Wednesday, February 20, 2008


As I entered the room, the energy of my vortex consumed all who were near and swept them from their feet into the abyss of success.

A vortex draws into its center all that surrounds it, there are of course bad ones that we must watch out for. Are you smart enough and vigilant enough to avoid being caught up in a whirlpool of mediocrity and failure? I would certainly hope that you are so in tune with your world that you understand the difference.

Many times we see what others are doing and we see it working for them, we immediately get excited and think that we can do it just like they do; however what we are seeing is their energy. Can we duplicate it? Maybe so, but we should focus on creating our own energy, using others as an example is fine, but we must personalize our whirlpool to fit our personality. What works for others, may not, and won’t work for us.

We may be doing the exact same business, but we cannot expect that what has made others successful is going to be our ticket to success. In business, one must constantly revise their plans in order to continue operating successfully, search for a niche if you will. Once a niche is found, you must stick with it in order for the energy to grow, of course you may be able to dip into other areas from time to time, but if you don’t focus on your niche, nothing will ever come; the energy will take an opposite effect and you will have found yourself arriving at “no where” very fast.

With all your heart and soul, focus on creating a positive vortex of your own, and watch the glory and victory pour into your life from above!

Best regards to all and may your day be blessed.

Mike Daley

Monday, February 11, 2008

Mike's Monday Motivation - market place

Good Day Friends,

This week’s subject will be market place.

Market place? Yes my friends, you read that right, market place. According to the American Heritage Dictionary, market place is 1. A place in where a market is set up. 2. The world of business and commerce. 3. The figurative place of assembly where works, opinions, and ideas are debated and exchanged.

The market place of ideas. The United States is our market place and we should share our ideas with the entire country. Of course not all will be interested, but the chances of success increase tremendously when we broaden our horizons, and spread our business opinions to others who may have similar interests, or just be interested in the superior product we have to offer.

Where is your market place right now? I know where mine is, and honestly, it is in need of, and is in the process of being expanded. I know what I am going to do to expand my market place.

Do you share the same thoughts? Are you honestly feeling good about your market place? If not, what are you going to do to expand it? I encourage you to take a leap of faith and go after the country.

In order to expand your market place, you have to expand your mind, the market place is big. When a department store makes an announcement in regards to a special, they rely on large store wide speakers to get the word out to everyone, not just a little speaker in a corner of the store for only few to hear. What sound system is being used in your market place?

Come on friends, announce yourself to the market place, you are special and you have special things to offer!

Best regards to all and may your Monday be blessed!

Mike Daley

Monday, February 4, 2008

Mike's Monday Motivation - Oversell

Good Day Friends,

This week’s subject will be oversell.

How do you oversell something? Whether it is yourself or a product, there is danger in both. In our world of being enthusiastic entrepreneurs, we must be very careful with “the sale” of our product or ourselves. If we push too hard, no matter what the product, people will turn away from us because we are “selling”.

There are very few people who understand fanatics and enthusiasts; other fanatics and enthusiasts. The rest just have an opinion and we know where that could lead. For the most part, we interact with the general public, who are neither bored nor excited about products, every now and then we come across people who will get excited, but most interaction is monotone.

How about overhauling your thoughts, and go from selling to providing -- the general public likes to be provided for. Simply put the information out there, let the curiosity of the people work in your behalf, be patient, and then begin slowly introducing your excitement to people, it goes back to last week’s topic of delivery.

So, if you find yourself doing the following, the dictionary definition: 1: Contracting to sell more than you can provide, (of yourself or product) 2: To be too eager or insistent to sell something to someone, or 3: To present with excessive or unwarranted enthusiasm, then overhaul your thought process and relax.

If your heart and product are pure and true, you won’t even have to sell anything, let alone be worried of “overselling”.

Best regards to all and may your Monday be blessed!

Mike Daley