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books Martin Lee on 25 Jun 2009

Sticking Point Reading Room Starts Today

Today is the day when Jay Abraham will discuss his newest book “The Sticking Point Solution” during his special Reading Room session.

This first session is open to everyone.

Participants will get a chance to ask Jay any question about his Sticking Point strategies for creating income streams that are optimized for a challenging economy.

Click here to sign up for the Reading Room.

Subsequent sessions will only be for the buyers of his book. If you haven’t purchased the Sticking Point book, you can do it here:

The Sticking Point Solution

books Jay Abraham on 02 Jun 2009

What Does it Mean to Get Your Business Unstuck?

Written by Jay Abraham and republished with permission

Many businesses are in an awful rut these days. That’s because they don’t know what steps to take to tap into what I call “the secret wealth of a bad economy.” There’s much more economic activity going on, even now, in the midst of what many are calling the worst economic downtown since the 1930s. In this article, I’ll share with you 7 smart things that successful businesses are doing in order not just to ride out the recession but to grow and thrive as never before.

1. Break down your numbers, not just month to month, year to date, and year to year, but also into categories like how many leads, how many new sales by product, average sale, and average product-source. Then, you analyze any and all correlations, implications, and anomalies this data tells you.

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books Jay Abraham on 29 May 2009

Is Your Business Stuck?

Written by Jay Abraham and republished with permission

When we say that you or your business is stuck, we really mean that you’re stressed. You’re uncertain. You’re frustrated. Days go by, and not much happens. You spend an enormous amount of time grappling with unpleasant issues like cash flow or meeting the payroll. It feels like you’re hanging from a cliff by your fingernails.

You’d like to spend time working on highly leverageable activities, but you aren’t sure what the most intelligent steps to take might be. Or if you have some ideas, you aren’t sure where to begin or how to execute those ideas. And even if you did know, there are so many daily crises demanding your attention that it’s almost impossible to divert energy to strategic projects that could take you to the next level, extricate you from the mental miasma you’re trapped in.

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books &optimization Jay Abraham on 27 May 2009

Are You Truly Maximizing?

Written by Jay Abraham and republished with permission

Are you making the best possible use of everything you’ve got?

Are you getting the best return on everything you’re investing in your business—your money, your effort, and above all, your time?

Everybody knows at least one highly productive person, someone for whom there seems to be more than 24 hours in a day. This person is 10 times more productive than her competitor because she understands the concept of highest and best use. It’s a rather simple—yet inarguable—concept.

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books &joint ventures Jay Abraham on 23 May 2009

Can A Business Really Grow In Today’s Economy?

Written by Jay Abraham and republished with permission

Almost any business can achieve astonishing growth, even in the midst of a severe economic downturn like the one we face today. I’d like to show you how.

Step one: it’s vitally important to take careful stock of all the psychological and transactional changes going on in both the minds and lives of your marketplace and in the minds and lives of your competitors. Look at the attitude and actions of all your suppliers, vendors, and support services.

You’ll probably witness the following predictable reactions: your competitors are feeling battered. Their sales and marketing approaches are generating meager results. They don’t have a tried and tested plan of action. Certainly they don’t have a proactive strategy for capitalizing on all the things going awry.

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books Jay Abraham on 20 May 2009

Why Jay Abraham Loves a Bad Economy

Written by Jay Abraham and republished with permission

I love a bad economy.

Not because of the pain it causes. Far from it. A lot of people and industries are suffering as never before, and there’s nothing positive about that. Instead, I see the silver lining to an economic slowdown like the one we’re experiencing today.

When you move beyond worry and fear, you’ll discover that areas of growth are actually more plentiful than they are during boom times.

In a bad economy, you can walk all over your competition, lap the field, run circles—you pick the metaphor. The main thing is that you can win easily…if you know how to benefit from bad times. Everyone else is dropping out of the race, and you’re seeing the checkered flag. You’re looking forward, and everyone else is looking backwards. They’re terrified, and you’re making a fortune. You’re seeing opportunities and overlooked markets, transactions, and areas of thinking that no one else saw in good times, so they certainly won’t see them in times of financial struggle.

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books Martin Lee on 16 May 2009

The Sticking Point Reading Room

In my previous post, I mentioned that Jay Abraham is coming out with an all new, blockbuster book – The Sticking Point Solution.

“The Sticking Point Solution” carefully addresses, explains and answers the questions of why most businesses stall or spiral downward in a recession like this one.

It will clearly and brilliantly guide you to much higher levels of sales, profits and complete success right away–not years from today.

Jay’s book will be available June 2nd in bookstores–online and offline, everywhere.

But right now, he wants your help to drive insane pre-demand at those bookstores.

So he’s told me that if you are willing to help him, he will do something enormously valuable for you, in return.

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books Martin Lee on 13 May 2009

The Sticking Point Solution

Jay Abraham is coming out with a new book on June 2nd, called, The Sticking Point Solution: Nine Ways to Move Your Business From Stagnation to Stunning Growth in Tough Economic Times.

It has been many, many years since Jay last came out with a book.

The Sticking Point teaches business owners how to find the real opportunities in this bad economy. It teaches professionals how to survive and thrive in this recession and beyond. It teaches entrepreneurs how to get their business going and growing. It teaches managers how to help their employers out-perform the competition.

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