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The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs Book Review

If you’re unsure about the idea of having a morning routine, this book will clear away any misconceptions you might have that prevent you from creating the most powerful routine to change your life.

The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs book was written to help you elevate your yourself to elevate your business. The premise of the book is to create a morning routine that sets you on the path of greatness.

This book is co-written between Hal Elrod and Cameron Herold. Talk about powerhouse authors!

There are three sections to this book. Section one talks about the importance of a morning routine. The authors share their life “S.A.V.E.R.S” framework for morning routine.  Here’s a quick review of what the S.A.V.E.R.S. acrostic means:

S = Silence

A = Affirmations

V = Visualizations

E = Exercise

R = Reading

S = Scribing (or journaling)

You’ll have to read the book for the full and complete definition along with the science behind why these 6 things really work.

Something a little extra is thrown in to this book. They added Entrepreneur Profiles throughout the book. You can read about well known entrepreneurs and what their morning routines are like. Very helpful for people who never considered a morning routine before!

Section two shifts the focus to you, the reader and specifically to evaluate your entrepreneur skills. This is a really helpful section to highlight the key skills you need to make it as an entrepreneur. You’ll understand why self-leadership, energy engineering, and unwavering focus are crucial to your success.

Finally, in section three the authors provide three entrepreneurial elevation principles of vision, delegation, and partnering to guide you on the best path for effectively managing your entrepreneurial life.

As an added bonus they offer a 30-day miracle morning transformation challenge and a Entrepreneurial Success Formula.

This is a good read. Definitely worth the time to read and implement.

Buy this book The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs if you want to give your day purpose and direction.

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The Miracle Equation Book Review

Have you ever struggled making a decision? What about have difficulty reaching your biggest goals?

If you answered yes to either question, then I have a great book that may give you some helpful insights.

It’s called The Miracle Equation by Hal Elrod. 

He describes the two decisions you need to make that will cause you to go from possible, to probable, to inevitable.

Don’t you want to know what those two decisions are?

You might be able to guess what those decisions are based on Hal’s equation for miracles. 

Unwavering Faith + Extraordinary Effort = Miracle

Did you guess Unwavering Faith? You are correct.

Did you also guess Extraordinary Effort? You are correct.

When you decide to have unwavering faith, you develop perseverance to stick your goals. When you decide to put in extraordinary effort, you develop the action/momentum muscle that causes things to happen.

Both of these are key ingredients to generate the miracle you’ll looking for.

In Chapter 4, Hal discusses how to become emotionally invincible and goes into depth on how to release every negative emotion that’s ever held you back.  Come on, now. Who doesn’t need help in this department! Hal brings it!

I just love his 5-minute rule!  You’ll have to read the book to discover that life hack!

This is an awesome book to give you a new perspective on life, your thoughts, your perceptions of life, and your purpose in life.

I highly recommend this book. Get it here and yes, this is an affiliate link, which means I’ll get a tiny commission if you choose to buy the book from this link. It doesn’t cost you anything, but it would help me out.

5 Things Business Owners Should Be Doing During the Coronavirus Shutdown

Strategic Activities Rule!

While the government may have shutdown a lot of businesses, there are still ways to keep your business alive and kicking.  If your business has slowed down, it’s a good to invest the time back into your own business.  Here’s a few activities worth mentioning that can help put your business on track to not just survive, but thrive through all this!

ONE | Now is the perfect time for a strategic marketing review

  • Reassess your marketing messages. Use the extra time to analyze your message in light of the current situation. The last thing you want to do, is continue your same marketing message and sound “tone deaf” to your audience.
  • Review your social media content. Is there anything mentioned that might sound out of place right now? If so, fix it before its published.
  • Review your website content. Is your main message still appropriate right now? How might you update it to better catch the attention of your audience? How might your call to actions be improved? What advice can you offer to help your customers right now?
  • Review your content strategy.Assess your buyer’s journey. Reassess their emotional state. Are there any content pieces that need to be updated? Are there any new content ideas you need to add in light of the current situation?
  • Review your email strategy. Review your autoresponder email sequences and update as appropriate for today’s environment. This is critical if you have autoresponders that you haven’t reviewed in several months.
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TWO | Reach out to your past and current customers.

This is not a time to shrink back, isolate, or stop any business development efforts. Quite the contrary, you should be focus on reaching out even more!  There are several ways to do this.  Keep in mind you’re not in selling mode. You don’t want to sell anything. Take this time to reach out, make a connection, and see how you can help.

  • By phone. People who are not used to working from home or have been laid off recently, will appreciate a friend call.
  • By email. Write a friendly email letting your past and current customers know you’re thinking of them. Ask if there’s anything you can do to help them.
  • By direct mail. Plan a direct mail package. Write a letter, include a helpful promotional or branded item, such as an eye glass clothe, computer screen cleaning clothe, letter opener or a
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THREE | Reach out to your referral partners.

Before you reach out, do a little planning. List out all your products and services and identify which one would best serve your referral partner or their audience. Then when you speak to them you can mention you are offering a finder’s fee for any referrals needing your XYZ service.  This is a great way to stay in touch and plant seeds for the future business. You never know who your referral partners might know that need your product/service.

Brainstorm with others

FOUR | Review your product offerings.

Now is a good time to look at your products and services.  Are there any other products you could create that would help address the new problems people are facing right now?  Are there any skills or knowledge you have that could be turned into an instructional product you could offer at as a low-ticket item? Are there people wanting to learn something from you that would benefit from a group coaching or mastermind program?


FIVE | Reallocate your budget.

Look at your budget. Perhaps there are things you are no longer spending money on, such as live events, specific advertising at live events, travel, hotel, car rental, etc. How might you reallocate those dollars to make better use of them right now? Could you shift your travel budget into digital marketing, online ads, and content creation efforts? How might that grow your business while you’re stuck at home?

Elizabeth Marks

You’ve just discovered five strategic activities you could be working on to strengthen your business during a difficult period. Which one will you work on first?

Call or email me when you want help with any of these activities.