Corvette Nation TV Show

The hosts of Corvette Nation, including Michael Brown, far right. Photo via Corvette Nation TV on Facebook. With two of the people behind the Corvette Nation television show at odds in a lawsuit over a loan used to guarantee its air time, it appears the show may not return for a planned third season with its existing cast, if at all. In the lawsuit, which co-host Michael Brown filed in April against Howard Lipkint, the owner and developer of Corvette Nation, Brown asserts that a $75,000 loan that he made to Lipkint before the start of the show’s second season has yet to be repaid in full and that because Lipkint put Corvette Nation up as collateral for the loan, he should be relieved of ownership of the show. Lipkint, reached by telephone last week, admits that he failed to pay off the loan by the date the two agreed on, but said he never put the show up as collateral and will thus fight the lawsuit. “I admit there is money due, I’m not disputing that aspect, but there was no collateral required for this loan,” he said. “The series will go through for its third season.” Brown and Lipkint met after Brown’s documentary on one of Chip Miller’s Corvettes, “The Quest,” debuted in 2011. With several seven-minute segments on various Corvette collectors already filmed, Brown agreed to contribute to the first season of Corvette Nation, a show that co-host Bill Stephens created and that Lipkint developed for air on the cable network Velocity. Toward the end of that season, according to both Brown and Lipkint, the latter owed Velocity about $55,000 for air time under the time-buy agreement Lipkint made with the network. According to Lipkint, while Velocity does develop some of its own shows, the rest of its programming schedule is made up of programs that independent producers fund and create; the producers then pay Velocity for certain blocks of air time. “So we don’t get paid by the network,” Lipkint said. “The only way to stay on the air is by raising sponsor money. There are good and bad parts to the scenario. You have to raise all of your own money, but you also retain ownership of the show and can find other revenue streams.” He said that air time for the first season of Corvette Nation cost him between $200,000 and $250,000. Production costs rang up another $200,000. – See more at:

How to Stay Motivated

Sales training expert Grant Cardone talks about the value of motivation in 100 ways to Stay motivated. The release of my new program provides you with tips for staying inspired, motivated and on fire to achieve your targets and goals.

Grant Cardone is known internationally as a ales expert and business coach and is a New York Times Best Selling author, real estate investor with over 150,000,000 in real estate holdings, written 5 books since Lehman collapse, and serial entrepreneur. Cardone knows a little about motivation and says, “motivation is vital to every area of your life.” Successful people are all motivated – they know how to stay inspired.

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Boat Trader


Boat Trader offers the widest selection of classified ads with over 100,000 new and used boat listings to search. Boat Trader attracts an audience of more than 1.6 million boating enthusiasts each month who perform in excess of 7.1 million searches for new and used boats, yachts and PWCs.

Our number one goal is to provide the best service possible for our users. As a division of Dominion Enterprises, Boat Trader can boast the very best in technical support, hardware and software to ensure that we are always ready when you need us. We are also looking for ways to make Boat Trader a better site and encourage you to contact us with any complaints or suggestions.

Accept “A-Grade” players

In This Video:
00:33 Breaking up the Sales Process
01:16 Everything you need to know about the Triage Call
02:15 When Things don’t Work Out

G’day Rockstar!

Taki Moore here from Coach Marketing Machine. Today I’m going to tell you a little secret about what we do at the end of a Triage Call to make sure we only accept “A-Grade” players.

Stay tuned! If you’re not running a Triage Call, you should – stay tuned, we’ll show you how to do it.

Breaking up the Sales Process

Alright, so let me break this down – In our four-part Black Belt sales process, you know the stuff we do with our clients, really there’s four key phases in the sales process. I want to, kind of, dig deep into the last step of part three so you need to get some context.

1. So, number one we have, education based marketing – could be a webinar or a live event or a video series, etc., which builds the need.

2. Then we have step two, a funnel filter.

What’s the funnel filter do?

  • It filters people in or out. It helps you work out, who’s worth talking to and who’s not!
    Typically, at the end of the webinar we’ll do a little piece of, you know, “you must be this tall to ride the ride”, like you do at Disneyland or Lunar Park – let people know who qualifies and who doesn’t.
  • And then we have the short questionnaire that people fill in. Those two steps get people excited and then three, filter some people in or out.

3. The next step is that we have a ten minute Triage Call and finally, a strategy session.

A strategy session is where the money is made and if you do it right, if you do this process, you’ll be converting around 90 to 94% of the people like we do and like many of our clients do as well, cool?

Everything you need to know about the Triage Call

Let’s talk about the Triage Call.

What’s the Triage Call’s job?

Well, we might have talked about this on a previous video – it’s really simple. Its job is to work out really quickly, who you want to work with and who you don’t! And at the end of the Triage Call, the last step is we’re going to show people the door.

So, the truth is, there are two doors we can show:

1. At the end of the Triage Call we can show people the door and say “Hey, we’re not a fit but I recommend you this” or;
2. You can open the door through to your strategy session

Does that make sense?

So, at the end of the Triage Call, you’re going to ask them a bunch of questions, work out what their top three problems and their impacts are, and then you’re in a place to choose. If you feel like you’re a really great match and this is someone you’d like to work with then you say, “Great, so I said before my job today was really simple – to ask you a bunch of questions and work out if or how I can help. The good news is, I eat problems like that for breakfast! So, the next step for us is to book us another call to talk about how.”

Then you can explain, position your strategy session and tell them how it’s going to work and you’ll let them know that either you’re going to email a link or your VA’s, cool?

When Things don’t Work Out

What if they’re not a good fit?

What if you had that kind of little voice in your head saying, “Stay away from this person, they sound bad!” or for whatever reason, you don’t want to work with this person because you only work with A-Grade players.

Well then you show them the door! “Hey, thanks so much for taking the time today. I said right at the start, my job is to ask you a bunch of questions and work out if or how I can help. Based on what you’ve told me, I’m not sure I’m the best guy for you or the best gal for you. You really want someone who can x, y and z and specialises in a, b and c.”

“That’s not me, but I reckoned, if I were in your shoes, the first person I’d check out is, you know, insert name here, because they can help you with x, y and z. What I’m going to do is I’m going to shoot you an email and introduce you both.”

What have you just done?

You’ve opened the door to people who’re great for you and you’ve shown the door to the people who aren’t! That way, you can bring you’re A-game to people who are world class! Does that make sense?

So, that’s this week’s Coach Marketing Tip.

If you liked it, click the “Like” button, leave me a comment below.

What’s your number one secret for filtering people in or out in a sales process?

Leave me a comment below – let’s continue the conversation down there.

Take good care.

I’ll talk to you soon!

PaySAFE Founder Receives New Company Entrepreneur Award


PaySAFE founder and CEO, Matt Medlock, was awarded the New Company Entrepreneur Award on April 7th by the Center for Entrepreneurship in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Business Administration. The award ceremony took place during the college’s EntrepreneuringDays@UNL held April 7-9 at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln, Neb. This public event featured student competitions and celebrates entrepreneurship exhibited from across the state.

The UNL Distinguished Entrepreneur Awards Dinner, 6:15 p.m. April 8 at Embassy Suites, will honor three entrepreneurs, including Medlock, for their innovation, success and entrepreneurial spirit.

“It’s an honor to be recognized for the work we’re doing at PaySAFE,” said Medlock. “There are dozens of worthy start-ups in Nebraska who are all working hard to accomplish great things, so to have our efforts at PaySAFE highlighted is truly awesome.”

The major awards include presented at this year’s event include:

Nebraska Distinguished Entrepreneur Award — This award is presented to the founder of a successful company that demonstrates continued innovation. This year’s award is given in memory of W. Patrick Clarke, the co-founder and former co-chairman of NorthStar Financial Services. NorthStar is the umbrella organization that owns Orion Advisor Services LLC, CLS Investments LLC and Gemini Fund Services LLC. The three companies Clarke managed had a combined $120 billion in assets. His son Brett Clarke, vice president of branding and hypermedia, will accept the award in his father’s honor.

New Company Entrepreneur Award — Presented to those who have had success in the early years of their business, these role models present learning opportunities that help young entrepreneurs. This year’s recipient is Matt Medlock, CEO and founder of PaySAFE, an online closing table providing buyers and sellers a one-stop location to create, negotiate and close trades with financial protection. A former vice president at First National Bank with more than 20 years of banking experience, Medlock built PaySAFE from no customers or transactions at the start of 2012 to having registered users in 32 states and 31 countries.

Start-up Executive Award — This award was established for a start-up person who made a positive difference to at least one growth company. Bill Hipsher, co-founder of B2 Interactive, a full-service digital marketing agency in Omaha, will receive this award. He has more than 15 years of experience in web design and digital marketing after a brief stint in real estate. Hipsher founded B2 Interactive with Brandon Taylor in 2012. He leads the digital marketing group.

Grant Cardone Sells How to Make Millions on the Phone


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Grant Cardone Live! Make Millions on the Phone

The phone is the single most effective way to communicate directly with a customer, besides being face to face. It is also the best way to increase the number of people you can get in front of to sell your dreams and ideas.

* How to Handle Price on the Phone
* How to use the phone to Fill Up Your Pipeline
* How to Get Past The GateKeeper
* How to Create Urgency
* How to Close on the Phone
* How to Separate Yourself from the Competition
* How to Qualify the Buyer on the Phone
* What to Never Say on the Phone
* How to Increase your Show Rate 500%
* How to Increase your Close Rate Over 200
* How to Use the Phone to Make Millions of Dollars
* How to Follow Up the Unclosed Buyer

What are you doing to maximize every phone call opportunity? Whether it’s incoming, cold calls, follow up or prospecting, you need to know how to handle them in the most efficient way possible.

Top 10 RV Selling Tips

10. Clear away personal items from your rig to show off how much space it has. Buyers will be much better able to visualize how they will use the space, which will increase their interest.

9. Include photos with your listing to show buyers how great your rig is and pique their interest in seeing it in person.

8. Set a realistic sale price for the quality of your rig within local market ranges. If your list price is too high, some buyers may walk away rather than haggle with you.

7. Take out ads in several places: local newspaper, online classifieds, community bulletin boards, etc. The greater the exposure the more potential buyers you’ll have.

6. Clean your rig until it sparkles-inside and out. A detailed once-over can get you top dollar when you rig looks new again. Consider hiring a professional cleaning service if the task seems overwhelming.

5. Use an escrow firm to exchange goods between you and the buyer to avoid scams.

4. Pick a spot to display your RV for interested buyers to take a peek. Main roads and large parking lots are great for pass-by traffic. Interested parties can then call you to check out the interior.

3. Take your RV to a qualified RV mechanic to check for any needed repairs. Fixing minor problems can get you a higher sale price.

2. Make sure your contact information is correct and that you are readily available to take inquiries. Buyers may need to reach you “after hours”. Don’t forget to include your email address, and check for new messages daily.

1. Advertise special features or any extra equipment as a package deal. It could be that extra perk that gets buyers drooling-and willing to pay a little more for your RV

Free & Non Exclusive Listings


I have a network of buyers that is both Nationwide and International, and we have new buyers on a daily basis.

If it meets all the requirements of a buyer I’m currently speaking with, do you mind if I get back to you?

Do we have some room on price?
If the buyer I’m thinking of is not interested, I have a few others in mind. Also, I’ll upload in my system, in case someone else in my network has a buyer.
I’ll get back with you if he’s interested, otherwise, I’ll call when I have another buyer.
If you sell it in the meantime, I’d appreciate it if you let me know. It sure is a great boat, I have no doubt we can find you a buyer who will agree with us!
If I need more pics or info, I will give you a call.

How to Make Millions on the Phone Live Webinar with Grant Cardone

The phone is the single most effective way to communicate directly with a customer. Did you know that 92% of businesses miss out on the millions of dollars they can be making on the phone? And that another 87% of sales people miss their quotas?

It takes 8 call attempts to land a prospect and another 5-7 to close a transaction.

With 85% of customers reporting being disastisfied with their phone experience sales people need to have a plan to meet their quotas.

80% of all transactions take place on the phone whether its incoming, cold calls, follow up or prospecting you need to know how to handle them in the most efficient way possible.

Join Grant Cardone, international sales and business expert and New York Times Best Selling Author for a LIVE webinar April 28th at 5 PM EST Grant Cardone will deliver over 2+ hours of content.on everything you need to know about phones and how to make a million dollars using the information he will provide you.

When you purchase the presale ticket for $49 you will receive the ‘how to make millions on the phone’ webinar for LIFE! An $800 value for only $49.00

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