Why you should not post links in Facebook Groups?

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I’ve found that groups tend to have more value when business professionals share information on what they do, but more specifically how they add value, not necessarily attempting to get a sale/sell, but more so for the betterment of the reader.

For instance, since I publish ebooks and provide coaching/consulting services, I will periodically encourage others to create and publish ebooks using their existing business, academic or life knowledge. Sometimes I will include a link to my site, but this is usually to let people know if they want more information to add their email.

Over time this has positioned me to become the go to person for ebook publishing information and when they are ready or know someone who is they think of and generally contact me about coaching/consulting services. This has also helped me secure paid speaking engagements as a motivational speaker.

Until people really start to engage in this manner they will not maximize the full benefit and potential of “social media.” There are a number of other business groups I’m int that engage using similar methods, I mentioned above and people are doing real business. Often times finding jv (joint venture) partners. People go on to create products, services and earn hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars, because of proper social business etiquette.

QUESTION: How will the world know about your business if you don’t post links?

ANSWER: It’s about using a method of adding extreme value to the reader. Think of it as if you were mentoring or charging a consulting/coaching fee for the information you’re sharing. You wouldn’t just post a link and leave, you’d give valuable information, wisdom, tips and when appropriate you’d include a link. 

Since all of us have businesses or looking to start a business it stands to reason most of us have a website, blog, FB fanpage, but in many instances we are not each others target audience per se … once you render value, others will contact you, because they know you can help them. Sure some people will click the link, but in most instances, it’s a turn off for many professionals given you’re not adding value to the group.

“THINK, PLAN, EXECUTE!” -JAWAR

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How to Have a Happy Day with Happy Thoughts

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Start with not complaining for one minute, then two, until you’ve reached 30 min, then 60 and so and so forth. Herein, we recall that many of us first sat up, crawled, then walked before we ran or drove a car. Step by step you’ll get there should you really have a desire to do so. Success is yours! Have an awesomely happy day, because you’ve made the decision to do so.

“THINK, PLAN, EXECUTE!” -JAWAR

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Don’t be so quick to sell and you may sell more.

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Remember to build the relationship, find out if the person is in your target audience or not, offer a great deal of value by sharing and engaging in various discussions, creating ebooks, videos and so forth. In time people will come to know you as the source of certain information and resources and when they are ready given they are in your target audience they will seek you out. It’s much easier to sell when someone is wanting and needing to buy.

Earning, $10, $100, $1,000, $10,000 or $100,000+ per month from your online business is possible, but it’s not a get rich quick scheme and often takes proper thinking, planning, regular execution and time.

“THINK, PLAN, EXECUTE!” -JAWAR

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When you must find a way to get it done

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When you have to find a way to get it done

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5 Steps on How to Leave Your Corporate Job

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Is it time to leave your corporate job? Using the five steps below, you’ll quickly discover there’s a system and methods to leaving your corporate job in favor of being the owner/operator in your own business. The only way to be sure if the steps below will work for you is to actually put them into mental and physical action. Once you start to invest the mental and physical energy you’ll find more opportunities than originally planned and this can not be understated.

STEP 1- Find something you enjoy doing that brings value to the lives of other people and/or their businesses.

STEP 2-Start doing that activity that you enjoy doing that brings value to the lives of other people and/or their businesses ensuring that it’s something that may earn money, preferably passive/residual income.

STEP 3-Reinvest a large part of your money back into your business, so that it starts earning double or triple the amount you’re currently earning at your regular job.

STEP 4-Save part of your earnings from your new business venture in an interest bearing account.

STEP 5-Reduce your consumer spending as much as possible, drastically pay down debt, negotiate lower payments with creditors (often it’s a matter of you picking up the phone and asking), sell those consumer products you haven’t used, don’t use or don’t plan to use anytime soon. The sooner you do what was mentioned in the sentence above while earning additional money from your business the sooner you’re able to leave your corporate job.

CONSIDERATIONS: The five steps mentioned are meant as a framework to get you to thinking in a certain way. You may rearrange, add to or takeaway from what’s mentioned as long as you think, plan and execute your exit strategy from corporate America.

If you don’t know what business to start, are seeking a business that allows you to work from your computer, has relatively low to no start up cost and may truly position you to earn residual/passive revenue you’ll want to consider internet marketing (making money online).

Some of the ways you may make money online include, but not limited to publishing ebooks (my favorite), affiliate marketing (my second favorite), creating jvs (joint ventures which is my third favorite) and blogging for dollars (many of you have a lot to say and with some focus you may turn your conversation into revenue). This only scratches the surface of the opportunities available to you given you, “THINK, PLAN, EXECUTE!”

In order to move from conversation to implementation you MUST TAKE MASSIVE AND REPEATED ACTION!

There are affiliate links in this message. Should you purchase a product there’s a chance I will get paid, I hope you don’t mind.

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