4 July is the most important national holiday in the United States. It celebrates the Declaration of Independence, adopted on 4 July, 1776. The Thirteen Colonies of America declared themselves to be states and no longer part of the British Empire, though the revolutionary war continued for some time after.
The Gard Family Independence Day
Today, I am making my own declaration of independence, and freedom for my family.
Are you building your business with the highest integrity?
Are you integrating your business based on a set of core values and principles?
In this post, I wanted to share my thoughts on why building your business with integrity will not only help you attract more customers and be more successful in your business, it will also give your business the strength and longevity to stand the test of time, no matter what changes and challenges are faced in the future.
Watched this very enlightening video from Daniel Levis (sorry Daniel totally stuffed up your name in the video) yesterday about email marketing and how the old ways of building email lists are dying.
The evidence he showed was that click throughs have been gradually declining in recent years due to not only technological advances and shortening attention spans of Internet users, but also that our brains are actually being re-wired to become blind to emails from people that we are not emotionally or proactively engaged with.
How do you build more connections with more people so your message has a wider reach?
You lay down pipelines that carry your message, your energy, your content, out to people who are ready to receive whatever you send via that pipeline.
We (my wife and I) started a special project about 12 months ago that we call Project Family Freedom. We have a clear vision of what kind of life and life-style we want for our family and we are on a mission to not only create that for ourselves but to also gather a tribe of other like-minded people along with us who share a similar vision.