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I guess it’s really that simple.

And I don’t recommend things I haven’t personally used and had results with.

So that’s why I wanted to give you a heads up that my friend Colin workshop is hosting his event…

November 21st 2017

Time: 12 pm – 2 pm

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November 21st

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

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If you’re looking for A Rapid Spike In Leads, Sales And Marketing In Your Business.
Even If You Don’t Have A List Or A Team…

You’ll want to catch this before it’s too late.



Do you have the hunger it takes to succeed in business?

Do you have the hunger it takes to succeed in business?

“Don’t Miss The Opportunity That May Change Your Life Forever”

It’s time to own what is already inside of you. No matter what happens to the economy, the market, or even your industry – your business must constantly EVOLVE AND ANTICIPATE to be successful. Discover your true purpose and create a thriving business at Mastering Your Business For Maximum Profit & Success Workshop Event! 

At Date With Destiny, you will learn to create a spark that will last forever. Develop the right mindset to attract your ideal clients and share a lifetime of fulfillment.

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Get ready to take your life and business to the next level! YES, I WILL BE LIVE guiding your business and marketing skills to massive success.
“You Gotta Be Hungry: 2.0”, bring hundreds of innovative business owners, industry leaders, together under one roof this December 7th in Surrey, BC.

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The 7 - Strategies To Grow Your Business To Massive Success
The 7 – Strategies To Grow Your Business To Massive Success



Last month close to 200 superhero entrepreneurs gathered in Toronto, support each other’s epic missions, and learn from Business Guru Colin Sprake as he goes through the 7 – Strategies to your success!

This November colossal experience will be bigger and even better, expecting 400 attendees – and it’s all taking place Tuesday November 21st 2017 in Toronto.
Ticket sales have launched to the public, you can join the list TODAY to get access to this amazing event.


2-Hour Business Success Workshop Event November 21st In Toronto, Ontario.
Learn the vital steps to maximizing Growth, Sales & Profit.
This 2-hour event is jam-packed with tools and strategies that you can implement in your business immediately. This is not another fluffy “introductory event” like you may have experienced, it’s designed to get you on the right track to maximizing growth, sales and profit.
This is the first step in getting your Business MBA (Mega Bank Account) and you will learn a ton. In fact, we will have a notepad and pen ready for you, so that you can walk away with key nuggets to implement in your business.
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Canadian Business Guru Explores New Sales And Marketing Ideas In Upcoming Workshop Event 

Canadian Business Guru Explores New Sales And Marketing Ideas In Upcoming Workshop Event 

Every single human being, from Richard Branson, Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, and everyone in between, experiences fear.
But, while most of us allow ourselves to get STOPPED by fear, highly successful people have learned to feel fear… and STILL take action on their dreams anyway.
Are YOU ready to discover how to move past your fears?
Here is this incredible free Workshop event, “Mastering Your Business For Maximum Profit & Success,” Hosted by Colin Sprake expert business Guru. I guarantee you will win from it >

The Three Ways to Move Your Business Forward Before 2017 Is Finished

The Three Ways to Move Your Business Forward Before 2017 Is Finished

The Three Ways to Move Your Business Forward Before 2017 Is Finished
These three ways promise a great start of your journey to moving your business forward by the end of 2017.

Take the time to make an honest observation of what the business has accomplished so far. Have you reached your target? Where are you on your yearly plan? Look at the big picture, focusing on your long-term goals and visions about the future of your company, and evaluate if the actions you have taken as a leader align with these long-term goals.
Evaluate all aspects of the business – from the relationships with the clients and investors through the efforts and performance of your team to the financial and accounting of the business. This evaluation will help you to identify the weak spots of the business so far and will allow you to plan better the following steps to move your business forward.
Create relationships
You, as the person behind the company, need to become the outspoken face of the business. If you want to achieve growth, you need to get out there and work hard for it. Don’t limit your efforts to the typical tasks that you are comfortable doing. Step up your game and begin to network, communicate effectively and spread the word about your business.
Don’t be shy to ask for referrals, to connect with partners and customers that you wanted to get on board for a while, but always found excuses not to. Don’t focus only on sales, focus on establishing relationships.

With the right partners, you will get ahead quickly and sustainably.
If you want to move your business forward, don’t wait to innovate! Only innovation can differentiate you significantly from the other players in the market. Here we don’t talk about making some break-through innovation in just a couple of months. The key to moving forward is to evaluate the business processes of your company and implement innovation in them.
Think about the ways you can optimize the work flow in your company and implement innovative solutions in these areas. From hiring through time management through product development and marketing – if you think out-of-the-box, you will achieve results that you would never achieve by using the traditional approaches.
Finishing a year strong is the best motivator to start the next one even stronger. Your future self will thank you if you do the effort now.
So get to work!!

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5 Ways to Re-Energize and Push Your Business Forward

5 Ways to Re-Energize and Push Your Business Forward

5 Ways to Re-Energize and Push Your Business Forward

1. Don’t ever get comfortable.

As the business owner, you are responsible for driving your company vision forward. Once you find yourself satisfied with the status quo take that as a sign to move onto the next stage of growth in your business and never allow your business coast along. If you adopt this attitude you will constantly develop new goals and new challenges, which can invigorate your creativity as passion as a business owner. Businesses seem to face either growth or atrophy. It’s the rare business that can survive at the status quo for very long.

2. Keep Up With Your Competitors.

If you stay on top of your competitors, you can continually improve your business in two ways. 1: You know what they are doing and can can take actions to stay ahead. For example, if all of your competitors have new shiny websites, you should think about how your company looks online. 2: Take that same knowledge and find where they are making mistakes and pick up the slack. If your competitors don’t have a product or service you offer, highlight that product and show how you’re the better choice.

3. Dive deep into everything your company is doing.

Much like the show “Undercover Boss” (one of my faves) Take one week to visit each department of your company (big and small) and get back in the weeds. I know that you used to know all the ins & outs of every aspect of your business, and you may have lost touch with the nitty gritty details. Use this as an opportunity to regain an understanding of what’s going on every day across the company.

4. Regularly talk with your top employees and managers in the company to work together to create new ideas.

Pull your most creative minds in a room, regardless of work experience or time with the company. No rules, no pressure, and see what comes out. If you build an open culture and make a path for the best ideas to come forward, your business’ success will no longer solely depend on you and your ideas. The more, the merrier! Plus, giving your employees the chance to have a real impact on the forward momentum of the business allows them to feel ownership within the company and stay excited about their jobs.

5. Reach out to your clients and see what they’re missing.

Pick up the phone and talk with your customers. Their satisfaction is the key your success. Not only because they can give great referrals, but because they know your company, your products, and your weaknesses. Offer them a coupon or some incentive in return for their time and insights. If you make your customers feel valued, they’ll give you the knowledge you need to get ahead.

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What Causes Small Businesses to Fail?

What Causes Small Businesses to Fail?

What Causes Small Businesses to Fail?

The short answer is, regardless of the industry, failure is the result of either the lack of management skills or lack of proper capitalization or both.

Eleven Common Causes of Failure

Choosing a business that isn’t very profitable. Even though you generate lots of activity, the profits never materialize to the extent necessary to sustain an on-going company.

Inadequate cash reserves. If you don’t have enough cash to carry you through the first six months or so before the business starts making money, your prospects for Success are not good. Consider both business and personal living expenses when determining how much cash you will need.

Failure to clearly define and understand your market, your customers, and your customers’ buying habits. Who are your customers? You should be able to clearly identify them in one or two sentences. How are you going to reach them? Is your product or service seasonal? What will you do in the off-season? How loyal are your potential customers to their current supplier? Do customers keep coming back or do they just purchase from you one time? Does it take a long time to close a sale or are your customers more driven by impulse buying?

Failure to price your product or service correctly. You must clearly define your pricing strategy. You can be the cheapest or you can be the best, but if you try to do both, you’ll fail.

Failure to adequately anticipate cash flow. When you are just starting out, suppliers require quick payment for inventory (sometimes even COD). If you sell your products on credit, the time between making the sale and getting paid can be months. This two-way tug at your cash can pull you down if you fail to plan for it.

Failure to anticipate or react to competition, technology, or other changes in the marketplace. It is dangerous to assume that what you have done in the past will always work. Challenge the factors that led to your Success. Do you still do things the same way despite new market demands and changing times? What is your competition doing differently? What new technology is available? Be open to new ideas. Experiment. Those who fail to do this end up becoming pawns to those who do.

Overgeneralization. Trying to do everything for everyone is a sure road to ruin. Spreading yourself too thin diminishes quality. The market pays excellent rewards for excellent results, average rewards for average results, and below average rewards for below average results.

Overdependence on a single customer. At first, it looks great. But then you realize you are at their mercy. Whenever you have one customer so big that losing them would mean closing up shop, watch out. Having a large base of small customers is much preferred.

Uncontrolled growth. Slow and steady wins every time. Dependable, predictable growth is vastly superior to spurts and jumps in volume. It’s hard to believe that too much business can destroy you, but the textbooks are full of case studies. Going after all the business you can get drains your cash and actually reduces overall profitability. You may incur significant up-front costs to finance large inventories to meet new customer demand. Don’t leverage yourself so far that if the economy stumbles, you’ll be unable to pay back your loans. When you go after it all, you usually become less selective about customers and products, both of which drain profits from your company.

Believing you can do everything yourself. One of the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs is to let go. Let go of the attitude that you must have hands-on control of all aspects of your business. Let go of the belief that only you can make decisions. Concentrate on the most important problems or issues facing your company. Let others help you out. Give your people responsibility and authority.

Putting up with inadequate management. A common problem faced by Successful companies is growing beyond management resources or skills. As the company grows, you may surpass certain individuals’ ability to manage and plan. If a change becomes necessary, don’t lower your standards just to fill vacant positions or to accommodate someone within your organization. Decide on the skills necessary for the position and insist the individual has them.

So, the founder’s attitude, ability to be objective, willingness to bring in needed help, and share power are all crucial to success. “Most startups make the mistake of falling in love with their product or service,” says Shukla. “Ultimately, it is this lack of self-criticism that causes many companies, startups and their more mature counterparts, to fail. Startups suffer this fate more often because there are more dreamers than doers.”

I think that fact speaks for itself,” says Jonathan Goldhill, a small-business consultant and former director of an economic development center in California’s San Fernando Valley. “I would say that the primary reason for failure of startups within three years is usually…management’s failure to act, or management’s failure to react, or management’s failure to plan.”

Other reasons why businesses fail in their early years include: poor business location, poor customer service, unqualified/untrained employees, fraud, lack of a proper business plan, and failure to seek outside professional advice.

While poor management is cited most frequently as the reason businesses fail, inadequate or ill-timed financing is a close second. Whether you’re starting a business or expanding one, sufficient ready capital is essential. It is not, however, enough to simply have sufficient financing; knowledge and planning are required to manage it well. These qualities ensure that entrepreneurs avoid common mistakes like securing the wrong type of financing, miscalculating the amount required, or underestimating the cost of borrowing money.

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“Toronto You Must Know This”

“Toronto You Must Know This”

What can you learn on your own?
Do you think that business owners get good at what they do because their parents?

So why do we listen to them when we were kids!

Because we had too…
I learned from a business owner that has built his own success.
And I don’t recommend things I haven’t personally used and had results with.
This is extremely important for all business owners that are interested in creating abundance in their lives.
So that’s why I wanted to give you a heads up that my friend Colin workshop is hosting his event…

November 21st in Toronto, Ontario 

Time: 12 pm – 2 pm

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
If you’re looking for A Rapid Spike In Leads, Sales And Marketing In Your Business. 

Even If You Don’t Have A List Or A Team…

You’ll want to catch this before it’s too late.

To Your Success…