I’ve just been on a leadership development teleseminar with Jay Kubassek, and during the call, he quoted the often-mentioned statement, attributed to Thomas Edison:
"Genius is 99% perspiration & 1% Inspiration".
Jay outlined the key difference between those who create sustainablesuccess , and those who don’t. In other words, what is the missing 1% – the ‘X Factor’?
Jay has been working hard over the last 4 years to create an incredible community of entrepreneurs, which now includes members in over 190 countries around the globe. And it was only recently, he admits, that he really found that missing 1%, that intangible ingredient that lies behind his motivation to work so hard.
That missing 1%, the almost magic ingredient, is to be found only when you can answer the question to "What is your Why?, in other words, why do you do what you do…?
This goes deeper than cashflow, holidays or wealth, and is a fundamental question we each need to ask ourselves.
Carbon Copy PRO was formed in 2007 by Jay Kubassek and Aaron Parkinson and has matured into a premier online educational system that has members in 195 countries and over 40+ languages.
CCP has empowered over ten thousand business owners since its original inception.
But what does CCPRO do, and why is it so unique?
In short, CCPRO combines the following in a single, integrated system:
Live bi-annual events
A back-end virtual office
A call center
Sales & marketing training
Internet Law & legal services
And much more…
…all for a very cost-effective monthly membership.
To find out more about this timely online marketing community, fill in the form opposite, or visit Premier Marketing Training now.
Disclaimer: This is NOT an official CarbonCopyPRO marketing website and the opinions and views expressed on this website are the website owner’s ONLY. CarbonCopyPRO has not verified any of the information supplied on this page and takes no responsibility for this website.
New York Stock Exchange – City fears of ‘Great Depression Mark II’ Photo: REUTERS Edmund Conway, the Times Newspaper Economics Editor, reported recently that leading City experts have started raising the prospect of “Great Depression II” amid worries that the European economic crisis could trigger a deeper bout of chaos.
// < ![CDATA[ //
Let me ask you this: do you really believe that the so-called experts have a clue what will happen next? I believe they would be quick to say a resounding “no”. In fact, all they, and anyone else, can really say is that the economies of the world are going through an incredible and unstable shift.
No longer can we make the assumptions that once under-girded economic theory and national fiscal policy.
Today, the non-linear nature of this turbulent financial period is becoming more the norm, as markets reel at the latest financial scandal, regulatory blunder or other apocalyptic economic earthquake (example: Google “2012 pension america” and you’ll see what I mean).
So, what to do? Well, if you didn’t yet know this, during the last Great Depression, more millionaires were made (rather, they made themselves) than at any other time in the western world.
Why is this? Simply put: there were some people who understood that the old ways of doing things clearly no longer worked, and they found new ways of achieving the results they wanted.
Spin the clock forward to today, and we have a much larger version of the same basic idea: things have changed in the economic atmosphere. (Let’s push the analogy further, and say that the atmosphere is a new gas).
The biggest single shift that has been occurring over the last 30 years or so is the advent of technology.
For example, did you know, now anyone can learn how to do Forex trading? All you need is some time to learn the skill, some software, and some cash to get started.
And that’s just a tiny, tiny example: think of the number of daily online transactions that occur, if you can. The numbers are simply staggering.
So where does that leave you? Will you have a job in 6 months, or not?
Will you be able to maintain your current standard of living in the face of ever-increasing taxation that is the fallout of the government bailouts?
Do you want to do anything about it or not?
Should you learn how to get to grips with the skills that are needed now, before your job disappears?
Only you can evaluate your answers. But one thing is clear: you can’t afford to ignore what is happening, and hope that it will all go back to how it used to be, because it won’t.
The economic paradigm shift is just revving its engines, and isn’t even off the runway yet.
If you’d like to learn how to generate more leads, and more cash for your Network Marketing or MLM business, without having to spend all of your valuable time reading expensive marketing courses, then read on..
Just click on the button the right and you’ll be re-directed to Mike Dillard’s GetWWN landing page, where you’ll need to fill in your contact details.
Mike is an expert network and internet marketer, who has gone from waiting at tables to a seven figure earner in the last 5 years.
If you want to shortcut the learning curve, be free from the multidude of confusing offers coming your way, and learn how to get the results you want faster, and cheaper, than you ever thought possible, then get “What’s Working Now”, and save yourself thousands of dollars in marketing training (yes, I know – I’ve done that, to my shame!).
Mike Dillard knows what he’s talking about – but more than that, he’s pulling in the best of the best of the internet marketing world to help train you to become a successful marketer – whether you’re representing an network marketing opportunity, doing affiliate marketing, or CPA offers, you won’t want to miss out on what Mike will be sharing in this course.
If You Want Access To The Top Training, Networking & Internet Marketing Education Then You Couldn’t Find a Better Place to Be on 31 March 2010
Want to know More?
Fill in the box above or opposite to find out more, or if you’ve got the message from Gregg, Andrew & Michael (and you want the chance to network with these amazing fellas like I did last November in Las Vegas), then click on the image below to get started.
In essence, it’s about networking, masterminding, building certainty, expectancy, vision, passion, and most of all, hope.
Company directors Jay Kubassek & Aaron Parkinson come from humble beginnings, and they both recognise how important it is for any budding entrepreneur to see it actually working, for real.
In fact, all of the speakers you see in the above video have been through the hedge backwards to get to where they are now. They know the sleepless nights, the debt, the doubts, the fears.
But instead of being paralysed by the oncoming headlights from the freight train, they took action. They knew it wouldn’t be easy.
They knew it would cost them time, energy, effort and pain, to get where they are today.
But what kept them going, beyond anything, was a rock-solid belief in themsleves and the vision that they were, and still are reaching for today.
If you believe Jay & Aaron do this to make themselves richer, then perhaps you don’t yet understand the power of giving.
The Carbon Copy PRO community has been infected by the giving virus. Members at every level understand the power and release that comes from helping others to improve their lives, and that’s what the 10 for 10 is all about.
If you’re a struggling online marketer, or perhaps from a network marketing or home-based business background, then you will no doubt identify with, and possibly espouse similar values.
What makes Carbon Copy PRO unique in the field of the internet marketing world, is that the training, mindset and leadership development equips any entrepreneur with the right skills to make their business, and life, a success.
Want to know More?
Fill in the box above or opposite to find out more from Jay Jubassek, and I’ll get in contact with you too to answer any questions you might have.
Make no mistake, Carbon Copy PRO is the premier marketing training platform for any online business, and that’s not just sales hype.
Sometimes it’s easy to think that giving just a small part of what we have and who we are won’t make much of a difference, and that’s certainly true if we act alone. Today, students and teachers at my school laid a total of 640 feet of coins,
stretching from the College’s Memorial Arch, to the chapel, and back again.
Whilst each contribution may not have amount to any significant sum, the total amost certainly will.
The idea was the brainchild of the College’s charity coordinator, Fiona Hallworth, here seen sweeping up the coins after the 640 foot line was complete:
The takeaway from this brilliant idea, which turned into a memorable way to raise money is this: don’t discount your small contribution, but make sure that whatever you can give, find a group of like-minded people who feel the same way as you. When you do this, you can achieve amazing results that really can bring significant change.
Click on this image to see a wider range of pictures (uploaded to TwitPic).
Breakthrough Learning in a Digital Age – Session III. New Learning Designs
Breakthrough Learning in a Digital Age – Session IV: Teachers for a Digital Age
Summary of Videos
The technology of 2010 provides all of us with the ability to learn in a way that has never previously been possible
Schools need to become part of an inter-connected network of learning that is seen as a seemless whole
Early language development is one of the keys to undergird any significant shift forward in facilitating this interconnectivity
There is a systemic friction between the innovative use that many teachers want to use in the classroom, and the pressures they feel to comply with externally-imposed, and sometimes anachronistic validation
Schools in their current set-up cannot expect to survive much longer in the current ‘airplane’ mode of learning (ie all face the front, listen to the annoucements, switch off your digital media..the plane is about to take off, driven by the sage on the stage) and at the same time produce the kind of flexible, adaptive and inter-connected citizens for the Twety First century
Governments must change the way they validate activity in schools (effectively assessing innovation and creativity, collaboration, inter-dependence for example).