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How to create your own luck in business

How to create your own luck in business written by john c ashworth Thomas Jefferson once said, “the harder I work, the luckier I get.” I think that about sums it up. I mean, you can’t control everything, but you can control how hard you work and probably even more importantly, how smart you work….

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Think different. The best time to plant an oak tree was 25 years ago. Here’s why…

podcast produced by john c ashworth Think Different Here is the video clip I mentioned in the above podcast

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Relying on cliches is an easy way out, and unfair to your audience

produced by john c ashworth Do the work. Stop relying on cliches. They are a lazy way out and an unfair annoyance to your audience. Say what you mean. Speak from your heart. Unleash your passions.

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Cultivating the slight edge on a Sunday Morning

produced by john c ashworth Here on the ash flash, we’re always cultivating the slight edge for your massive success. You just never know when you’re going to discover something here that will change the trajectory of your life, butiness and career in amazing ways. First though, you must cultivate the discipline necessary to get…

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Serve. Don’t sell. Secrets to doubling your sales.

produced by john c ashworth In addition to the full audio, I have the first 10-minutes of this podcast on video below too if you’re interested. I’ve been doing some great reading recently and for this podcast I went back to some of my recent notes and pulled together some really great stuff on the…

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How to sell anything to anybody and take all the resistance out of selling every time

written by john c ashworth I wrote this e-book in conjunction with a talk I gave at the International Cemetery, Cremation, and Funeral Association conference in January 2022. Due to Omicron, I gave the talk virtually, and in the process of putting this resource together for funeral homes and funeral directors, I ended up with…

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