Meet Justin Glover

01/03/2015

Marketing Tips

I’d like to introduce you to Justin Glover.

Justin calls Conway, Arkansas home.

Justin and his beautiful wife received the gift of a baby daughter 6 months ago.

Before his online journey, Justin was like so many others, working multiple jobs, knowing there had to be a better way.

Justin’s instinct was correct.  He was meant to be an online entrepreneur.  He is a natural at it.  Having gone on to become one of the top 2% of marketers that can boast of producing 7 figures.

Justin is a marketing master, having produced many training products and successful coaching and mentoring programs.

Justin has recently partnered up with co founder Brenda Gagne to mastermind Results 513.  Results 513 is an elite training and support program designed to teach struggling entrepreneurs the right way to build a successful and profitable online business.

Results 513’s step by step structure and support have all the members of this elite group saying it’s the best they have ever been a part of.

Justin has just opened up a very powerful training tool.  Traffic Leverage.  Just for taking a look at this great offer you can get a FREE cheat sheet, packed full of tips designed to “Triple your traffic”!  (<<<Get Your’s Here!  Shh…!>>>)

I reached out to Justin and asked him to share some of his expertise with you.

Because he is someone I respect, appreciate and trust!

I’m grateful you are here reading this post and want to make sure you become aware of Justin Glover as he is someone to follow and learn from!

Justin is such an articulate writer, he can take a simple daily experience and turn it into a learning experience.  Here is an example of that from his blog:



 The Greatest Lesson Of All – by Justin Glover

November 27,2014                                                                                                                                                                           Entrepreneurship


I was in a great mood, and it was almost lunchtime so I walked into the kitchen to find something to eat. I wasn’t craving anything in particular, but I had a long day of work ahead of me, so I knew I needed to eat SOMETHING if I wanted the energy to make it through.

So I opened up the fridge, and immediately became a participant in one of those ‘who can see what’s on the wall behind the refrigerator first’ gazing contests.

I’m not sure why, but it’s as if my brain instantly shuts off when the fridge door opens.

…Don’t lie, you know exactly what I’m talking about!

I finally “snap out of it” when one of the chicken breasts that I had put on the top shelf to thaw out starts yelling in a loud voice…

“Hey idiot …I’m NOT going to cook myself here!” (they never do)

But, I wasn’t in the mood for chicken so I bent down to open the crisper.

…and from out of nowhere it hit me like a right hook from Mike Tyson!clothespin-on-nose

What was once a fresh bag of crisp green broccoli florets was now this disgusting, brownish colored goo that smelled like something awful.

…Bad enough that a ‘quick rinsing’ wasn’t going to get the job done.

I needed a pair of tongs , heavy gloves and a clothespin on my nose to remove it. (Ok, maybe I’m being a bit dramatic here, but I want you to get the full picture)

So now all of a sudden, I’m no longer hungry …

and I’m no longer in a good mood.

Instead, because of the repulsive duty to wash out the refrigerator and get rid of that smell, I’m actually a little mad. Not to mention the money that was wasted on this food!

I think to myself “Great job Justin… All of this could have been avoided if you would have just got off your butt last week and cooked it when it like you said you would… When are you ever going to learn this lesson?”

The consequence of procrastination, and the feeling of self let down was now front and center. Just like that, I had went from a great mood, to a crappy mood. My motivation to do any productive work in my business was fading fast.

Maybe you have had a similar experience before? A time when life throws you a curve ball and reminds you of all the things you “didn’t” do that well. We all have.

Regardless, here’s my point…

Remember that “GOO” that was in my fridge?

That could be YOU!

Obviously, I don’t mean that literally… but what if that was how God sees us when our arrogance has turned our fruits of the Spirit into rotten smelly disgusting rot?

Oh wait …Did you catch that?

If not, then you might want to read that last sentence again.

There is hope. A cure to the mess in the refrigerator. And it’s super simple …Just use the

vegetables while they are fresh, and replenish them regularly.

So the main lesson for us “fridge-gazers” is this: We need to constantly be refreshed and cleansed, so we do not turn into rotten brown smelly goo.

One of the easiest ways to staying “crispy” and “refreshed” in life is by showing GRATITUDE!

Taking a second to just stop and be thankful for what you have.

Here’s something to think about when you cut into your turkey this Thanksgiving:

Is it the prayer of thanks that is motivating you, or the greed of the feast?

In-gratitude is one of the fastest ways to bring a bunch of other stuff into your life that you don’t want… So learning to be grateful in all situations is one of the best lessons you can learn.

But not just once a year. Everyday.

If you sincerely begin to practice gratitude on a daily basis, you will start to see doors of possibility open up in your life that you couldn’t even imagine.

To REALLY want to experience what I’m telling you is possible, try out this simple little ‘test’.

Step #1: Pick any one of your normal recurring conversations that you have in life. Maybe it’s a daily meet-up between 3 friends before a class, or a weekly meeting with your employees. We all have them, so don’t use that as an excuse to not do this. (remember, the chicken aint’ gonna cook itself!)

Step #2: The next time you get ready to start that conversation, ask everyone to verbally announce at least 1 thing that they are sincerely grateful for at that moment.

Step #3: Notice how THAT conversation is different from the previous conversations.

A gratitude ritual as simple as this can (and will) significantly add to the quality of your life when you implement it into your daily routine. In fact, I’d love for you to come back to the comment section below, and share your experience after you try it out the first time. (you can also comment now BEFORE you try it…just tell me what you think about this post in general)

know-it-all-300x223Over the last 3 years, I’ve probably spent close to $50k on information, and will probably spend even more in the next 3 years …It’s quite obvious that my name is not Mr. Know-It-All.

But here is something I DO KNOW.

Everything we have is a gift from God, and every one of His gifts are good and perfect.

This post is just one way (of many) for me to express the fact that I’m thankful for ALL of them. Not only am I grateful for the good times, but I’m also grateful for the bad times.

The lessons I learn during those ‘bad’ times make me a better, more equipped person.

I don’t say it nearly enough, but I truly am thankful for you!

I make a living by sharing information with people. So if it weren’t for you, then I wouldn’t have anyone to share information with, and therefore my business would not exist.

…I know that.

As we experience God’s goodness in our lives, and offer thanks to Him, we could say that every day is a day of thanksgiving.

No, we don’t feast upon turkey every day, in observance of a secular holiday, but we should offer our thanks to God in prayer, reflecting our thankfulness in everything we say and do.

So whatever you do in the bustle of day-to-day life, remember to stop and give thanks.

…And live in such a way that others, who watch you and experience God’s goodness from your hands, can’t help but pause and offer up a prayer to express their thanks.

In these ways, God will be glorified, and receive the thanks He deserves.

That’s the true goal of this blog post, and what thanksgiving means to me.

If you have enjoyed this, please list at least one thing you are thankful for in the comment section below, and then share it with a friend to help spread the message.

Step into your light,

Justin Glover
gratitude, greatest lesson, thanksgiving


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About Justin Glover

Each day, thousands of people looking to make extra money at home begin their journey into the world of internet marketing. Unfortunately, most people never experience the success they desire because they don’t have a guide to show them the way. Sign up for his FREE Internet Market Secrets training emails to discover how to use the internet and turn your computer into a cash gushing machine – Click Here

 


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