Moroccan-Style Crock Pot Chicken!

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments


  • 4c Chicken Stock
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 TBSP honey
  • 2 tsp ground cumin
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • 1 lg can diced tomatoes, undrained
  • 1 lg green or red pepper, cut into small strips
  • 1 lg onion, chopped
  • 1/2 cup raisins
  • 8 skinless, boneless chicken thighs
  • Hot cooked orzo pasta (or any pasta YOU like)


Stir the stock, garlic, honey, cumin, cinnamon, tomatoes, green pepper, onion and raisins in a slow cooker.

Add the chicken and turn to coat.

Cover and cook on LOW for 7 to 8 hours or until the chicken is cooked.

Mix in cooked Pasta and serve!



What’s in a Name? EVERYTHING!

Posted on: October 23rd, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Here's an Idea

Whether is it “Naming” your Company or “Naming” a new Product, keep your Brand Identity intact and consider these points…

  • Easy to market
  • Simple to spell and pronounce
  • Effortless to remember
  • Is not comprised of Spam Words
  • Conveys your competitive edge
  • Stirs client interest
  • Represents what you represent
  • Doesn’t confuse you with a similar business
  • Sells itself with no explanation
  • Has a positive ring to it
  • Doesn’t limit you to your geographical location
  • Attracts the types of clients that you want
  • Doesn’t limit the expansion of the business
  • Not too “trendy” (trends fade and so will you)



Important Announcement…

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Dawn Fletcher

After 10 years of Coaching in Ontario and sharing our systems for Production and Planning with thousands of entrepreneurs…

Neworld Coaching will be presenting 1 FINAL Webinar Series…

Productivity +
Neworld Coaching’s complete system of
Time Management, Goal Setting  and Taking Action

Productivity Plus will be a 3 part webinar series available for download on December 1st! We will NOT be presenting this series “Live”

ALL of Neworld’s tools and systems will be included in this package!

More will be revealed in the November Newsletter and Pre-Sale of this series will begin on November 15th until the official launch on December 1st!

Our pre-launch price for this 3 part series will be $60.00 CDN 


P.S. This three part recorded series will be presented by myself AND special guest Deborah Plouffe from!


Time Management

Posted on: October 9th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Michael FletcherQuite awhile ago, Dawn and I filmed a 1 hour webinar on Neworld Web about this topic… To view that show please click here

We have found 3 types of Business Owner…

  • Those who go to their companies off location each day and work
  • Those who work all day in their companies from home
  • Those who  build their companies around their time commitments to others (job or family)

Neworldism #4

“We all have the same 24 hours of time each day… our differences lie in what we CHOOSE to do in those 24 hours!”

What does “manage”ment mean?


  1. To bring about or succeed in accomplishing, sometimes despite difficulty or hardship
  2. To take charge or care of

3 Categories of Time Management

  1. Goal Setting
  2. Scheduling
  3. Taking Action

Goal Setting

  • Write it down!
  • Set Goals in all 5 areas of life!

Personal Relationships
Self Mastery

  • Be realistic (don’t take on too much)
  • Be specific
  • Set targets
  • Completions, Deletions and Tolerance


  • Use an online or paper calendar
  • Prioritize
  • Fill in your commitments (work, family etc)
  • Choose 24hrs for FREEDOM Time
  • Schedule ‘Production Time”
  • Cluster appointments
  • Leave time to spare… be flexible

Taking Action

  • Action Steps & Smaller Steps
  • Gain momentum in Production Time
  • Focus and avoid distractions
  • Procrastination
  • Take regular breaks
  • Multi-tasking???
  • Learn to manage distractions
  • Don’t be idle (in line, waiting for appts etc)

Extra Tips:

  • Get organized
  • Carry a notebook or recorder to capture your ideas
  • Learn to say NO
  • THINK before committing
  • Evaluate your successes
  • Be consciously grateful
  • Understand your bad habits
  • Re-evaluate your time spent
  • Don’t do other people’s work (hero mentality)
  • Don’t let “perfection” hold you back and eat your time!
  • Delegate & outsource
  • Get the sleep YOU need
  • Reward yourself


P.S. Make a Plan… and stick to it!



Posted on: September 27th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

I absolutely love this quick and simple way to cook corn on the cob for dinner for two.  No big pot of water… no need to turn on the oven or the “Q”…

Just check out this cool video on You Tube!  You will be AMAZED!




Posted on: September 23rd, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Here's an IdeaMake sure you are writing them effectively!

The purpose of a Headline is to stop your reader in their tracks…

  • Make them think
  • Entice them to read on
  • Relate to them (problem or desire)
  • Learn 7 Styles of headline writing!

See the 1 hour video about Headlines in the Neworld Web Video Library!



Have you Considered your Virtual Estate?

Posted on: September 18th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Dawn Fletcher
They say that necessity is the mother of invention…

and with Social Networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, it has become a necessity to consider your own “Virtual Estate” as something that will need to be handled in the case of your death.

With literally billions of personal and business profiles on the internet, the time has come to include clear instructions regarding your online information, how it is treated and whom (if anyone) it should become accessible to.

Recently I was asked what I would do with Michael’s profile if he were to die. Simple really… I would just find a way to memorialize him in some way and basically close down his personal online presence completely.  Then I thought… What if we both met with an untimely death at the same time?  What then? Who would take care of all the information and all of the friends and followers etc?

Naturally, the big 3 Social Sites have policies when it comes to death etc and this month l share the information I have found on Facebook.

According to the Help Center:

Memorializing the account:
It is our policy to memorialize all deceased users’ accounts on the site. When an account is memorialized, only confirmed friends can see the profile (timeline) or locate it in Search. The profile (timeline) will also no longer appear in the Suggestions section of the Home page. Friends and family can leave posts in remembrance.
In order to protect the privacy of the deceased user, we cannot provide login information for the account to anyone. However, once an account has been memorialized, it is completely secure and cannot be accessed or altered by anyone.

Removing the account:
We will process certain special requests for verified immediate family members, including requests to remove a loved one’s account. This will completely remove the profile (timeline) and all associated content from Facebook, so no one can view it.
For all special requests, we require verification that you are an immediate family member or executor. Requests will not be processed if we are unable to verify your relationship to the deceased.

Examples of documentation that we will accept include:

  • The deceased’s birth certificate
  • The deceased’s death certificate
  • Proof of authority under local law that you are the lawful representative of the deceased or his/her estate.

Personally I think that this is handled very well by Facebook.  I can appreciate their efforts to simply make the data unavailable to anyone.  After all… would you want your entire inbox falling into the hands of a family member after your death?  Most likely not!  It would be like reading a diary or personal notes.  All the more important to designate someone NOW that you trust to enter your account… take care of a few tasks for you if you want them done (like exporting pictures or friend lists to send a special note to etc) and then notify the Social Site according to their policy of your passing.

I find it amazing that we are considering a “Virtual Estate” as part of a determination of our wishes after death.  It is shocking how far the World Wide Web has come… and how quickly!


P.S. Have you had a look at the Neworld Video Library lately?  SOOOO many videos watch and enjoy!  Click Here


Blog Like a Pro!

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Blog Like a Pro

Step by Step… Learn it ALL!

“Readers subscribe to blogs… when they provide an informational or entertainment value so great… that it would be a loss to not subscribe to it.” ~Maki

In just 2 short hours you will LEARN…

  • Exactly WHAT blogging means
  • WHY you should blog
  • How to choose a program
  • How to set up your blog
  • Costs associated with blogging
  • Building your business with a blog
  • Plugins, Backlinks, Comments, Feeds
  • Using your blog to generate sales
  • Backups and revisions
  • Much much more…

****All YOU require is a high speed internet connection, speakers
and the willingness to try new ideas consistently*****

Learn More

How To Successfully Host a Webinar

Posted on: September 8th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Michael FletcherDawn and I filmed a 1 hour webinar on Neworld Web about this topic… To view that show please click here
Know your audience and make sure that the information suits their needs

  • Do a survey to learn your target market’s needs!
  • Choose a topic that YOU are knowledgeable about OR Joint Venture with someone who is!
  • Ask yourself…“Has this been done before?”

Have a Clear Understanding of YOUR Goal

  • What will your call to action be at the end (up-sell?)
  • How many episodes?
  • What will the length of each show be?
  • Workbooks included?
  • Bonuses etc?


  • Great title (catchy & interesting)
  • Logo if possible
  • Excellent copy writing
  • Offer bonuses and incentives
  • Make it simple to say yes!


  • Market to your own database
  • Social Networks (groups, status updates, banners on profiles,  etc)
  • Leverage your DB by asking your friends to promote for you!
  • Signature Blocks
  • Online Directories (Kijjiji, Craigs List etc)

Choose the Webinar Service

  • Cost
  • Ability to record and resell
  • Use of phone line needed
  • Aquisition of emails for your use
  • Ability to conduct “live” surveys
  • Interactivity
  • Auto-responders and sign ups included?

Sign ups…

  • Make it simple
  • Use auto-responders
  • Use templates that are consistent with your branding if possible… be consistent
  • Schedule reminders for the day of the show
  • Include your contact info if they need direct help

Create Your Show

  • Use professional looking power points
  • Map out the entire series first and then break into segments
  • Use a welcome slide and an ending slide
  • Don’t make the slides too busy
  • Use bullet points
  • Use graphics that YOU are allowed to use
  • Create workbooks first, then copy/paste to power points

Neworld Rule of Thumb

  • FREE Webinar… no workbooks!
  • Paid series always include workbooks with Action Steps for added value!

Prepare Your Studio

  • Quiet place
  • Pleasing background
  • Check lighting at the same time of day you will be recording
  • Do sound check
  • Do a trial run if this is your first time and view recording
  • Remember to turn off telephone and fax machine
  • Secure any animals while taping

Prepare Yourself

  • Wear your branded clothing
  • Solid colours if possible
  • Remove glasses if you see a glare
  • Have water easily accessible
  • Avoid excessive makeup and shiny jewellery

Presenting the Webinar

  • Speak slowly
  • Try to relax
  • Be rested
  • Print your notes if it will be easier
  • Know your ½ way point and be prepared with “filler” if needed
  • Keep the resell of the product in mind when giving examples (current dates etc)
  • Plant seeds for your company throughout the show

Odds n Ends…

  • Enlist a moderator to be in the background
  • Make sure that the moderator could take over if necessary
  • Print a list of attendees before the show
  • Be prepared to sell something at the end of the show
  • Create a sense of urgency for them to aquire the next offering NOW

Follow up

  • Send recordings and workbooks in a timely manner
  • Do a survey
  • Send bonuses in increments so you can continue contact
  • Offer extra deals to past attendees


P.S. Make a Plan… and stick to it!

Chilled Cantaloupe Soup!

Posted on: August 27th, 2014 by Neworld Coaching No Comments

Remember to print this recipe for your fridge!

I absolutely love this refreshing summer soup! No wonder… it’s ORANGE!


  • 1 cantaloupe-peeled, seeded and cubed
  • 2 cups orange juice
  • 1 Tbsp lime juice
  • ¼ tsp ground cinnamon


1-Place cantaloupe and ½ cup orange juice in a blender or food processor and grind until smooth

2-Transfer to a large bowl

3-Stir in remaining orange juice, lime juice and cinnamon.

4-Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour