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7 Rules For Business Prosperity In Maryland’s New Economy

Ifree book with mifge love to meet other business owners and entrepreneurs. It’s great to hear their stories, find out what they do, who they serve, and how things are going.

I’m pretty good at getting to know folks pretty quickly and the reason is I’m more than happy to ask questions. I’m a big believer in asking questions.

You can learn a lot that way.  About others. And about yourself and your own business.

But it really matters how you ask, especially when you’re taking a good, hard look at your own operations. Not only should you concern yourself with whether you’re asking the right questions… you should get a bit more specific: “Are you asking questions the right way?”

Here’s what I mean. All too often, I hear business owners asking themselves this kind of question:

“Why can’t I get more customers?”

Consider how you’re programming yourself for defeat in just the way that question is phrased. It presumes failure from the get go. How would you likely answer this question? Well, if you’re feeling defeatist, you’d probably say things like:

  • The economy sucks.”
  • “Nothing I try ever works.”
  • “Nobody likes my business.”
  • “Maybe it’s a sign I should give up.”

Talk about depressing! By continuing to ask in that way, you’re just setting your mind up for a litany of frustration, anger, and pain.

Instead, why not take the same question, but frame it like so:

“What specific steps could I be taking right now to generate more leads, more sales, and more ongoing revenue?” Now that’s a much better way to approach the situation. You’re recognizing you want change and you’re putting your conscious and subconscious mind into gear to come up with ways to make that change happen.

  • “I could try some new markets.”
  • “How could I tweak my offer to make it better?”
  • “Let’s try a new headline on my sales letter.”
  • “Call up businesses that serve the same customers.”

You see the difference? And it’s all in how you frame the question. But, of course, achieving greater prosperity in these difficult times is not just about asking the right questions. It’s about what you do with the answers.

It’s about the action you take.

Finally… A simple step by step blueprint you can easily follow that will put more profits, certainty and freedom back into your life, no matter what size or type of business you operate in Maryland.

7 Rules For Business Prosperity In Maryland’s New Economy

Free Business Book Here’s what Dan Kennedy, aka The Millionaire Maker, best selling author and marketing strategist has to say about Vance’s book:

The strategies that Vance reveals in “7 Rules For Business Prosperity In Maryland’s New Economy” literally turns ‘conventional business thinking’ on its ear! Vance was lucky enough to be personally mentored and trained by me. As a GKIC Master Business Advisor, he’s equipped with an arsenal of tools that any small business owner can pick up and run with to start producing big time, bottom line results. This is exactly the kind of advice I needed when I started my career… but nobody who really knew what was going on was willing to share. If you’re a business owner and you want real improvement in your business then I highly suggest you listen to what Vance has to say.”   – Dan Kennedy

In this book, I’ve shared a lot of the questions you should be asking about your business. I’ve included tips and strategies that have been proven to work for many of our clients and they include many of the insights of my mentor Dan Kennedy – one of the world’s most sought-after experts in marketing for business owners and entrepreneurs.

By the way, speaking of Dan, I want to share one of the most valuable tips I’ve picked up from him. He said he developed one habit that he does every day. He’s done it for over 30 years, and he still does it religiously. Every day he does something to bring in business.

  • Mail a letter.
  • Call a business contact.
  • Place an ad.
  • Set up a lunch.
  • Send a thank you.

Something. Every day. Big. Small. Doesn’t matter. Every day he does something to bring in business. If you take just some of the actions I’ve suggested in this book, I’m confident that you’ll start to see your prosperity increase.

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Vance Morris SpeakingVance Morris is a 25 year service and marketing veteran. He is a service alumni from Walt Disney World, where he spent 10 years working for the mouse as a Guest Service Manager and Trainer.

While at the Contemporary Resort, he designed the service specifications for Disney’s flagship restaurant; Chef Mickey’s.

After leaving Disney (yes, people do leave) he worked and consulted with The Smithsonian Institution, NASA, The Rain Forest Café, The White House Executive Offices, as well as Chem-Dry and Fast Sign Franchises.

Vance still manages his Chem-Dry business, testing and tweaking his marketing strategies before introducing them to others.  Call it his “Marketing Lab”. He has been the featured copy-writer in Dan Kennedy’s international “Copy Confidential” newsletter.

He  is also a speaker at international marketing events where he has shared the stage with Lou Ferrigno (the Original Incredible Hulk), Joe Sugarman (Blu-Blocker Sunglasses), Jake Steinfeld (Body by Jake), Robin Robins, Dave Dee, Dean Jackson and a slew of other top marketers. Click on the image for your free book Free Business Book