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Parenting with Purpose


Let's face it, being a parent is not an easy job! Deciding on making a difference in the life of your child and the function of your family as a whole, is a step in the right direction.

Research has shown parenting with intention and leadership result in a more positive outcome, and isn’t that what you want?  Join Dr. Angela as she teaches seven things you can do, because you too, can Parent with Purpose.

In this teaching, Dr. Angela reveals…

  • What parenting is and how to effectively teach your children.
  • The dangers of old habits and why we need zero tolerance for it
  • What it means to be true leaders while parenting
  • Four actions you can do to start your new parenting style now


Don’t settle for a so-so family, have the family God has planned for you - it's so much better. Discover how today!

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Are You Flirting With Me?

I thought I would get your attention!

Whether you love it or hate it, marketing and sales are critical to the life blood of any business. You can make it more fun, if you take the approach that you want to seriously flirt with a growing list of prospects.

Marketing attraction. It sounds like flirting doesn’t it? And in a way, that’s exactly right.

You do want to flirt with your prospects, to allow them to get to know, like, and trust you. Since it takes upwards of 7 touches to make a sale today, you need to attract them to your product, service, or program in many different ways.

One critical element you must have in your basket of attraction tools today is a fully developed web presence.

People are most likely to Google for you or your service or the benefit/solution they seek first. They are less likely to open the telephone book and flip through the yellow pages. The future of your marketing reach is the internet.

Even with the internet, you need an arsenal of marketing strategies to reach your prospects and attract them to your product and services. You can’t flirt with them, if they can’t find you.

Here are a few ideas which you can do quickly and on a budget. They are culled from the likes of Mitch Meyerson, Jay Conrad Levinson, Seth Godin, and Bea Fields.

On your website:

  • Build a powerful direct response entity
  • Make sure your headlines are engaging with a problem/solution approach
  • Direct their eyes to the one thing you want them to do

On your email signature:

  • Include your business contact information, of course
  • Promote one thing – a new product, service, newsletter, auto-responder series, article, free conference call.

This is your best and first opportunity to ask everyone to engage with you and your company

Develop relationships for referral business – complementary services serving the same market niche and get listed on their websites

Include client testimonials – use them in all your printed and online collateral materials.

The hottest new thing is audio and video testimonials you put up on your site.

Use audio and video conferencing from your PC for sales, presentations, meetings. They work effectively for a prospects, clients and vendors.  It’s no longer novel. It’s cost effective, timely, direct, and can be very interactive.

Write articles and press releases about everything you do and get them published in print but more importantly across the web.

Yes, all of these are ideas you can do yourself, burning the midnight oil.

But what’s even better, is that these tools and systems can be delegated and automated – one more way for you to generate more profit in less time.

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How Not to Have an Automation Meltdown


I love automation. It's one of the reasons I have a business, but it can also be a big pain in the rear when it doesn't work.

I remember this one week where I was having terrible problems with my meeting scheduler. I was using a service to set up complimentary appointments with prospective clients and I'd done this big promotion about it. What was supposed to happen is the person would go to this page, click on a link to see my available calendar, and in about 2-3 clicks they're all set.

They'd get an email confirmation and the meeting time would pop into my calendar. No back and forth, no wasted time, boom - there is the appointment.

I had a number of people trying to set up their free time to connect but they weren't getting the handy little meeting schedule. Instead every one of them kept getting an "error 404" page ... those error pages always get on my last nerve especially when it means I have a link not working! Ever had that happen to you?

So what was happening is I kept getting phone call after phone call telling me the link didn't work, asking for next steps, requesting a return phone call. Some were even downright insults saying things like "this is unprofessional" (and yes, remember I said it was a free offer ---sometimes those are the worst kind when things go wrong).

Well once I figured out what the problem was, I'd missed at least 20 prospective meetings. I had to personally call each person back who left a voicemail and arrange the meeting manually, which is what I'd set up the service to help me avoid in the first place! That free time turned into triple the hours I'd planned for.

After that little incident, I learned my lesson. I'll give you a few quick hitter tips you can use so you don't end up falling prey to an automation disaster like this.

Always Test Your Automated Systems

When I sent out the promotion emails and let people know the links were open, I should have already tested the entire process myself along with having a friend or assistant test it. I know this now. Most of the time I'll remember this horrible week and I will have someone go through the entire process as though they are signing up. That way, any errors can be worked out before the whole world hears about it.

Remember, It's People Over Process

Many people think more of their super fabulous tools and systems than what the experience will be like for the end user. If you take the time to put yourself in the other person's shoes -- you know, the person who might just be investing in you or your stuff? -- you will know if you're headed in the right direction. Think about things like, "how easy is this to use?", "how many buttons would I click?", "does this frustrate me more than endear me to the service?".

You should make it easy for people to do business with you, not harder. The more difficult it is, the less likely they will buy.

Always Have a Back Up

Sure in this case I was the back-up. I literally sat down and made a list of all the people and manually called them myself. But what if there was a better way? If I had an assistant at the time, I would have had more help. Or if I learned through the testing process that the service wasn't working, I would easily have changed over to a new scheduling service before the promotion ever went out.

Think through your backup plan. What could you use if a part of your system is not flowing smoothly? What resources are available quickly and within your budget? Just thinking this through may save you a ton of time and money.

Now I can't tell you I've never had an automation problem ever again, but I can say that putting systems in place to help me replicate my work has always cost me less in the end than doing it all manually...both in dollars and in sanity. If you remember the tips I shared with you in this post, you'll reduce the chances of automation fail.

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Remember that old Biz Markie song, ♪ "You, you got what I neeeed...." ♫.  Don't you wish that every time your ideal client or customer saw your stuff online that song would just automatically pop up in their head?

If you don't, you should.  Because that means you've made the right connection.  See it works like this...


But often we just focus on the first part of the equation - what we want to sell.

The fact is it can be pretty time consuming to do market research, but it's crucial to your business.  It's just one of those things you've got to do.  Otherwise, you can spend a lot of time creating products and promoting services no one will every buy.

You know my answer to almost everything when it comes to saving time, right?  Turn your research into a system, (my quick definition?  a system is a set of repeated activities you can map out, delegate and automate to get similar results).

Where Should You Start?

Keyword Research

Keyword research is the first step for most solo service providers. It helps you understand what people are searching for online and what words they are using. There are numerous tools that can help you do this research, including Google’s own AdWords keyword tool, a free and paid tool from Wordtracker, and a popular software program called Market Samurai.

It takes a little practice to learn to do keyword research well, but knowing the most commonly searched terms will help you target the problems that people are facing. It also means you can optimize any content you create, helping it rank in the search engines.

Study Problems People Are Facing

When you know the problems people are facing in your target market, you can create solutions. Solutions sell. Look at the questions people are asking and why they are asking them. Look for the places your target market hangs out, like forums or Facebook groups, and listen in.  You might even create a list using a tool like Evernote or Google Drive.  I call this list my R&D (research & development) list.

Other places people don't really think about are YouTube videos and Amazon books.  What's popular?  What are people talking about around the topic you're interested in promoting?  Watch the discussions that take place and the questions asked. If there are problems that people consistently talk about, you’ve just found a great opportunity to provide a solution.


Paint a Portrait of Your Customers

It helps to paint a portrait of your ideal customer in as much detail as possible. This isn’t necessarily a visual picture, though some people do that, but one that describes little details about them. What are their demographics, such as age, gender, occupation, where they live, etc? What is some of the lingo they use? Do they tend to have similar interests or hobbies? Write it all down. Some marketers even keep this list in front of them whenever they write anything for or to their customers.

While it can take what seems like a lot of time, having a system you use to do market research can save you from sinking a fortune in time and money in a doomed project. The more market research you do from the start to understand your market, the less risk you face and the more likely they'll be singing your song loud and clear. ;)

In my lunch time series coming up I'll share a few more tips on how to create great, but simple systems for your biz.  Get on the "notify me" list now so you get reminders.  

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Very few people I know use business process mapping, but it can be a really good way to figure out the difference between what is happening now vs. what you want to have happen with certain systems running in your business.

For example, you might have this really great product out in your online store, but you somehow keep losing customers -- like 85% of the time -- after they click the "add to cart" button.  What happened?

Or in another instance, you may have tons of referrals and they come to you willing and ready to invest, but you only convert 10% of them into clients.  Where's the breakdown? How do you know?  And what resources do you need in order to increase that number?

Many times, knowing the solution that works the best for you does not just pop up in a magical light bulb over your head.  Instead, it requires knowing what is taking place, step-by-step, so you can make improvements for the better.

Business Analysts (also known as BA's) tend to take advantage of process mapping because it suits them perfectly since they tend to be practical thinkers, always looking for the "why" behind what's going on.  They also get really passionate about information.  I like how this article from TDWI says, "They love to wallow in it, get it all over themselves, see what they can do with it, and see it change state and morph and eventually crystallize into facets of meaning."

Basically, these guys can get really geeky about improving a system, or set of activities so you get the most optimal results.

How do I know?  Because I actually have an analyst background in my "other" career.  Yeah, that's how I got to be such a systems geek.

Now here's what is cool about that...

There are a lot of creative thinkers marketing how great it is to use your creativity to ...well...create things. Products, new service offerings, you name it. I love it and I think that's great.  If you want to promote creative thinking, mind-mapping is a very effective tool. But that's a whole different type of method than what I'm talking about.

The thing is, not everyone is naturally given to creatively wild or illustrative thinking.  Some of  us tend to be a bit more structured and systematic in our thinking.  Having those type of people in your business network can be tremendously helpful because we help with the execution of the actual sale of that wonderful new product, or we help you fix problems with the way you're handling questions from prospective buyers so they feel better about trusting you and affirmed when they buy.

This is the beautiful place where process mapping comes in.

In my upcoming webinar, 10 Ways To Design Better Systems For Your Business, I share more about process mapping and what it can do. Plus I'll be talking about more ways to improve what you're doing in your business, so you can be more efficient which => (ta-dah) more profitable.

Business process mapping may just be the answer to your problems. Oh, and if you search the internet now for some process mapping resources, it will probably look a lot more boring than how I do it.

I've made the webinar publicly available.  No registration required.

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RFImageSet139-1024x768.jpg?width=237I have been building my subscriber list for a few years now. It's had wear and tear, much of it because of my abuse.  I switched focus, lost focus, tried different paths, different brands...all of the things new business owners tend to do when they're finding their way.

There are a ton of reasons people stay on your subscriber list.  Many stay even when they're no longer getting value. Maybe it's because they like you as a person, though they don't have interest in your topic. Or maybe they forgot to disconnect at some point. Instead they just delete everything you send.

Perhaps, they find a few tidbits of information you've sent for free they could appreciate, but now that you're asking them to invest they are offended.  The point is - my audience members came in for different reasons and stayed for different reasons.

The danger in this is at some point, you may find yourself with a huge list of people that DON'T CARE A THING ABOUT YOUR OFFER.

Signs of a list that needs to be downsized? You have dead silence when you're sending out market survey questions. You actually look at your metrics and find that your open rate is not only low, it's in the red. No one shows up for your special events that are only for your subscribers.

When these things are happening although you have list quantity, it's a good chance you have a list that needs to be downsized.

Recently I did a downsizing of my list.  It gave me a sense of freedom I never thought I'd have. At first, I was afraid (♪ I was petrified ♫...I love that song...short digression...ok, back on track now). Seriously though, when you work hard to build a good sized list it can be very intimidating to even think about minimizing it or tearing it apart.

But I had to do it.

Ever heard of the law of the vacuum?  Catherine Ponder talked about it in the book, The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity.  It says something like, "Make room for the thing you desire by letting go of that which you do not appreciate or use. Give it away with a giving, charitable heart, and let the Universe compensate you."   In other words, when you let go and make space you have more room to receive what's really meant for you.

I knew that downsizing my list would put me in a different place, giving me the freedom to really talk directly to an interested audience of people who want what I have to share. No more wondering "do they care?" or "is anybody listening?" And for them - the ones who were purged voluntarily from my list - I gave them back freedom, freedom to read and receive information they truly would find useful and immediately applicable.

So how did I do it? I'll break it down for you:

First, I used my email marketing service, Mailchimp (shout out - "eep eep"), to evaluate my list. They have some pretty decent analytics and along with a tool called Hairball, it was pretty easy to create a small list, or segment of people who were rated below a 3 rating. These ratings give you an idea of how often your emails are opened or clicked by the user, along with a few other stats. Your service may have a different way to show you this information.

The key is to figure out who is least active in your list over a period of time. By the way, I did not include users who were fairly new and still building a rating.  Since they recently added themselves to the list, I assumed they have an interest in my content.

Second, I sent out an email to the folks in that group about 14 days before the purge date (you can adapt this to your comfort level). The subject line read something like "Only open this if you want to keep getting my emails!". I wanted to make it super easy for those who didn't open them anyway to take little to no action. Only the genuinely interested people would reply back to say "leave me on the list". And yes, I had several who read the email explaining my "Spring Cleaning List Purge" and they asked to stay on.

Great! That separated those who were missing in action, but still interested so I wouldn't remove them from the active list.

Third, on the date I'd set for myself I exported the segmented list (minus the ones who wanted to stay) and did a mass unsubscribe. I will admit, I was pretty nervous but after I clicked enter I felt a huge weight lifted off my shoulders.  It was like, "now I get to talk to people who really care to connect with me and to get the full benefit of my sharing".

Here was another added benefit I didn't think about until later. You know how many email service providers charge you based on your total count of subscribers? Well, I was able to reduce my own email marketing fees because of the reduced count. Cha-ching!

Now mind you, I would be fine paying more for a more responsive, targeted list. It was just a good reality check to realize that I was actually paying to keep people on my list who never really wanted the info anyway.

So that's my story...and I hope it connects with you in some way. Does it make you think about downsizing your own list?  Don't you think that having 100 or 200 or 500 people who really connect with your message is better than having thousands who don't get it and won't take action at all?

As a business owner, we have choices to make for the good of our customers and ourselves. I chose to downsize for peace of mind and it was one of the best decisions I've made so far in my business.


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About the Author: Tanya Smith is a creative online business strategist and coach specializing in showing independent service providers how to simplify, save time & stand out with simple strategies that engage more quality leads and clients. Her company Be Promotable provides fresh actionable strategies and virtual resources to promote business owners as power players in their market. Get free tools to simplify and stand out online at:

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bigstock-Podcast-D-Text-Design-25280777.jpg?width=305By now, you may have heard is leaving us. Sad day, I know. was one of the online resources I pointed people to all the time. Quick and easy to use, you could record audio lessons, roving thoughts, news bytes and more. And you could do this all by computer or your phone while you're out and about, sharing it on your social sites at the click of a button.

Alas, the service shut down on August 20, 2012. need options for accomplishing the same thing? Need a way to capture your audios that can be shared consistently across your online network? Being the "walking Google" that I am, I've got a few for you.

#1 - Spreaker is an online app for creating and sharing live audio content across the Internet. They target users who want to be seen as "Radio DJs" and I've seen them expand their features just within the last few months. Spreaker is a simple way to host personal radio shows that can be streamed live and heard through a widget that feeds to all the major social media and mobile platforms.

Great features? No need to install anything. You can broadcast live on Facebook. You can create your own playlist and schedule your show at the time you choose.

They have a free plan, which is great for starting out. If you need more time (since the free version limits you to 30 minute recordings), you'll want to upgrade. Starting at $39/year, plans are pretty affordable.

#2 - Audio Acrobat

I'm a fan of the founders of this platform. They started out years ago with the intention of creating a way for women to have their voices heard loud and clear using online media.

Catch my interview with the founder here

(Note: I used BlogTalkRadio to conduct the interview, which is another way to podcast. I won't highlight them here because so many people already use their service, but it's another one to check out. Just be ready to invest in the monthly service because it offers more flexibility with recordings than their free plan.)

Ok, back to ---

These guys give you lots and lots and lots of options so it's not just a podcasting service. You can record coaching sessions, audio interviews, audio "postcards", and more. Share your podcast easily with iTunes and other directories. Preschedule posts to go out when you want. You can even use your iPhone to create episodes that you upload right into your account.

I love their customer service and they also have a great affiliate program, one of the first I ever made commission from because people just loved using them once they drooled over all the features.

Basic plan is $19.95 monthly. All plans come with a free 30 day trial.

#3 - Evoca is another great tool for podcasting. They tend to market to people who want to do audio interviews because of a really great integration that some people don't realize can work very well - Skype. When you record an interview without the right tools over Skype, the sound is not always quality EXCEPT I have had no issues whatsoever when tying Evoca with it.

Using Skype with Evoca gives you crystal clear, no-cost phone connections, even if you're interviewing someone across the globe. Just join your interviewee on your Evoca-provided dedicated phone number.

Idea alert? You could use Evoca's embeddable widget on your website for testimonials. People share their comments using the widget like online recorder on your website and it's much like leaving someone a voice message.

Post interviews with Evoca quickly to your website or blog, Facebook fan page or profile page and Twitter. Plans start at $6.95/month and you can test them out with a free trial.

I'm sure there are other tools out there, but these three are my favorite and if you're looking for a way to replace's service, check them out and see what suits your fancy.

Shout out to the folks and all the best in your future endeavors. We're sad to see you go.


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About the Author: Tanya Smith is a creative business strategist and coach specializing in showing independent service providers how to simplify, save time & stand out with simple strategies that engage more quality leads and clients. Her company Be Promotable provides fresh actionable strategies and virtual resources to promote business owners as power players in their market. Get free tools to simplify and stand out online at:

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Your Local Journal = Unlimited Resources

Almost nine years ago when I moved to the Raleigh/Durham area, I have made it a habit of reading Triangle Business Journal (TBJ). Little did I know that keeping up with the articles in the journal would assist me as a network marketer.

Attending this year's Garner Business & Consumer Expo allowed me the opportunity to network with Circulation Sales Executive Elizabeth Horning. Why was our meeting each other important? Because I now have a local business connection and I was given insight on how much value TBJ brings to the community.

We all know how important it is to help others and sincerely receive help from others. I've noticed that a lot of people claim they want to help you but it seems the more help they give you, the more business opportunities you have to sign up with. Triangle Business Journal knows that there are people in our area who need assistance and they are truly here to help.

For starters, there are seminars provided FREE of charge, on a continuous basis. One upcoming seminar titled "Smart Jobseeker Seminar: Learn how to use Triangle Business Journal as a tool to jump start your career!" or how about "Smart Networking Seminar: Connect with power and make the most of your time with leaders." To top it off they have an upcoming seminar called "Smart Reader Seminar: Learn how to use Triangle Business Journal as a tool to find leads." TBJ provides something to peak everyone's interest!

It is amazing that I have been reading TBJ for nine years and with one conversation I had a whole new prospective of the journal. I see how TBJ really wants to see the citizens of the Raleigh/Durham area succeed. Much success to you Elizabeth Horning and the staff, you really are an asset to the community.

This is my insight for you and if you are in the Raleigh/Durham area make sure you continue to read or begin reading and supporting Triangle Business Journal.

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Book of Lists 2011

Have you heard of the Book of Lists and know the importance of the book as a networking tool? “In over 60 US markets, the Book of Lists is an essential tool for gaining a competitive edge. Its information on leading buyers, companies and employers is indispensable.”

I would not have known about the Book of Lists if I hadn’t been a subscriber of the Triangle Business Journal. Your city is bound to have a Business Journal to subscribe to in or around your area, so find out how to get your hands on a copy.

By recently attending FREE seminars, Business Expos and family oriented community events, I have gotten a hold of a lot of business-minded professionals, not the time wasters who claim they want to help you but want you to join every networking company they are associated with.

The Book of Lists has showed me where to find hardworking professionals. Open the book and see what downtown restaurant ranked #1 in your area. Want to know how the private, semi-private and public golf courses ranked in your area? How about finding about those Fast 50 Award Winning Businesses?

Looking for the ranking of these business categories and others will give you the step above everyone else with your prospecting. Most business-minded professionals are on the move but always looking to increase their net worth. Now YOU know where to find them!

The Book of Lists 2011 for the Triangle area has nine categories. I plan on networking with several people from the different categories to grow my networking companies I’m associated with. As a matter of fact I connected with three people in one category just this past Friday!

So make sure you subscribe your area’s Business Journal and make sure you get your hands on a copy of the Book of Lists 2011 for your area. You will have thousands of prospects in your hands. It is up to you how you utilize this tool.

This is my insight for you. For pricing and market information for the Book of Lists and to find the Business Journal that best suits your marketing needs go to




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You know what I hate most about being an internet marketer?


Subscribing to dozens of monthly recurring tools and 

services that I barely know how to use.


To top it off, its a pain to remember usernames and

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What's Working Now

In the Internet Marketing Arena things are always changing and evolving. So it makes sense to keep up with whatever new trends are going on in the online marketing world to keep your business on target and gain increasing profits.As we all know doing business one way is out. These days you have to have multiple ways of generating leads, prospects, marketing your business and services and so much more. I'm new to the internet marketing business and literally it seems like there is a new product emerging everyday. Some products are good but let's face it, a lot of products being sold over the internet is nothing but a bunch of junk, or it's information you could have obtained by simply doing the research yourself on Google.Granted some of the information is priceless and because it's all in one place where you can get instant access to it, it makes it easier to use the tools and knowledge you learn or have learned in the process of doing online marketing. One tool I found to be helpful is a membership site/product by Mike Dillard, this site will give you inside tips and tools on how to build your business online and offline. In addition to getting the inside tips and tools you could also obtain access to Mike Dillard through monthly webinars.Click here for more details FIND OUT WHAT'S WORKING NOW IN ONLINE MARKETINGHave a blessed day! Remember to Pay it forward and spread the news to someone else who could benefit from it....~Tamishia Clayborn~
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Did you know that the number 1 marketing tool for your business is a Book?As an expert you have the opportunity for people to remember you. Fliersand business cards will come and go. A book is forever. It is a self generatedmarketing tool. It does most of the work for you. Are you interested in beinga speaker, coach and consultant? A book is key to generating more income.If you would like to learn about a method in which you can publish your bookin under 30days with low cost. Literally you can have your book completed fromstart to finish- for $247.00. You can write all the books that your heart desiresjust for that $247.00.If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity to explode your business,Feel Free to contact meNatosha McCrayStop and Pause, 247-2093Here's to your success!
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FOLLOW UP AND FOLLOW THROUGH EQUALS MASSIVE SUCCESSHello Community,Great day to ya. I was listening to Lee Green, CEO, Black Business Builders Club, and he pointed out an obvious yet overlooked fact.A lot of people do not know!!!They do not know some of the basic business building fundamentals.We take it for granted that since something is available people will use it. The internet is a great tool. It offers access to a lot of other business building tools. What it does not do is verify that you know how to use these tools.That is right, the “food” is there and it is assumed you know how to “eat”. No one checks for indigestion. You may be trying to consume this “food” and even when successful, your system cannot process it, therefore, mental “indigestion” happen.So lesson learned.I want to ensure that all my readers understand and use some basic business building tools.First, I will discuss an extremely important business building (and relationship sustaining) fact.You must do, what you say, you will do. Read this line a several times.Integrity is built on this.To help you do,what you say you will do, you must employ these actions. Follow up on anything you say you will do and Follow through on what you say you will do.Most people start off great. High energy, Wonderful promises, Honest intentions.Yet, because they do not follow up nor follow through, their results are dismal.I will not explore the many disadvantages that are created by this lack to follow up and follow through, at least, at this time.However, I can must assuredly inform you, people who do not follow up and follow through, will not be around for long. Why?Because the people who do, what they say, they are going to do and employ the follow up and follow through principles, replace them.Replace them!!!! Read this line several times.Networkingly
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For immediate release: September 14, 2009Memphis, TennesseeDiscipleship International Event on October 3, 2009Join Discipleship International for the official launch of their faith-based personal, financial, and professional development ministry programs, under the leadership of finance expert Michael Anthony Farmer!This ministerial kickoff event will feature cuisine by Tony Johnson Catering and will give a sneak preview to attendees about the type of professional ministry provided ongoing.Location: 7285 Winchester Street, Suite 105, Memphis, TNMr. Farmer will also be a guest on September 28th, 2009 with Christie B. Taylor’s radio program. The show will air at 9PM/8PM Central Time on may call in to 347-327-9733 to listen in. To call in with questions and comments, audience members may press 1.For more information please visit or by calling 901-553-8901.Media inquiries:Sharen RooksThe Sharen Rooks AgencyOnline Inquiry Form:

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Is Network Marketing Lucrative?

I remember hearing about network marketing and immediately thought “scams” where it was to good to be true. I held on to that for years. I recently began researching companies that came out with products that appeared to be good. I found many had a lot in common in there approach. I would like to share some of that information with you because when you are uneducated you can make costly mistakes or fail to see when a reputable company comes along.I use to cringe when folks would attempt to aggressively recruit me because of my position with people. It was difficult for me to say, NO because I wasn’t armed with information. My past experience as an educated has proved to be key when dealing with people about products and services.RED FLAGS!!!!!!!!!!NOW IS THE TIME!ASK FOR LARGE AMOUNT TO GET IN!NOT LISTED OR DOESN’T HAVE A GOOD RATING *BBB or Direct SalesONLY THE FOLKS ON TOP GET PAIDCOMPENSATION PLAN NOT SOLIDUSES AGGRESSIVE SALES TACTICSTREND PRODUCTWhen you see these types to things you need to stay away from these ideas because they can get you in a lot of trouble with those you bring into the business and those you sell to.GREAT INDICATORS!!!!!!!!GREAT PRODUCT OR SERVICESMALL START UP COSTSOLID COMPANYGREAT COMPENSATION PLANFOCUSES ON TEAM BUILDINGOFFERS TO ALL *meaning products can be for entire household*NO TERRITORY ISSUESYOUR EFFORTS COUNT TOWARDS YOUOFFER GREAT TRAININGANYTIME IS A GOOD TIME TO JOINIf you see these kinds of offers and can prove them you have just found a solid network marketing company that can yield you anywhere from 500-10,000 month. In the business that I am in people approach me all the time about joining their teams. I can’t take the risk of getting caught up in a company that will not be around. I encourage you to do your research before you jump in.I have been afforded the opportunity to be a part of two great companies like Prepaid Legal and Arbonne International. Please research both companies and you will find they are solid and have great compensation plans.Please call me if you have any questions @901-553-8901or email me

This is what you get when you "TELL IT" All RVP get a FREE white Mercedes with Arbonne.
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