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Self-Employed Business Owners: Are you attracting enough clients to your business?

Is it a struggle for you to attract new, high-paying Boomer clients? Are you really good at what you do, but you just haven’t mastered marketing to Boomers yet? Do you wonder what their biggest challenge is and who actually makes the decisions? Do you wish you could turn more leads into paying clients? Do you feel like you’re working all the time without the money to show for it? Do you wish you could just book more business? If you’re like most business owners, you’re very good at what you do, yet there are some things that could be better

  • How do you attract the ideal, high-paying client?
  • How do you make enough money?
  • How do you setup the right marketing system?
  • How do you keep from becoming just another failed statistic?

If you find yourself in this situation, rest assured, there is nothing wrong with you. Chances are, you’ve only learned your business and never how marketing really works. You see, as business owners, we think of approaching new clients as “trying to get their business” as opposed to “offering something of value to them”. This almost always leads to less than stellar or even poor results.

There is a solution…

  • Double your clients
  • Attract more high-paying clients
  • Make more money
  • Have more freedom
  • Have potential clients call you, instead of you going to them

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you can do this without working so hard! Get the scoop on the Attract More Boomers System

Examine Your Conscience

Published on December 4, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

Did you know that most people start getting the symptoms and diseases associated with old age within a few months of retirement? Through retirement, they signal to their brains and body that life is now wrapping up, coming to an end, society does not require their services any longer, and…

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Has Your Ego Been Blocking Your Success?

Published on December 1, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

One of the hardest parts of a change for corporate executives and solopreneurs is that it is an identity change. We are talking about an emotional attachment – not a business one. Remember the line from, “You’ve Got Mail” when Tom Hanks tells Meg Ryan, “It’s not…

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Published in Blog, Business

House sitting as a means to travel

Published on November 24, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

In todays down economy, plunking down the money for travel expenses can be a luxury for those on a fixed income. Retirees who now have the time to enjoy the time off from the rigors of a full-time job but wish to travel can…

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Published in Blog, Financial, Your Retirement

Retiring with Optimism

Published on November 22, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

Retiring with Optimism: Positive Self-Perceptions Can Prolong Life Expectancy – Part II
Last week in my article, Part 1 of “Retiring with Optimism: Positive Self-Perceptions Can Prolong Life Expectancy” we discussed a scientific study as to how optimism leads to a longer, healthier…

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Dependents

Published on November 16, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

When reviewing your retirement plans, the area concerning Dependents is defined as “The degree to which you are free from a sense of burden or strain from care-giving responsibilities either for aging parents or relatives, and/or children, or ‘How burdened are you by your children and/or aging…

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Published in Blog, Your Retirement

Mind Games

Published on November 16, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

November 11, 2010
Volume 2, Issue 41

Last week’s ezine mentioned Justin with a broken leg, it’s Jordan who is continuing to recover. Has it ever happened to you, where you’ve said the wrong name even though you know the right name? It has happened to me both with family, friends and…

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Area #3–Directedness

Published on July 22, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

Directedness is that quality about a person which determines whether their attitudes and decisions are more directed, influenced, or controlled by themselves (self-directedness) or more directed by others (other-directedness).

This area focuses on your internal sense of personal guidance for making plans and decisions for your retirement life, rather than relying…

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Published in Blog, Mental Health

Attitude Toward Retirement

Published on July 15, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

Throughout your retirement, as in life, how you do anything is how you do everything. Last week’s ezine discussed the first of fifteen focus areas that you MUST review before you retire, as well as for the first five years AFTER you retire. We began with a story of Bill….

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YOU are the source of your own success

Published on July 1, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

YOU are the source of your own success, your own retirement, your own life, your own business. Manifesting business success is much like manifesting anything else, and it is important to know what is keeping your success at a distance.

There is so much to learn about specific mindset blocks, shifting…

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Published in Blog, Business, Your Retirement

Message to Market Match – What Does This Mean?

Published on May 27, 2010 by Tracey Fieber

When you’re connecting with your market (the people who are your ideal clients), one of the key ingredients to connecting with them is to talk their language.

I compare it to ‘getting inside their head’. You know, every person has some chatter going on inside their head that never really gets…

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