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When we feel somewhat blue or despondent there is dependably a justifiable reason explanation behind that, which in a large portion of the cases the genuine reason stays is in not having enough cash or being troubled with a present place of employment, or live in where you would prefer not to live.
Over the numerous years that I’ve been examining the human practices and brain science in business and life, and I’ve generally been interested especially concerning why individuals do certain things in the specific circumstances and how it influences their lives.
It doesn’t make a difference if it’s good to go or life, consistently and minute we experience the numerous basic leadership forms that actually make our life around us!
This can’t be all the more evident and once you really get this, the entire life will change for you the way you want, want to become a millionaire? Your mind will say, no problem, let’s do it! Instead of I can’t.
There are huge amounts of extraordinary instruments and data accessible to anybody, so the assets isn’t the issue. The issue is inside the individual how clever he or she is. Somebody needs a next to no to wind up fantastically fruitful, while the other can have everything at the transfer however never gets through.
It has actually also been Harv’s mission to share his knowledge with others so that everyone has a chance to attain wealth with his tested and proven strategy plan, which now motivates thousands of people all around the world. Harv’s Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar is well known worldwide, transforming people’s lives.
There are many ways how to become rich and wealthy from a business point of view, but only one way from self-development point. You have to learn the psychology of wealth and find your own inner power to match the frequency of the wealth or anything one is going after.
Here is Harv Eker’s latest eBook Called MindFrick – How to Master Your Inner World to Succeed in the Outer World, which is an addition and a short guide to his new and super powerful online training program, Secrets of Inner Power.
It’s very important to state some facts and points here about the new course.
It’s not any magic formula neither hype just to try to fool people, but rather the proven formula used by many successful and wealthy people, and it has everything to do with Inner Self and Mind, since the mind is the only thing that is stopping us from doing what we want, ironically.
I know what you probably think now.
How can my mind be stopping me from achieving what I want?
It’s also very important to realize that we are not our mind. Have you ever heard of self-sabotage or self-sabotaging behavior?
Well, that’s all caused by the mind.
Unless you learn how to master and control your mind, this is what you going to encounter. The mind is the amazing tool that can create the amazing things but also not so good things. So, let’s dive into the finding out more about the power of the mind.
The problem is that most of the people are carrying so much of garbage with themselves in form of non-supporting beliefs, opinions of others of how one should live and what one should do, etc.
Learn how to find your Inner Power to live the life you always wanted and dreamed about.
Its almost the end of the year and almost beginning of the new one. Many businesses recalculate their profit and losses and apply appropriate business strategy for 2016. That’s basically how it works for most of businesses, and its not any different in online marketing.
There is every year some new strategy for online marketing, whether its SEO or paid video ads, everything is changing. Quickly, so everyone else has to keep up and update everything that doesn’t work anymore.
For example, paid advertising like classic PPC (pay-per-click) used to be so profitable, now its rather video ads. In SEO its changing more rapidly, year by year,sometimes twice if Google decides to roll out the Penguin or Panda updates. But preferably in SEO always wins the quality content and the links.
Online marketing evolves quickly. Every year brings new hardware, new software and new user preferences. In order to develop a successful online marketing strategy, companies need to stay up-to-date on the latest trends. Those that can identify the next big thing — as opposed to investing resources into the next big flop — have a decided advantage over their competition in reaching new markets and further establishing their reputation and expertise. Meanwhile, those who wait or are gun shy about adopting new strategies miss out on the full benefit of these opportunities.
As the 2015 comes to an end, it’s important that your company is primed to take advantage of the seven trends gearing up to take online marketing to the next level in 2016.
1. More video ads.
Video ads aren’t new, but they’ll be even more dominate in 2016. For one, Facebook and Bing have started offering video options to advertisers. More importantly, Google now includes video content in its search engine algorithm. This is a significant step for online video ads, because it shows users are finally accepting their existence and businesses are discovering their effectiveness.
In April when Google changed its algorithm to reward mobile friendly websites, it began using information from indexed apps as a factor in search rankings. Since then, app indexing — which drops app content into Google mobile search results — has taken off. Business owners are slowly catching on, particularly because apps are more responsive to individual users and can be more convenient. While mobile websites aren’t going anywhere just yet, 2016 will be a turning point in the adoption of apps by business owners.
3. Mobile’s continued dominance over desktop.
Mobile usage will completely eclipse desktop usage in 2016. Mobile usage surged in 2015, thanks in part to Google’s decision to include a site’s mobile-friendliness in its search engine rankings. While desktop traffic won’t disappear entirely, Google is obviously anticipating that mobile traffic will dominate. It’s already happening: this year, more people used mobile search than web search in 10 different countries.
4. New optimization strategies.
In the past, most online marketing strategies have relied on search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. Now, digital assistants such as Siri and Cortana can be optimized to answer consumers’ questions. In 2016, more and more business owners will be looking to ensure their business details can be easily found via virtual assistant rather than simply listing the information on the web.
Dozens of virtual reality devices are scheduled to launch in the next couple years. Some are built for specific applications like video games, while others are designed for more general use such as Oculus Rift, the highly anticipated virtual reality head-mounted display headset slated to launch within the first quarter of 2016. The popularity of Oculus Rift and other such VR devices will usher in an entirely new form of online advertising that connects popular social media platforms, video channels and even direct messaging.
6. The adoption of wearable technology.
Wearables will continue to gain momentum in 2016. The Apple Watch, a first generation smartwatch, was released this year and competing smartwatches are scheduled to launch in 2016. Internationally, consumer uptake of wearables is expected to grow 35 percent per year between 2015 and 2019, which will have a large impact on marketing strategies. Because the devices’ screens are so small web and app content should be shorter, favoring a “listicle” format over a traditional article format. Wearables also require online marketers to think about how to best provide “on-the-go” information, as well as create content that is easily searchable via voice commands.
7. Increased advertising investment.
Over the past few years online marketing has grown more competitive, a trend that will continue in 2016. Companies are expected to spend $10 billion more on all areas of digital marketing than they did in 2015.
These aren’t the only trends we’ll see in 2016, but they are the ones poised to have the biggest impact. As the old saying goes, “The early bird gets the worm.” Companies should think about how they can integrate these trends into their marketing strategies now, as opposed to halfway through 2016.
There is every years announcement of best and most celebrated online marketing community which brings up so many financial success stories, online millionaires building their online business empires. Literally there are people who never made a penny online, and within their first 3 months with OMG machines they are pulling in $20 000+ in sales profit every single month online.
This year came to our notice OMG Machines, because of a short 3 minutes video where even Bob Proctor recommends OMG, you can watch it down below.
If you know anything about internet marketing, then you probably know all about OMG Machines; probably the most successful internet marketing training course that has ever been online.
Started by David Mills, Michael Long and Greg Morrison in 2012, OMG is responsible for the success of hundreds of people in the online marketing industry.
OMG stands for “One Man Gang”, referring to the “original one man gang”, Greg Morrison. This term comes from the fact that Greg was able to generate well into the 6 figure per month range, being just a one man operation. That means no employees, just him.
Since then OMG has also brought on some other fantastic allies and coaches such as Joshua Fletcher (Fletch), Kotton “The Hammer” Grammer, and the Network Empire Team which includes Jimmy Kelley.
Joshua Fletcher is considered “the people’s champ” with skills in a wide variety of areas, he may be one of the most genuine people you will ever meet.
Kotton Grammer may be one of the most popular coaches, as he now generated over $400,000 per MONTH. This is done through “local marketing” – taking on clients and helping them grow their business.
Although this course is somewhat expensive at $7,000 and always increasing, if you are serious about creating an online business and making money online then this can be one of the best jump starts that you can find.
If you come across OMG Machines it’s recommended that you jump on one of their infamous webinars and get a feel for the guys yourself. No click button millions are guaranteed, as that is just not realistic, and these guys are all about realistic action and results.
Although the main focus is on search engine optimization (SEO), they also go into Amazon, client getting and client retention, web design, and other forms of marketing skills. There is more than likely someone in the infamous community who can help you with whatever you need help with.
Most people just don’t understand how powerful the networking aspect of being an OMG member can be, as many people have partnered and made a lot of money within this community.
As Greg always says, just make sure that when you come inside you are willing to put in the work and move forward. They have a working system in place, but you need to be able to execute the game plan. We will end with a famous quite from quote from Kotton…”You can never win, if you don’t put yourself into the game.”
Engagement at the workplaces is very important, and it has very big impact on the employee’s productivity, satisfaction and quality of the results achieved at work. Unhappy employees will be less productive and the results would be unsatisfactory of underachievement. Make a nice environment for the people will always bring more and sweater fruit on the long run.
If employing someone, Its important to think about business this way. Almost every successful business comes not just from happy and rich boss, but from those who actually produce the real values, without whom there would not be the business, those who do the WORK, the EMPLOYEES. That’s why its strongly advised to listen and keep the employees happy, which will also reflect on the customer’s business brand reviews.
“Do you want to run prosperous and successful business? ..Keep your Employees happy!”
Study From Harvard Business Reviews
Each year, companies are spending nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars in an effort to improve employee engagement — yet you’ll get wildly inconsistent answers if you ask managers what that means. Academics, consultants, and leaders have been grappling with that question for decades. Their working definitions range from the simple (“discretionary effort”) to the mind-bending (“complex nomological network encompassing trait, state, and behavioral constructs”).
That murkiness is a problem, because there are still signs that engagement — whatever it is — needs to be managed. In a Gallup survey, for instance, organizations whose employees reported high engagement had 25% to 65% less attrition than their peers (depending on whether they were traditionally low- or high-turnover organizations). They also received higher marks in productivity and customer satisfaction. So defining engagement more clearly isn’t just a philosophical exercise. It has bottom-line implications.
For the most part, companies oversimplify things by viewing personal satisfaction as a proxy for engagement. As a result, they miss key behavioral signals. What use are Mary’s positive thoughts about her manager, for example, if she is not giving her maximum effort at work every day? Other companies use people analytics to examine employees’ behaviors and organizational performance but then fail to take individuals’ perceptions into account. John may be interacting with clients outside work, but is he happy doing so, or is he burned out and miserable?
It’s critical to look at all these factors — employees’ perceptions and behaviors, and their effect on company performance — to figure out which levers to pull to engage the individuals who work for you. The levers that matter to Mary won’t be the same as those that matter to John.
When my colleagues and I work with organizations, we conduct surveys and interviews to gauge employees’ perceptions in six areas: culture, job function, advancement, company leadership, management, and total rewards. We also examine self-reported behaviors in six categories: level of effort, personal development, company loyalty, recreation, relationships, and temperament. (We arrived at these metrics by reviewing the academic literature on employee engagement and filling in the gaps with questions about what people actually do, such as going above and beyond direct job responsibilities.) This approach enables organizations without people analytics capabilities to start seeing relationships between employees’ perceptions and actions. Those that already gather and analyze on-the-job behavioral data can use surveys and interviews to capture additional information — such as whether or not their employees are searching for new jobs. Then, over time, organizations can track how their employees’ engagement changes and how it relates to key performance indicators (KPIs), such as sales, customer satisfaction, and attrition.