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Execution 101

posted on September 19th, 2017 by Mike Marchev in Mike’s Morning Missives Sunday afternoons are special to me since I get to watch the last round of the weekly PGA golf tournament. These guys are good. These guys are really good. Yet every once in a while, you see the ...
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The Dangers of Being Inconsistent

The Dangers of Being Inconsistent Starting your own travel business can be a great way to make income and have a more flexible career. After all, there is ease in entry and the products you can sell are both attractive and available. There is one big problem with being your ...
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How To Improve Your Writing

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Dirty Marketing

This may be a stretch but this is today’s message and I’m sticking to it. Last night I found myself watching ABC’s remake of the movie Dirty Dancing. It was not as good as the original, but re-do’s seldom are. I can’t even watch an entertaining television movie without connecting ...
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Eye Contact

Why more people cannot hold eye-contact when they are speaking continues to confuse me? Is it because they are scared, timid, untruthful, telling a fib, have low self-esteem, not confident, “lying,” dishonest, or pulling the wool over on us? This is exactly what a failure to hold eye-contact conjures up ...
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When To Stop

“Don’t STOP when you’re tired. STOP when you ‘re done.” Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Share Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Digg Share Send email Mail Print Print ...
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Lesson From The Oscars

I am not an Oscar type of guy, but we all can learn something from this show. #1: Double check your client’s itineraries. Again and again. Before handing over the envelope I can hear the Price Waterhouse guy say, “We have done this thousands of times. Are you questioning my ...
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Spaced Repetition: Your Single Biggest Problem

Today I want to talk to you about what I believe to be your biggest single problem. I don’t care if you have a store front or that you work alone from home. It doesn’t matter if you work out of your attic or from your basement. You all have the ...
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How to make yourself smile

Do you feel comfortable when asking your customers, “How was your experience with us?” I have a better question: Do you even ask your clients about their recent trip? I am betting that you don’t. And the reason why you don’t is because you are afraid of the answer. In ...
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Don’t Mess Up Your Future

Here is some good unsolicited advice: If you don’t want to regret your past, don’t mess up your future. The choice is up to you. As we begin another year, I hope you have taken some time to reflect on both the good and the bad as it unfolded in ...
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