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How Beer Turned Into Toilet Paper

13 Feb 17
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How Beer Turned Into Toilet Paper

Here’s how the story goes… I’m tweeting back and forth with The Beer Shop (, in East Longmeadow, MA. They recognize my Gary Vee connection and we started talking about entrepreneurship.

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They recommended that I read “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” ( by Michael Michalowicz (

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I never heard of the fellow but purely off of this 2 minute convo I had with the local beer guy, I bought the book. Mike immediately thanks me for doing so. Pretty cool, eh? We’re just getting started…

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I go to my mail box Friday afternoon and find it stuffed with a package. I open it and find this.

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The sticky notes says, “Enjoy this free book from Mike! :)”

First off, I ordered a gently used copy and they upgraded me to a brand new one. Not only do I have my book, but good ol’ Mikey sent me another one of his works, absolutely free. Along with my books is a note and there are a few things that caught my marketing eye. Anyone who knows me knows that I love Gary Vaynerchuk ( “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook” ( and “The Thank You Economy” ( are interwoven into my business practices with Cloud 9 Marketing Group and Mike hit the nail on the head with his execution here.

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  1. The note is hand signed by the author himself (jab)
  2. He plugs exclusive content via a partnership with Mint Quality Books at (jab)
  3. Commends me for being an entrepreneur (jab)
  4. Plugs a couple other books and the pre-order for his next one (major key alert)
  5. Throws a very well executed right hook to have me review the book on Amazon

Mike utilized the principles of “The Thank You Economy” by sending me a book for free. If I wasn’t already going to be a fan based purely off of his work, I’m surely impressed by his generosity. My first two interactions with him have now made an everlasting impression.

Mike utilized the principles of “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook” by providing me value in four separate occasions before ever actually asking me to do anything. When he finally did, the ask wasn’t even to buy another book! All he wanted was an Amazon review to help boost “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” to the top of the list. Mike, if you’re reading this, I got you buddy.

This, folks, is what I’ve been talking about for years. This is how marketing is done in 2017. This is how brands can drastically change the landscape of the consumer experience. If these books provide me any value or utility at all, I’m a fan for life. He won me over because he took the time to tweet at me and then set up this perfectly executed right hook. You make it look easy, Mike. Congratulations.

Have you had an everlasting experience with a brand? Tell me about it in the comments below and if you enjoyed the content, please SHARE!


Until next time,



I Quit

09 Sep 16
Dylan Pilon
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I Quit My Job, Today

One month after my 25th birthday, I made a bold decision. I put in my two week notice at a $40,000+ per year marketing job, with full benefits and a 401K. To put it frankly, I quit. Why? The full explanation can be found in one of my previous articles, from August 2015. To summarize, this is my destiny. The people who win go all-in on their strengths and most importantly, aren’t afraid to fail. Today, I have no fear. What I’m building is bigger than money, entrepreneurship and flashy Snapchat stories. This journey is about providing more value to clients than I ask for, in return. The work… Well the work speaks for itself.

Back in April, I really started putting my heart and soul into Cloud 9 Marketing Group. My entire mindset shifted. My work days were spent longing for the freedom I needed to build the business. My evenings were spent planning, networking and executing for the couple of clients I had. One day, it clicked. Go above and beyond and the minute they (the client) give you a complement, you got ‘em. A few thousand dollars later, things started to make sense (cents)…

The 51/49 rule is fascinating, to me. Give just a little bit more than you take and you create leverage that will bring you more wealth than money ever could. I turned into a machine. Any chance I could do a free advertising campaign, here, a discounted promotional program, there, I took it. Doing free work is good, but doing good free work is great. I was building trust, with my clientele. I was driving measurable results. Their customers were complimenting them on how much better their content and engagement had gotten and the clients noticed. I’ve gotten referrals I haven’t even had the time to call yet, and I never asked for any of them.

Fast-forward to the Summer time. My client count has quadrupled. My network of photographers, graphic designers and various co-conspirators has increased, exponentially. I’ve started doing the math. At what point could I comfortably walk away from my “career,” to put my all into Cloud 9? With Max Burger as a cushion and a few side projects coming together, the stars were starting to align. I just needed one. One. More. Client.

I firmly believe that the biggest thing holding people back from the pursuit of their dreams is fear. Sometimes, the most confident people never take that leap of faith because they fear the opinions of others. “What if I let my parents down? I have bills to pay, will my spouse be comfortable with me leaving a secure job? What about my friends? I don’t want them to laugh at me.” I’d like to say that these thoughts never crossed my mind, but of course they have. Thankfully, I have an amazing network of family, friends and a significant other who want nothing more than to see me succeed. I truly feel blessed, in that regard. And on the morning of August 24th, 2016 it was time… I quit.

So here we are, September 9th, 2016; my last day of “employment.” This is the end of a chapter and the beginning of an era. To all of you that continue to read these, near and far, thank you. Your comments and kind words of inspiration are what make this whole thing easier. I feed off it. Please continue to share my story, with others. Every set of eyes I get in front of helps to move this agency forward. My clients need me, but I need you. Will I win? There is no doubt in my mind. Will you be part of that success? That’s entirely up to you.

Until next time,


5 Steps to Handle a Client Complaint

07 Jul 16
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A Complaint from a Client is an Opportunity to Impress

Life isn’t always peaches and cream. Sometimes, a client will be upset with your services even if you treat them no differently than any other. Perhaps they had an unrealistic expectation of what you were going to provide them. Maybe they don’t understand your service industry to the fullest extent. It could also be that some people are just never truly satisfied. No matter what the case is, here are five ways to defuse the complaint.

1. Get the Conversation to a Verbal Medium, ASAP
When communicating via text message or email you are more likely to have misinterpretation of tone, delivery and sometimes even the meaning of the message. The best way to ensure that you are understanding your client, and they you, is to get them on the phone or (even better) meet them in person.

2. Let them do the Talking
In order to fully understand the problem, you have to let them voice their concerns. You never want to interrupt a client when they are venting about a complaint. Let them tell you what happened, who was involved, why they think it went wrong, etc… Once they’ve gotten it off their chest, we’re on to step three.

3. Assume Responsibility, Don’t Place Blame
Even if you think it’s somebody else’s fault (your employee, a company you outsource to or even your client!) you should always apologize for the issue and assure your client you’ll get to the bottom of it. Even if you already know who or what the problem stems from, don’t acknowledge that yet. Your client doesn’t want the quick or easy fix. Tell them you’re going to investigate the issue and get back to them when you have all the facts.


4. Use Concrete Data
Now that you’ve done your research, hit your client with straight numbers. Whenever a client raises a concern, I try to show them growth percentages, revenue generated, engagement numbers, etc… It is nearly impossible to argue with numbers. This is a good way to start putting your clients mind at ease. For instance, “I don’t think that your strategy on Facebook is working that well. I don’t see as many comments or shares that I expected.” After digging into the analytics I would present them the facts. “I understand your concern with your Facebook community. After looking into the numbers, I’ve discovered that your engagement has actually increased 25% since we’ve taken over your community. You’ve also seen a 15% increase in followers in just 2-1/2 months!” Providing them with irrefutable evidence makes it harder for them to come at you with opinion based complaint.

5. Review Remaining Concerns and Plan Accordingly
After you hit your client with straight knowledge, you may have alleviated the issue(s) all together. If not, have them list their SPECIFIC concerns and develop an action plan to assure them you’re going to take care of it. For instance, if they say, “I’m glad to see the numbers are on the rise but I feel like we could be doing more for our community. I’d like to run more promotions.” My response would be, “Not a problem. Let’s talk about the specificity of the promotion you’d like to run and we’ll get working on pulling this together ASAP. It should be up and running by the end of business on Friday.”

Bottom line, you can’t make everyone happy. So when you do run into a compliant, follow these five steps to de-escalate the situation. Hopefully, you can impress your client with the way you handled and remedied the situation that they’ll be more impressed with your services because of it!

Don’t Fake The Funk

02 Jul 16
Dylan Pilon
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“Fake it till you make it only worked when no one was watching” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk

After watching my business mentor’s newest video I just HAD to write this article. I never want any of you to think that I put on this fake persona or try to push some sort of narrative on you. One thing that I never want to do is give off the vibe that I’m some sort of power player in the local business economy. From an outside view, I probably talk about marketing, clients, contracts, hu$tling and all that jazz, far too often. For those that know me, I mean really know me and my day-to-day, this is my life. There is not one single day that I do not touch/impact Cloud 9 in some sort of way. I use the word “Entrepreneur” a lot, too. I need to clarify that point. I am NOT an entrepreneur. I may have founded an agency at 23, but I’ve never fully immersed myself in it. You’re not a real entrepreneur until you’ve put all your chips on the table. Unless you have your livelihood riding on the success or failure of your business(es), you just have entrepreneurial tendencies. That, ladies and gentlemen, is where I’m currently at. I work a regular 40 hour a week job and pick up restaurant shifts on weekends. I’m also fortunate enough to share my life with a very goal-oriented and driven woman. I have a safety net and a really big one at that.

Every day I get followers on Twitter and their bios are all the same. “Trainer and Motivational Speaker. B2B Sales genius. Marketing guru. Networking wizard grinding my way to the top. Love to learn and will do anything to earn your business.” Blah. Blah. Blah. Blah. Even on a local level… I see self-proclaimed entrepreneurs in the 413 peddling this fake rhetoric that they grind 24/7 and never sleep and know how to run and build businesses. A lot of these people are frauds and the work speaks for itself. I’ve come across people who are supposed to be ahead of me, business-wise, that commit copyright infringement, make promises to clients with no intention of keeping them, or even worse, purposely ignore their clients. These are the people that fake the funk. MAJOR KEY ALERT! Business isn’t about money, it’s about building relationships. Ask any client of mine, past OR present, they’ll tell you I was always honest, attentive and truly cared for their success as if it was my own… Because it is.

Long story short, I really do live the things I show you on my Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, etc… This is not a facade. I’m really putting in 14 hour days. I’m really signing new clients every month. I’m really inspiring friends to start their own businesses AND putting money in their pockets by outsourcing work. If I’m sharing something with you, I’m really doing it. One day, I will leave everything else behind and Cloud 9 Marketing Group will be my only source of income. That is, until I start Cloud 9 Talent Agency or Cloud 9 Business Coaching or whatever opportunity presents itself. I just hope that between now and then, I can earn your trust and support because I’m going to need each and every one of you while I’m on this journey. You all matter to me. I feed off of your energy and engagement. I need every text message from friends telling me they love the blog. I need every business peer that says, “Can I share your latest post with my company?” I need every client who writes me a thank-you note or email. These day-to-day moments are the victories that help fuel my fire. I need you, I love you and I thank you for your attention.

Stay safe and have a wonderful Independence Day weekend!

Until next time,



17 Jun 16
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Self-Auditing Keeps Me On Track

When was the last time you had a conversation with yourself? When was the last time you looked into the mirror and gave yourself a pep talk? When was the last time you had a mental check-in on your goals and what you’re doing day in and day out to achieve them? If you can’t remember, it’s been far too long. Self-auditing may seem cliché, like it only happens in the movies, but I do this daily. Every. Single. Day.

As we get older, life moves faster than ever. We are halfway through 2016 already. WHERE DOES THE TIME GO? Because of this, it’s very easy to not stick to the plan. Wake up, go to work, come home, make dinner, shower, get ready for tomorrow and look, it’s already 10pm. You have to break the cycle. Working three jobs, seven days a week has really put time management into perspective for me. If you don’t have these little check-ins with yourself, I promise you will lose focus on the things that REALLY matter. I beg you not to get trapped in the monotony of day-to-day life. You have to do something each day that puts you closer to achieving your dreams.

Ignore the noise. In life, there are so many distractions. There is so much going on that it’s easy to say, “Oh I’ll get to that tomorrow.” Don’t be one of those people. I haven’t watched a single NBA or NHL Finals game, from start to finish. It’s just not a priority for me. I love basketball, but I have way bigger fish to fry. I’ve been so immensely busy lately; I have to set “no work nights.” Even then, I feel guilty not executing on my priorities. At that moment, I start self-auditing again. I found myself posting content and doing community management for clients while simultaneously tailgating for Dave Matthews Band, last weekend. It’s THAT bad.Self-Auditing

Maybe it’s a good thing? Maybe I’m built differently than you? I’m not saying you have to work work work work work work like Rihanna. Work life balance is crucial to maintaining healthy relationships with your spouse, kids and friends or for simply retaining your own sanity. It’s just that I’d hate to see you get complacent with the day-to-day and wake up when you’re 40 and feel like you’ve accomplished nothing.

And it doesn’t have to be ALL work goals, either! You like to plant things? Have the biggest garden on your block and feed the neighborhood vegetables, just because. You can knit? Ensure all your grand-kids have matching scarves, hats and mittens, for the winter. Enjoy playing music? Force yourself to hit one open mic night a week. Just do SOMETHING that makes you better at what you love.


For me, it’s business. I realized a long time ago that I will NEVER be happy working for someone else. I’m not a soldier, I’m the Commander-in-Chief. LOOK AT ME! I AM THE CAPTAIN, NOW!  Eight new clients since April, contract talks with number nine, prospecting with three more. THAT’S what gets me off. I’m not going to climb the corporate ladder… I’m going to build the motherlovin’ elevator. Wait… That’s a terrible metaphor because there is no fast way to the top. It’s a daily grind. That’s the point of this article, after all. Every. Single. Day. Execute at the highest level possible. Build relationships. Provide people value. It will all pay off, in the end. I promise.

The Company You Keep

29 Apr 16
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“The company you keep” has always been an interesting notion, to me.

Surrounding yourself with positive people leads to positive outcomes. We’ve heard it time and time again. However, there is more to this equation than meets the eye. Positive vibes are good and all, but that alone won’t drive results. You need to surround yourself with people who bring something to the table. My company is growing. That’s no surprise to those of you who follow me on Snapchat (@pilon_dylan). In order to make my agency more attractive to prospective clients,    I need to be full-service, or as close to it as possible. That is why I’m proud to announce a partnership with APEX Creative Design. If you ride for me, go follow their page right meow. APEX provides Cloud 9 with photography/videography and graphic design services, allowing me to bring exponentially more value to my clients.

Here’s the thing… I could have skated by without their help. I could have shot everything in 4K, with my iPhone, pirated the latest version of Photoshop and spent hours learning the ins and outs of the software. I would have been just fine. Except for one thing… I’m a Marketer! I SELL STUFF! Time is the most valuable asset we have! I’ve said this over and over. I need to spend my time doing what I do best and hire someone else to execute the rest. Enter APEX CreativeCompany Design…

People focus too much on improving their weaknesses. Yes, you read that right. In a world where you can find ANYONE to do ANYTHING (thank you internet), why the hell would you spend valuable time trying to sharpen the dullest knife in the chopping block? Grab your Ginsu and start slicing and dicing, baby! If you have a business based around a particular skill set, it will serve you FAR BETTER to continually improve and evolve those core skills than to work on the minutia. Execute YOUR job at the highest level possible and outsource the rest. I promise your company will win faster and more often.

Next thing I have my eye on is Account Managers. Cloud 9 Marketing Group really is growing. This is not fluff and I’m not blowing smoke.  I’m going to need people to manage client accounts and create content. I’ve had a few people raise their hands, but the search is far from over. I’m looking for someone with creativity, conversational tendencies and attention to detail. I don’t care if you went to school for Marketing. Hell, I don’t particularly care if you went to school at all. Your character and drive are not predicated on your degree. Do you have what it takes? Let’s do this…

Until next time,


Sick Days

20 Apr 16
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What are Sick Days?

Sick days are unavoidable. At some point, everyone catches a cold and calls out of work. It’s what you do with your time off, that really matters. Of course I wake up some mornings and don’t feel 100%, but you can’t make excuses for not accomplishing your daily goals. How many sick days did you take last year? What do you do with the time off? If you spend the entire day in bed, I truly believe that you’re wasting valuable time. Just because you’re sick, doesn’t necessarily mean you are incapable of accomplishing SOMETHING. Sick days are perfect for catching up on email, scheduling future meetings, administrative tasks like payroll or billing, conference calls, etc… I hate staying home because I don’t feel well. In fact, whenever I call out of work, it’s for the benefit of keeping my co-workers healthy, not because I don’t want to go. Forcing yourself to go to work so you can spread germs all over your office is not the most productive use of your time (and you’ll probably piss off everyone you work with).Sick Days

Yesterday, I called out of work for the second time in two years. Ya know what else I did? I created content for two clients across four social media platforms, monitored and adjusted an ad campaign, sent out three invoices, pitched a prospective client, coordinated an internship program with four local colleges, dropped off marketing materials, donated money to a golf tournament Cloud 9 Marketing Group is co-sponsoring (while making a trip to Big Y for more medicine), did some banking, wrote this blog post and drank a whole lot of tea. Of course there are some things that are better suited for being in the office, but that doesn’t mean the entire day has to go to waste. When you run a business, there is no such thing as “office hours.” You need to be on 24/7. A day out of the office is a day to accomplish other tasks.

Some people get sick time that they have to use or they lose it. That’s when you should REALLY be taking advantage of your day off. If you’re healthy, you better be accomplishing task after task after task. Life is too short to sit back and just chill because you had PTO to burn. Even if it isn’t work related, knock some personal tasks off your to-do list. Take care of laundry, schedule that appointment with the maintenance man you’ve been putting off, spend time with a friend or relative that you haven’t seen in a while. Don’t be stagnant!

If you’re really sick and rest is truly the priority, I understand. I’m not saying that you have to be cranking out cold calls from a hospital bed. Just realize this… Every time you put something off, you may be delaying the accomplishment of your dream(s). It sounds far-fetched but one piece of content, one email to a new prospect, one almond or one ad campaign for a current client could be the thing that sets your company into over-drive. You never know what action is going to take you to the next level. Wouldn’t it be a shame to miss that serendipitous event because of a sore throat?

Sick days… Ha! What are those?

3 Keys to Establishing Your Brand

04 Apr 16
Dylan Pilon
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The one question I get asked the most is, “How did you brand yourself?” The answer is, I’ve been doing it my entire life. Everything you do and say effects how people perceive you. (I know, shocker!) But in all seriousness, it’s deeper than that. Branding is not an easy task. You’re essentially convincing someone that you’re some sort of expert in that particular area. This can especially be tough if you’ve known these people your entire life and out of the blue you’ve become a “guru.” These three keys will help you develop your personal brand and silence the skeptics!

1. Learn everything you can

The first key element to this equation is your dedication to learning EVERYTHING you can about your field. For instance, I first took interest in marketing in 2008. I didn’t launch Cloud 9 Marketing Group until 2015. That was SEVEN YEARS that I kept my mouth shut, read every blog I could, networked with people in the industry, attended conferences and events, took university classes, talked to entrepreneurs who have already done it, prepped and planned my business, etc… before I ever tried to tell a business owner how to market their own baby. You can’t be a credible brand if you don’t know what you’re talking about. If you’re under 25, good luck! You better be Prince Charming to convince someone who’s been in business longer than you’ve been alive that they’re doing it wrong. “Knowledge is power!”

2. Watch your mouth

Another piece of advice I give is to be cognizant of what you say and do, at all times. If you’re trying to brand yourself, especially for business purposes, be careful what you’re snapchatting because you never know who’s watching. Here’s an example that I just recently encountered. My accountant is a very wise man. He’s operated his own firm for many years. This past tax season he cautioned me about my Facebook page. He said, “Ya know, Dylan, you might want to tone it down with these Bernie Sanders posts. A lot of your business is referral based and I’d hate to see you miss out on opportunities because people may disagree with your political choices. Things like religion and politics DO NOT mix with business.” My response, “FEEL THE BERN!” All jokes aside, I completely understand where he’s coming from. When you’re branding yourself, everything that you stand for becomes a reflection of your personal brand. I’m not saying you have to change or silence your beliefs, just be cautious of who you share them with. Unless of course it’s your Cyberdust account. Add me @pilon_dylan

3. Become one with the brand

My favorite piece of branding is, of course, marketing. What good is all this knowledge if no one knows that you can help them. You need to live and breathe your brand. You are your biggest advocate. No one is going to promote you better than you (except for me!). After you put in the time to learn everything you can about your field and you’ve cleaned up all your social media profiles to erase all the embarrassing things you said in high school (thanks a lot Timehop), it’s finally time to get yourself out there. Print flyers and business cards and leave them everywhere, network with family and friends to meet people you can sell to, start creating content and blasting all your social profiles, continue going to those events/conferences but this time, go as your brand and make useful connections, consult with an agency like mine to see how digital/social advertisement could benefit your mission, and on and on and on. There’s nothing worse than being the best kept secret. Make sure you’re top-of-mind when it’s time for people to purchase.

There you have it. Cloud 9 Marketing Group’s Branding 101. Learn everything you can, be mindful of your audience and become a walking advertisement. Doesn’t matter if you’re selling Girl Scout Cookies (product based), becoming a personal trainer (B2C service) or starting a marketing agency (B2B service) the process works the same way.

I want to leave you with one last thought. Your brand is a living, breathing thing. It is constantly changing as you gain experience and grow. But what happens to your brand after you’re dead? That, my friends, is when your brand becomes your legacy. If you died today, would you be proud of yours?

Do you have any questions regarding these three keys on how to brand yourself? Do you think I left out an important step? Holler at me in the comments!

If you’d like to talk to me about how to establish YOUR brand, hit me up at

Until next time,











Impact vs. Activity and a #shamelessplug

20 Jan 16
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Impact vs. Activity

The theory of “Impact vs. Activity” is very interesting to me. Success is not predicated on how busy you are. I’ve said this before… Time is the most valuable asset you have. You can NEVER get back time. Ever. So what you choose to do with your time is so ridiculously important.

I don’t always follow my own advice. I don’t spend every waking moment of my life positioning myself to be a more successful entrepreneur. For instance, Rebecca and I watched 4 episodes of “Breaking Bad,” Monday night. I could have been campaigning to get new clients, pushing out content, blowing up your Snapchat feed (add me @pilon_dylan) etc… But time with loved ones is extremely important and I’m human! But I digress…

I first heard “Impact vs. Activity” from a former manager of mine. It instantly stuck with me. I even wrote it down and keep it posted in my cube. I look at it every single day. Working for the sake of working isn’t actually productive. Working just to pay your bills isn’t actually productive. It may be a means to an end (not being homeless) but it isn’t helping you advance your life, career, net worth, etc…

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It all starts with strategy. What is your overarching long-term goal? Do you want to be the number one real estate agent in your market? Do you want to turn your passion for photography into your main source of income? Do you want to touch people with your music? Awesome. Now how are you going to do it? Accomplish two major tasks per day that will build you toward your ultimate goal. PRODUCTIVE TASKS. I do things like network with existing clients, “partner” with local businesses in my community, write blog posts, (lately) Snapchat my tail off, spam/bribe my friends and family into sharing my content, listen to industry leaders and read read read everything I can on social media, practice and test out advertising tactics which I can then apply to my clients, and on and on and on. I do these things every single day.

I have people tell me that I inspire them. This I’ll never understand. I haven’t done anything impressive. I haven’t made it yet. I haven’t accomplished my long-term goal. I’m just hustling. You don’t have to be as talented as the next person. All you have to do is outwork them. My father always told me to work smarter, not harder. That’s BS. Work smarter AND harder. If you’re smart AND hardworking you can’t lose.

Another key thing, show people love! Support people you care about! People do not do that enough. Support your friends the way you support Michael Jordan and Steve Jobs. These are your friends and family. Why wouldn’t you want to positively impact their business and help them to succeed? (I’m looking at all of you “friends” of mine who don’t share my content, refer me business, look for opportunities to flip someone my business card, etc…) This might sound selfish, but if you really care for someone (me) then why not do everything you can, within reason, to get them (me!) exposure?

If you’ve read this far, THANK YOU. Now, I’m going to ask you for something. Do you know someone who owns or manages a business? (This is the part where you nod your head up and down.) Would you like me to pay you for making a phone call? (Continue nodding your head.) Okay then, pick up your phone and call them. Tell them about me and how it would be worth their time to speak with me. If they become a client, I’ll pay you. Yes, you! (This is the part where you pick up the phone and start dialing.)

To all my friends and family who do continue to support me, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. For those of you who don’t, I still got love for ya. But just know, every time someone shares a piece of my content, you’re greatly helping to improve my chances of success. With that being said, how can Cloud 9 Marketing Group greatly improve YOUR chances of success? Call me…

Until next time,