Should you pursue it or not?

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I finally got to meet one of my favorite marketing mentors – Amy Porterfield! No one teaches Facebook as well as Amy.

As I mentioned last week, I had the honor of participating in two private masterminds over the last couple of weeks – one in San Diego and one in Dallas.

It was pretty cool. I got to spend the day with one of my favorite mentors – Amy Porterfield (pictured at right), and I had lunch with film star Glenn Moreshower on the 2nd trip (a/k/a Aaron Pierce on 24 – the only TV series I’ve watched consistently in years). You should hear Glenn speak about following “The Whisper”. That’s his real passion.

From the four days of Masterminding, I brought home a few goodies for you to chew on too.

One of the genius little ideas I gathered was called the “Decision-Making Trifecta“.

It’s three simple questions to ask before you proceed down a new path.

The Decision-Making Trifecta: Should I do ‘it’?

1. Income Potential – Is this opportunity worth the time and money to be invested?

2. Competency – Can we deliver with excellence?

3. Lifestyle – Does it support our overall family vision?

Great questions to ask before saying yes to about anything.

The Trifecta came from a man named Anthony Obey. You can check out his kickstarter campaign for naturally curly hair products. And yes, his new company plans earned a YES on all 3 questions.

Lots of other great people and ideas in the room. Watch for more in the coming weeks.

To your remarkable success,

– Nicole

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About The Author

Nicole Gebhardt

Nicole Gebhardt is the CEO of Niche Pressworks publishing, a Marketing Strategist and Certified Publishing Coach. Through marketing consulting and book publishing she helps Speakers, Coaches, Consultants and Business Leaders create compelling and effective messages to inspire people to action. Over the last 24 years she has helped build brands, expand influence, and equip authors who change the world.

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