Nov. 29th, 2010

001 - Наталья

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Туризм - красивейшие уголки мира

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Nov. 15th, 2010

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Cashflow игра в большие деньги

Игра Cashflow

Aug. 8th, 2010

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Косметика Доктор Пьер Рико

"Истинная красота приобретается с возрастом!" – считают специалисты Лаборатории Dr.Pierre Picaud и уже более 20 лет разрабатывают средства, которые помогают предупредить и замедлить старение кожи, чтобы красота не увядала, а расцветала с каждым днём. Косметика Доктор Пьер Рико зарекомендовала себя, как эффективная и качественная. Купить косметику Dr.Pierre Ricaud можно только сделав заказ по каталогу.

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Эффект "новой кожи" после 7 дней!
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Apr. 19th, 2007

Woody Goddess

avhi

MUST SEE MOVIE

www.212movie.com

I am not a part of this, I'm not making any money by selling anything related to this.

I just want you all to visit this site and see this movie, called 212 degrees.

It is very short.

I challenge each of you to watch this and think about the things in life and your job or your own business that are your "Why"s (why you get up in the morning, why you do what you do, etc).

This had quite an impact on me.

Apr. 14th, 2007

YTB

avhi

Top 10 reasons why I'm LOVING my business!

And yet ANOTHER Reason why I love my business! But let me break it down for you.

1. My own online travel website that works 24/7/365.
2. Same engine that powers Travelocity, so my prices are competitive!
3. I can choose to just sell travel, just sell the business opportunity, or do both. And there's no pressure from anyone at any time.
4. GREAT Training and support. The home office calls ME before I call them.
5. I save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every year because its a home-based business (this one alone should get you home owners on this bandwagon!)
6. I make money, travel and THEN pay taxes, instead of the other way around.
7. Two words. Honeymoon Registry!
8. I sell MUCH More than travel on my website! Flowers, Golf Tee Times, Tickets, Disney....etc!
9. DUH! Travel SELLS! No need to buy products and convince people to buy my product - everyone wants what I have!

And the newest one...
10. Hi, I'm Ana and I'm your Association Specialist!

What does number 10 mean? It means that if you belong to or know organizations - whether non-profit or for-profit. I have been trained to work with your organization to set up a new stream of donations/income by setting up a special website for your organization. Then your organization can fundraise by having your members or others book the travel that they will already be booking anyway, through your website and your organization will earn commission!

For anyone who knows me, they know I am VERY passionate about causes. Just think about the potential revenue that can be raised for non-profits, through a new stream of fundraising, that isn't just asking for more money!

I LOVE IT!!!!

Churches, Health organizations, Social Organizations....WEEEEEEEE!!!! I can give back through my own business. This is great.

Apr. 6th, 2007

YTB

avhi

UGH! Multi-Level Marketing Companies SUCK!!!!

No, actually, they don't.

Robert Kiyosaki (author, Rich Dad, Poor Dad) actually encourages entrepeneurs to join Multi-Level Marketing programs (or MLMs) for their invaluable experience.

More than likely, you've spent a bit of time selling Avon, or Mary Kay, or Amway, or one of the other countless companies who depend on Direct (aka Relationship) Marketing. If so, you are more likely understand the point of this post a bit more easily.

"I'd NEVER do anything like Direct selling"

To you, I say this - you do it every day. You just don't get paid for it 85-90% of the time.

Every day you sell yourself (for lack of a better phrase). You sell who you are and what you are capable of doing, to your boss and co-workers at your job. You sell it to your friends and acquaintances. You sell it to perfect strangers. If you are a banker in a branch, or behind the concession stand at a movie theater - people will listen to what you have to say about the products and services you are selling before they say yes or no.

When people ask for your opinion on something, or you offer your advice, you've just engaged in Direct Marketing. Yes. You have.

The same principle works with MLM. The only difference is that now you are making connections with people that you might not have made connections with before. And you are doing it with intent.

The simple fact is that when it comes to MLM companies, many of them leave a bad taste in your mouth because THEY fail YOU. The product may be great, but the support and training system may be horrible. Or the compensation structure is too complicated or unattainable. Or everything may be great except the product itself - and you spend your time trying to convince people that they really NEED those massaging toe muffs.

Those are just pyramid schemes!

Well...pyramid schemes are illegal. MLMs (I can't speak for them all) are not. and I'll tell ya...people love calling MLMs pyramid schemes, but don't label their own jobs as pyramid schemes. Would you rather be paid over and over again for a relationship that you started once under an MLM? Or would you rather have to work hour after hour duplicating and exceeding what you just did last week so that you can get paid ONCE at your job?

John Rockefeller said "I'd rather make 1% of the efforts of 100 people, than 100% of my own efforts." This makes sense. 1% of the efforts of 100 people will always amount to more than 100% of your own efforts, even a bunch of those 100 will not lift a finger.

"Well I don't want to have to talk to anybody!/I don't know alot of people."

1. You already talk to MANY more people than you realize.
2. If you don't want to talk to people, then owning your own business is not for you.

Yes, you read correctly. Whether the business is a MLM or your own brick and mortar business, in order for your business to exist YOU NEED TO TALK TO PEOPLE. You NEED to engage them in Direct (Relationship) Marketing in order for them to choose your product/service over someone else's. Do not make the mistake in thinking that they will find you. Some may. Many won't. And if you want to survive longer than 6-12 months, you are going to need to do some serious talking.

So who do you talk to? Always start with the basics and then work your way out.
- Your family. Yes, even distant ones you see every 10 years.
- Your friends. Yes, even distant ones you see every 10 years.
- Your colleagues/coworkers/bosses. This can be tricky and even work against you, so use discretion here.
- Past colleagues/coworkers/bosses.
- Your past and current Network of people
- Your local business owners. Your doctor, your hair stylist, your grocery store clerk, your mailman, etc.
- Your local community spots. The library, local organizations, both entrepeneurial and social.
- Local businesses you don't already associate with
- Perfect Strangers.

And last, but not least....All of the people that anyone in the above list know, and all the organizations they are all a part of!

So get out there and start practicing some Relationship Marketing! In other words...Network! You'll be glad you did.
YTB

avhi

Get Started Already

Many of us say we want to own our own businesses and be our own boss. If you are one of them, then good for you. But let me let you in on a little secret...

You may be your own worst employee.

For so many of us, once we start our own businesses, we slack off in a way we'd NEVER imagine doing if we were working for someone else. We tend to spin the wheels. We get ready to get ready. We buy all of the gadgets and techno toys we really didn't need because it would 'boost' business. But have you sold a single thing? No.

Will you? Maybe one here, one there. But if you did that at your current job, you'd be out in the street in less than a month.

So why are we so horrible to our own selves? Why do we work ourselves to the ground for others, but set ourselves up to fail when it comes to our own success?

Well, chances are, that's how you were raised. You were taught that you need to work hard and earn the money others saw fit to give you for your efforts. The more you worked, the more they'd give you and the more they'd promote you, right? RIGHT? And then, after all that, it was up to your boss to tell you it was OK for you to take some time to concentrate on yourself. Great, let me take the pennies I'm left with and refresh my soul to come back to you and lose it all over again.

So its no wonder that, when people start their own business, they are doing so part time. And this is where things fall apart if people are not careful. You start your own business -- then your business is just as important as your current job!! Why is it that you continue to get home late from the other job (though no one has forced you to stay late)? Why do you say to yourself "I'll work on my business next week, right now, I have to work on the presentation all night for my job."?

You need to start making you and your business a priority. There is NEVER going to be a perfect time for you to start. Just START where you are. Better tools will present themselves to you.

Start making arrangements to keep your job at your job - stop taking home work. Do it between 9-5. Too many meetings, you say? Can't get your work done because you spend all days talking to others? Then you need to a) put your foot down and challenge the necessity of the meetings and b) you need to start scheduling daily 2-3 hour meetings with yourself. Its amazing how much less your 'meetings' get when they look at your outlook and work around your schedule. Understand this...at your job, you are NEVER free. Your calendar should show that very point.

Don't forget to say no to meetings at 5pm or Later. I've literally told my boss no and they LEARNED not to schedule meetings after 4:30. If you let them run your life, They will.

You and your business are your priority. Treat it like the VIP it is. If you don't have too much time to work on it, then your actions need to be deliberate and direct. Do not engage in an activity that doesn't provide results!

I knew someone who was "preparing to prepare to start". At the end of two months he was frustrated because he had spent so much time and money on his business and had received nothing for his efforts. I sat down with him and said that all he was doing was spinning his wheels and he needed to stop any activity that was not immediately showing results. He argued with me for over an hour about how it was crucial that he needed be ready to answer all questions and be set for anything that came his way from his clients and his team in order to be an effective leader and business person.

At the end of his speech I looked at him and said, "Ok fine. So what do your clients and your team think of all this?" And he responded "I don't HAVE any!"

And I responded. "Exactly."

All the preparation in the world means nothing if you can't put it to use. You can't learn to be a fantastic leader until you start building a team to lead! You can't be a cruise guru if you aren't selling cruises! And it happens to all of us because we don't want make a mistake and seem weak or shady in front of others.

Once he realized what I was saying, he stopped buying the guides and just started having fun with promoting his business. Within DAYS, he had added three people to his team and several travel clients.

So If you have a business, ask yourself if you are spinning the wheels or are you going somewhere? If you are looking to start a business, keep all this in the back of your mind and watch out for the signs.

Best of luck!