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Mark Comer, Double Presidential, shows you how to build your Synergy business in the summer!

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2 Days Left to Save!

Posted by admin On May - 14 - 2012

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That’s right! Only two days left on the incredible prices for this years Heart 2 Heart Symposium!
Join us June 15 -16  in Las Vegas, NV for this incredible line up of Synergy’s top leaders and medical professionals.
ONLY $99/ person  for TWO more days! If you register your spouse can get in for only $75!
Each registration includes access to all events and gift bag with a value of over $200! This means your spouse gets one too!
If you reserve your room here before May 16th you can also get DISCOUNTED hotel rates at $79/night! Use the group code: SYNERGY for this special rate for only our attendees.
Click here to register and for more information

Newsletter

Posted by admin On August - 30 - 2011

This weeks Newsletter has been sent out. Click here to view it! Don’t forget to sign up and receive these weekly. There is important information in these weekly updates; everybody needs to get on this list!

Your Synergy Momentum Training – NOW LIVE!

Posted by admin On March - 5 - 2011

The NEW web site www.YourMomentumTraining.com is officially LIVE! All the promised content is up and available. Now would be a great time to go to the site and check out this training.

I have been involved in numerous trainings over the years and this one seems to be the one winner that is providing stand out performance for our team and has been by far the most requested and commented on. I want to recognize all of our leadership that helps to create this and other tools. Special thanks to Synergy Worldwide for the opportunity and the executive team for their implementation and support. Thanks to our entire Team Global organization and all the many Synergy leaders throughout the company, whose names are to many to list. Each teaches something of great value we can use to take our message of hope to the world.

This website is a standalone site (click here) where the content will remain constant and will enable you to give your entire team the same training. Just like owning a franchise, you now have a duplication system that is proven and simple. You can count on it to teach how to build momentum and really give your team a head start. And one of the great things about it? It is FREE! No strings attached at all.

Now let’s go be about the business of “Saving Millions of Lives”!

Note: Please excuse this first draft of the site as we will be making it prettier at the start of next week. Also please comment here, on my blog, about your thoughts, experience and ideas on this training.

Leadership – The real kind

Posted by admin On January - 3 - 2011

The United States is more corrupt than Japan, Britain, Australia, Germany and the Scandinavian countries, so says Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index. The U.S. ranks 22 out of the 181 nations included in the survey.

You might take consolation in the fact that America is not endemically corrupt, not a broken society and not an undrainable swamp as are many nations in the world. But what happens if you add globalization to the mix? What happens when you sprinkle graft, bribery and unholy alliances into the new supranational context?

We have known corruption in the past, but what we haven’t known are its consequences in a more precarious global age.

There are at least three factors that should concern us. The first is that leaders lead in a very different world. Second, fewer leaders are prepared for this world, and third, the new world enables the effects of ethical misconduct to scale to unprecedented orders of magnitude.

In my coaching work with CEOs, it’s abundantly clear that the globalizing environment is acting as a crucible that either melts or refines the leader. Leaders are subjected to more speed, greater complexity and limited resources — all with the same high expectations.

Turbulence is the new normal and there’s no prospect of a spontaneous return to order. Just look around; the familiar bastion of the conventional business cycle is gone. If there’s no status quo ante, what’s the result? It’s really quite simple: More pressure to perform and more temptation to engage in ethical misconduct.

The litmus test is the collision of stewardship and self-interest. Name a spectacular fall from grace that was about skills, knowledge or experience? When leaders go down, they go down from the inside out. It’s a collapse of character.

Consider one of the most recent floats in the scandal parade — Mark Hurd, the recently ousted CEO of HP. He is a smart and talented person, but we need to be careful not to cling to a belief that leadership is mostly about IQ points and the charismatic arts, as if they will save us. They never will — especially not in an ethically and morally interdependent global age.

The risks of ethical misconduct have become unknown and unknowable. With the connectivity of global supply chains, we are vulnerable to the effects of ethical misdeeds performed almost anywhere on earth. Pet food, peanuts, toothpaste, tires, Bernie Madoff and the sub-prime mortgage crisis prove that we have entered an era in which a few bad actors can create a geo-ethical shock that incurs loss for millions of people.

If risk equates to probability multiplied by magnitude, we need to be more willing to take our leaders to task for their personal failings. Personal failings have not only personal consequences, but also unintended and far-reaching public consequences.

Dishonorable acts are now globally scalable in their effects. Leadership is alluring. It tempts one to use position for personal gain. Its culminating test is to resist that temptation, but as we all observe, many succumb.

It frequently begins as a flirtation of ego that ends in a vortex of corruption. The ambition to govern one’s fellow beings tends to view leadership as the pathway to a glittering world of personal reward. And so, under pretense of leading, those of unbridled ambition seek it out and then let us down. Hence, we observe a teeming gallery of venal characters auctioned to the highest bidder.

It continues to puzzle me that our public discourse on ethics tends to focus on the back end of achieving compliance and little on the front end of developing moral values. Nor do we talk enough about putting those who want to be our leaders under tougher scrutiny. And yet we live in a society in which many who have not demonstrated the ability to lead themselves lead us.

So it’s more than antiquarian charm to say that leaders should be honest and morally excellent. Civil society ultimately depends on it as a functional necessity and the last line of defense. As a practical matter, we need to vet candidates for leadership in every arena on character requirements more rigorously then we do. We need to test their moral bearing capacity so that when stewardship and self-interest collide — and they certainly will — there’s a good chance the leader won’t buckle.

Let’s not forget that leadership begins in the inner world. It’s about the empire of the heart. To be fit to lead has nothing whatever to do with being rich and well-born or even charismatic — dogmas from which we are still recovering. We need men and women of unflinching character to step out of the crisis, steeled for the leadership journey of the 21st century.

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Timothy R. Clark, Ph.D., is an author, international management consultant, former two-time CEO, Fulbright Scholar at Oxford University and Academic all-American football player at BYU. His latest two books are “The Leadership Test” and “Epic Change.”

Bonds: A recommendation for success

Posted by admin On November - 25 - 2010

Bonds That Make Us Free: Healing Our Relationships, Coming to OurselvesBonds That Make Us Free: Healing Our Relationships, Coming to Ourselves by C. Terry Warner

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First, I give this book the highest recommendation of any book I have listed before.



This is one of the very few books I am making a study guide over the next few months. It has been for me the third book in a series of books by the Arbinger Institute, the preceding being “Leadership and Self Deception” and “The Anatomy of Peace”. This book is actually by one of the clinician PhD’s from the Arbinger. Enough about that…except to say I recommend reading these books in this order as they tended to build on each other for me, however they each stand on their own.



This book has truly helped me in a sense that no other self help or improvement book has ever done. Maybe it has to do with the idea of ‘when the student is ready the teacher appears’…but it is my belief that this book helped me be a willing and open student. Using its techniques, if you can call them that, and attitude I have had my world opened up and turned upside down and then comfortably rearranged in a way that has brought me success and happiness, two traits I have been seeking and continue to seek in my life. If you are like me and want more of this in your life then I can highly recommend you read and study this book. It is excellent.



As a last note, I appreciate all of those who have played such vital roles in my life, that is you, my family, friends and business associates. The relationships you have had with me have brought me a lot of success, satisfaction and happiness. As well, so much of my success has been the result of challenges I have had to face. Therefore I want to also express my thanks for those experiences that have brought about a deep change in me. Without them I would be even more difficult be live with!…so you, as my friends, should be thankful for me having them as well…



I hope you get this book, read it and internalize the value you find in it.



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Persuasion Mastery

Posted by admin On September - 19 - 2010

Persuasion Mastery: 500 Practical Lessons In The Psychology Of SalesPersuasion Mastery: 500 Practical Lessons In The Psychology Of Sales by Stephan Thieme

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Great book on the mechanics of selling/persuasion. A little too detailed and long winded. However if you want a bible on the ‘how to’ of selling this book is it. Be prepared to trudge through some parts of it. I am about half way through and don’t know if I will ever finish all of it.



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Let’s get off our but…

Posted by admin On September - 18 - 2010

A friend of mine told me about this guy, now I look forward to reading his book. He delivers a great message here that everyone can profit from. Thanks to all of you who go out and help change the lives of so many for the better.

What Would Napolean Hill Do?

Posted by admin On September - 11 - 2010

What Would Napoleon Hill Do?What Would Napoleon Hill Do? by Napoleon Hill

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a new must read for my kids and business partners. It reviews all the very best of Napoleon Hill and updates all the material. An excellent success guide.



There are some things that are discussed in it that are not very well understood by the writer…however I am certain were he alive today he would approach the subjects a little differently. But there are other books that better address these weaknesses, like ‘Leadership and Self-Deception’ and “The Anatomy of Peace’.



So go get this book as a long term education program. Do not look at it as just another book but rather a course in having a successful life, espescially in terms of accumulation of wealth. This is not a quick read instead it is a guide on specific activities and processes of making your life have more successful outcomes.



I actually listened to the audio book while I was driving through and back from Canada the last couple of days. I bought the book. It is big at almost 500 pages…but remember this is a course of study over a number of days not a book to be consumed in one big marathon (like I did, which is why I bought the book so I can now use it as a course of study over the next 6 months).



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The Go-Giver: A Review

Posted by admin On September - 9 - 2010

Go GiverGo Giver by Bob Burg

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a great quick read. Only like 130 or so pages written in a fable/story format to teach five business/life principals for having a successful fulfilled life. I really liked this little book and would highly recommend it to anybody looking to build a business of any kind.



I am going to review this book again before I head out tomorrow morning with the objective of memorizing the five principles it teaches. Really applicable and meaningful rules to operate by. I hope you go out and read this little book soon and get as much out of it as I did. There is something to be said for simple, easy stories with strong meanings…they are easy to grasp, apply and find value in.



A special thanks to Tyler Rippy for lending me the book…and to Dan Norman for lending it to him. Thanks guys for a great book with some great lessons.



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