September 2011

Cover_2011_September The theme for this month’s issue is Customer Service. You are going to discover some great articles this month on this very important topic.

We’re also going to do something a little different this month. We are going to give you a customer service bonus by featuring my friend T. Harv Eker. Listen to the interview with this expert who will show you how to gain the competive advantage in your network marketing business. Take advantage of the bonus he is offering us, “Millionaire Mind for Network Marketers… Taking Your Business to the Next Level”

One last thing, check out my article this month and see what we are doing to help our military veterans!

Aim high!

George Madiou


Customer Service, THE Age Old Secret to a Thriving Business! by RS Mallory

Next time you find yourself speaking with a customer or family member, be sure to remember that everyone responds to how you make them FEEL!  Customer Service is the way that we treat and revere potential, current and future business partners and customers. It is perhaps the OLDEST secret to...Read More »

The Secret Sauce of Great Customer Service by Gary Blair

Five value creation strategies – the secret sauce of great service that will keep your customers coming back for life. Secret-sauce Customer-centered leadership is the cornerstone of success. Here are five value creation strategies, the secret sauce of great service that will keep your customers coming back for life. Strategy 1:...Read More »

Get the Service Right and the Profits Will Follow by Terri Levine

Listen and if you don’t have something to help them, suggest other sources and products which might be best for them. This is true customer service and you will be remembered for it I have enjoyed remarkable success and made serious money from network marketing businesses. It is so easy when...Read More »

Excel at Service, the Profits Follow: by Barbara Pellegrino

“The goal as a company is to have customer service that is not just the best, but legendary.” – SAM WALTON They say that when a customer is happy with your service or product they may tell 3 other people, but when they are unhappy, they are likely to tell 11...Read More »

Great Customer Service is Personal by Julie Ziglar Norman

Good customer service is about listening, and learning, so you can deliver what is expected… and more. When I think of customer service, I think of my sister Cindy. Cindy has been the customer service “whisperer” at Ziglar, Inc. for several years now, and if anybody knows anything about how to...Read More »

5 Service Excellence Principles to Propel Your Profits by Marilyn Suttle

Five strategies for creating jaw-dropping customer service that results in consistently happy customers Success leaves clues. Every time I interview a highly effective company, certain principles keep showing up, regardless of the size or type of business. Those elements can be applied to your company and lead you to uncommon success....Read More »

The Root of Your Success is YOU by T. Harv Eker

Read or listen to this conversation if you would like to increase your wealth and become RICH. And grab a copy of T. Harv Eker’s book Millionaire Mind for Network Marketers This is George Madiou, Publisher of and I’m excited today to be speaking with a good friend of ours,...Read More »

K.O.R.E. Elements of Success by Chris Widener

Knowledge, Opportunity, Risk and Excellence, 4 principle elements of success. Over the years I have had the privilege of working with many successful people. Some were workers who worked for others but accomplished much, and some were leaders of both small and large businesses. I began to think about the characteristics...Read More »

Balance High-Tech, With a High-Touch Environment by Denis Waitley

Millions of dollars have been wasted on costly MIS (management information systems) and hardware before discovering that human capital needs must precede high-tech needs. You must think like a high-tech research firm, and act like a high-touch service firm to succeed in the borderless, global economy. The investment in human capital,...Read More »

Perspective and Customer Service by Linda Yates

What we perceives becomes our reality. The objective then is to control our perception. Last weekend my daughter, husband and I were discussing customer service. My daughter and husband were sharing experiences from their work days of how the customers they were dealing with would ask obvious questions or demand unreasonable...Read More »

Using the Forgotten Customer Service Art to Grow Your Business! by David Feinstein

Focus on these two values and you’ll see that everything falls together nicely and that success comes rushing at you as fast as a snowball creates an avalanche. There’s seems to be a forgotten element to our business. That element counts in nearly any business that you visit. When you go...Read More »


The Role of Supplements in the Mind-Body Connection by Dana Gore

When we feel better we do better. We experience less discomfort, have more energy and become a participant in life rather than a victim and this is EMPOWERMENT! In a perfect world we would experience the epitome of good health at every waking moment. The healthiest and highest quality foods would...Read More »

Arthur's Corner by Arthur Tugman

Mighty Monthly Musings I’d rather be coachable and approachable and striving for success than be not teachable and unreachable and struggling with failure. Arthur Tugman ~ One can only imagine success who has never experienced it. Arthur Tugman ~ Everything you give away will one day be yours. Arthur Tugman ~...Read More »

Inside Out – DO BETTER by Steve Dailey

Today… I’m going to do better. I’m going to think more positively, be more productive with my time, smile more, laugh louder, exercise creativity, challenge my body a little harder… I love the idea of bumper stickers. It’s a game of seeing how much you can say and how big of...Read More »

Charlie's Going to Get a Raise by Zig Ziglar

“I know he’ll get a raise because if the man he’s working for doesn’t give it to him, I will.” I worked in a grocery store as a youngster. The Depression was on, inventories were limited and merchants frequently ran out of stock items. As a result, the merchants would borrow...Read More »

Ask NOT What Network Marketing Can Do for Us, Ask What WE Can Do for Network Marketing! by Sue Seward

Start to think more about what others are looking for, then something remarkable begins to happen. How many times have we heard this statement – Network Marketing is all about building relationships? What’s important are other people and what ‘they’ want. When we stop treating people like a cash machine and...Read More »

How Do You Attract Opportunity Into Your Life? by Jim Rohn

Personal development – the never-ending chance to improve not only yourself, but also to attract opportunities and affect others. Someone recently asked me the question: “How can I have more opportunities come into my life?” Good question, but I think my answer surprised them a bit. I bypassed the obvious (and...Read More »

Columns by George Madiou

Combating Veteran Unemployment and Under-employment Through Business Ownership THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT NO JOBS FOR OUR VETS COMING HOME FROM WAR According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in 2010, young male veterans, ages 18 to 24, who served during the Gulf War era, including those who have served at...Read More »