Two Days Left to Get In!

Two days left to get in!

For those of you wanting to get in on the 100 Day Biz Builder Challenge, and you thought it was too late…You have Two Days Left to Get In!

This is one of the greatest ways to drive traffic to your sites and meet some dynamic people who are in this challenge to help YOU SUCCEED.

Adam Chandler and Jordon Schultz are hosting their 100 Day Biz Builder Challenge #3 to help people get their businesses moving.

Let me warn you, this challenge is not only about the business…it’s about your relationships with people who have a success mindset, and who are willing to show you how to become the person YOU want to be.  Are you ready?



If you’ve been sitting on the fence…GET OFF THE FENCE…it’s time to move forward, and it’s time to have the life you want to have, but you only have Two Days left to get in!


Click this link now to join the challenge!


Now, many of you have been on one or more of the other challenges, like myself. You know the value and skills that are acquired from being around industry leaders.  Great people, great coaching and great friends, while moving your business to the next level, is what you will get from this.


It is easy? Not by any means…But it is fun!


Can you imagine all of the skills that you are going to acquire for free! Can you imagine masterminding with some of the upper echelon in the network marketing industry!
Where else can you get this type of education and training for Free?

The 100 Day Biz Builder Challenge!

So…What are you waiting for?

JUMP IN…Take the plunge! Don’t get your feet wet, get your body soaked!

You have two days left to get it!

Click this link now to join the 100 Day Biz Builder Challenge!


BG Jenkins

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Lessons from Our Pastor That Can Be Applied in Life (and Business)

by BG Jenkins

Lessons from our pastor that can be applied in life (and business).

It’s Sunday morning and my husband and I just watched church (online) where we learned lessons from our pastor that can be applied in life (and business).

Pastor Dave Saathoff of San Antonio City Church spoke this morning on the topic of encouragers or story changers. Encouragers are important to the lives of others and to our world. Encouragers can change our story, inspire hope, courage, and confidence.

This is the summary from Pastor Dave’s lesson:

God used encouragers to change stories and history in the Bible. He used Saul, who had persecuted Christians, and changed his story. Saul was struck blind on the road to Damascus and was asked by God why Saul persectued him. God sent Ananias to pray and uplift him and after 3 days, Saul regained his sight, and was used by God to change others’ stories and history. Saul became Paul and wrote most of the New Testament in the Bible, and was an advocate for encouraging, changing lives, and thus was a story changer.

So what is the point? No matter where you are in life, or in business, you do not have to be defined by your worst moment. Your story can change…and you can become a story changer, or encourager, for someone else.

These are the lessons from our pastor that can be applied in life (and business).


How do you become an encourager?

Pastor Dave says, “It’s as simple as A, B, C.

  • “A. Accept other’s stories…accept who they are, right where they are.”
    This inspires hope for a future (my words).

  • “B. Believe in their stories…I believe in you, and your story, right where you are.”
    This inspires courage to make a difference by believing in, and encouraging the lives of others (my words).

  • “C. Care about their story, and walk with them.”
    This inspires confidence to help people make changes in their lives to better themselves and their circumstances (my words).

In John chapter 13, Pastor Dave dicusses how Jesus, as a leader and encourager, served others by washing his disciples feet. This shows how leaders are encouragers who serve others.

This same example can also be used in business…as a leader, it is your job to serve your customer, your protegees and any one else you encounter.
This is how leaders (encouragers) can help change the stories of those around them.

Remember, you do not have to be defined by your worst moment…

Change the course of your life, and others’, by becoming an encourager and story changer!

These are the lessons from our pastor that can be applied in life (and business).

  • If you do not have a church home and would like to learn more about being an encourager, visit our church online Sunday mornings at Service times are 10 a.m. CST, 11:30 a.m. CST, and 1 p.m. CST.



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Building Your Business

by BG Jenkins

Building Your Business

You say you are building your business, but…

Are you thinking like a business?

Are you presenting your company plan or ideas?

Are you getting leads daily?

It’s the middle of the first quarter of the year and Diane Hochman, of My Lead System Pro, says to evaluate and tweak…

You’re building your business but…

Has you business broken through yet?

Are you making those sales that you planned for?

Are you finding those rock stars in your industry to partner with and bring along side you?

Are you doing the things you need to do to for building your business?

  • Set down and make your plan.
  • Figure out what tools you need to make your business work.
  • Educate yourself daily.
  • Throw yourself into it…

Again, Diane Hochman, of My Lead System Pro, states that you have to go all in to break out (my paraphrase).

To attract those who you long to partner with, you have to go all out…get all in and be the best at what you do.

Don’t worry about over saturation, if you’re great at what you do, folks will find you.

You know that cream always rises to the top, so do what needs to be done to make yourself cream-like!

Build on your skills and do what you do best. Develop new ways to implement you skills, as well as developing a strong minset.  You know what you know, you what you know, and when you know it, obstacles will be thwarted.  Listen to others and glean information. After analyzing it, implement that info that you decide to keep.

One skill builds upon another.  You start with the foundation and before you know it you have a massive skyscraper of skillsets.

What tools are you using for building your business?


BG Jenkins


Keeping the Lights On

Keeping the Lights On

We have a pretty powerful thunderstorm here in San Antonio this evening, and as I sit here I’m wondering what is it going to take for keeping the lights on?

Our lights have flickered, 3 computers, have been knocked off line (my son is over), as well as the T.V., and the storm continues on.

I love to listen to the rain, but when storms hit all we wonder is what is it going to take for keeping the lights on?

Let’s explore this:

What do you need for keeping the lights on in your home?

Sometimes an electrical storm can be beautiful, but it can also cause blackouts. Perhaps a gas powered generator would helpful to have. In business, your gas powered generator would be your back up plan. When things go awry, as sometimes they do, have a back up plan ready by using the boy scout moto: “Always be prepared.”

Another thing for keeping the lights on is that you have to pay the bill.

In business the analogy would be that you have to pay your dues. When you start a business a lot of the time it’s not going to be an overnight success. Just like your light bill, you have to pay your dues. You have to build a good reputation for yourself. Accepting that success may take some time will ward off discouragement. Give your business some time to grow.

If you want to keep the lights on you have to turn on the switch.

Passion would be your light switch in business. If you don’t have the passion for what you’re doing, then the lights may grow dim very quickly. Get inspired and one of the best ways to do that is to brainstorm with others. It doesn’t even have to be with someone in the same field as you, but it would probably be more helpful. Creativity can catch on fire when you get a room full of people together for a brainstorming session. Give it a try.

Very similar to the last one, for keeping the lights on you have to make sure the wires are connected.

Sometimes when walls are built you can’t always see that wire’s aren’t connected. In business, you have to make your connections, and make sure they are all working. Making connections is one of the biggest parts of your business. You can not successfully run a business without major connections no matter who you are. Get connected.

For keeping the lights on you need to have a surge protector.

Protecting those increase voltages coming into your home and knocking things out can be likened to an increase in your business with out sufficient means to handle it. Get a surge protector for your business also. If it’s a brick and mortar business, a temp agency may be able to help you handle the overflow. If it’s a home based business it may be extra supplies, software or whatever is related to handle your influx.

Storms will come and storms will go, but make sure you have what you need for keeping the lights on.



BG Jenkins

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