How to Take Stunning Pictures of Fireworks with Your iPhone

Every 4th of July you will see people posting pictures of fireworks on social media. If you want to take amazing pictures that people will want to share, I have put together some tips that you can use to make your photos look like a pro.


All you need to take amazing firework pictures is your iPhone

3 Ways to Make Your New Sales Strategy an Enormous Success

View of the lake at sunset on the pier with legs and feet in first

In sales it is easy to want to seek out new strategies. We can run from place to place, seminar to seminar and person to person to find out “what’s working now” The problem is that what works for one, may or may not work for you. Here are 3 ways to make your new found strategy a success.

  1. You MUST take ownership of the strategy. Simply copying a strategy that worked for someone else may or may not work for you. You must understand that you will need to take full ownership of the strategy and deliver it with passion, excitement, and enthusiasm.
  2. You MUST execute the strategy. Learning is never enough. We must fully put into practice what we learn. For example, if you learn a new sales script for gaining referrals, but you deliver it in an unexciting tone and lack luster body language, it would be unreasonable to believe it would have the same results that the person you learned it from is receiving.
  3. You MUST bring the passion. Most trainers who talk about strategies they used to grow their business, miss the fact that they executed the strategy with full vigor. If you are going to take a sales strategy and make it work for you, then you must bring the passion.

There is nothing wrong with seeking out new ways of gaining business, just make sure that when you find them you will be as committed to their execution as the person you learned them from.

VIDEO: This Powerful Revelation Launched My Business, See Why

Hey! Good morning everybody. It’s morning with Tim! Success coaching to go! Really excited about today’s video something I wanted to share with you. I have been looking forward to share this video from quite some time and today’s the day. Here is what I want to talk to you about . I want to talk to you about the concept of Just one . You may be saying Hey Tim! What is Just one? How does it apply to me and how it is going to apply to my business? Let me share that with you right now.

In business and in life,

How controversy could be good for your business?

Controversy could very well be a good thing. I meet business owners who try and maintain the status quo. They try and serve everyone. They try to please everyone, and the truth is  you just can not make everyone happy.

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Jesus was controversial. Sinners loved him, but the religious people rejected him. He did things that were “outside the box” and “not politically correct” during his time. Isn’t the same thing

5 Keys To Slaying Your Goliath and Landing More Business!

Yesterday I was reminded of the David versus Goliath story once again. The Kansas Jayhawks who were the overall number one team in all of college basketball were beaten by small school from the Missouri Valley Conference – Northern Iowa. Arm chair enthusiast brackets were busted from the north to the south as I sincerely doubt anyone had expected this upset to occur.

Hockey Player In Action

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On paper the teams were clearly over-matched with Kansas holding the upper hand – but through it all this

To Get the Word Out, You Better Raise Lazarus from the Dead

We all know that word of mouth advertising is the best type of marketing you can have for your business. The key is to get the word to spread as fast as possible. One of the best ways to set this type of marketing in motion is to do the unbelievable. Your business needs to solve a problem for the client in a way that they didn’t expect. You need to wow them at an hour they believed was lost.


Business Lessons from the Pulpit-Leadership Lessons from the Ark

We just got home from an awesome service at church. Maybe it is just me, but so often I see a correlation from God’s word to our businesses. I had to take time and share with you tonight’s lesson and my take. Pastor J. Don George of Calvary Church in Irving Texas was the guest speaker and he taught on Leadership Lessons from the Ark. The lessons and principles are Pastor George’s, the comments after are mine.


Lesson #1: “It wasn’t raining when God told Noah to build the Ark” which reveals the Principle of Timing.

How often do we know