come to know, like and trust you. When someone gives you consent to send them email, they are opening their home to you just a little.  Even more so if they give […]

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Let Your Voice Be Heard!

November 15, 2011

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Every year a friend of mine, George Fourie (creator of That MLM Beat) hosts an annual blog competition to determine the Top 50 MLM Blogs in our industry.  Last year, I was most honored to not only make the Top 50 list, but to snatch a spot in the Top 15- at #13. Thanks to […]

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You Inc. Commandment #6: Thou Shalt Give Value First

November 7, 2011

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There’s an old saying that it is always better to give than to receive.  Nothing could be more true when it comes to marketing yourself online. In a “me first” world, the Go-Givers stand out. What is a Go-Giver? According to Marshall Goldsmith: [A go-giver adds] value to others in a way that helps them […]

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How Much of “You” Should Be in “You,Inc”

November 4, 2010

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Recently, there’s been a ton of discussion about the concept of “You, Inc”. Not too long ago, Mike Dillard, in a webinar, discussed his belief that people were getting the concept of “You, Inc.” TOTALLY WRONG. I think to a certain extent, Mike was right.

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The Truth About You, Inc.

July 29, 2010

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Since I’m an attorney (in addition to being an internet network marketer), I’m pretty used to taking stands on controversial topics, and from what I’ve seen recently, discussing You, Inc. is one such topic.  It seems everyone and their uncle has an opinion about this! (Me included!) Should a beginner bill themselves as an “Expert” […]

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