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Archive for the ‘Motivational Interviews’ Category

What Makes Him So Good?

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On August 24, 2016 No Comments

Dan Gable grew up in West Waterloo, Iowa.

He was an undefeated high school wrestler.

He went to Iowa State University.

He won every single match until his very last match, the championship match and he lost.

Dan went through high school and college with only one loss.

Now we’re talking about 1966-1967.

Dan set his goal to win the 1972 Olympic Gold Medal.

Dan had so many physical problems with his knees and his ears.

Doctors told him . . .“ you’re risking a lifetime of injury.”

So Dan started wrestling on one leg.

And he said wrestling on one leg made him a better wrestler.

In 1972, not only did he win the Gold Medal, nobody scored a point on him.

That would be like a pitcher throwing two or three no-hitters in the World Series.

Not to give up a point is just remarkable.

Then he came back after the Olympics, and he became the head coach at the University of Iowa.

Every year they won the Big 10 Championship.

They went on to win 15 National Championships.

Iowa was untouchable.

During a question and answer period at one of Dan’s talks, somebody asked Dan . .

“Dan what was it that made you such a good collegiate wrestler?”

And Dan explained how “Every afternoon at Iowa State we used to work out from 4:00-6:30.

From 6:00-6:30, we did the hardest conditioning anybody could do.”

“Then at 6:30, it was over.

And all my teammates would hit the showers and get ready to go home.”

Dan said, “I went to the locker room and I got my jump rope.

Then I’d go back into the wrestling room and I’d start jumping rope until I passed out.

When Dan said, “until I passed out,”

I then said to myself,

“I now know the difference .”

Text 858-692-9461 back and I’ll send you the rest of Dan’s story.

About the Author

Michael Senoff

I’ve spent the last five years of my life creating fascinating streaming audio interviews with big name marketers and getting them to spill the beans on how they got rich and famous and I’m giving most of my life’s work away free.

These interviews below are designed to be superior to any lecture out there.

They’re more informative, natural, and the information is more dynamic and dense.

The sheer scope of marketing and business growth information below is mind blowing.

Start clicking and get ready to discover this amazing gold mine!

Michael Senoff CEO and publisher of http://www.hardtofindseminars.com and
http://www.myfirsthmaclient.com

Michael may be contacted at Michael@michaelsenoff.com or at (858) 692-9461



Remember The Laughter . . .

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On August 24, 2016 No Comments

Two stories and a classic interview download you don’t want to miss.

On graduation day at Sevier County High in East Tennessee 47 kids graduated.

After graduation, each student would go up to the mic and say what they’re going to do next.

So Joe Bob said, “Well, I’m going to help my father with his farm.”

Sally said, “Well, I’m going to marry Tony,” and whatever.

Then, this little girl got up, and she said, “I’m going to go to Nashville and become a country music star.”

Everybody else had been applauded for.

And they started laughing.

And she said to herself, “I’m going to remember this laughter.”

Every time she felt like quitting

Every time she got rejected

Every time she got divorced, she’d remembered the laughter.

They’re not laughing anymore.

Because her name is Dolly Rebecca Parton.

Remember, if they’re laughing at you, there’s a good chance you’re on the right track.

Most people are not supportive of your dreams, because they didn’t reach their dreams.

Here an interview with a Billionaire who was also laughed at because of his dreams.

Listen in how he laughed all the way to the bank.

As a child, Bill Bartmann knew he was poor.

And you can learn something important about money from his story.

Here’s how he describes it . . .

“I’m one of eight kids and my mom cleaned other people’s houses for a living.

My dad was a janitor.

Both my parents were honorable and hardworking people that worked every day of their life.

The bad news was, they didn’t make enough money to feed all ten of us.

So we got by on hand outs from Catholic charities, Salvation Army and Welfare.

I remember almost every holiday the Salvation Army people would show up at our doorstep with one of those food baskets.

So, you welcomed it, and wanted it, and really appreciated getting it.

There’s something that kind of sticks in your craw about living off of charity.

When you knew that your parents couldn’t buy you the things other kids in the neighborhood had like a bicycle, clothing or food, you knew something was different.

Mom and Dad were not bad people.

They were working as hard as they could but they just didn’t have the tools.

I don’t ever remember even having a birthday party.”

Bill didn’t stay poor forever.

He became a rich man and what he shares in this interview will grab you.

Reply back within 21 hours and I’ll send you the link to this two part interview classic with a billionaire.

I’d be safe in saying that you should learn a thing or two with this one.

Contact us if you want the link to this interview download.

About the Author

Michael Senoff

I’ve spent the last five years of my life creating fascinating streaming audio interviews with big name marketers and getting them to spill the beans on how they got rich and famous and I’m giving most of my life’s work away free.

These interviews below are designed to be superior to any lecture out there.

They’re more informative, natural, and the information is more dynamic and dense.

The sheer scope of marketing and business growth information below is mind blowing.

Start clicking and get ready to discover this amazing gold mine!

Michael Senoff CEO and publisher of http://www.hardtofindseminars.com and
http://www.myfirsthmaclient.com

Michael may be contacted at Michael@michaelsenoff.com or at (858) 692-9461



Tom – THE Spark To My Quest . . .

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On May 4, 2015 No Comments

When I first rolled up and into San Diego, I met a man that changed my life.

His name was Tom.

I was going to set the world on fire selling Nuskin, an MLM deal I was involved in.

I was referred and told to call on Tom to sell him on my deal.

I was clueless about most everything.

Tom lived alone in the back of his Encinitas California print shop.

He came to the door in white cotton cloves.

He told me that he had burned his hands from the use of printing chemicals over the years.

He had a high pitched voice.

He was awkward.

He was divorced and estranged from his five children.

And we become friends.

Tom was my first mentor to introduce me to the fun and wonder of busing

Stuff I had not understood or been exposed to before.

( and this was a time before the internet )

This man was uber intelligent and kind.

He directed me to the masters of selling like Elmer Wheeler, Fred Herman and Napoliam Hill.

We were friends for 8 years until he died due to heart failure.

On my wedding day, he gave me two framed pieces of art.

Each frame was a beautiful reproduction of an Egyptian hieroglyphic.

Each are hanging on my office wall.

He told me that when I looked at this art it was to remind me to build something great.

Build something that would live after I was gone.

And I’ve never forgotten this gift.

And every time I look at this art, it reminds me of Tom and my quest.

You too can build something great.

And I hope this story will be THE spark to YOUR quest.

PPS. One of my subscribers asked me “what else did Tom teach you about selling?”

He would tell me when selling to ALWAYS look for the insecurity of your prospect.

He also drilled into my head these sayings

Emotion Plus Emotion = Problem

Never make a decision when you are emotional.

Take a day or two before you say yes.

And

Paper For Paper.

If you buy something get a receipt.

If you make a deal, get it in writing on paper.

I was only dating my now wife then but he would always ask about her and ask me if I was being nice to her.

He told me woman are funny and you have to really go out of your way to be nice.

He told me to always work for a residual.

Where you make the sale once and you get paid ongoing.

He told me when selling, always sell more than one thing.

So for example, I was installing door viewers in homes.

He told me I need to sell window locks and door knocker too.

He was the first to explain the up sell and that the best time to sell was after the first sale.

He was a real positive influence for me.

I am lucky to have met him.

He is missed.

About Michael Senoff

Michael Senoff is the CEO and publisher of
http://www.myfirsthmaclient.com

The world’s leading free digital coaching and consulting audio business library.

Michael is an experienced Internet marketer and talk show host and
a popular professional interviewer. Michael has taught 100% on line
around the country & around the world to more than 50,000 students.

His over-the-top on line audio interview web site
http://www.hardtofindseminars.com is listed in the top 1% of most
visited web sites in the world.

Michael has also worked as a coach and adviser to other famous
marketing consultants.