I spent 5 days last week in a training course called Craig Duswalt's Rockstar Marketing Bootcamp. Craig’s course delivers more information about branding yourself offline and online as well as some of the best entertainment that I have ever seen or heard at any of these marathon events. Starting at 8:30 every morning and running until 11pm or later each day was exhausting for me. I can only imagine what it would be like to be Craig up there talking and hosting the entire event. He is amazing. Some of the talent that appeared and put on spectacular shows for the crowd of 300 extremely enthusiastic people were Eddie Money, Gilby Clarke from Guns’N’Roses and his extremely talented and entrepreneurial wife Daniella – founder of Frankie B jeans, Mike Rayburn – guitarist/comedian extraordinaire, and Glenn Morshower. For those of you who do not know the name Glenn Morshower, just plug it into Google and go to IMDB to see the extensive list of TV shows and movies he has been in. Once you see his picture you are going to say, “oh, him!” He started at about 9:30 on Saturday evening and the next thing that I knew ...

If you are interested in marketing your business online, don’t want to pay for one of those expensive marketing companies, don't feel like you can tackle the technical side of setting up a website, and are not familiar with MLSP, short for MyLeadSystemPro or MLMLeadSystemPro, then it is time to take a closer look.

The X Factor is one of the most talked about reality TV shows in history. It's not just about being a singer, it's not even about being a great singer, it's about the X Factor. What is it that makes you different? Why are you unique? In business - it's what is your USP - your Unique Selling Proposition. Do you really think you "got it"? Do you???

Have you ever sat down to the computer only to find yourself with no blog post ideas? You're drawing a complete blank! You become easily distracted! The time spins by! You anxiety shoots through the roof! Deadlines approach! YIKES!!! Well, even if it's not all that bad, sometimes it is difficult to come up with blog post ideas as frequently as we'd like. There are a number of reasons for this this, ranging from a lack of experience or exposure in the niche covered by your blog to spending too much time staring at a computer screen. Nonetheless, with some simple guidance, you'll be surprised at how much content you have available to you.

There is so much written about what is great with being part of a multilevel marketing (MLM) company, and why we should all be in the MLM business, that I have decided to take a different approach. In fact, this is probably much more true to what the non-MLM person is thinking, and what the MLM associate addresses on an regular basis. There are a lot of reasons not to take that first step and here we are going to review the top five reasons not to join an MLM company.