The Big Dream Life

Written by Marc Romero

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“A JOB”. Onrepparttar way torepparttar 147732 kitchen, you find your little ones peeking aroundrepparttar 147733 corner in attempt to give Daddy a good morning “BOO”. You decide to play along and act really surprised when they jump out even though this isrepparttar 147734 everyday routine. At this point, you see your wife walking downrepparttar 147735 hall with a smile on her face and greet her good morning with another kiss. You have breakfast with your family then head torepparttar 147736 office (first door torepparttar 147737 left). You check a few emails make a few calls then call it quits forrepparttar 147738 day. After this hard days work ( ha ha) you decide to take your family on a surprise trip to Sea World. They are excited when they hearrepparttar 147739 news and begin packing forrepparttar 147740 trip. Onrepparttar 147741 way out you decide to checkrepparttar 147742 mail and find a nice check made out to you for $18,578.63. You handrepparttar 147743 check over to you wife; she looks at it and says “not bad for a weeks work”. You both chuckle and head to your destination.

Now that’s what I call living! Please take this dream and expand on it, don’t letrepparttar 147744 ups and downs of life come crashing down on your dream and kill it forever. You deserve to live it so LIVE IT.

Marc Romero has been involved with Network Marketing for over 10 years. Along the way the only thing that has kept him going when things got rough is the burning desire to live a life similar to the one above. For free information on how to make your dream become reality visit: Home Business

From Ebay Zero to Power-Selling Hero: Using Feedback Effectively

Written by Isaiah Hull

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A lot of Ebay sellers have a written feedback policy that requiresrepparttar buyer to post feedback if they want feedback fromrepparttar 147656 seller. This allowsrepparttar 147657 seller to factor inrepparttar 147658 buyer's feedback when leaving feedback. It also forces people who wouldn't otherwise give feedback to do so.

I personally do not use this system. When I receive payment, I leave feedback immediately. My feedback is always positive and descriptive. If I have something bad to say, I try to work it out withrepparttar 147659 buyer first, rather than posting negative feedback.

Inrepparttar 147660 example I used above, giving negative feedback to a buyer would berepparttar 147661 equivalent of a store owner driving out torepparttar 147662 buyer’s house and posting a big, nasty letter onrepparttar 147663 person’s door for everyone inrepparttar 147664 neighborhood to see.

Leaving negative feedback like this is not only is a bad reflection on my business, but it can also prompt retaliatory negative feedback fromrepparttar 147665 buyer.

Afterall, if someone left that nasty note on your door for all of your neighbors to see, wouldn’t you at least exercise your right to leave a response onrepparttar 147666 door of that someone’s business?

. . .again, this is why it is so important to avoid these exchanges altogether.

In general, it is pretty easy to avoid negative feedback as an Ebay seller. If you create a clear store policy and adhere to it, give refunds when they are warranted, and communicate with your customers whenever there is a problem, you shouldn’t ever have to worry about negative feedback. - Written by Isaiah Hull, author of "How to Profit on Ebay In Seven Days Without Spending A Single Penny." For a limited time only you can get a pre-publication copy of his book for ONE-FOURTH the post-publication price!

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