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Wealth Without Borders, Lead your business to growth!



Hi, I’d like to present you an event, as the theme is especially relevant in this economic climate because my event is a way that business owners and entrepreneurs can take charge of their own business destiny by learning how to master their mindset to get their desired business results.

So, if you are:

Confused? Frustrated? Exhausted? Overwhelmed? Stressed? Stuck? Ready to give up on your business?

DON’T, and Keep reading!

Give me 3 days, join me at the Wealth Without Borders event, where you will create your wealth without borders with your own personalised business success roadmap, with a crystal clear vision, with a robust step-by-step plan, with an unstoppable approach ready to face any challenges ahead, and with the confidence that you are making it happen — Guaranteed!!

Imagine, breaking through into a fabulous new world:

• where your small business is booked solid with quality clients and customers,
• where your confidence is sky high, radiating from you like a beacon in the night,
• where your vision become a reality and you live the balanced life of your dreams,
• where you attract people into your life that only want the best for you,
• where your past is forgiven and your future is assured,
• where you believe you can get what you want and when you want it,
• where you make it happen with a clear action plan to get the results you want,
• where money comes so fast you’ll wonder where it’s been all the time.

This is the reality for many of my clients and event attendees… This can be your reality as well! (check their testimonials and outstanding results on the event page)

You will find below the event is a nutshell!

I hope to see you at the end of September.

To your best year yet,
Frederique Murphy

What?
3-day live “Wealth Without Borders” event

Who?
Business owners, entrepreneurs and solo-preneurs, ready to bring their business to the next level and create more wealth in their life by learning how to master their mindset, to stop being in their own way, start playing big and getting the results they desire.

When?
Sep 23-25, 2010

Where?
The event is held at the luxurious (well, the event is called Wealth Without Borders after all!) K Club, County Kildare, Ireland.

Bonuses?
3-day Networking Lunches and Refreshments
Bring A Partner Special Offer (fraction of the full price!)
Get Results! package
Enjoy a talk & Q&A session with Sean Gallagher

Investment?
€1,497 BUT, right now, Early Bird offer at €997 (that’s €500 OFF the full price ticket) (the early bird offer and the easy 3 payment plan expire on Aug 31st)

More Info? Questions?
Read more and Reserve your spot (limited seats!) on: http://mountainmovingmindset.com/event



The Author:

Frederique has developed the "Mountain Moving Mindset" programme, where she empowers business owners, entrepreneurs and solo-preneurs to master their mindset, so that they can move mountains and bring their businesses to the next level! She shares her M3 programme through her mentoring & coaching packages, published articles, blog, newsletters, and live events, where she passionately teaches and uniquely transfers the same skills, attitudes and systems that work for her to the business owners ready to reach new heights http://mountainmovingmindset.com

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  • Nialldevitt

    Yes I’d love to help make some good things happen! Thanks Elli & Happy New Year my Friend.

  • http://www.tweakyourbiz.com Niall Devitt

    Hi Fionan, I see you guys have made some big changes since this post was published and were mentioned in another BT post yesterday, good job!nhttp://tweakyourbiz.com/marketing/2011/04/27/using-internet-forums-to-market-your-business/

  • Tori Hawthorne

    That’s so true Niall,

    It is brilliant Niall, twitter introduced me to you ;) Its the moving it forward that takes the time and skill. Everyone is so determined to have Social media as part of their Business Plan they need to be sure they know how to get a return on the time spent Tweeting and Facebooking ;)

    Thanks for your comment Niall

    Tori

  • Steve Fitzpatrick

    If you’re making statements like “it has become apparent that businesses and consumers alike find it horrific to do and horrific to receive.” Then businesses really need to think about how much they are annoying people – more than helping them. Cold calling could be damaging your business more than building it.

    This whole article seems to be written about how businesses who are doing well using new mediums shouldn’t throw out old redundant ways of selling. Perhaps in your next article you may want to write about “increasing market share by paying for a much larger ad in the Yellow Pages for the 10 people left reading it”

  • Torihawthorne

    Hi there Steve,

    I am not for one minute suggesting Businesses that are doing well using new mediums should drop them for what you are suggesting is old and ‘redundant’
    This is about adapting methods that traditionally worked (and still do when done correctly) to working within a new faster paced environment… 

    Business and customers alike have difficulty with Cold Calling because some of the aggressive manors and approaches that cold callers have decided to use in recent years. Cold calling isn’t redundant it has evolved into Business Development, which is something that I know many still do.

    And It isn’t that Cold Calling doesn’t work this is about remembering that we still need to move from initial contact to meeting prospective clients. As I stated in this and the last blog post, this is Business Development that is still needed. I know many small Businesses that cant afford a small advert in the Yellow Pages (or similar), let alone a large one! So they chose Business Development calls. I am addressing the point to go about it correctly so it isn’t ‘horrific’.
    Thanks so much for your comment…

    Much appreciated
    Tori

  • http://twitter.com/virtualvip Jeff Yablon

    You’re missing a key point here.

    Regardless of the point of your cold call (and I’m limiting that term to mean “picking up the phone to reach out to a stranger”), it’s become nigh on impossible to get to people that way. Even people you know don’t pick up the phone any more.

  • Torihawthorne

    I believe calls are being answered. Businesses are afraid to miss possible business opportunities. The point here is we need to gain the skill set to make Business Development Calls and how to receive them. We have to get their attention and that’s where a good online plan can help taking prospects and making them sales.
    Thanks so much for your comment
    Tori

  • http://twitter.com/virtualvip Jeff Yablon

    Tori, your point is well put; to be good at sales you need to actually BE good at sales. But … I’m afraid I disagree with the base principle. Seriously, think about it; we ALL say “email me”, and only answer the phone live if we think there’s something in it for us (and rarely do)

  • Torihawthorne

    Maybe Jeff,
    But in my experience we need to take that “email me” further… I’m not advocating pestering pointless cold-calls, I’m talking about Researched Business Development. I believe we cannot build Business on email alone..
    Its a great topic for discussion, thanks for responding back
    Tori ;)

  • Torihawthorne

    Hi there Elaine,
    Online mediums have made connecting so much easier, but that’s where we as Business owners need to move them on to building a business relationship.
    I like “polite spamming or perceived stalking” ;) My next Blog is about how peoples perceptions have a lot to do with how Business Development is being received.  
    Thanks
    Tori

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    Great post Aileen. Accounts are there to be used and analysed, not just trotted out for the tax man or bank. Thanks for pointing out how simple it can be for owners to do their own regular checks

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    http://www.accountingweb.co.uk/anyanswers/question/previous-accountant-attitude-problem 

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    Thanks aileen for a worthy write-up and making  clear  that how helpful worthy  “information”  can be 

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    Great article with full of practical tips regarding controlling the finance of a new enterprise. Generally new entrepreneurs are very anxious about the smooth running of their company and so do everything but anything about their accounts. And here they do the worst mistake. Proper tracking of every penny is a must. Or else you can’t know the present financial status which may be fatal for your venture. 

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