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Power Lunch-Internet Security

Executive Power Lunch

Topic: Internet Security-“If you’re not worried, you’re not paying attention.”

Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Time: 12:00pm-1:30pm

Location: The One Hundred Club, 100 Market St, Portsmouth, NH 03801 – 5th Floor

Reservation is required – http://onehundredclub.com/member-events/internet-security/



If I offered you a job…

If I offered you a job with a growing company that currently has offices in 8 countries, soon to be 12, and you had the ability to name your own hours, would you be interested?


What if I told you that you can work from home and make an unlimited salary? Take vacations whenever you want. Earn company bonuses. Attend fun company events.

I KNOW…you think it’s too good to be true.

WELL…it’s not and I help people do it all the time.

What if I told you this is actually not a job offer, but an opportunity for you to start your own home-based business and be your own boss.

Contact me for details. Let’s have a 20 minute discussion to see if it would make sense for you. If not, no big deal, but it couldn’t hurt to talk.

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2017 Event Schedule

timberwolfcoaching-grey-cropThe 2017 Event Schedule, being hosted by TimberWolfCoaching.com, is currently in construction.

Below is the proposed list of topics and it would be helpful if you could comment on which events you might like to attend. Thanks in advance for all your support.

May 19 – Unleash Your Social Media Marketing Potential

Tips, tricks, and strategies for learning to use social media most effectively.

June 9 – Your Website Sucks! (but, it can be fixed)

Website design, SEO, Google Analytics, Content, Blogs, Vlogs, Shopping Carts, etc.

TBD – True Colors with Yvonne Prince

A Women’s Empowerment and Motivation Series

TBD – Women Business Leaders

What does it take for women to be successful in today’s business world?

TBD – Step-By-Step

How to start your own business

TBD – Top Earners Summit

New England Network Marketing leaders discuss what it takes to earn 6 figures.

TBD – Ladies Night – Merlot and Mud

Learn how to have a luxury facial at home for less than $20.

TBD – Internet Security at Home and Office

A panel discussion about protecting your information on PC, tablet, smartphone, and cloud.

TBD – Light the Fire!

Health and Wellness for the busy and stressed CEO or Manager.

TBD – Men’s Night – Scotch and Skin

For guys who want look and feel younger.

Event sponsorship opportunities available.

Get your brand in front of hundreds of local business leaders and consumers.

Interested in hosting an event?

Let TimberWolf Coaching help you with planning, preparation, marketing, and possibly hosting.

Contact us first to do it right.


Specific. Measurable. Attainable. Relevant. Time Based.

SMART-goalsThis is what is usually taught in business and sales. I want to tell you that this is exactly what holds you back and prevents you from reaching your full potential.


Well, being specific is good, and having goals that can be measured is good. Even making sure your goals have time limits is good. BUT…attainable and relevant is where most people fall short.

Attainable/Achievable/Agreed is always the place where people don’t set their goals high enough. They set them where they think they can achieve them and therefore achieve goals that are far below their true potential. Shoot for the stars and you may land on the moon. But, most people shoot for the moon, then decrease their goals or extend their time-frame when they aren’t going to hit that goal.

Relevant/Reasonable/Realistic is a crock of crap. If you want to succeed, then your goals should not be realistic. They should be astronomical. They should be absolutely crazy. Step out of reality because your version of what you are capable of is always less than what you can truly achieve. Let’s assume that you want to increase sales by 10% over last year. Good goal. So you create programs, incentives, products, etc. that will get you to 10%. What happens if you reach your goal? You celebrate. What happens if you don’t? Well, some companies decrease the goal to 8% to make everyone feel like ‘they did it’. Don’t make the goal easier. Make it more challenging. Make it unrealistic. If you set the goal at 10% and achieve 8%, do you feel good about that? What if you set the goal at 25%, gave it everything and a little more, and only achieved 12%? How do you feel now?

If you are in sales (we are all in sales), I would encourage you to read “The 10X Rule” by Grant Cardone and start getting unrealistic with your goals.

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If you are interested in not just reaching goals, but crashing through that glass ceiling and dominating your market, then contact me.