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Miguel A. De Jesús is a highly-accomplished, results-oriented C-level leader with more than 20 years experience overseeing business management, global sales/marketing, with two Fortune 500 companies.
He is a Sales Leadership Training professional, Executive Coach, Digital Marketing professional who helps business leaders, #authors, speakers, coaches and other professionals to improve their Digital Marketing efforts to gain more visitors, leads, and client conversions through the use of proprietary software.
Miguel is in a partnership with Steve Siebold, Keynote Speaker and author of 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class. Steve is the founder of the Mental Toughness University Program.
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In his role as a Fortune 500 executive, and an associate of Steve's, Miguel has been able to help corporations improve sales and leadership results, and has trained in excess of 25,000 sales people in Fortune 500 companies like Johnson & Johnson, Toyota, Harrah's Entertainment, Proctor & Gamble, and Glaxo Smith Kline.
"My passion is in working with business owners and leaders who want to make better decisions, becoming better leaders, getting better results, in a healthy organization."
As a Make, Market Launch IT, Author, Expert Marketing Machines, and Instant Customer Consultant, he gives advice, strategies and implementation support to individuals, small businesses, or companies who want to bring new products or services to market, or want to improve the performance of their existing product(s).
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#Mindset is everything. If that statement seems too strong, consider that we bring these basic assumptions to every decision and action we make. Left unexamined, they may unnecessarily restrict us or lead us in the wrong direction altogether. Perception may not truly be reality, but when it comes to how we approach challenges and opportunities, […]
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As you embark on this path to authorship, you will undoubtedly face obstacles. It is a given. It is our intention to help you build your prosperity platform, with your book being simply the starting point, the springboard to greater opportunities. These opportunities will be different for each student, and will depend on many factors. There will be opportunities for more business clients, speaking engagements, building products that make money while you sleep, joint ventures and more!
We wanted to address the #mindset as we begin this journey together simply as a reminder that great things can and will happen based on attitude and a stick to it mentality.
Knowing what you don't want is not enough. You must know what your do want! Is your desire strong enough to keep you moving toward your goal? Your reasons to get there must be stronger than the challenges of the road ahead.
The most successful people regardless of background, sex, credentials or experience, understand that having effective strategies to build their business is only part of the equation. They understand that most of their results come from having an empowered mindset first and foremost. This is what allows them to follow through and effectively apply the strategies that create the growth and impact they desire.
Here are seven of the most common character traits of the most successful:
1- They have incredibly high standards for themselves, their product, their customer service, staff and customers. - They often believe more in their customers than their customers believe in themselves. Standards aren't created when things are going well. They show up when times are tough. They also show when you are confronted with things you don't necessarily want to do, but are the right things for your business and your customers.
2- They are focused first and foremost on the customer. They got into business because they really care about people. They are driven by a strong desire to empower others to create the lives they truly want. They care more about their customers than they do about their actual products and services. As a result, they are able to put aside their egos.
3- They are committed to continued education. They are readers. They never stop learning and constantly feet their minds with quality information, both about their field and others as well.
4- They employ a "Zero Negativity Policy" They simply do not tolerate bad days, negative thoughts or negative behaviors that do not support the business. This is not to say that everything is perfect, but when something inevitably goes awry they don't dwell on it.
5- They have a powerful vision and clarity of purpose. They maintain their vision in face of the challenges they experience along the way. Their vision excites and inspires those around them to be a part of it. They cultivate an attitude of abundance, allowing them to see opportunities when they appear and operate from a mindset of prosperity rather than scarcity.
6- They've experienced several real failures on their road to success. It's not the absence of failure that is the measure of success, it's the ability to take those failures and learn from them to produce better results in the future. This requires the ability to take calculated risks and also to have an incredible level of self honesty.
7- They value contribution and service to others above all else. They recognize that their success becomes a responsibility to give back, both with time and money and by empowering others to improve the quality of their lives. They follow their words with actions and "pay it forward" truly making the world a better place.
"As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he...You are the master of your thought, the molder of your character, and the maker and shaper of your condition, environment and destiny." James Allen, author of "As a Man Thinketh" (1902)
"Learn to love, respect and enjoy other people." Dale Carnegie, author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936)
"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe the mind can achieve." Napoleon Hill author of "Think and Grow Rich" (1937)
"Believe it is possible to solve your problem. Tremendous things happen to the believer. So believe the answer will come. It will." Norman Vincent Peale, author of "The Power of Positive Thinking” (1952)
"You become what you think about." Earl Nightingale, author of "The Strangest Secret” (audio recording) (1956)
"Don't wish it were easier; wish you were better. Don't wish for less problems; wish for more skills. Don't wish for less challenges; wish for more wisdom." Jim Rohn, author of "Five Major Pieces of the Life Puzzle" (1991)
"It's in your moments of decision your destiny is shaped. Choose well." Anthony Robbins, author of "Unlimited Power” (1986)
The Bottom Line: What patterns do you notice in the quotes above? Become a student of personal development to ensure personal growth and happiness, along with your professional development.