When the Mood Strikes

The Ultimate ongoing “Blog-athon”

I avoided writing blogs for years — for absolutely no good reason. Then as I evolved, I realized how much of a contribution THE RIGHT BLOGS — irrespective of whether I wrote them or accessed original ideas from other mammoth thinkers good be.

50 Shades of Jay # 28 – A Different Side of Jay

In this shade, the interviewer Kute Blackson is a very well-reasoned, thoughtful person who asked me more about non-business issues than my usual topics. I thought it might be fun to show you a side of me that’s more than a little bit vulnerable and share whatever came out of my mind (and mouth) in…

50 Shades of Jay # 24 – Your Secret Wealth

I originally created this as a course with Nightingale-Conant that explored, examined, explained, and educated people to look deeply within themselves and their circumstances for hidden financial and personal jackpots. It’s very different than anything I had ever done before, because it’s geared for an entrepreneur, employee,...

50 Shades of Jay # 23 – Nine Drivers – Upside Leverage at Its Finest

For Shade #23 – here is a detailed, sixteen-page overview of higher performing elements, factors, forces, and impact/leverage points I call my “Nine Drivers of Exponential Business Growth”. These are the specific drivers of revenue/sales growth, profit explosion, and market dominance that can be universally applicable...

50 Shades of Jay # 22 – A Chinese Dossier for Your Eyes Only

In this “Chinese Dossier”, Fiona Freeman has compiled her comprehensive notes from the $25k/per person hot seat session I did for entrepreneurs in China. She put together a wonderful summarization of the “Big Impact” distinctions, and the most powerful methods I delivered on those hot seats.  [button_1 text=”Download”...

50 Shades of Jay # 15 – Jay’s Performance Enhancers

Within this shade #15, we deeply explain and explore all of the different leverage or impact factors that either positively or negatively affect your sales, marketing, positioning, and competitive results. I’ve never approached this topic this way before – slowly, methodically, very linearly and pragmatically. I think...