The Ambit Times


Motivational (6)

Wednesday, 15 February 2012 20:45

The Reversing Factor

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It was an important decision so I was deliberate in making my selection. In the end I was disappointed and vowed to never purchase anything ever again from that manufacturer. It was a position I maintained for years and openly shared with friends. Several years later I found myself in the same situation, looking to replace my previous purchase.

I logged into my Consumer Reports account. And there it was. The Reversing Factor.

Saturday, 29 October 2011 00:27

Ambit Training Center North Texas Launches New Website

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Our Las Colinas Ambit Training Center has truly taken off! In addition to providing local consultants with FREE office space and technology to support their everyday business, and serving as the official venue of Ambit Power Trip, the Las Colinas Ambit Training Center is also home to the Saturday Power Training, Tuesday and Thursday Business Presentations and weekly Business Presentation luncheons.

By now you should know that the only way to enroll new consultants and grow your business is by using the 4-Step Proven Ambit System. It begins with the Written List of who you know. Your Facebook friends are a rich source of leads.

Thursday, 29 September 2011 01:06


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You can be part of making Ambit Energy history in the remaining days of Ambit TRIPLE/DOUBLE Bonuses which will end midnight Friday, September 30th. This promotion will not be extended!

From time to time, we all get too big for our britches. We are moving so fast we forget the fundamentals of our game. Some of my readers might be new to Ambit Energy, and if that’s you, welcome to the ride of your life. These basic truisms are a blueprint for success - I hope that you are able to take them to heart. For the consultants that have been around a little longer, ask yourself if you are still living these basic principles.

Friday, 16 September 2011 03:35

Do You Want to Be a Top Earner in Ambit Energy?

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There’s a very old joke that a tourist in New York City stops to ask a local businessman “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?” The local responds, “Practice, practice, practice.”

When you learned to ride a bike as a child you probably started by falling off and skinning your knee. You got back up and fell off again and skinned your elbow. But you kept getting back up until you made it from point A to point B and didn’t fall off the bike.