Charlie Cook's MArketing for Success Insider's Club


The One Thing Every Entrepreneur Should Know

By Charlie Cook   |   February 25, 2011

If you’re a successful entrepreneur, congratulations.

I know how hard it can be to get a small business up and running.

But, if you’ve always dreamt of starting your own business, this… Read More »

The Secret To Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur

By Charlie Cook   |   February 23, 2011

Ever notice that when you turn on the news, listen to the radio or look at the television, all you see is doom and gloom?

What ever happened to ‘the dream’?

You know the one where you had the perfect… Read More »

Is Your Small Business Being Held Hostage?

By Charlie Cook   |   September 30, 2010

Today I’ve got another exciting message for you from my friend Brian Tracy.

Get a proven way to avoid serious small business mistakes you could be making right now >>

Plus, Brian and his co-author Mark Thompson give you quick and decisive answers on how to avoid crippling small business blunders you may not even be aware of. Read More »

What My Dad Taught Me About Success…

By Charlie Cook   |   June 21, 2010

When I was 15 I knew I didn’t want to be a doctor like my Dad. I always thought he worked too hard – much less science wasn’t my main interest.

My Dad would go to work during the day and then he’d go back to the hospital in the evening and often on the weekends. Why did he spend so many hours at work, after all he worked at a teaching
hospital and was on salary? Read More »

Share What You Know… And Get Paid For It!

By Charlie Cook   |   June 17, 2010

Want a simple way to make money, one you can use to sell the most popular item on the planet?

Whatever your profession, background or experience, you possess valuable knowledge and just by sharing what you know or even what you just learned, you can get paid for it—as a consultant.

That’s how I created each of my businesses. Read More »

Moving Beyond Me, Myself & I

By Charlie Cook   |   June 14, 2010

After not watching hockey on TV since I was fourteen when I played for the Yale Pee Wee hockey team, this past week I’ve been glued to the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Why am I paying attention to a winter sport in the summer?

It could be looking at all that ice while it’s hitting 80 or higher outside has a cooling effect I enjoy but the biggest fun factor is the dazzling display of teamwork. Read More »

4 Stages Of Business Success

By Charlie Cook   |   June 7, 2010

What kind of help does your business need to attract more clients and be more profitable?

What kind of help do you need to get to that 7-figure income you’re aiming for?

The answer depends on what stage you’re at as an entrepreneur and a business owner. Read More »

Which Are You – A Starter or a Finisher?

By Charlie Cook   |   May 17, 2010

I’m going to tell you a secret, so do me a favor and don’t tell anyone.

I’m not perfect, yet. I have a fatal flaw that could have sabotaged the success of my business. Of the hundreds of clients I’ve coached over the years, many have been held back by the same flaw.

It’s also the thing that derailed my gardening career. My wife and I bought our first house in Old Greenwich 25 years ago and had a back yard for the first time. I thought it’d be fun to take a 15 square foot section and see how many vegetables I could grow during a season. Read More »

10 Steps to Take Before Your Product Launch

By Rick Braddy   |   April 4, 2010

The effectiveness of a product launch is determined by the steps taken before launch day arrives.  The more time invested in planning and preparation, the smoother the launch will go and the more impressive the results will be.

Here are 10 important product launch checklist items to consider in preparation for your launch. Read More »

7 Website Resolutions For Entrepreneurs In 2010

By Mike Benson   |   December 15, 2009

With unemployment at its highest levels in years as 2009 wraps up, many people are taking matters into their own hands. And many are finding success online.

The Web is a crucial place to do business, especially at this time of year. Anyone paying attention knows this, but you may not know the significance of the statistics. It’s too soon for 2009 numbers, but in 2008, Nielsen announced that the number of online shoppers had increased 40 percent in the last two years to 875 million people worldwide.

To turn more of those shoppers into loyal customers in the New Year, marketers and Web developers need an ambitious online plan. Read More »