Internet Business On-Line – Will Prestige Create Profits On-Line

Ok, so you want the prestige of being an entrepreneur, owning your own business online?

You have always admired those business owners that have created their own stability, and tax benefits by owning their own business online.

You know they will be the last one to go if the business does not succeed, unlike in the corporate world where the employees are the first to be let go, thus you create your own stability.

You know that there are substantial tax benefits and write-offs if you own your own business, unlike the high tax burden you incur as an employee.

So, how can prestige create profits online?

Prestige – Lets face it, people with their own successful business online have that certain “edge”.

Many people spend thousands of dollars, euros, pounds, yen or etc seeking out business secrets from these prestigious online business owners every week yet overlook the obvious – success breeds success.

It is also obvious that these successful business owners had to start somewhere, and that all business owners did not achieve prestige status instantaneously without hard work, study and a mentor figure along the way.

Your passion for achieving prestige, stability, and tax benefits will be the [WHY] that keeps you going, but you do need to …

Get Started First:

  • Finding and engaging a true mentor
  • Learning the core principles of creating profits online
  • Applying your knowledge & tools

True entrepreneurs do not fall for any get rich quick schemes, and remain vigilant against them, they know there are no shortcuts in business online to achieve prestige.

The entrepreneur stays focused on their mentor model, and the goal of creating profits online. They learn, if it does not contribute to creating profits online, that it does not deserve their time and resources, and quickly discard the idea.

Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new guide to creating profits online: “How to Breath Life into Your On-Line Business”

Prestige Car Leasing – The Affordable Route Towards the Drive of Your Life

Imagine being in the position to have your pick of a luxury fleet of cars. That’s a fantasy that most males have had at least once in their lives – other fantasies may be unprintable! Be it an Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Mercedes, Porsche, Lamborghini or Maserati, your driving fantasy can become a reality. It really can! Read on…

This isn’t spam, trust me, this isn’t a scam, trust me… You needed be a stock broker or merchant banker with cash coming out of your ears in order to make your ultimate driving dreams come true. Gone are the days where you roll up to buy a brand spanking new motor with a wad of notes in your back pocket – or in a briefcase depending on whether you’re buying a car or a prestige car!

Forget buying, leasing is the way forward – especially given the current economic downturn where new cars depreciate as soon as their driven out of the showroom and continue to do so at a rapid rate. You just have to step back and take a look at the state of the car industry to see that less and less people are buying brand new vehicles. That doesn’t mean to say that people are simply not upgrading their cars, more so that prestige car leasing is on the increase due to its many advantages.

Prestige car leasing has become increasingly more popular, which is no real surprise given that you can get behind the wheel of a brand new Mercedes-Benz C Class for just 259.99 pounds per month, or an Audi A4 cabriolet for 279.99 pounds per month. Or for something that little bit sportier how about a brand new Audi TT for 359.99 pounds per month? Or for something with a bit more prestige how about a Mercedes-Benz CLK for 379.99 pounds per month?

That may seem expensive but when you take into account the fact that brand new cars depreciate by 20 per cent over the course of their first year of ownership. So, for example an Audi A4 cabriolet costs around 30,000 pounds on the road, which means it is likely to depreciate by around 6,000 pounds after the first year of ownership.

To lease a prestige car such as an Audi A4 cabriolet costs as low as 279.99 per month meaning it will cost you 4,200 pounds to lease for the first year including the initial down payment on the car. That’s a considerable difference, plus you haven’t got the worry of servicing and repair as that is covered by the leasing company – and you haven’t got the hassle of selling or part exchanging the car (which the value of your car always takes a hit on) when you come to upgrade it.

Now you’re interested aren’t you! Especially as you don’t have to stump up a huge down payment or get fleeced paying interest on hire purchase or loans. Prestige car leasing is the easy way to get behind the wheel of the car of your dreams, for more reasons than one – drivers are voting with their feet, as the prestige car leasing business is heading on an up curve when the car industry is falling down around its ears!

That fantasy now looks like it’s well within reaching distance, unlike the one starring Jessica Alba!

Negotiating With People of Prestige and Power

When you negotiate with people of prestige or power, do you become meek?

Sometimes, when we negotiate with people that we perceive as having more authority, power, or prestige, than ourselves, we become fearful or intimidated. Then, we tend not to negotiate with them as firmly as we might with other individuals. This can occur for several reasons …

  1. You don’t want to alienate the person of power for fear of losing something more important in the future.
  2. You fear the possible retribution that might come from being perceived as a ‘difficult person.’
  3. You want to be perceived as a person that everyone can get along with.

You could have all kinds of reasons and thoughts that create barriers in your mind, as to why you don’t want to negotiate from a stronger position. Regardless of the thoughts, seek to understand the impediments that prevent you from negotiating and address them.

When you negotiate with your boss, a power broker, or anyone that has more perceived authority than yourself, you can utilize some of the following strategies.

  1. Since the person has more prestige, power, or authority, appeal to their sense of fairness. You can cast yourself in the position of someone lower in stature that seeks their support. Depending upon the personality type of the individual you are negotiating with, that person’s ego may be stroked. Let her know how much you look up to her and the ‘good’ she’s contributing to your environment. Be prepared with a very good rebuttal if she tries to turn this strategy against you by suggestion the things she’s already done for you should be your reward.
  2. Seek grounds of mutual agreement as to the value you possess and be prepared to substantiate why your position warrants merits.
  3. Exploit, in a positive manner, any leverage you can utilize. If you’ve recently been cited for something of notoriety, especially if it relates to your goal of the negotiation, mention it as additional justification as to why you should receive what you seek.
  4. Suggest to the other person that they prepare to see you in a different manner, from which they may be accustomed to viewing you. Then, let them know you’re putting on your ‘business hat,’ or whatever metaphor is appropriate. If possible tie a positive trait that they possess to your actions and suggest you are attempting to imitate the good ‘business practices’ you’ve gleaned from them. Once you get their ‘buy in,’ you’re more than half way home to getting what you want from the negotiation.

Eventually, when negotiating, if you continuously put the feelings and desires of others ahead of your own, you will become very frustrated. In addition, your self respect will eventually start to suffer. You will look in the mirror and not like the person looking back at you.

When all is said and done, if you can’t summon the courage needed to negotiate with those that have more perceived power, and if the prize is large enough, consider having someone else negotiate for you. Just be aware of the inherent risk in doing so … and everything will be right with the world.

The negotiation lessons are …

  • When you negotiate with someone in a higher position than yourself, be mindful of what they might seek from you. If possible, give it to them and appeal to their sense of fairness to get what you seek.
  • If you find it difficult to negotiate with those that have greater authority, put your mind into a psychological state that cast you into a figure that can’t be beaten. Really psyche yourself up. Gather background information that will help you substantiate why you deserve your goal of the negotiation and start negotiating.
  • If you can’t summon within yourself the courage, strength, or whatever is needed to combat that which prevents you from negotiating with ‘stronger’ figures, and you have no other source to turn to for assistance, be prepared to live with the consequences of not negotiating.