Business Minds Basics

> Q. What are the Business Minds products?

A. Business Minds has developed a comprehensive curriculum that trains CEOs, Executives, Managers, Employees and Independent Representatives on how to better develop their Emotional Intelligence, People Skills, Sales Skills, Leadership Skills and a variety of other important social skills.
> Q. What makes the program special?
A. Business Minds has developed a proprietary platform with workbooks, quizzes, tips, videos and hundreds of audiobooks that break down these key skills and attributes into bite-size, easy to implement strategies.
> Q. Is Business Minds really FREE?
A. The enroller program offers you access to the Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment, Ability Tips, Training & Certification as well as the MLM Compliance training and one free audiobook download and one personality test…all for free.
> Q. Does Business Minds offer any kind of upgraded services or training?
A. Yes. There are three additional, very affordable, levels of content, training and materials within the Business Minds platform. You can learn more about the extended audiobook library, continuing education and BUILDER DEVELOPMENT on our PROGRAM LEVELS page.
> Q. How does the Business Minds Program ‘CHANGE LIVES’?
A. Business Minds has personal and profession leadership development including helping with recruiting, retention and rank advancement. PLUS, with over 500 audiobooks and hundreds of topics to help individuals get more of what they need. Here is a short list of the areas where our app truly changes lives:
1) Setting and Achieving our Goals
2) The Art and Science of Crucial Conversations
3) Increasing our Passion
4) How to Increase our Persuasion
5) Becoming a Master of Influence
6) How to Psychologically Profile Others
7) How to Become a Better Communicator
8) How to Increase One's Sales
9) How to Become a More Influential Leader/Manager/Parent
10) How to Move from War to Peace
> Q. What if I or someone else wants to cancel membership or simply drops out?
A. There is no fee to cancel, withdrawal or drop out and you may do this at any time. In addition, there are no refunds that are granted to anyone. When someone cancels or drops out, they will be given access to their current curriculum for 30 days.
> Q. When was BMRD founded?
A. BMRD was founded in January 2011.
> Q. What is BMRD’s corporate address and contact information?
A. 9130 South State Street
Sandy, UT 84070

Building Relationships

> Q. How can business minds help me develop closer relationships?
A. The key to both personal and professional success, is enhanced relationships, it is the ability to perceive, use, understand, manage, and handle emotions and the capacity to be aware of, control, and express our own emotions, to improve interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. In life and in business you need to have people you can turn to in a crisis. Our FREE enroller platform offers you access to the Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment, Ability Tips, Training & Certification.
> Q. How might I use business minds to create a closer relationship with my team?
A. The biggest networking groups have the best leaders, and they demonstrate a culture of caring, success, and recognition. The very best leaders invest time, energy, and effort into their people and into their people’s progress. Our FREE enroller platform can be leveraged by your entire team. There are hundreds of training sessions, videos and audiobooks designed to help you grow and develop. As the leader, you can use the platform tools to create and assign weekly team events, book review opportunities and key trainings. As the leader you help your representatives focus on strategic opportunities, ideas, initiatives, and activities that increase individual success, group growth, total revenue, and profitability. By investing this time, you will build lasting relationships and tremendous partnerships.
> Q. How do I help team members that are failing to bloom?
A. It has been said, “Our outer world is but a reflection of our inner world.” Here at Business Minds, we truly believe this. If a team member is struggling, we always want to start first on their inner game. What is their personal “why?” What are their current roadblocks, personal obstacles? This is exactly what Business Minds Empowerment Platform was created.
> Q. How do I help my organization keep excited and focused?
A. Emotion is key to keeping team members excited and focused. And the more you focus on our own personal emotional intelligence the greater your influence will become on influencing others and their emotions.
> Q. How do I grow my organization?
A. There are multiple keys to growing your downline and organization. One of those keys is effective leadership. Another key is helping your team members experience success as quickly as possible. Perhaps the most important key however, is having a team that is passionate about your product and the industry as a whole.
> Q. How do to create a strong community and culture where leaders are developing future leaders.
A. This is done by unifying the team behind a shared common vision, dream and goal. Then having supporting tools like our audiobook library, emotional intelligence videos, modules etc.

Living A Purpose Filled Life

> Q. How do I help my people understand their purpose?
A. Finding one’s purpose is no easy task. It takes a lot of time, vulnerability and brutal honesty. Finding one’s purpose or what we call finding one’s “Why” is more of an uncovering than anything else truly. To help find one’s purpose, we recommend listing to Simon Sinek’s book, “Start with Why,” which can be found in our audiobook library.
> Q. How do I create a future focused team that sees what they are meant to do to change their world?
A. This goes actually back to one’s main purpose or their “why” of getting into network marketing.
> Q. What can I do each day to strongly influence my team and remind them of their purpose?
A. One of the best ways to do this is to have each member of your team fill out CEQ’s Accountability Log on a weekly basis and then to have them review it on a daily basis. Within this important tool each team member has the opportunity to write down and review their personal “why” on a weekly and daily basis.
> Q. How do we learn to acknowledge our failures and how to help team members overcome setbacks?
A. When team members feel safe, secure and confident in who they are and their abilities it is at this point that they become willing to look at their failures and setbacks not as bad things, but as personally tailored, pin pointed road maps of where they can improve. They look at these failures and setbacks as welcomed gifts. A great deal of emotional intelligence and personal development, however, is required to get to this level of self-mastery.
> Q. How do I best demonstrate a purpose-filled life, worth living?
A. Leading by example is always the most powerful way to lead and guide a team. Being the best and highest version of oneself and living in complete integrity with what that looks like is how a leader inspires and demonstrates a purpose-filled life.
> Q. How do we instill a definiteness of purpose?
A. As one becomes more and more at-one with their purpose or “why” it becomes clearer and definite. This takes a great deal of time, introspection and personal development. The beautiful part, however, about finding one’s purpose and personal “why” is that once it is found there is no longer any need for external validation, accountability or motivation; it all comes from within and creates an unstoppable human.

Personal Growth Helps Support Others

> Q. What can I do to ensure I am adequately helping others?
A. The best way to help others is create a relationship of trust and mutual respect. We refer to it as heart and mind. Your team members need to know you care about them (heart) and that you are competent and successful at what you are teaching them (mind). Without them trusting that you have their best interests at heart and without them respecting your competency, it is virtually impossible to help another.
> Q. How do I know when a person no longer wants my help?
A. When the other person is beginning to withdrawal energetically you know they no longer need your help. This is not always necessarily a bad thing. For example, if you have trained someone well they will get to the point where they no longer need your help, which is a good thing. However, sometimes when team members begin to fail and give up they begin to energetically withdraw. Signs of energetic withdrawal can be seen as less verbal communication, less time spent together and greater distance physically speaking.
> Q. In what way will business minds help me change one thing about my business or team?
A. The implications of developing one’s emotional intelligence is truly limitless. Business Minds CEQ program will help you to develop greater personal satisfaction in life, deeper, more meaningful professional and personal relationships and more economic freedom, just to name a few.
> Q. How do I hold others accountable?
A. The secret to holding a team member accountable is actually in asking them how they would like you to hold them accountable. Any other way is force and forcing someone never works.
> Q. How do I instill a commitment of service?
A. We all have needs and priorities. As our personal needs get met, we slowly start looking outside ourselves to helping others. When our own financial, physical and emotional needs are met, we then begin to help others meet theirs.
> Q. How do I identify my business gifts so that I can use them to help others.
A. Taking an inventory of our own business talents and gifts is a very useful exercise. One easy way to identify these gifts is by asking family member and close friends who know you the best what they perceive are you business talents and gifts. Asking customers or downline members these questions can be helpful as well. If one can identify personally what recharges them the most, what fills them up with the most, enlivens the most passion are other places one can look to discover one’s business gifts and talents.

Creating Joy and Fulfillment

> Q. What can I do to ensure I am adequately creating joy and fulfillment?
A. This requires one to look inward and to discover what are one’s personal values. Then as one lives in accordance and integrity with those values true joy and fulfillment will be the nature result.
> Q. What are ways my team can help create joy for one another?
A. Each team member will receive joy in different ways. A team must then form it’s own identity, it’s own value system. Then as the team acts and behaves in alignment with these core values happiness and joy will be the nature consequence.
> Q. How do I help team members see their growth?
A. Looking in the rear view mirror figuratively speaking is often a practice that many of us fail to do, but one that can give helpful perspective. In addition, having measurable goals, deadlines can provide a measuring stick where by we can judge our growth or lack thereof.
> Q. How do we increase satisfaction through non-sales activities?
A. Enjoying the journey and not just the destination is a part of the human condition. The more present we become in living in the very minute we are existing, along with practicing a continuous mental state of gratitude will always produce satisfaction on non-sales activities.
> Q. How do I engage people from all age groups?
A. Understanding the needs, wants, desires, fears, insecurities one’s audience and target market is the key to producing engagement. People become engaged when they are focusing on what the care about. This requires a very unselfish, others focused leadership style.

Measuring Success

> Q. In what ways can we identify hope and optimism?
A. That which we focus on grows. Like a magnifying glass which enlarges what it looks at, so do our thoughts, actions and results grow based upon what we focus on. In other words, as we focus on hope, things we are grateful for, having a positive attitude all these things will grow and enlarge in our lives.
> Q. How do I create a culture of measured potential and possibilities?
A. Getting the buy-in of each member you lead, along with a well established set of team expectations and values is where one must start. Then after this is well established through consistency and example, one now has the power to change the direction of the team to focus on other and new possibilities.
> Q. How do I measure gratitude?
A. Gratitude is an emotional. It is intangible and thus can be tricky to measure. However, the good news is our physical bodies are good reflections of our inner emotions and feelings. Thus as we become more grateful we will not only feel happier emotions, but our body will reflect these positive feelings in the form of smiles, relaxed shoulders and a feeling of physically being lighter.
> Q. How can I help my team practice greater gratitude?
A. There are literally countless ways, as a leader, you can help your team members practice great gratitude. From writing things one is grateful for down on paper on a daily basis, to expressing gratitude in the form of thank you cards, to mediating upon all the things one is grateful, just to name a few.