identifying your hubs

is your partner addicted to this?

I never thought I’d hear the words ‘porn addiction’ on one of my coaching calls. I just hosted a coaching call all about identifying your hubs called “Seven Places to Find Your Perfect Clients”. We had five folks gathered who I was personally working with to help them sort out where they could find people. […]

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thoughts on approaching a hub

Today I had a fun chat on googlechat with my pal Jaime Almond about how one goes about approaching a hub. And I thought I’d share it with you here. Jaime: I totally want to see you do a Become a Super Hub workshop have it be really hands on that would be so much

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Parties as Marketing

So, I think parties are one of the best marketing tools ever. I’ve been talking about it more and more – and here’s some proof! This is an excerpt from an interview I did with Joel Monk (JM) and Laurens van Aarle (LV) of Coaches Rising in Amsterdam. I think you’ll dig it. JM:            So

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Tour Stop #2: Winnipeg (Day Two)

What. A. Day. My day started off with a massage. I’ve decided this is a great way to start ones day. After that, I grabbed lunch with my friend Amber at the legendary Mondragon Cafe. Says there website . . . Mondragon is a political bookstore and vegan restaurant located in Winnipeg’s historic exchange district.

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Tour Stop #2: Winnipeg (Day One)

Thursday Night: I am in love with Winnipeg. My old friend Jeff Golfman picked me up at the airport today (arriving from Tour Stop #1 in Calgary yesterday. And he drove me straight to Woolsley. Woolsley is the cool, hippy neighbourhood in town. It’s full of old quaint houses and big old trees that are

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The hidden influence of social networks – Nicholas Christakis

We’re all embedded in vast social networks of friends, family, co-workers and more. Nicholas Christakis tracks how a wide variety of traits — from happiness to obesity — can spread from person to person, showing how your location in the network might impact your life in ways you don’t even know. [vsw id=”2U-tOghblfE” source=”youtube” width=”425″

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