Habits of highly successful people according to Jim Connolly:
They are driven by a passion to do something big. Something that motivates them AND those around them.
They personalise their business, so it’s uniquely theirs. One of a kind. Rare and valuable.
They know success is about more than money… that if you’re rich and unhappy, you’re still broke.
They show people, rather than tell people. Anyone can claim anything, so they walk the walk.
They out-care their competition. It shines through everything they do.
They out-smart their competitors too.
They set standards, extremely high, self-imposed standards… and they achieve them.
They ignore the manual and write their own rules.
They focus on what they want, not what they fear.
They are excellent decision makers. They get the information required, study it, request advice if needed, then decide.
They avoid those costly detours, which come disguised as shortcuts to success.
They work hard. You can’t sleepwalk your way to the top… or even the middle.
They also relax. If you work smart during work time, you can relax when it’s family and friends time.
They seldom watch TV. None (zero) of the most successful people I know, bother with TV.
They are extremely selective who they associate with and who they recommend.
They lead. The world already has enough followers and the followers need leaders.
They manage their time extremely well.
They deliberately build a valuable network of people — before they need them.
They are willing to stand out. They know it’s the only way to be outstanding.
They summon the courage to do what’s required, rather than what feels comfortable.
They make promises… then keep them.  MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

Habits of highly successful people according to Jim Connolly:

  1. They are driven by a passion to do something big. Something that motivates them AND those around them.
  2. They personalise their business, so it’s uniquely theirs. One of a kind. Rare and valuable.
  3. They know success is about more than money… that if you’re rich and unhappy, you’re still broke.
  4. They show people, rather than tell people. Anyone can claim anything, so they walk the walk.
  5. They out-care their competition. It shines through everything they do.
  6. They out-smart their competitors too.
  7. They set standards, extremely high, self-imposed standards… and they achieve them.
  8. They ignore the manual and write their own rules.
  9. They focus on what they want, not what they fear.
  10. They are excellent decision makers. They get the information required, study it, request advice if needed, then decide.
  11. They avoid those costly detours, which come disguised as shortcuts to success.
  12. They work hard. You can’t sleepwalk your way to the top… or even the middle.
  13. They also relax. If you work smart during work time, you can relax when it’s family and friends time.
  14. They seldom watch TV. None (zero) of the most successful people I know, bother with TV.
  15. They are extremely selective who they associate with and who they recommend.
  16. They lead. The world already has enough followers and the followers need leaders.
  17. They manage their time extremely well.
  18. They deliberately build a valuable network of people — before they need them.
  19. They are willing to stand out. They know it’s the only way to be outstanding.
  20. They summon the courage to do what’s required, rather than what feels comfortable.
  21. They make promises… then keep them. 

    MW = @mw4ever@mwlives

How does your product, service or business distinguish itself from the rest of the pack that offers a similar thing? 
If the answer is not clearly visible to consumers, you’ll never be able to successfully sell your product/service at a high-end premium price.
As previously stated, meeting customers’s needs and wants is NOT the way to get them to pay more for something that is available elsewhere. 
If you want them to pay more, you must offering an euphoric experience that makes them say “WOW” or “Whoah” or “DAMN” or “This is the SH!T!”
MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

How does your product, service or business distinguish itself from the rest of the pack that offers a similar thing? 

If the answer is not clearly visible to consumers, you’ll never be able to successfully sell your product/service at a high-end premium price.

As previously stated, meeting customers’s needs and wants is NOT the way to get them to pay more for something that is available elsewhere. 

If you want them to pay more, you must offering an euphoric experience that makes them say “WOW” or “Whoah” or “DAMN” or “This is the SH!T!”

MW = @mw4ever@mwlives

Many professional athletes are hyped to be the next best thing or predicted to be greatest but very rarely do they end up being that. How can we learn from this in business??

The reason many businesses fail or remain average is because they fail to deliver on their promise to customers. They don’t meet expectations nor the hype projected in their marketing.

To Be considered the “King” (Lebron) or the “Truth” (Pierce) in your industry you must consistently exceed expectations not just meet them. This is what separates The GREATS from those who are just happy to be in the game.

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

This Donell Jones song “Where I Wanna Be” is a microcosm of what many business owners, marketing executives, aspiring business owners, and students are going through right now. They don’t have a clear vision of where they want to be. Many of them kinda have an idea and are going through many activities to reach an UNCLEAR VISION. By continuing to operate in this manner will cause you to waste alot energy, time, and money.

To Achieve your definition of Success, you must have a clear vision of where you want to Be and when do you want to be there. Prior to any house is built, the architect and construction workers have a clear vision how that house is suppose to look and where it’s suppose to be before any brick/tile gets put down. Therefore, to know where exactly you want to go, Ask yourself and answer this question:

What Exactly do I want out of life? (Be Specific and don’t rush through this- ponder very hard on this)

Step 2: List all the things you want to accomplish (write them down) and put when (provide dates) do you want to accomplish them.

Once you do this, you will begin to establish a custom vision of how you want you life to be.

Then the next step (# 3) is the planning phase.

And then comes Step # 4 - the phase of execution. If you do the first 3 steps correctly, you’ll carry out step 4 with more conviction and optimism.

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

"We Are On The Move" should be a theme song for many business owners and marketers. Successful Businesses and brands remain on the move and proactive. They’re in constant communication with their target audience. One of the quickest ways to go out of business is to remain stagnant.

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

Daymond John talks about the fundamentals of being a successful marketer and business man. Enormous lessons are taught right here.

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

What is the feeling your product/service/brand causes consumers to feel? Does it make them buy or want to buy?

Gotta Make ‘em “say yes”!

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

How inspiring is this story about Sung Bong Choi, assuming that it’s True.

Successful Business owners understand that an inspirational story coupled with a legit product/service that’s in demand = CASH!

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives

In our opinion this is the best Nike Commercial ever because of its relevancy to achieving Business or Marketing Success.

Successful people master and overcome Failure.

MW = @mw4ever + @mwlives