"Who wants to Be a Millionaire?"

Written by George Papazoglou

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Naturally, there are numerous characteristics that if we had to analyze in this article, it would take several hundreds of informational pages - a task, or better a mission which I'll better leave for Mr. Robert Allen.

Mr. Robert Allen isrepparttar man behind "One Minute Millionaire" (see http://1motivation.com/millionaire). For hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, Mr. Allen is fairly considered a True Mastermind - an Influencing Mentor. 

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If you really want to "make that chance", if you're highly-motivated to succeed you will - I truly believe you can do it, just because I reckonrepparttar 117316 game, but it doesn't have to be that harsh for "ordinary" people.

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Scrapbooking as a Business

Written by Stephen Bucaro

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Why not choose to serve several, or all of these areas?

Scrapbooking Business Example

Melody Ross, an Eagle, Idaho mother of five had been scrapbooking for a while, but she couldn't createrepparttar charming prose that she saw in some scrapbooks. She began writing down any interesting prose that she came upon. Eventually Melody collected 400 quotations.

In response to a suggestion by fellow students in a scrapbooking class, Melody ran an ad in a hobby magazine selling a booklet containingrepparttar 117312 quotations. She was surprised to find her mailbox stuffed with over 2000 checks for $8 each. Now all she had to do was actually createrepparttar 117313 booklet!

Today Melody Ross makes over $500.000.00 annually selling her scrapbooking products at more than 4,000 stores acrossrepparttar 117314 U.S. and at her website www.chatterbox.com.

For more examples of successful scrapbooking businesses, visit Joan Miller's website Once Upon a Page www.onceuponapage.com and Caroline Meisel's website My-Memories my-memories.net. Mrs. Grossman's www.mrsgrossmans.com is a very interesting stickers site.

Scrapbooking isrepparttar 117315 fastest growing craft inrepparttar 117316 U.S., and it looks like this trend will continue for some time to come. If you have a passion for scrapbooking and an entrepreneurial spirit, starting a business servingrepparttar 117317 craft of scrapbooking might be your path to success. ---------------------------------------------------------- Resource Box: Copyright(C)2002 Bucaro TecHelp. To learn how to maintain your computer and use it more effectively to design a Web site and make money onrepparttar 117318 Web visit http://bucarotechelp.com To subscribe to Bucaro TecHelp Newsletter Send a blank email to mailto:bucarotechelp-subscribe@topica. ----------------------------------------------------------


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