Don't Just Sit There!... Do Something!Written by Michael DeVries
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Finally, as purchasers of this offer develop and market their customized products and services based on those they originally purchased, there is opportunity for similar cycles of economic activity to begin again! :)
And as people have more paying business, they become more willing to buy other products and services, thereby stimulating more economic activity "downstream"... and so on... and so on... Right?! :)
Already, IMHO, amount of economic activity stimulated by this relatively small group of people, has been quite impressive! :)
And it all started by someone extending an offer wherein value of opportunity for economic benefit far outweighed cost of it!
What is moral (point) of this (real life) story?...
Rather than sitting around and waiting for an "upturn" in Internet (and/or general) economy... Why don't we work together to create (another) one?! :)
Where and how would you all like to start creating our own Internet / economic upturn?!
Hope this helps,
- Michael S. DeVries
P.S. If you want to know who this "Internet Marketer" is referred to above, please contact me directly and ask and I will let you know “the rest of story”, ok?
Michael S. DeVries is the Moderator of The Virtual Consulting Discussion List (http://www.TheVCF.com/vcdl.phtml) and Principal of The Virtual Consulting Firm (http://www.TheVCF.com). Make Money online: http://www.thevcf.com/CurrencyExchange/ECEP.phtml
Maximizing The Time of Your LifeWritten by Cheryl Vallejos
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Focus on results you expect to gain Your job is to learn how to direct this power by consciously focusing to get outcomes you want. First, you have to discover all things you focus on that you do not want and I’m willing to bet there are quite a few, way more than you think. Then, you have to get very clear about what you DO want. You have to examine each of things you want and be sure that they are not just something you do NOT want in disguise. For instance, saying: “I want my business to make over $100,000/year” would no longer be an issue if you had not had previous businesses that did not do that well, and so even in making this seemingly positive statement, you are focusing on not wanting to be unsuccessful. Saying “I want a reliable car” wouldn’t even come up if you weren’t focusing on fact that you don’t want a car that breaks down and needs a lot of repairs. Remember, focus on positive results and drop history of former experiences that were negative.
The Solution? Practice, Persistence, Practice It’s a good idea to write down what you want specifically. Read what you have written to yourself, preferably aloud, several times a day, while seeing yourself, in your mind, already having what you want. A good example of this would be: “I get things done timely,” “I get things done timely,” “I get things done timely.” It could also be something like: “I am best organizer around,” “I am best organizer around,” “I am best organizer around.” Then, take whatever action is available to begin moving towards what you want. A good time to do this reading and visualizing is when you first wake up and right before you go to bed.
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