"Who wants to Be a Millionaire?"

Written by George Papazoglou

There's a scandalous secret that holdsrepparttar average "Joe" from abundance and infinite wealth...

You see, there's an avalanche of propaganda that... subconsciously disorientates average people, from discoveringrepparttar 117313 path to smashing success and personal power.

Let me unveil to you a story derived from a real world case...

David Kennedy, an "ordinary" employee in a Computer Software company, decided to launch his own Internet Based Business and quit his daily job.

However his courageous venture to being self-employed and independent , set on "fire" his boss's mood, including his very own family.

In a few words Mr. Kennedy was a big "Risk-Taker".

Everybody was trying to stop him from attaining total control with his life's destiny and withdrawrepparttar 117314 "risks" of quitting his "career"... everybody.

Despite allrepparttar 117315 psychological war David was imposed to confront, inrepparttar 117316 face of every obstacle you can imagine, he still frenetically pursued his Ultimate Goal... to become...

Become a Self-Made Millionaire by Eliminating any Negative Influence, that would Massacre his Determination for Personal Success.

After just 2 years of consistency, willingness and credence in his home based Internet Business, David *finally* started reaping immense returns on his Software web site.

A Fortune, A Small-Empire was Born...

He started his own business inrepparttar 117317 midst of 2001, whenrepparttar 117318 Internet "Gold Rush" of e-commerce skyrocketed by almost incalculable profits.

Inrepparttar 117319 earlies of April 2003, David accumulated a pure profit of approximately $27,000,000... solely by devoting 2-3 hours of labor a day, fromrepparttar 117320 comfort of his computer desk!

 Now what'srepparttar 117321 didactic moral paradigm of this *real* story?

Which isrepparttar 117322 core secret of a self-made millionaire?

What really differentiatesrepparttar 117323 idiosyncrasy of a wealthy individual fromrepparttar 117324 masses of "mortal" examples?   We can extract 5 basic, yet highly-powerful characteristics: * The unadulterated desire to succeed... * An uncommonly motivated mindset... * A rock-solid marketing plan. * The Intrinsic charisma of taking critical decisions. * The Extrinsic motivation by studying Real World Success Cases. 

Scrapbooking as a Business

Written by Stephen Bucaro

---------------------------------------------------------- Permission is granted forrepparttar article below to forward, reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website, offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as long as no changes are made andrepparttar 117312 byline, copyright, andrepparttar 117313 resource box below is included. ---------------------------------------------------------- Scrapbooking as a Business

By Stephen Bucaro

What ever happened to photo albums and scrapbooks? They have combined into a rapidly growing craft called "scrapbooking". With scrapbooking, you don't just line up your photos and memorabilia inrepparttar 117314 pages of a binder. Instead, you display your photos in an artistic and creative way using decorative backgrounds, borders, frames, stickers, and whatever else piques your creative whimsey.

This new combination of photo album and scrapbook is often referred to as a "memory book". Scrapbooking isrepparttar 117315 fastest growing craft inrepparttar 117316 U.S., generating 1.4 billion dollars in annual sales. This presents a tremendous opportunity for an individual with a passion for scrapbooking and an entrepreneurial spirit.

First decide which area ofrepparttar 117317 scrapbooking craft your business will serve:

1. Scrapbooking supplies. Buy supplies wholesale from a source like Scrapbooking Factory Outlet sfodirect.com and sell them at retail, or better yet design and manufacture your own scrapbooking supplies.

2. Books and training materials. Become an affiliate of amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com, or better yet write your own book or develop your own website that provides scrapbooking instructions and tutorials.

3. Develop Kits. Combine your scrapbooking ideas along with instructions and materials into kits.

4. Publish a newsletter. Keep crafters informed aboutrepparttar 117318 latest events, ideas and trends in scrapbooking. This could be a paper or electronic newsletter.

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