Best Life Coach for Personal Productivity

How is your personal productivity? Are you satisfied with what you are accomplishing? Do you wish you could do more? Is doing more possible? Those are some of the questions a coach would ask. We use the phrase best life coach in the title to accentuate the concept of living one’s best life.

When people are happy with how productive they are on a daily basis, they have a sense of satisfaction at the end of every day. They may suffer setbacks. But they realize that setbacks are inevitable.

If they are constantly ending the day with a feeling of disappointment, something is wrong. They might have set goals that are too high, impossible to achieve on a daily basis. Often though, the problem is that they failed to set any short-term goals at all.

Setting realistic goals is important, but not as important as defining personal productivity goals in the first place. If you have yet to define your goals, take some time to sit down and put them on paper.

In a quiet, unstressed setting, think about where you want to be in 10 years. Then move backwards in time. Think of it as if you were planning a car trip. What are the paths you will take to reach your ten-year goal?

A business coach would tell a company owner to do the same thing. 10 years is not the longest period of time that can be chosen. It is just an arbitrary number.

An individual might want to think in terms of retirement. “I want to be able to retire in 20 years with ample income from my investments to support me for the rest of my life.” That’s an example of an individual long-term goal.

Companies have different goals. There are profits to be made. Sales goals need to be defined. Plans for expanding may be a consideration.

There are many different things to consider. A business coach might talk to owners about their own personal productivity. The owners may want their employees to be more productive. While we often talk about looking at the big picture, it is important to look at the smaller parts. Those smaller parts combine to make up the big picture.

A business coach is helpful because of the unbiased viewpoint. A person inside of an organization has preconceived notions. He or she might think that it is the person down the hall who needs to be more productive.

An unbiased person can look at the scene and see something completely different. Think your personal productivity is good? Ask someone else to take a look.

How To Buy Information Products Without Wasting Your Time and Money

I am a HUGE believer in the value of education and I’ve purchased A LOT of Information Products over the past 3 years. In fact, now that I think about it I’ve spent thousands of dollars on Ebooks, courses, coaching and other products. But if you’re a Part-Time Network Marketer with limited time to build your business, it’s essential that you make every second (and every dollar) count. You must be very careful when you buy an information product or you could end up wasting a lot of valuable time and money. It’s vitally important for the growth of your business to purchase products/courses/coaching that will have positive results in the short-term.

The 7 Rules for Buying Information Products

Rule #1: Do your homework

If you are buying a $10 ebook, it’s not that important to check out the author. But if you’re going to buy an information product worth hundreds or thousands of dollars, you want to be darn sure the creator has a proven track record of success and delivering on promises. Search the internet for more others experiences using the product. Don’t rely solely on the Testimonials on the website. Those will be only the most positive; to get the full story, do your homework. Ask your sponsor or mentors their opinion before you buy.

Rule #2: You may not need even the best product

This one took me a while to get. The truth is, you should only purchase information products that you are ready for. For example, if you are a beginning marketer, you don’t necessarily need an advanced course in PPC advertising. You may learn a lot but your business is not at the stage where you will be able to get results quickly. Only buy products that you can use immediately to grow your business.

Rule #3: Don’t get overloaded

Unfortunately, this is one rule I seem to continually break. It’s important as a Part-Time Network Marketer that you limit the number of training courses or products you purchase to one at-a-time. With only a couple of hours a night to work on your business, concentration and focus are extremely important. Better to focus on one training at a time and implement what you’ve learned than to take many courses simultaneously and implement nothing. And don’t worry – most of the courses that “close” to new members magically reopen months later anyway.

Rule #4: Plan ahead and don’t get distracted

Creating a solid business and marketing plan is a necessary step to creating a successful home business, but you’d be surprised how many people have no idea where their business is headed. It’s like being in a boat without a rudder or motor, simply letting the tide and winds decide where you’ll end up. Decide ahead of time what you need to learn to grow your business in the short-term and stick to it. For example, if you want to become an expert video marketer, don’t purchase a course on article marketing no matter how good it looks. Stay focussed and stick with your plan.

Rule #5: Don’t get enticed by bonuses

Many product launches attracts a herd of affiliate marketers looking to make money off a sale. To entice you to buy through them, many marketers will offer bonuses. Be careful. Don’t let these bonuses throw you off course. To be honest, I have rarely even looked at many of the free bonuses I’ve received as a result of a product purchase. I concentrate my time and effort on the product I purchased. Unless the bonus is specifically something that I’ve wanted to learn, I ignore them. One exception here – if a bonus includes private coaching from an affiliate you respect and wish to learn from, this can be a reason to purchase through this person. The bottom line – don’t be swayed to buy an information product you many not need just because of the bonuses.

Rule #6: Every product you purchase is WORTHLESS unless you take action

Even the best information product is worth nothing unless you take what you’ve learned and TRY IT OUT. Using the strategies you’ve learned, test different options and see what works and what doesn’t. Only by implementing what you’ve learned can your business move forward. This one seems like a no brainer, but you’d be surprised how many people go through training and never take action.

Rule #7: Use your results to create a relationship with the owner

Nothing makes the creator of an information product happier and more proud than having one of his students take action and get great results. If this happens for you, be sure to contact the product creator and tell them what you’ve accomplished. Write or record a testimonial for the product. If it ends up on the product sales page as social proof, you can get some free advertising for your business. Continue to keep in touch with the product creator – many joint ventures have started out with such interactions.

Educating yourself is probably the single most important thing you can do to be more attractive and valuable to your prospects. Remember that, in general people join people, not opportunities, so it’s important to continually improve yourself through education and training. Follow these simple rules for buying information products and you’ll be well on your way to success in your Network Marketing business.

How To Sell Information Products For High Prices Online

Information that carries high value not just in monetary terms but also in terms of creating the quality of experience can command a high price from a prospective buyer. And not just that, information which can be highly path-breaking like ones revealed by Rich Schefren, Eben Pagan, Jeff Johnson and many more internet marketers is even more in demand within the marketplace.

Information is as much necessary today as food and medicine. Today, information is treated like medicine to treat pain in life. There are 2 types of information: one that increases growth and pleasure, another that eliminates or even decreases pain in life. Especially information that removes obstacles is known to be path-breaking and hence is known as “breakthrough information”.

Value can be termed in different ways by different people. For certain people, money is all that matters and therefore money is value to them. For another group of people, inner joy and satisfaction is all that matters which is value to them. Therefore, value can be tangible and intangible.

Therefore, one must decide whether any information sold by you is going to act as a healing agent or it’s going to increase/enhance the overall satisfaction of a person’s experience of life.

Now, information can be sold in various forms: audio, video, e-books, books, group coaching, webinars, membership site, forums, or even a one-on-one coaching program.

It’s upon you to decide how you wish to accelerate the results you want your target customers to achieve. But first, you need to be clear about what you want to deliver as a result of your training efforts. After all, information products are solutions that enlarge the vision of your target customers and thus help them become happier.

Therefore, the price of a product depends on the impact it carries to enlarge the vision of a target customer or probably, remove a large amount of pain from a person’s life. Lifestyles are very important and if your information product is going to radically enhance the quality of a person’s lifestyle then it is obvious you can charge a high price for the information you’re selling.

But most internet marketers who have successfully sold information products have been able to deliver at least 10 X or even 1000 times the price of their product. That’s what has made them successful. And they were crystal clear of who their product belongs to. Not every Tom, Dick or Harry is going to be your target customer. Every person has a unique personality and therefore unique needs so not every information product is going to be useful to each and every person on the planet.

Your product has to be different and unique from all other vendors so you stand a chance to build a brand around your product.