From Entrepreneur to Author to Global Publisher and International Business Life Coach

Entrepreneur, Author, Global Publisher, Business Life Coach and self-made multi-millionaire and Father of 7 wonderful children, Darren Stephens quotes:

“Trust Your Intuition – It Guides and Protects Your Soul”

From entrepreneur to global publisher…

So how did he devise this unique publishing model?

Well, the short answer to that is he has a long and varied entrepreneurial history that he was able to draw on.

Darren is a true entrepreneur with years of experience and results to prove it. He is self-made multi-millionaire and is a seasoned business executive entrepreneur, growth strategist, speaker, business life coach and an international best selling author.

Darren was the founder and International chairman of Mars Venus Coaching, one of the worlds most respected and leading brands.

He is also International Franchise Director of the worlds No 1 eBay education company Bidding Buzz Global Limited with offices in 11 countries including Australia, Italy France, Singapore, Hong Kong, UK and North America.

He’s recognized as an expert in the fields of Business Development, Sales & Marketing, Executive Mentoring, Franchising, International Publishing, Self-Development & Accelerated Psychological Transformation.

For more than 20 years, Darren has traveled, speaking to and motivating thousands of people in over 27 countries on how to create business, personal and financial success.

He lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife Jackie and their 7 children.

So you could say he is a Life Master for business and the publishing industry. And somehow his wife Jackie and himself was able to juggle all this while raising sevens kids. (No, this is not a misprint. They really have seven kids)

But during his long and varied business career, he noticed that a lot of first-time authors make big mistakes that often see them stuck with shed full of books they can’t even give away. In his book Our Internet Secrets, he will show you how to avoid them.

But first…

Here are Darren’s top 5 things becoming an entrepreneur, business life coach, publisher author can achieve for you

1. Make you an instant expert
2. Open up a string of joint venture and equity opportunities
3. Provides a great revenue source
4. You can use your book as a traffic-driving tool
5. Build an email list quickly.

The explanations to Darren’s top 5 things becoming a publisher author can achieve for you can be found in his book Our Internet Secrets.

Darren has recently been working with Life Master Jay McLean founder of Life Master Now. Life Master Now offers you quality business life coaching, with an abundance of powerful ideas providing easy-to-understand and easy-to-apply strategies that you can use immediately to increase your net business profit, your wealth, your success and your happiness.

With the success business life coaching strategies being revealed to you, you will begin to influence others more effectively and enhance your personal relationships. You will also improve your health and well being, eliminate fears and blockages that stop you from reaching your fullest potential and really experience more joy, fulfillment and massive success every day of your life.

Now, please enjoy and stay tuned for more! Thanks again Darren for this unbelievable opportunity to interview you and share many entrepreneurial ideas with you. It really was a blessing!

NOW, Make The Change And Excite Your Life!

Separating Your Personal Life From Business Life

This post is intended for people that are self-employed. Most of us would like to be self-employed because we don’t want to put up with the tiresome and tedious conditions of a real job. But being self-employed, being an entrepreneur, and having your own small business isn’t just a walk in the park. In this type of work, it can take more self-discipline than a real job since there is no one over your shoulders telling you what to do.

Another factor is that many beginners think that self-employment is a dream job so they can just slack off during their business hours, and that’s where they get the wrong picture when the results they want don’t start showing up. One of the worst things a self-employed person can do is not knowing the difference between a personal life and a business life. If you cannot separate though two, you’ll in for a very unproductive ride.

The reason for this is if you don’t, you’ll be wasting time doing other tasks that unimportant to what really matters and that’s your business. Here are some random things that I think normal people would do that if done in business mode, can suck out precious minutes of productively.

-Watching TV
-Going on forums
-Checking e-mail
-Going on Facebook
-Looking at the latest news
-Turning Skype on while you’re working
-Playing with Kids
-Chatting with a friend
-Going out with friends
-Going out with girlfriend or boyfriend
-Doing the laundry
-Going out to get food

When you work, whether it is for 10 hours or 4 hours, those hours are for your business. It’s important that you focus on your work and nothing else. It may be tempting to hang out with family or friends. It may also be hard to turn them down. But that is what will define how much you value your business ethics, even if they can’t take the job seriously. You’re the only one that matters when it comes to take your taking your job seriously.

You may probably hear people who do make money on autopilot, but don’t be too easily fooled by their words. They just want to tell you that because that want to make work “sound easy” when in fact, to get to that point, they have worked really hard, probably a lot harder than most people expect. You can surprise yourself as well as surprise others to how hard you work as well.

Some things that might help separate a business life and a personal life is work on schedule every single day. Even if you’re self-employed, does your business work around your personal life? Or does your personal life work around your business? If you’re serious about getting stuff down, it should be the latter. Some people work the best a couple hours in the morning, some people work the best late into the night.

For example, I find the best hours for me to sit in front of the computer and write is from the hours between 10PM and 2AM. I can get most done during these times because distractions are at its minimal. Somehow I don’t work well when I know there is sunlight outside. Call me a vampire if you must. Again, even if it’s just a couple of times, you’ll need to find your business hours as sacred hours.

Second, you must trying wearing business attire. I know this sounds silly, but the mind is crazy and will accept thoughts and feelings towards things that you think are real. If you pretend that you are actually working in an office and actually wearing business attire, you may become more serious in your work like a professional would at work. A person who dresses sloppy might make their work sloppy, while again, a person who dresses professionally might take their work more professionally. And it’s the smallest things that make the biggest differences. However, it’s just an idea and may not work for everybody.

When you are done, you can reward yourself by doing the things you had in mind. Making a small business doesn’t have to be hard. It is simple if you can manage your time right. The main purpose of being self-employed is to have more free time to do things, unlike regular job hours. But that does mean that you’ll have to make the most out of the time that you do work, and that starts with separating your personal life from business life.

4 Ways to Get Your Business Life in Order

One of the important things any business owner must do is to put things in order. Prioritizing is the key to success. Knowing what to give the most importance to may take some creativity, but it must be done. Here are a few keys to help you take control over your business and get organized.

1. Create a file. I would suggest purchasing an expandable file that has slots and tabs for you to label things. This way, you can file things in order of importance and finally get certain daunting tasks done.

2.Label your files accordingly. Make a section for each project that you are working on so that when you come across something that belongs in that section, you can file it away and know where it is at.

3. Do high priority tasks first. Let’s face it, the things of most importance must be done first. High priority items may be the most tedious to perform, so the most allowable amount of time should be spent on seeing these tasks through to completion. For writers, formatting your book may be the most tedious task you may ever find yourself doing, but because it can be done, you should do it first.

4. Label tasks of less importance in order from least to highest priority. Maybe you still need to choose between writing that first draft of your business plan, or putting the finishing touches on that new article you’ve been working on. Whatever the case may be, you have to figure out which things MUST be done, and which ones could stand to wait a day or two. Do the things that must be done first, and the others once the high priority projects are done.

Hopefully these four keys can help you to get your business life in order.