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Monday Morning Mucho DEEnero Quick Tip

Happy Monday, kemosabe. Here is a quick tip that’s easy to implement, and that will add mucho DEEnero to your bottom line. Send an email and a letter via the mail to your “lost customers,” telling them you miss them, and make them an irresistible offer. How effective is the simple strategy? There was a […]

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Words of wisdom from two Holocaust survivors

Last night Karen and I went to a presentation where two married Holocaust survivors, Laszlo and Vera, spoke. Both of them delivered a message of hope and had a positive outlook on life and the future. They stress that to try to find the good in all situations. During a poignant part of the speech, […]

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A sneaky strategy for getting hot leads to call you

Today, my fine-feathered friend, I’m going to give a stellar tip that will put a lot of DEEnero in your pocket, if you use it. Let me tease you a bit by telling you that this lead generation strategy won’t cost you an additional penny in marketing expenses. Ready, Freddy? After a prospect opts in […]

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Easy, zero technique way to sell more

So you say you want to sell more of your products and services, kemosabe? No need to fear because Dr. Dee is here with a strategy so simple you might brush it off. That would be a mistake because what I’m about to tell you will put more DEEnero in your coffers if you embrace […]

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Dumbass Marketing Award For 2020

The other day I got the following message on Linkedin from this dude by the name of Grant: “Dave – I’ve been really impressed with the content/training you’ve been providing recently, but I noticed that you aren’t currently offering courses about this topic yet through your website (at least not that I could find). Have […]

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The Pope’s Slapping Success Secret

Did you read about how the Pope slapped a woman’s hand who had grabbed him and wouldn’t let go? You can read the story here. Even the Pontiff loses his patience at times, and you know what? I don’t think he was wrong. There have to be boundaries, and when those boundaries are crossed, something […]

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Holy schmokes, I almost had a heart attack

Yesterday, I watched the battle of two of the worst teams in football; The Miami Dolphins vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. I was merrily sipping a glass of Chianti reveling in the Dolphin’s first blowout victory of the year. Heck, they were up by TWENTY-THREE points in the fourth quarter. The problem was the Bengals didn’t […]

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Be like Krampus and fill your stocking with DEEnero

Sit down next to roaring fire with Dr. Dee, and let me tell you how you can make your stockings overflow all year long. Movies like “Frosty,” “Scrooge,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” and others are certainly Christmas classics. However, there are alternative movies, including “Black Christmas” and “Krampus.” Yes, these are Christmas horror movies. Before […]

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Forgive me, dear reader, for I have sinned

You’ve heard the saying, “We teach what we most need to learn,” right? For years, before it was fashionable, I taught that you need to have a morning ritual. I’ve tried many different versions, including the ones outlined in the outstanding books The Miracle Morning and The Perfect Day Formula.  But at some point this year, […]

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Turkey meatballs! Are you kidding me?

Yes, kemosabe, I write a lot about meatballs but I had to tell you about a ghastly thing I heard the other night at dinner. While eating at our favorite Italian restaurant with friends, and after a couple of glasses of vino, I asked Robin how she made her meatballs. Shockingly, she said, “I make […]

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Shopping suuuuuucks!

On Saturday night, the Mrs. wanted to go to Lenox Mall to buy a Peloton treadmill. (Yes, that’s what she wanted as her Christmas present. No, I don’t understand the controversy regarding the Peloton television commercial.) The traffic getting to the mall was insane. Dr. Dee was not in a good mood, and it got worse […]

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Panic at the airport

Yesterday, I took a 37-minute flight from Atlanta to Nashville for a two-day, one-to-many sales presentation workshop I’m conducting today and tomorrow. The airport was a madhouse with the Clear -Precheck longer line than I’ve ever seen it. (If you travel, then getting Clear with Precheck is a no-brainer.) One dude was in a panic […]

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