Jan 29, 2019
Culture, Values, Wisdom, Appreciation,
I remember the great business
philosopher, Jim Rohn, saying, “There are no new fundamentals.” He
went on to say, “You've got to be a little suspicious of someone
who says, ‘I've got a new fundamental.’ That's like someone
inviting you to tour a factory where they are manufacturing
antiques." It’s such a wise saying since fundamentals--by their
very nature--cannot be new. And new can be highly overrated
In our upcoming interview, we’ll hear from
Robert Glazer, an immensely successful entrepreneur who writes and
publishes one of my favorite ezines. Every week he shares his
personal experiences, always based on wisdom that is proven, tried,
and true. We’ll explore that, along with his personal leadership
Interview with Robert Glazer
- Robert’s leadership philosophy.
he created the Friday Forward email, now impacting people around
importance of creating something that adds value, and sticking with
you should stop doing activities that drain your energy or take you
away from reaching long-term goals and objectives.
power of showing your gratitude and appreciation to
to disagree respectfully with others.
he emphasizes core values rather than rules in his company and
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Future of Affiliate Marketing by Robert Glazer
ELEVATE: Push Beyond Your Limits and Unlock
Success in Yourself by Robert Glazer (Releases September
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