— Written by By Cindy Cyr —
Growing up, Chuck Rylant was driven to become a real‐life hero.
Not having a healthy father figure in his life, Chuck sought out male role models, which ultimately came through the fictional characters he saw in movies. He was naturally drawn to action movie heroes of the eighties such as Sylvester Stallone in Rambo, Bruce Willis in Die Hard, and Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon, and these heroes were his inspiration throughout a traumatic childhood that was filled with chaos.
In and out of foster homes when he was young, Chuck grew up on welfare and in government housing projects from the time he was born until he was 16, at which point he moved out to live on his own. Continue reading “Chuck Rylant: How Jiu‐Jitsu Led to the Hero of His Story”
The luxury of wealth has unleashed a plague of political correctness in the United States.
While children in Zimbabwe are starving, people in the U.S. are arguing over which bathroom to use.
When the stakes are low, people will predictably invent a crisis to keep the drama high.
No matter what the bleeding hearts preach, everyone is not equal, nor should we pretend that everyone is the same. Continue reading “You Can Stop Apologizing”
Most small‐business marketing sucks, and if you are willing to be honest, you probably do not have a reliable marketing system that dependably delivers new and returning customers or clients.
Many business owners are floundering when it comes to advertising and marketing because they have never been exposed to the fundamentals of direct response marketing. Many small‐business owners and solopreneurs struggle as they repeatedly make the same mistakes. Continue reading “New Book Release”
We are controlled by unconscious forces that prevent us from reaching our full potential.
Regardless how hard we try, it is difficult to understand ourselves because we have no direct access to our unconscious.
Our conscious thoughts are conceived from what we are unconscious of, but that does not stop us from creating a list of reasons for our feelings.
We should, however, be suspicious of these reasons because we fabricate a story about how we feel based on unreliable information.
The narrative we tell ourselves often includes a hint of truth, yet it frequently misrepresents how we actually feel. Continue reading “Your Unconscious Limitations”
Your most valuable business asset is probably not what you think.
It’s not your equipment, building, employees or your training, credentials or experience.
All of those are important, but they do not generate income on demand.
Having a quality list is like owning the printing press whenever you need money.
If forced, you could replace your tools, equipment, and even employees overnight, but it takes time to generate a quality list of customers and prospects that know, like and trust you.
Let me show you how. Continue reading “How to Profitably Expand Your Business [Part 3 of 3]”