Brent Wehmeyer

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Check out The Real B Dub Blog

Check out the REAL B Dub Blog at

I don’t know who’s putting on this show over here, claiming to be B Dub!  Actually this is where it all started for me, but I moved on up to my own domain since traffic was growing so much.  I’ll try to keep stuff updated here too, but it probably will fall through the cracks over time like many projects do.

Remember, don’t stay here at this impostor’s website, go over to!

December 19, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Building a Bigger Picture

I met a fascinating person on a flight from Los Angeles. He is a surfer, author, developer, community activist and advisor to world leaders.

Do you picture a young, ambitious, vibrant guy? How about a vibrant 96 year-old? Art Linkletter has advised every US President since Franklin Roosevelt. He had the top rated TV shows including “Kids Say The Darndest Things” for 25 years. Art speaks world-wide traveling 150,000 miles by himself each year, unless Lois, his wife of 73 years, decides to join him.

I’m chatting with Art about his spectacular success when he interrupts me and asks:

“Mike, do you work in television?”

I laughed. “No Art I don’t work in television.”

“Mike, you’re a great interviewer. I think you should work in television. You could reach and help a lot of people. ”

I didn’t sleep for two nights thinking about my discussion with Art. So I called him:

“Art, I want to interview you for a TV program that shares how people like you live long, happy, successful lives.”

“Mike, that’s a great idea. Let’s tape it in my Beverly Hills office.”

Two weeks later I began an amazing adventure that is still unfolding. I interviewed Art, then Bob Proctor (from “The Secret”) and Mark Victor Hansen (of Chicken Soup for the Soul). John Wooden the basketball legend has agreed to interview. We’ve contacted Mel Brooks, Sandra Day O’Conner and the Dalai Lama and are lining up sponsorship for a TV series.

What did Art do? He saw something inside me that I didn’t consciously recognize. He challenged me to build a bigger picture of what is possible and believed in my ability to do it–even when I didn’t believe it yet.

Think about your life. Who has helped you build a bigger picture of yourself and helped you move beyond what you thought you could do? We all have this ability. It’s like a muscle: it grows stronger with use.

Like Art, you can be a leader and a light to those in your life by looking for what’s great in them. Help them build a bigger picture of themselves and believe in their ability to do it. Their results will astonish you.

By: Mike Scogna

If you are truly looking for a BIGGER PICTURE check out and then get back with me! 🙂

Brent Wehmeyer

December 12, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Learn From The Best

Here are some of my favorite internet marketing experts to learn from. Check their sites all the time, they’re always adding more and more value to their sites. Keep on learning, and you’ll keep on earning…more money that is.

Perry Belcher
Gary Vaynerchuk
Frank Kern
Mike Dillard

Learns lot’s, check’em out!

To Your Success,
Brent Wehmeyer

December 10, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

How to Make the Most of Social Networking…

Here’s a great 10 minute clip from a internet marketing expert, Perry Belcher on the proper way to use social networking.  Like he says, it’s like going to one big party!

To Your Success,

Brent Wehmeyer

December 9, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Brrrr… It’s Getting Cold Out There

It’s cold here in Kansas and it’s supposed to be snowing by tonight;  ohhh it’s cold, but I guess it’s helping me get in the Christmas mood!

I used to be in the landscaping industry; oh how glad I am to be working from home in my warm office now, because a day like today in landscaping would be miserable.  I would probably be outside running a skid-steer in this freezing weather.  And tonight, when it’s snowing, I would be out clearing snow from peoples’ driveways and parking lots.  Nope, I don’t miss that a bit!

Speaking of working from home (next to a cozy warm fire!), here is a great article that talks about some of the supposed “top income opportunities” out there.  It goes over how there are quite a few jokes and tricksters out there, but what I love about it is that it gives a real answer at the end, doesn’t leave you wondering and wanting more!

Just click here:  PPL Media Room

For more details, after reading that article, I can show you how I can help you start your path to earning that income you deserve.  Just check back to my website:

December 8, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Don’t Quit…Keep Playing

I received this forward recently.  It has been so true in my life, and I’m sure in many others, so I just had to share.  It can apply to so many areas of life as well, from business to God’s callings on our life.

When the house lights dimmed and the concert
was about to begin, the mother returned to
her seat and discovered that the child was missing

Suddenly, the curtains parted and spotlights
focused on the impressive Steinway on stage.

To her horror, the mother saw her little boy
sitting at the keyboard, innocently picking out

“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.”

At that moment, the great piano master made his entrance, quickly moved to the piano, and
whispered in the boy’s ear, “Don’t quit . .. . keep playing.”

Then, leaning over , Paderewski reached
down with his left hand and began filling
in a bass part.. Soon his right arm reached
around to the other side of the child,
and he added a running obbligato.

Together, the old master and the young novice
transformed what could have been a frightening situation into a wonderfully creative experience.

The audience was so mesmerized that they couldn’t recall what else the great master played…Only the classic, “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.”

Perhaps that’s the way it is with God.

What we can accomplish on our own is hardly noteworthy.

We try our best, but the results aren’t always graceful flowing music. However, with the
hand of the Master, our life’s work can truly be beautiful.

The next time you set out to accomplish great feats,
listen carefully. You may hear the voice of the Master, whispering in your ear,
“Don’t quit . . . Keep playing.”

May you feel His arms around you and
know that His hands are there, helping you
turn your feeble attempts into true masterpieces.

Remember, God doesn’t seem to call the equipped, rather, He equips the ‘called.’

Don’t quit . . . Keep playing.”

December 4, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

In A Bad Economy, and In Hard Times…

cut back right?  That’s what everyone wants to tell you on TV and everywhere else it seems.  Cut back your spending, be thrifty, make due with what you have, etc etc. 

It is definitely wise to budget, and not overspend.  But I think it comes down to a deeper level of changing your mental focus, and your outlook on your life. 

Instead of focusing on what to cut out and how to scale back (which you might still need to do, just don’t focus your thoughts on that), focus your ideas and thoughts on what you can do to increase your income, develop new streams of income, and profit out of opportunities that are only available in these times!

Find a niche that suits your interests.  Develop ideas of how to offer a product, a service, information, or consultation in that area, and work out a plan to make it happen.  You’re either building your dream or your helping build someone else’s, let’s get to work on your dream this Christmas season.

Four years ago, I found the opportunity to build my own dream part-time, changed my focus from cutting back to earning more, and now have been out of Corporate America for over two years.  I’d love to help you any way I can.

December 3, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tired of the Rat Race?

It was three years ago; I was working in a sales position at a landscaping firm in Kansas City, and I found myself in that place where I just wanted a way out.  Luckily, I was only a few years out of school and hadn’t gotten sucked in too far, to the point of no return.  But I decided to start building my own business part-time to build my own dream and not someone else’s.

After a year and a half of working 5-10 hours per week on my own business, I was able to walk away from my job, and haven’t gotten close to Corporate America since!

This video will show you how you can do the exact same thing for yourself, with my help as a business success coach:

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December 2, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment