Guide to Income Building Basics

In this world, there are those who achieve success and those who do not. I would like you to be one of those who achieve. In this article, I will paint a picture of how you can increase your income without stepping on the toes of others.

Learning to increase your income requires counter-intuitive learning. It’s not about cheating and pushing people over. If you go this route, at the end of the day, you will be left cold and lonely. Push-overs seldom make a significant income. Remember these Golden rules… They will take you far in life… If it hurts you, then abstain from hurting another.

One must put others needs before his own. The Son of God preaches that we should do others the way we would want to be done. Matthew 7:12 and Luke 6:31. The commonality to it all is real simple. Success will come to the ones who realize and they aren’t alone, but by forces are obligated to release their ego and serve others.

Serving others is a very crucial concept. Serve without looking for a return. Give gifts without expecting anything back. You will automatically reap a harvest from giving to others. The Native Americans honored each-other by handing over their possessions. They gave selfishly. They did not look for anything in return.

Serving others will not give you results in your business immediately. There are no guarantees. However, within time you will start to build a network. Just like the Native Americans, you will reap way more than what you have invested. Give it time. Anything worth obtaining is worth investing your time and efforts.

If you are serious about giving back to others, => “Contact Me“.

You will gain valuable knowledge to help others succeed as well as yourself.

 

Glenda Coker

Network Marketing Professional


Glenda Coker is a Network, Internet and Affiliate Marketer. She is a Coach, Innovator and most importantly, a Mother full of integrity and love. Glenda is inspiring, enjoys traveling and connecting with like-minded individuals worldwide!

“Glenda blends creativity and innovation with organization and strategy.”


William Lorch


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Business Card Savvy

Having your very own business card is a must. [pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”][/pullquote]It presents a professional image of your company that is unique to you and your business. There are different types of business cards to suit a particular kind of person or profession. I have listed several cards types below to get you started. Take time to determine which type matches you and your goals.

 Personal business cards

This is the most common type of card. It focuses on the profession and your personality; You the business owner. Various designs are widely available. Feel free to hand them out to family and friends as well as business acquaintances.

 Marketing business cards

This card can be created to advertise a certain product, service or event. Include your name, phone number, fax number, e-mail, street addresses and company logo if you have one. This information should be produced in font that is easy to read.

 Corporate business cards

A logo is usually imprinted on this card to represent your company. The logo is prominent and has a design perfect for the more formal and uniform minded corporate culture. These cards are usually given to important business contacts and potential employees.

 Trade business card

This card is for people in a particular trade or industry. If you are a retail manufacturer, your trade business card will usually be given to your competitors, suppliers and investors. Designs should be related or have a symbolism to the trade. If you are in the real estate business, why not print full color business cards in the shape of a house? If you are a baker you can choose to have a design in the shape of a cake, pie or bread. The business image you create will help people easily remember you and relate it to your industry.

 Above, I have presented to you the most common types of business cards available on the market today. Think of your business cards as tiny billboards that have the potential to attract just the right people at just the right time. Take your time to choose the right type for your business and you will be making contacts, relationships and business opportunities in no time.

Glenda Coker

Network Marketing Professional


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