Wednesday, April 14, 2010


On April 26th, 2010 - Worldwide Acquisitions, Inc. will be opening another location in Philadelphia, PA. Because of our huge success last year and the first quarter of 2010 - we will be expanding into a second market. At WWA our vision is to expand into multiple cities and work on different campaigns around the globe. This second location in Philadelphia, the fifth largest city in the US, is a huge step in the right direction for us.

Philadelphia - Famous for cheesesteaks, lawyers and liberty, America's original capital is rich with revolutionary history, culture and symbolism. Home to the Liberty Bell and the Declaration of Independence, today's Philadelphia is far from a historical relic. Urban and urbane, Philadelphia is a rich mix of traditions, races and immigrant cultures, as well as home to an exciting collection of cultural, culinary and recreational amenities that only a city of Philadelphia's heritage can provide.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

10 Rules for The Ride of Your Life

Our Office Just Finished Going Over "The Energy Bus" by Jon Gordon.

Here is a recap:

1. Your're the driver of the bus.
2. Desire, vision and focus move your bus in the right direction.
3. Fuel your ride with positive energy
4. Invite people on your bus and share your vision for the road ahead.
5. Don't waste your energy on those who dont get on your bus.
6. Post a sign that says "No energy vampires allowed."
7. Enthusiasm attracts more passengers and energizes them during the ride.
8. Love your passengers
9. Drive with purpose
10. Have fun and enjoy the ride!

Thursday, February 18, 2010


At Worldwide Acquisitions, Inc. we value leadership. Whether someone is starting with us entry level or we are promoting them to partner - we are looking for the following attributes:

1. Visionary
2. Communicative
3. Delivers on Promises
4. Responsible
5. Humble
6. Trustworthy
7. Capable
8. Decisive
9. Authentic
10. Genuine & Respectful

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Importance of a Positive Work Enviorment

At Worldwide Acquisitions, Inc. we believe that a positive work environment is crucial to our success. During our hiring process we are looking for people who will bring enthusiasm and energy to our company. Check out this article

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Its That Time Again - New Year's Resolutions!

Top New Year's Resolutions:

Lose weight
Manage debt/save money
Get a better job
Spend more time with family
Quit Smoking
Eat right/Get fit
Get a better education
Reduce stress
Going greener
Volunteer to help others

At the beginning of each new year, people begin thinking about making and keeping a new year’s resolution, only to discover within a short period of time that their good intentions fall by the wayside each and every year, “in one year and out the other”. Each year 40% - 45% of adults make one or more resolutions or goals for themselves. Research shows that 75% make it past the first week, and 46% make it past 6 months. Now while a lot of people break their resolutions, statistics on New Year’s resolutions show that setting goals for yourself is still good because you are 10 times more likely to attain your goal, rather than people who don’t explicitly make goals.


Forget about new years resolutions and start focusing on goal setting. Goal Setting is a process that allows people to specify then work towards their own objectives, commonly referred to as life goals.
Whether it be personal goal setting or business goal setting, the importance of setting goals that are challenging, tangible, specific, realistic and have a time targeted completion date cannot be overemphasized.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Lets Finish the Last 4 Weeks of 2009 Strong!

When you adopt the finish-strong mentality, you create a level of personal accountability that guides you through critical decision points. I call these decision points finish-strong moments—the points in time when you must decide which path to take. Will you lie down, settle and quit, or will you move forward toward your goal to the best of your ability?

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