Greg Muzzillo

Greg Muzzillo

Greg Muzzillo is the founder of Top 50 Distributor Proforma. In Million Dollar Mindset, Greg will discuss what distributors can do to increase their sales and become more successful in business.

Plan. Execute. Evaluate.

In business we must continually plan, execute and evaluate. 1. Plan: Most business folks have some sort of plan. Some have long-range plans. Some have annual plans. Most have at least a “to do” list to help plan their day. 2. Execute: Most business folks also execute. The key to good execution is good planning.…

Time for Your Declaration of Independence

The 4th of July is when we Americans celebrate our independence, our freedom. As you prepare your celebrations, let me encourage you to reflect on these two questions: Are you truly independent? Are you truly free? Most distributors with whom I speak don’t seem very independent. They seem to be bound by all of the…

Delegate to Elevate

If you are seeking to elevate your success and happiness in your life and in your business, I recommend you evaluate the chart below and find more time to do those things you enjoy. We all have things we enjoy doing. Some we do well, and others may require more learning and practice. As seen…

Fran Ford: A Lesson in Leaving a Wealthy Legacy

Most of my articles for “Million Dollar Mindset” are about creating financial wealth. But having just attended the funeral and celebration of life for a good friend of mine, and a good friend to the entire industry, I feel compelled to share my thoughts on the wealth that really matters. It seems to me that…

Are You Having Fun?

Most distributor owners started their own business because they had a dream of making more money and having more fun than working for someone else. However, for many distributor owners, those dreams have turned into nightmares. All the responsibilities of business ownership can be very exhausting, distracting and no fun. Business owners not only have…

It’s Just Lunch

How do you spend your lunchtime? Many distributors and sales reps think lunch is a great time to eat a sandwich at their desk and catch up on their work. In my view, this is an incredibly bad use of the potentially most valuable part of your day. We are all in the relationship business.…

The Insanity of Vanity

We’ve all heard the definition of insanity: Repeating the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. May I ask if this describes your typical day? Repeating the same thing over and over again and getting the same results? I have had the opportunity to speak with thousands of distributors and reps in…

You Can’t Lose Something…

Do you sometimes hesitate to ask for what you want? The truth is we all do. We hesitate to ask for the appointment. We hesitate to ask for the order. We hesitate to ask for referrals. We hesitate out of a fear of “loss.” A fear of hearing “no.” Here’s a bit of wisdom a…

Impossible to Expected: A Lesson From Roger Bannister

Roger Bannister passed away a few weeks ago. His life holds a powerful lesson for all of us. In the early 1950’s it was considered physically and mentally impossible for any human to run a four-minute mile. But in 1954, Roger Bannister became the first person to break the four-minute mile barrier. Within months, another…

Your Failure Can Be the Key to Your Fortune

Failure is a part of success. Sometimes failure can be the key to your fortune. You may have heard the story of how an engineer at 3M was trying to invent a super strong adhesive, but came up with a super weak one instead. That weak adhesive he invented became the secret to 3M Post-it…

The Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology: The Definition of 'I Will Call You'

In the Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology, definitions of many key words and phrases aren’t what they appear to be. In my previous article, I shared how the definition of “no” really is “not yet.” Similarly, when a prospect tells you, “I will call you,” what they are really saying is, “I will never call…

The Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology: The Definition of 'No'

According to most dictionaries, the word “no” means “a denial or a refusal.” But, according to the Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology, “no” really means “not yet.” To be successful in sales, it is critical to have a mindset that “no” doesn’t mean a denial or refusal of your question or request. No matter what…

Dream Big This Year: 3 Steps to Making More Than $500,000 This Year

Happy New Year. From the day this article is published, you have 363 days left in your new year. You have a clean slate. A fresh opportunity. What will you accomplish with these 363 days? Dream big. Businesses in North America spend almost $300 billion per year on printing and promotional products. You are within…

Happy New Month: Inch by Inch, Life’s a Cinch

As the New Year approaches, most people will make New Year's resolutions. Some will take time to plan their resolutions. Others may make their resolutions on New Year’s Eve as midnight approaches. I’ve tried both approaches. Neither works. It’s hard, perhaps impossible, to change overnight. Most people have great goals in mind when they make…