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  • Penny stocks, also referred to as micro-cap stocks, nano-cap stocks, small cap stocks, or OTC stocks, are common shares of small public companies that trade for less than one dollar per share.
#Penny #Pennystocks #OTC #Pinksheet
  • Penny stocks, also referred to as micro-cap stocks, nano-cap stocks, small cap stocks, or OTC stocks, are common shares of small public companies that trade for less than one dollar per share.
    #Penny #Pennystocks #OTC #Pinksheet

  •  39  0  15 June, 2020
  • Tell a name 
#new #noticias #manhattan #marthiprem # pgl #pgl #premium quality #stock #wordpress #trump #stocks #web #stocks #stockaction #news #penny #javascript #blog #javascript #marketing #javascript #nyse #javascript #marketing #javascript #blog #webdesign #blogging #trump2020 #trump2016 #obama #forex #investing #usa #markets #bigbangtheory #pinksheet #trumptrain
  • Tell a name
    #new #noticias #manhattan #marthiprem # pgl #pgl #premium quality #stock #wordpress #trump #stocks #web #stocks #stockaction #news #penny #javascript #blog #javascript #marketing #javascript #nyse #javascript #marketing #javascript #blog #webdesign #blogging #trump2020 #trump2016 #obama #forex #investing #usa #markets #bigbangtheory #pinksheet #trumptrain

  •  13  2  17 May, 2020
  • Cada día es una oportunidad de crecer, aprender ,lograr y alcanzar tu Meta. Disfrúta tu tiempo y aprovéchalo al máximo, sé diferente, sé mejor. Hoy puedes salir de tu zona de confort.
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👉👉Pon tu 💰a trabajar para ti! 💸

#BolsadeValores #ZenMillonarios #Miami #CubaLibre #pennystocks #hotstocks #otcbb #pinksheet #inspiracion #Cuba #StockMarket #habana #gold #realtor #investments #invest #latinos #SouthFlorida #libertadfinanciera #ZenMillionaires #Coronavirus #LaMaquinadehacerDinero
  • Cada día es una oportunidad de crecer, aprender ,lograr y alcanzar tu Meta. Disfrúta tu tiempo y aprovéchalo al máximo, sé diferente, sé mejor. Hoy puedes salir de tu zona de confort.
    ZenMillionaires.com
    👉👉Pon tu 💰a trabajar para ti! 💸

    #BolsadeValores #ZenMillonarios #Miami #CubaLibre #pennystocks #hotstocks #otcbb #pinksheet #inspiracion #Cuba #StockMarket #habana #gold #realtor #investments #invest #latinos #SouthFlorida #libertadfinanciera #ZenMillionaires #Coronavirus #LaMaquinadehacerDinero

  •  11  0  14 May, 2020
  • Czasem jestem po prostu cały dzień zmęczona i nie mam siły zrobić nawet zdjęcia. Uciążliwa ta ciąża jest, nie powiem.
  • Czasem jestem po prostu cały dzień zmęczona i nie mam siły zrobić nawet zdjęcia. Uciążliwa ta ciąża jest, nie powiem.

  •  22  1  13 May, 2020
  • When you want to get your point across, you can’t just give people a concept. It’s far too abstract and many of them won’t get what you’re saying. This can lead to people thinking you have no idea about what you’re talking about.
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It’s much more effective to just prove your point.
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Imagine you’re in a court of law and someone asks you to deliver proof of what you just said.
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This is what you have to do with every piece of content you put out.
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And that’s the second part of Matt Church’s Pink Sheet. Once you have your main idea, you need to make people see why it’s true and relevant to them.
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There’s a simple way to do this. I call this the stuff that you have to include to prove the point.
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What you should do is to divide everything into stuff for the left brain and stuff for the right brain.
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Left brain stuff consists of facts, case studies, and how-to tutorials.
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You can choose any of these things, but remember that not everyone can get everything right. Choose what works for you the best and hits the nail right on the head.
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When it comes to case studies, they can be either good or bad. The point is to put people into real-life situations to make them realise how your point applies to them.
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Right brain stuff are stories. But don’t mistake these for case studies. Basically, case studies are stories with numbers.
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Right brain stories need to be about situations that aren’t necessarily business-related. Instead, they should lighten up the mood a bit while still explaining how your point applies.
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Once you have your left and right brain stuff, bring them together and turn them into evidence that supports your point.
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You need to have both of them to appeal to a broader range of people. So think about the stuff that proves your point. Keep working on it.
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I’ll cover the final stage of the Pink Sheet in the next post so that you can wrap it up nicely.
  • When you want to get your point across, you can’t just give people a concept. It’s far too abstract and many of them won’t get what you’re saying. This can lead to people thinking you have no idea about what you’re talking about.
    ⠀⠀
    It’s much more effective to just prove your point.
    ⠀⠀
    Imagine you’re in a court of law and someone asks you to deliver proof of what you just said.
    ⠀⠀
    This is what you have to do with every piece of content you put out.
    ⠀⠀
    And that’s the second part of Matt Church’s Pink Sheet. Once you have your main idea, you need to make people see why it’s true and relevant to them.
    ⠀⠀
    There’s a simple way to do this. I call this the stuff that you have to include to prove the point.
    ⠀⠀
    What you should do is to divide everything into stuff for the left brain and stuff for the right brain.
    ⠀⠀
    Left brain stuff consists of facts, case studies, and how-to tutorials.
    ⠀⠀
    You can choose any of these things, but remember that not everyone can get everything right. Choose what works for you the best and hits the nail right on the head.
    ⠀⠀
    When it comes to case studies, they can be either good or bad. The point is to put people into real-life situations to make them realise how your point applies to them.
    ⠀⠀
    Right brain stuff are stories. But don’t mistake these for case studies. Basically, case studies are stories with numbers.
    ⠀⠀
    Right brain stories need to be about situations that aren’t necessarily business-related. Instead, they should lighten up the mood a bit while still explaining how your point applies.
    ⠀⠀
    Once you have your left and right brain stuff, bring them together and turn them into evidence that supports your point.
    ⠀⠀
    You need to have both of them to appeal to a broader range of people. So think about the stuff that proves your point. Keep working on it.
    ⠀⠀
    I’ll cover the final stage of the Pink Sheet in the next post so that you can wrap it up nicely.

  •  90  11  11 May, 2020
  • In my last post, I talked about this amazing concept called the Pink Sheet that my friend Matt Church taught me. Basically, it’s a way of visualising the process of creating amazing content.
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Every single piece of your content needs to have a strong point. Without it, you’re not going to be able to offer value.
⠀⠀
That point is the basic idea of the content you’re creating. It needs to be simple, effective, and capable of drawing people’s attention.
⠀⠀
What you need to do is to divide your points into two parts – part A and part B.
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Now, think of part A as a bumper sticker. Short, concise, attention-grabbing.
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It’s important that part A is as short as you can make it. These are the words that live on your slide, so you want to make sure that they fit and make people interested to learn more.
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In my Pimp My Pink Sheet webinar, I give my clients an example of this. My part A is ‘Keep It Rolling’. Three words, nothing more.
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Then you have your part B. This is where you elaborate a little on your point. The length can be anywhere from one line to a few sentences, but you’ll still want to keep it as brief as possible.
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In my example, this would be something like ‘Use the momentum they've already expressed and the trust you’ve built and move some of them to the next step’. It needs to be long enough for people to understand what you’re saying. At the same time, you don’t want them to waste too much time and energy reading it. Your clients are busy people and they can all appreciate a shortcut. Without having to struggle to understand the point of your content.
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Keep it plain and simple, and make sure people want to learn more. From there, you can build on the point, which I’ll explain how to do in my next post.
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Stay tuned to learn how to expand on your idea in a way that will keep people interested.
  • In my last post, I talked about this amazing concept called the Pink Sheet that my friend Matt Church taught me. Basically, it’s a way of visualising the process of creating amazing content.
    ⠀⠀
    Every single piece of your content needs to have a strong point. Without it, you’re not going to be able to offer value.
    ⠀⠀
    That point is the basic idea of the content you’re creating. It needs to be simple, effective, and capable of drawing people’s attention.
    ⠀⠀
    What you need to do is to divide your points into two parts – part A and part B.
    ⠀⠀
    Now, think of part A as a bumper sticker. Short, concise, attention-grabbing.
    ⠀⠀
    It’s important that part A is as short as you can make it. These are the words that live on your slide, so you want to make sure that they fit and make people interested to learn more.
    ⠀⠀
    In my Pimp My Pink Sheet webinar, I give my clients an example of this. My part A is ‘Keep It Rolling’. Three words, nothing more.
    ⠀⠀
    Then you have your part B. This is where you elaborate a little on your point. The length can be anywhere from one line to a few sentences, but you’ll still want to keep it as brief as possible.
    ⠀⠀
    In my example, this would be something like ‘Use the momentum they've already expressed and the trust you’ve built and move some of them to the next step’. It needs to be long enough for people to understand what you’re saying. At the same time, you don’t want them to waste too much time and energy reading it. Your clients are busy people and they can all appreciate a shortcut. Without having to struggle to understand the point of your content.
    ⠀⠀
    Keep it plain and simple, and make sure people want to learn more. From there, you can build on the point, which I’ll explain how to do in my next post.
    ⠀⠀
    Stay tuned to learn how to expand on your idea in a way that will keep people interested.

  •  92  7  8 May, 2020
  • I’d like to talk about your intellectual property for a moment. In essence, this is the content that you create and share. A coach needs to deliver amazing content to their clients and those who are yet to join them.
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So, what’s your process of creating high-quality content that appeals to people?
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Like with most things, you need a systematic approach. You can’t just randomly think of something and hope to draw people to your business.
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That’s what the 𝐏𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐞𝐭 is for.
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Basically, it’s a roadmap for turning your ideas into solid intellectual property.
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Imagine you’ve created some steam. You can’t see it clearly, nor can you touch or do anything with it. If you lower the temperature, you get water. Now that’s something that you can touch and turn into something.
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Turn the temperature down even lower and you get ice. A solid substance that you can feel and pick up.
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This is the way your creative process works. You get an idea that doesn’t really do much on its own. This is the start of content creation. What you have to do next is to support the idea with some facts, evidence, and case studies.
⠀⠀
When you have evidence, you offer context instead of just a concept.
⠀⠀
The purpose of a Pink Sheet is to help you visualise this process. My buddy Matt Church from Thought Leaders taught me about Pink Sheets, and I’ve been using them ever since. They’re simply genius.
⠀⠀
What you should do is think about the key point of your content. Elaborate on it and give people something they can hold onto.
⠀⠀
As the process comes to an end, you solidify the point even further until you have a tight piece of content that you can share with those around you.
⠀⠀
The Pink Sheet makes it much easier for you to put out amazing content on a regular basis. It’s a great tool that I believe every coach can benefit from.
⠀⠀
If you stick around for the next few posts, I’ll go deeper into what makes the Pink Sheet so awesome.
  • I’d like to talk about your intellectual property for a moment. In essence, this is the content that you create and share. A coach needs to deliver amazing content to their clients and those who are yet to join them.
    ⠀⠀
    So, what’s your process of creating high-quality content that appeals to people?
    ⠀⠀
    Like with most things, you need a systematic approach. You can’t just randomly think of something and hope to draw people to your business.
    ⠀⠀
    That’s what the 𝐏𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐞𝐭 is for.
    ⠀⠀
    Basically, it’s a roadmap for turning your ideas into solid intellectual property.
    ⠀⠀
    Imagine you’ve created some steam. You can’t see it clearly, nor can you touch or do anything with it. If you lower the temperature, you get water. Now that’s something that you can touch and turn into something.
    ⠀⠀
    Turn the temperature down even lower and you get ice. A solid substance that you can feel and pick up.
    ⠀⠀
    This is the way your creative process works. You get an idea that doesn’t really do much on its own. This is the start of content creation. What you have to do next is to support the idea with some facts, evidence, and case studies.
    ⠀⠀
    When you have evidence, you offer context instead of just a concept.
    ⠀⠀
    The purpose of a Pink Sheet is to help you visualise this process. My buddy Matt Church from Thought Leaders taught me about Pink Sheets, and I’ve been using them ever since. They’re simply genius.
    ⠀⠀
    What you should do is think about the key point of your content. Elaborate on it and give people something they can hold onto.
    ⠀⠀
    As the process comes to an end, you solidify the point even further until you have a tight piece of content that you can share with those around you.
    ⠀⠀
    The Pink Sheet makes it much easier for you to put out amazing content on a regular basis. It’s a great tool that I believe every coach can benefit from.
    ⠀⠀
    If you stick around for the next few posts, I’ll go deeper into what makes the Pink Sheet so awesome.

  •  59  6  7 May, 2020
  • All smiles when you get to sleep on pure linen 🌸 ⠀
Pic via @justy_olive
  • All smiles when you get to sleep on pure linen 🌸 ⠀
    Pic via @justy_olive

  •  89  4  22 April, 2020

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