Rodrigo Terpins looks back at the 22nd edition of the Sertoes rally.

In the 22nd edition of the Sertoes rally, the competition was expected to be stiff, and this is something that the Bull Sertoes Rally team expected. The team led by Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins would be covering an average of 3,000 kilometers that would see all the teams participating go through two states. The teams and their entourage were to depart from the town of Goiânia (GO) and the more than 2,000 set course headed for Belo Horizonte (MG). This distance was meant to test the mental agility as well as the skill of respective drivers and riders and their navigators. The twenty-second edition had also taken a special consideration on fans participation in the rally, and to this end, the stages were set such that they would begin on the weekend and close on one. This meant that then fans were able to show up at the beginning of the competition and be there to mark the close of the competition at the final destination. The schedule was quite exciting for competitors too as they would be able to give the biggest supporters an opportunity to see them live in action and as so develop their brands even further. The 22nd edition had a total of around 204 competitors that included four women.

 

The competitors would then be divided into their respective categories that included seventeen hips, four trucks, forty bikes, forty-five cars, and twenty-two UTVs. The total number of vehicles would add up to a hundred and twenty-eight. For Michel Terpins and Rodrigo Terpins this was an opportunity to put there T-Rex which was competing in the car category in racing mode. They were here to indulge their fan in a once in a lifetime display of skill and at the end of the day hopefully emerge winners. The T-Rex a special utility vehicle had just been refitted by the developers MEM motorsport. The team was pretty confident that they had been able to arrest any possible mechanical problems that they could anticipate and through the various training sessions they were sure that nothing would catch them by surprise in this edition. You can visit their website rodrigoterpins.com

How Wanting To Email A Video Led To A Successful Business For Bob Reina

Bob Reina started out his professional career as a policeman. However, over time he felt this limited him in the income he could earn and how he spent his time. One day while working a second job directing traffic a passerby talked to him about opportunities in direct marketing. His research into this led to him picking up a part-time job where he would sell other people’s products to people he knew and others in the community.

It was through building a team and combining efforts that Bob Reina could see how the direct marketing industry could work for him. The problem for him was that he would start selling some direct sales companies products, build up a solid team, and then the company would go under leaving him high and dry.

One day Bob Reina traveled to view a house in a neighboring state he had an interest in. He took videos of the home and wanted to send them over email but as he found out that couldn’t be done. He made the decision that it actually could be done and would be a great business opportunity if he were successful. What he envisioned was others sending videos that played right in the email box instead of just sending a link to be clicked on. He thought companies could build this into their marketing plans and be really successful with the concept.

The result was Video Email which was the first product he launched through his new company in 2007, Talk Fusion. Today this product has gone through a number of iterations to make it better than ever. It is also joined by four other products that together make a full video solution for business owners around the world.

One of the big things that Bob Reina loves about the direct selling industry is how everyone’s success is tied together. He says that everyone depends upon one another and the individual’s achievements benefit the entire group. As head of the company he says that the only way he makes a dime is when other people find success and achieve their dreams of working independently. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/bob-reina/

When he first started out in the industry part-time, Reina says that it occurred pretty often that his commission check couldn’t even cover his phone bill. It was by working hard and not accepting less than personal excellence that he achieved a great deal. Over time he built a sales system that not only worked for him but could be taught to others. When things can be duplicated by multiple people is when you know you have developed a system of sales that is effective.