Until I attended World Internet Summit in May 2007, I did not know who Mark Joyner was. Now I know that the other internet gurus have crowned him as the Godfather of Internet. He has been there, done that before others became even aware of the term “internet millionaire”. His presentation on the 6 rules for failures and 7 rules for success was remarkably refreshing. I’m summarizing the latter from my notes plus some of my own interpretation.
1) Be Speedy Tha’s the only way you can protect your ideas from been stolen. Introduce your idea fast and well, and you will occupy the vacuum in the market.
2) Be Buzz-worthy Create a positive buzz that people will want to talk about to everyone. Make them do it willingly through word-of-mouth or word-of-mouse.
3) Be The Best You Can Be The foundation to buzz-worthiness is to excel in what you do. When you add value and make a difference, everyone welcomes you. Continue reading “Mark Joyner to Turn Around Your Business?”
I’m in marketing and advertising and naturally, my responsibility is to help my clients make more money. Is making money the be-all and end-all? I never thought money was the end. With greater wealth comes greater responsibilities. The World Internet Mega Summit Singapore 2007 held in Singapore from 26 to 29 May 2007 allowed me to catch a glimpse of the power of viral marketing at it’s best
Internet guru Stephen Pierce was given the challenge to raise USD100,000 within 72 hours to feed 1 million hungry children. We broke the record by the 64th hour and that was a joyous moment for all of us who were present at the seminar. How did it work? Continue reading “Internet Marketing is All About People”
A Report on National Achiever Congress, 24 – 25 May 2007: Tung Desem Waringin
Before you said “so what”, please note that the only author that ever surpassed this figure is the billionaire writer who wrote Harry Potter.
You might not know who Tung Desem Waringin is, but you will surely be impressed that he is the number 1 success coach, public speaker and writer that broke the Guinea Book of World Records in Indonesia.
His success is a combination of personal belief and massive action. On stage at the National Achiever Congress held in Singapore from 24-25 May 2007, Tung was an engaging and animated speaker, gesturing and pounding the podium excitably, urging everybody to have “Clear Goals”, “Strong Reasons” and “Learn from the best to do the Best”. Tung revealed that his editor said he could only have National Bestseller stamp on the book cover if sale exceeds 3000 copies. So there can be no such stamp on the first run. Tung did not like what he heard. He made a personal challenge to sell 10,000 copies by the launch day. The other challenge was he only had one week to realize his goal. Continue reading “Selling 10,091 Books In One Day is Possible!”
I just attended the 2-day National Achiever Congress held in Singapore on 24 – 25 May 2007. James Skinner said there is just too much money going round the globe today, so much so that investors and venture capitalists simply don’t know where to put their money. Yet, ironically, we still see poverty, hunger and suffering around us. The victims of Tsunami 2004 are still living in tents and rags. Thousands of children in Africa and other developing countries still spot a bloated tummy due to hunger. Continue reading “Help Feed a Hungry Child by Downloading a Free Report!”