Every Successful Business does it, why can’t you?

“Positively Living, Positively Women”

In fact everyone does it but not all successfully. Let me explain….
In speaking with a friend whose business was failing quickly, I asked how are sales? She replied, “I don’t sell. I try, but it’s just not me”.

Everyone sells–the business owner, the job seeker, the parent, a participant in a relationship (or seeking one) and every employee in the world.

That’s right, everyone sells; it’s just that not all are successful. On today’s episode of Positively Living we want to help you be successful. Biz owner’s need for sales is obvious, job seekers are selling their skills and talent to a prospective employer, parents try to sell good behavior to their child, those in a new relationship tend to sell themselves, and employees are constantly representing (selling) the positive attributes of their company.

Our guest Dari Mullins is a highly successful salesperson who has agreed to enlighten us on which traits and actions can turn a so-so business into a successful entity while making their clients their best promoters!

Take your sales to the highest level by joining us today at 2 pm for the next episode of “Positively Living” on 1350 am, or online at http://www.1350wzgm.com

5 ways to get energized

http://t.living.msn.com/life-inspired/6-easy-ways-to-feel-more-energized-1

1. Eat a power breakfast. 

”In the morning, protein and fat are essential for energy, and a large, healthy breakfast of the right foods is exactly what your body needs,” explains Dr. Lipman. Instead of heavy grains, bread or pastries, try a morning smoothie with whey or pea protein. “It’s the perfect breakfast because it’s quick to prepare, easily digested and can be packed with the healthy fats, proteins, nutrients and phytonutrients you need to fuel your day,” he says. At home, create his DIY protein-based smoothies—Green Mojito and Blueberry Avocado are whey based, while Coconut Bliss and Chocolate Love have pea protein instead. Click here for the complete recipes.

2. Drink water. “Feeling tired is often a sign of dehydration,” explains Dr. Lipman. “Sometimes when we think we need a sugar rush or caffeine fix, our body is really asking for its most simple form of liquid nourishment—water.” Be sure to have a bottle filled with H20 with you at all times to hydrate throughout the day. “If you really want to take it to the next level, squeeze in some lemon,” says Dr. Lipman. “This will help your digestion, and a strong digestive system is key to keeping energy levels high.”

3. Eat (or drink!) your greens. “Dark leafy greens are one of the most energizing foods available—they’re full of vitmains, minerals and antioxidants,” says Dr. Lipman. For even quicker absorption and to get the benefits of a variety of nutrients, try a green smoothie that contains options such as kale, spinach, romaine, and celery (plus some lemon or ginger for flavor and even more energizing properties).

4. Turn up the music. Sound is one of the most unused ways to alter your mood. “To raise your energy level quickly, put on a song you love and if you can take a dance break, even better,” explains Dr. Lipman.”That’s because our brain’s pleasure centers are activated when we hear music.”

5.. Relax to totally recharge. Although you have heard the meditation and yoga connection to feel more relaxed a million times, it’s surprisingly also a method that can increase energy, too. “Restorative yoga is my favorite night-time cure for a high-stress day,” says Dr. Lipman. “As you’ll be supported in these poses, for instance, by a chair or a wall, you’ll enjoy the healing and calming effects of yoga without having to exert any energy so you actually retain energy in the process, too.” His go-to movements: B.K.S Iyengar’s Reclining Belt Pose. “It’s the best ‘chill pill’ that I have experienced—ten-to-fifteen minutes in this pose works wonders, and gently preparing the body for sleep,” he says. Another simple power-down pose to try: Legs up the Wall. “It feels so good after a day on your feet to just lie on your back with your legs perpendicular against the wall, close your eyes and breathe for five-to-ten minutes,” he says. Then once you recharge, you’ll be ready to take on the world yet again. Click here to see a step-by-step for these poses plus other energizing yoga moves.

Is it snowing in your neck of the woods? Is it sticking?

Now we all know how hard it is to read minds especially Mother Nature’s.

It is snowing in downtown Asheville! What is it doing in your area? Please update us on your area and the weather/ road conditions.

As always you can call in at (828) 505-2980 During our show today 2-3pm EST

Today’s topic is Why do we cheat! How to tell if your spouse/partner is lying to you!