Try this?

Dan Miller —  August 1, 2014 — 8 Comments
1. When was the last time you did something for the first time? 2. When is it wise to brand your product with your own name vs. the business? 3. How do you move from charging by the hour to charging by the project? 4. What are the disadvantages to doing your 48 Days program (using the book) in a longer time frame then 48 days? Quotation - “When was the last time you did something Read more »
1. Since fear holds most people back from success how do we break out of that? 2. Can you think of a better or more personal gift than an original song written and recorded for your friend or loved one? 3. Should I do a lot of speaking as a way to continue to grow my platform? 4. Will the discipline and leadership skills of my military experience position me as a business consultant? 5. Read more »
1. I landed my dream job and now am miserable. What happened? 2. I have always resisted being a salesman, as I have been convinced that to be a salesman, you have to be "sly", a fast talker, and super out going. 3. Should I franchise my mosquito control company? 4. A friend recently opened up a small car dealer and he wants me to help him promote it using social media - I would be paid Read more »
1. If Jesus taught a class on marketing, what marketing lessons do you think he would share? 2. How can I get trained as a coach, living in Australia? 3. I am a minister with increasing opportunities as a guest and conference speaker - but little money. 4. Should wait till my new book launches or start monetizing my site right now? 5. Is it okay for a man to have long hair and a well-groomed Read more »
1. Do you think it's wise to invest in multi-level marketing as a career choice? 2. Do you believe money attracts more money? 3. Should I continue toward my goal, progressively realizing a worthy ideal and cut a new trail, or prolong misery and mediocrity because my income has ceased? 4. How can I locate hiring managers and recruiters to interview on my podcast? 5. My husband is a great Read more »

Are your kids skinny?

Dan Miller —  June 27, 2014 — 3 Comments
1. I'm ecstatic to now report that I've completely pivoted in my life. 2. I just discovered "The Gospel of Wealth" by Andrew Carnegie. 3. Can I adjust my goals in June or just stick with what I started with? 4. What are 3 marketing tips you’ve never talked about here? Quotation -  “Timid salesmen have skinny kids.” – Zig Ziglar   Other Notes: for Read more »
1. How can I help the poor women in Kenya? 2. What was that book that made Joanne cry? 3. Using the 48 Days job search, how many times should I call before it becomes “problematic?” 4. Did the homeschooling benefits outweigh the costs with your kids? Quotation -  “Fear is wetting your pants and just standing there.  Courage is taking the next step with wet pants.”  Dan Sullivan Other Read more »

The door is wide open

Dan Miller —  June 13, 2014 — 6 Comments
1. What would you advise someone to do within the FIRST 48 Hours to get their dream in the right direction? 2. I have set a goal to contact one online entrepreneur per day for a year 3. Do I continue to pursue my passion as a potential career or keep it as a hobby for the moment? 4. Why will working by the hour keep me poor? 5. Should I focus on identifying and using my strengths or Read more »
  Dan, few things do damage to a man's soul the way continuous unemployment does. I’m a healer but am not making any money. Dan, I am 53 and looking at a new career. Here are six ways to save your life -- and your company. How can I get paid for making the company more money? Recently, I earned my MBA in Management, and now find that I am over-educated. Quotation Read more »

Go ahead – hurt me

Dan Miller —  May 30, 2014 — 4 Comments
1. Is it better to have crappy jobs on a resume or multiple periods of unemployment? 2. Is having a Sabbath Day still realistic? 3. Where can I find work using the internet from home? 4. How do you feel about creating a mastermind group within one industry working in the same area? 5. I am 25 years old and recently accepted a new accounting position, hoping this experience would be Read more »