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Jeffery Boyle Interviews Jeff Babener

Jeffery Boyle Interviews Jeff Babener, direct sales and mlm law expert. Babener & Associates advises Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) companies on a wide range of legal matters. As a law firm, Babener & Associates also serves as an important and informed resource on the direct selling industry. Whether your company is a start-up or an established network marketing organization, Babener & Associates can represent ...

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Want an ugly logo?

With the multitude of businesses out there, it seems like people are running out of ideas on what to name their company or how their logo should look.  Entrepreneurs are having to look at available domain names (that's the part after www. by the way), before they can even begin to settle on a new company name. Nowadays, you have people buying cool sounding domain names so that you'll have to buy it from the ...

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Tis the Season for Excuses

It’s the time of year for mistletoe, eggnog, caroling, friends, relatives, honey ham and excuses. My kids plan for it for five months, my wife scrutinizes the coupons for good deals and even wakes up at 4:00 am to get the best deals.  I love this time of year for so many reasons, but it can be hard for entrepreneurs. Tis the season of excuses. “Call me in the new year.” It’s a motto we entrepreneurs hear a ...

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Buck the System

Systems don’t always work. Sometimes systems are broken and a complete makeover is necessary before it kills your business. Sometimes years of experience can be wrong. Sometimes, your superiors are just comfortable with their way and don’t want you to upset the apple cart. ...

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Office Trust Falls

This week we were talking about team building. In the office, Lacy does a great job making sure we are always on track. Sam jokingly suggested we should do some trust falls. I don’t think he meant it ...

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8 Tips To Be A Better Salesperson

December 2, 2010 by Lacy Sereduk Everyone want to sell more.  Lots more.  But, what's the key to being a top performing businessman?  Offering the newest and best products on the market? Constantly growing your down-line/sales reps no matter the cost? Or is it always being energetic with a smile on your face and jumping around like the ShamWow guy? It really isn't any of these but it has a lot to do with ea ...

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The Importance of Bookkeeping For Small Businesses

November 30, 2010 by Lacy Sereduk Sure, it's important when you're balancing your checkbook but why else is this imperative for the entrepreneur and small business owner? Let's say you run a home based business either as an entrepreneur or as a direct sales distributor.  You have clients that provide you income for your bank account but how well are you keeping track of what is going out of your account? As ...

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Body Language

You are judgmental, and so are your prospects. Whether you want to believe it or not, you make decisions about new people you meet within minutes and sometimes seconds of the introduction. We judge people favorably or negatively based upon a whole litany of criteria, and words are rarely what we base our whole judgment upon. ...

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Following Up Without Being a Pain In the Neck

You know the drill, you had a great meeting with a prospect and everything looked and felt great during the meeting. But, a week has gone by and you have not heard back from the prospect and you are wondering what to do. Questions begin to enter you mind: How long should you wait before you contact your prospect after a meeting? What did I do wrong they were so interested ...

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The Intelligent Entrepreneur

I was recently told, “You must be stupid to be an entrepreneur in this economy!” I would say, if you aren’t an intelligent entrepreneur, then yes, you would be stupid to be an entrepreneur in this economy. Succeeding in business takes smarts, both intellectual and emotional intelligence. I believe that the right entrepreneur can succeed in any type of economic times. ...

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