Author Archives: Chris Hughes
Author Archives: Chris Hughes
So I went to the movie “The Hangover” last night on opening night. Here’s a great picture that explains the movie a little bit.
I absolutely loved the movie. I have been waiting for a while to see this because once I saw the preview, I was pretty much sold on how funny it was going to be. Also, the catchy name stuck with me.
It’s a movie all about life as a man and a group of friends. One man was married with a son, another was in a 3 year relationship and on the verge of marriage, there was also the man who was the one that they were celebrating his bachelor party for…but he wasn’t in that much of the movie because his friends lost him haha. His soon to be step-brother was another main character played by Zack Galifianakis who is HILARIOUS.
His step-brother plays a completely spaced out man who is just trying to “fit in with the wolf pack” as he says.
Mike Tyson was even in the movie!
So here are a few quotes from the movie that should give you a chuckle:
Sid (Jeffrey Tambor): “Remember what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Except for herpes. That s***’ll come back with you.”
Stu: “Am I missing a tooth?”
Phil: “Whose baby is that?”
Alan (Zach Galifianakis): “Check its collar or something.”
Stu: “We’re not going to leave a baby in the room. There’s a f***ing tiger in the bathroom.”
Stu: “She is wearing my grandmother’s Holocaust ring.”
Alan: “I didn’t know they gave out rings at the Holocaust.”
Stu: “Why can’t we remember a godd*** thing from last night?”
Phil: “Because we obviously had a great f***ing time.”
Alan: “Next week’s no good for me. The Jonas Brothers are in town.”
Alan: “Tigers love pepper. They hate cinnamon.”
It’s worth going to see it in theaters and I got a kick out of it, laughing the whole time.
In Rich Schefrens Guided Profit System 2.0 this was something that benefited me and I thought you would benefit as well.
Because of the speed of the internet we are allowed to leverage the feedback we receive from tests, analytics and even surveys of our prospective customers.
But, because of this, you need to learn what gives you the biggest ROI(Return On Investment), you’ll want to focus on answer these questions
1) What data would help me reach & accomplish my current goal objective faster?
2) When visitors come to my website, what’s their purpose? What were they hoping to find or achieve?
3) What knowledge do I need to make reaching my next goal easier and more certain?
4) What do I need to learn about my visitors, prospects, subscribers and buyers to make better decisions in marketing, product development, and sales?
5) What does a visitor take to become a client or customer of my company?
6) IF I already have analytics set up on my site, what further knowledge could I gain from analytics by better segmentation?
7) What questions do I have about my Website visitors and those who make up my target market?
Answer these questions and start watching your profits take off!
What situations in business make you uncomfortable?
Write them down. What are you feeling?
Where did it start and how long ago?
The situations that make you uncomfortable in business are those when you are at your weakest and most vulnerable points. At these moments, you make the biggest mistakes, the mistakes that are inhibiting you from performing and feeling better.
Attack these things that you wrote down and your life will accelerate.
I know that this stuff isn’t easy to hear, and its really difficult to follow, but it’s for both of these reasons that hearing and following this will lead you to a special place. Because of the fact that when most people here this, they turn around and run the other way, repeating their mistakes and holding themselves back.
DON’T!!!! Do this small exercise every week. It will leave you sore, but it will make you dramatically stronger.
To truly thrive, you must find what makes you uncomfortable and become comfortable with this.
Maybe this thing is sitting in front of a video camera and creating great content through videos, maybe it’s getting the guts to call a prospect on the phone about your opportunity, others find that this thing is public speaking for a job.
If you don’t start to do this, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten… just remember that.