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Monday, February 12, 2007

New Years Resolutions

Here we are one month into the New Year and yet some of us have already both proclaimed our New Years Resolutions and broken them as well.

Although I had a pretty good idea why most people didn’t keep their promises to themselves to lose weight or find a better job, or get in better physical shape by exercising regularly or any number of other resolutions, it only occurred to me recently one of the major flaws in our ability to keep these promises.

Right after the new year, during a training session by my friend, business associate, and our team mentor, he mentioned that he had given up making resolutions some years ago as they rarely were accomplished. Coming from someone this successful, this statement came as a surprise. He then went on to say he had replaced his resolutions with a simple business practice, one that made sense but still didn’t explain why Resolutions were so hard to master and be successful in completing. His practice was very basic and simple, To ask himself every day, “What can I do today to be productive that will move my business forward.”

I contemplated on this for a couple of weeks until last week, when I stumbled upon a poster displayed in a classroom where I occasionally substitute teach. The answer I had been searching for finally suddenly occurred to me. My Mentor had discovered the answer but his message was not as apparent or profound as the statement made by the poster.

The poster was entitled “The Top 10 New Years Resolutions For Business Success”. After reading the top ten list, I had the “Why” I was looking for.
The New Years Resolutions we aspire to are usually stated in the form of a goal or end result. That is the problem. New Years Resolutions in the form of an end result usually do not include a specific course of action needed to achieve our desired goals, resulting in abandonment due to lack of progress. Resolutions should be stated in the form of an action to be taken on a regular and consistent basis to successfully achieve our desired results.

Here are the Top Ten New Years Resolutions For Business Success.

1.) Learn How to Delegate and Do More of it.
2.) Promote Your Business Regularly and Consistently
3.) Make Business Planning a Weekly Event
4.) Learn Something New.
5.) Join a Business Organization or Networking Group.
6.) Give Something Back To Your Community.
7.) Put Time for You on Your Calendar.
8.) Set Realistic Goals.
9.) Don’t Make Do – Get a New One.
10.) Drop What Not Working For You and Move On.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Author Unknown
Setting priorities in life allows us time to fit everything we want into
our lives without becoming stressed out and having to omit important
things because we failed to plan for them .
George Marshall

When things in your life seems almost too much to handle, when 24 hours
in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar and the 2 cups of coffee.

A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him.

When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large and empty
mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls. He then asked the
students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was.

The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured them into the jar.
He shook the jar lightly. The pebbles rolled into the open areas between the
golf balls. He then asked the students again if the jar was full they agreed
it was.

The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured it into the jar. Of
course, the sand filled up everything else. He asked once more if the jar
was full. The students responded with a unanimous "yes."

The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table and
poured the entire contents into the jar, effectively filling the empty space
between the sand. The students laughed.

"Now," said the professor, as the laughter subsided, "I want you to
recognize that this jar represents your life. The golf balls are the
important things - your family, your children, your health, your
friends, and your favorite passions -- things that if everything else was
lost and only they remained your life would still be full.

The pebbles are the other things that matter like your job, your house, and
your car.

The sand is everything else -- the small stuff.

If you put the sand into the jar first," he continued, "there is no room for
the pebbles or the golf balls. The same goes for life. If you spend all your
time and energy on the small stuff, you will never have room for the things
that are important to you.

Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness. Play with
your children. Take time to get medical checkups. Take your partner out to
dinner. Play another 18. There will always be time to clean the house and
fix the disposal."

Take care of the golf balls first -- the things that really matter. Set your
priorities. The rest is just sand."

One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the coffee

The professor smiled. "I'm glad you asked. It just goes to show you that no
matter how full your life may seem, there's always room for a couple of cups
of coffee with a friend."

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Enjoy Your Coffee!
Author Unknown
I received this little bit of wisdom from a very good friend today and wanted to pass it on to share with all my friends, associates and team members.... We should all take note.... it holds a very good lesson.
.......George Marshall

A group of alumni, highly established in their careers, got together to visit their old university professor. Conversation soon turned into complaints about stress in work and in life. Offering his guests coffee, the professor went to the kitchen and returned with a large pot of coffee and an assortment of cups - porcelain, plastic, glass, crystal, some plain-looking, some expensive, some exquisite - telling them to help themselves to the coffee, and cream and sugar.

When all the students had a cup of coffee in hand, the professor said: "If you noticed, all the nice-looking, expensive cups were taken up, leaving behind the plain and cheap ones. While it is normal for you to want only the best for yourselves, THAT is the source of your problems and stress. Be assured that the cup itself adds no quality to the coffee. In most cases, it is just more expensive, and in some cases even hides what we drink. What all of you really wanted was coffee, not the cup, but you consciously went for the best cups . . . And then, you began eyeing each other's cups."

"Now consider this: Life is the coffee; the jobs, money and position in society are the cups. They are just tools to hold and contain Life, and the type of cup we have does not define, nor change, the quality of Life we live. Sometimes, by concentrating only on the cup, we fail to enjoy the coffee.
Lest we forget, true success in life comes not from our having reached a destination, but from having enjoyed the journey along the way.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Why Most Internet Marketing Coaching Sucks
by Gregg Hall

I received this article from Apex Marketing, which was posted on Gregg's Blog... Marketers Mind, a very insightful post which brings me to a very important fact I will later divulge.... George Marshall

Have you ever wanted someone to call on to help you with internet marketing related questions like web promotion, search engine optimization, blogging, social bookmarking and other important issues related to online business? Maybe you have tried a coaching program and were dissatisfied. Well, if so you are not alone.

The problem with most coaching programs in the first place is that there is no one-on-one consulting available. You get access to a website with a forum and monthly tele-seminars but no real access to the so-called guru you are paying. If you do get access it is usually to some third party outsourced by the guru and probably in another country. In addition a great many of the so-called gurus can only talk to you in the evening because they are still working a regular job!

A big problem I experienced myself when I first started was that no one would give you exact answers. Many of the coaches are the same today. They won’t tell you what you need to change a headline or title tag to, just that you need to change it. I don’t know about you but I was looking for exact advice not suggestions on what to try. You would think that if someone has been doing something for a long time they would know what works. Someone experienced should be able to look at your site for five minutes and show you the things you need to change. Of course evaluating linking, backlinks, keywords, and other issues may take a little longer but 95% of websites have simple things wrong with them that can make a huge difference in their search engine results.

Another issue of course is the price. With most internet marketing coaches charging anywhere from $250 to $800 per month or even several thousand dollars upfront the average person can’t afford it. Yeah, it may be okay for members of large corporations with deep pockets but not for the little guy just trying to learn the ropes or the person who is trying to just get to that point where they can finally say goodbye to their J.O.B. and actually earn a living online. I think coaching needs to be affordable to the people who really need it.

Another issue is that the coach doesn’t really care. All they want to do is take your money and just like the owners of health clubs they don’t really care if you use the program or not. A coach that is really concerned about your success will email you and remind you that you need to talk to them. If you are guaranteed a certain amount of time per month to be able to speak to the coach, he wants you to use it. Do you have a coach like that?

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I could not agree more with Gregg's synopsis, most of the coaching I have found is pretty lame. That is until I ran into a business building system called Pay-It-Forward-4-Profits.
Not only does the system come with a built in comprehensive Success Marketing Guide that is layed out step by step, so simple anyone with an internet and computer sauve that is at least average, can follow without much difficulty. It is also backed up with an unparalled mentoring team of extremely successful internet marketers that are completely accessible to each and all but the amazing part is, their services are totally FREE. Hence the name Pay-It-Forward, based on the Movie. Anyone that desires to gain enough internet marketing knowledge sufficient to become successful and create an income from the internet, can do so with this system. The system is also designed to generate an endless supply of leads, prospects and even an income from those leads to sufficient to fund the advertising costs.

A truly amazing business building system that is revolutionizing the way internet marketing is being approached. ...George Marshall

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Pay It Forward--The High Road To Success In A Network Marketing Home Business By George Shears

George Shears is a friend and business associate in Pay It Forward 4 Profits, a business building funded sponsoring system that we share in while helping others to build primary businesses. George has done an explicit job in illustrating the true meaning of the phrase Pay-It-Forward... George Marshall

If you're in network or internet marketing--or if you're considering starting a home business in one or both of these closely related industries--I strongly encourage you to do yourself a big favor and watch the movie, "Pay It Forward"--and/or read the book of the same name by Catherine Ryan Hyde. Even if you've already seen the movie, you might benefit from another review.

This charming story, starring Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, and Haley Joel Osment, made its debut in the year 2000. It's main protagonist is an idealistic 12-year-old boy named Trevor. As a result of getting an extra-credit assignment in school to "think of an idea for world change, and put it into action," he rediscovers the ancient wisdom of unconditional altruism and enthusiastically puts it into action.

Here's how he describes it to his mother and teacher: "You see, I do something real good for three people. And then when they ask how they can pay it back, I say they have to Pay It Forward. To three more people. Each. So nine people get helped. Then those people have to do twenty-seven."

He then turns on his calculator, punches in some numbers and says, "Then it sort of spreads out, see. To eighty-one. Then two hundred forty-three. Then seven hundred twenty-nine. Then two thousand, one hundred eighty-seven. See how big it gets?"

Anyone who has sat through a traditional network marketing recruiting session is likely to recognize that this is like hearing a very familiar word, with the emphasis on a different syl-LAB-le, so to speak. In the prevailing network marketing counterpart of Trevor's "three paying it forward to three" idea, it's commonly called "three GETTING three." And what a huge difference that word, "getting," can make!

Whereas Trevor's approach is driven by pure altruism, its traditional network marketing counterpart, unfortunately, is commonly tinged by a fair amount of greed. After over four years in network marketing, I'm strongly convinced that this emphasis on getting, instead of giving, contributes significantly to failure--or, at the very least, significantly reduces one's level of success and satisfaction in network marketing.

I think that a strong case can be made, in fact, that the very heart of successful network marketing consists in helping others, or "paying it forward," to use Trevor's term. In this regard, when I'm personally interviewing a prospective business partner, one of the most important things I want to know is to what degree s/he likes helping others.

For network marketers who enjoy helping others, developing and maintaining a strong, consistent pay-it-forward mindset is highly rewarding in at least the following ways:

1. Helping your business team members be successful generates a high degree of consistent satisfaction for you, which can help enormously in sustaining you while you're on your way to reaching your financial goals.

2. With this emphasis, you simultaneously provide the support, guidance, and mentoring that is absolutely essential to THEIR success. Without this kind of consistent support, many or most of them are likely to become discouraged and give up.

3. Maintaining a consistent pay-it-forward mindset will help you to stay committed to the day-by-day PROCESS of building your business, instead of being preoccupied with how much (or how little) money you're earning. Anything that helps you in this regard is pure gold--especially in the early stages of business-building.

4. By consistently modeling the pay-it-forward philosophy in relating to your apprentices, you will teach them in the most powerful way possible to emulate you. Absolutely nothing else you teach them will pay bigger dividends than this as they pay it forward to the people they sponsor.

5. As you strongly internalize the pay-it-forward attitude with its intrinsic emphasis on giving over getting, others are likely to sense that you're someone who sincerely wants to help them, rather than just have them as pawns on your chessboard, so to speak. The more you project this attitude, then, the more you will help create a climate of trust. And this, obviously, will help you to build strong relationships with everyone you work with.

6. There's an old saying in network marketing that I think has considerable validity--namely that the people you're looking for are also looking for you. Given that "birds of a feather flock together," as you assume a pay-it-forward posture, you're likely to attract others with a similar attitude and a readiness to join you in building a pay-it-forward business. The more of them who join you in your business, the more successful and satisfied you're likely to be.

7. In the circus-like climate of hype and excessive emphasis on getting rich quick that currently pervades internet advertising, anyone who offers instead a sincere pay-it-forward approach is likely to stand out like an eagle in a flock of crows. Paying it forward, then, can be far more effective as a means of advertising to highly qualified prospects than promising them instant wealth through endless forced matrices, powerlines, "turnkey systems" and the like.

As Trevor learned, however, not everyone is a good candidate for paying it forward. So it's important to have an effective method for determining who are the best people to pay it forward to. A simple and effective way of doing this is first to offer very clearly your willingness to help EVERYONE who joins you in your business and provide a simple initial assignment for them to complete. Those who complete the assignment, whatever it is, or who ask for help of some kind in completing it, are the ones who are most likely to reciprocate as you offer further assistance.

You can use a similar approach in seeking qualified prospects for your business. Begin by simply offering them something of value in exchange for their contact information so that you can follow up by offering them further valuable information. Through this process, they will get a foretaste of the pay-it-forward orientation that you offer as a business leader. When you then offer them the ultimate gift of joining you in your business, the ones who respond positively are likely to be the people you're looking for.

In order to not fall into what some have called "idiot compassion," however, it's important to continue paying forward only to those who show through their actions that they are similarly committed to paying it forward to others.

When all members of your business team share this strong mutual commitment, your business will be primarily organized around the principle of paying it forward or helping others, rather than being primarily focused on just making money. Paradoxically, however, the greater the emphasis is on helping others, the more likely it is that you'll also have optimal financial success.

George Shears is a retired psychologist and psychotherapist who has spent most of his adult life helping others to become more successful in their lives. In retirement, this continues to be one of his primary missions. His main venue for doing so is network and internet marketing through a revolutionary new online business-building system called Pay It Forward 4 Profits. He is currently seeking new apprentices to train and mentor in using this remarkable, proven system.

He can be contacted at: 651-204-0523

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Why Has The Free Franchise Concept Taken The Online World With Such A Storm? By Don Keith

I received this article in this mornings mail from Truly, Pay-It-Forward-4-Profits has become a legend in its own time. It's time has arrived; a MLM business building tool, the likes of which have never been seen before, has experienced such an enormous success, like never before seen in Internet Marketing . Don has taken the time to analyze just some of the reasons why it has become such a "hit" with Internet Marketers...An excellent and straightforward expose'. George Marshall

When one realizes the phenomenal growth of some of the Free
Franchise systems since early 2006, the question of "Why?"
often comes to mind. Well, as with most new phenomena,
there is more than one good reason and I'm sure I haven't
identified them all but here is what I believe to be the
"big" reason for this growth explosion.

The idea of a free franchise for online business building
has addressed a large and obvious need in the Network
Marketing, Multi-level marketing or MLM industry. There are
more than one of these systems where they provide a proven
step-by-step type of franchise system for marketing almost
any product or service successfully online using the
internet. Following a generic proven process of online
marketing allows almost any distributorship or MLM to work
successfully for the "average Jane or Joe" without the age
old "dread" of having to "take it" first to ones friends
and family.

A few years ago the movie Pay It Forward demonstrated the
value of investing today in people and resources and then
making them available for free to benefit the lives of
others. It's a little different slant on the old theme of
"we reap what we sow". This principle of "paying it
forward" ie: investing today in people with the expectation
that the good fruits will return to you in the future has
boomed online since early 2006.

Those who have started these free franchises have invested
thousands of dollars and hours and then taken their finely
tuned success system with vast resources of training and
made it available to the masses for FREE. They could have
charged large fees for their system and training as most
traditional franchises do, but instead, they have chosen to
"pay it forward" (using the movie's terminology). The
results are seen in an amazing growth within these
franchises as people from all kinds of different businesses
start to learn and use these systems as the vehicle for
growing their existing business or starting a new one

When one starts poking around in the free members areas of
most of these systems, it is almost overwhelming. There is
such a vast array of live and recorded training, member
forum activities, tools and resources. These are available
to help one learn and use the system to realize profits
that can then be used to fund your business's accelerated
growth. The main thing that prevents it all from being
overwhelming is the clear and straight forward step-by-step
or "paint by numbers" system they use to walk you through
the learning curve.

There are hundreds of companies that use the MLM approach
to marketing their goods or services because of the low
start-up costs and quick to market results that often
accompany that venue. The appeal of MLM to the millions
who would love to become independent and "take their job
and shove it" is well known. Equally well known however is
the traditional (and VERY unappealing) approach of trying
to take the "opportunity" first to friends and family
(commonly referred to as your warm market).

What the developers of these free franchise systems have
done, is to provide a system to train and educate the
average person (including those with minimal computer or
internet experience) in successful internet marketing
without any out of pocket cost for the training and
sometimes personal mentoring. With these new skills in
hand, the "newbie" starting out can get their business up
and running and profitable before they ever go talk to
their friends and neighbors about "the opportunity" or
their products or services. In fact the systems are
designed so that you really never need to talk with any one
until they have already responded to an impersonal online
invitation and thereby shown an interest and asked for more

When a person starts with a proven online marketing system,
they are directed to the top productivity tools on the
internet. These are among the very best in their class -
proven over time by the system developers. While the tools
do cost money, with many of them, there is also an
affiliate or commission program that can also earn cash to
put into or "fund" the promotion of one's main business.
This quicker cash flow that then funds the building of the
main or primary business is why the systems are often
called "funded proposals".

By making small amounts of cash with business building
resources like website domain and hosting, lead generation,
networking, traffic and advertising tools or services, the
online business person then has fresh cash to "fund" the
growth of their primary business. These systems not only
point the uninitiated to the best tools and services, they
often provide audio and video training on the best and most
effective ways to use them. The developers have really
taken thousands of dollars worth of trial and error out of
the process of building a business on the web if a person
follows the proven system.

I have been very impressed at the number that really "tell
it like it is". With the best of these, you are warned
that if you are looking for that ever evasive "silver
bullet" that will solve all of your problems without any
expense or effort then you need to look elsewhere. These
successful (and sometimes multi-millionaire mentors)
actually tell you that you have to invest your time, talent
and resources and be patient and persistent if you want to
be successful.

They give you training, point you to the tools, programs
and techniques that are proven to help you in the process,
but they also regularly "hammer home" the principle that
there "is no free lunch". Success comes as a result of a
burning desire, determined effort and your own actual

Would you like to work at home or work from home and be
your own boss? Are you tired of all the hype - the "make a
million in minutes while sipping your pina colada" sales
pitches and the "quick easy money" seductions (because
you've tried them and lost both time and money)? If so,
then one of these free franchises for building your
existing business online (or starting a new one) might be
just right for you.

Because they are free, you can register and then go look at
the steps. Listen to the training, ask questions of other
members in the forum if they have one and decide (with no
pressure) if you really are willing to work and invest in a
realistic and proven way to gain your future financial
freedom. If you are, you might be the path you will want to
follow is one where you have the benefits of a proven
franchise but where the system and training are free. Take
some time and check them out - it may change your future

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Sunday, December 10, 2006

Using Failure to Further Your Future

By Chris Widener

Does anyone remember how many times Abraham Lincoln failed, not only in his political career, but his personal life as well before he was finally elected "President Of The United States"?

We should all take the hint to heart....... George Mashall

Tip! A man doesn't become a failure until he is satisfied with being one.

"You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it." Margaret Thatcher

Failure. Even the word sounds bad, doesn't it? That is because since the time we were just young children we were taught that failure was bad. But is that true? Is failure bad? Let's consider some things.

Tip! Failure is merely an opportunity to start over, wiser than before

I like a baseball analogy. Do you know what the record is for a season batting average (That means how many times the batter successfully hit to get on base)? It is a gentleman by the name of Ted Williams and his season batting average was .411 one year. That means that out of 1000 times at bat he would get a hit 411 times. That is considered by baseball fans as one of the greatest records ever. There are players making millions of dollars who hit .280!

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But what does that stat also tell us if we flip it around? It tells us that the best season any batter ever had in the major leagues was a FAILURE RATE of .589! Even the best fail on a regular basis!

What about the richest people on Wall Street? Do they fail? Of course they do. They pick the bad stocks sometimes, but they cut their loses and learn from their failure.

Did Michael Jordan miss shots? Over 50% of them!

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So what about all this? What does this mean for us? The fact is, I think we can learn a lot about failure that will actually make us a great success. So here are some thoughts to help you use failure to further your future!

Failure is inevitable if you are trying for greatness. Failure is something we must accept as a part of the road we travel to success. This is a very important item and number one on the list because a lot of what stops people from pursuing success is their fear that they may fail and not reach their destination. When we embrace the fact that we will fail, and that is okay, then we have nothing to fear anymore. Instead, we keep our eyes open and pick ourselves up, adjust from the failure, and move on.

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Failure is never failure unless you fail to learn something from it. That's right, we ought to stop calling these bumps in the road "failures" and start calling them "Learning Experiences!" When you fail, the first thing you should think is "What can I learn from this?" If you can pull just one idea out of that question, then the experience was worth it.

Sometimes failure is a blessing in disguise. Just ask the 3M Company. They were looking for an incredible adhesive and actually got a sticky paste that held, but not permanently. What a failure! No, instead, they spread some on the back of little sheets of yellow paper and called them "Post-It Notes." Have some? I'm sure you do. The 3M company thanks you for rewarding their "failure."

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People won't think poorly of you if you fail. This is perhaps the biggest myth, and the one that causes us to never attempt our dreams. We don't try because of what Aunt Martha may say about us at the family reunion. The truth is, however, that people will actually respect you for trying. The only thing I have found that people think poorly about you is if you handle yourself badly when you fail. Sore losers get the bad press, not people who attempt great things!

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Failure isn't the end but the beginning. One of our greatest fears is that our whole world will collapse if we fail. Or at least the project will. The truth is that that rarely happens! Most of the time we can pick back up again, make some adjustments and be on our way! This is a new beginning. Now there is no need to go down the road you have already taken, so there is one less option you have to try on your new journey.

Sometimes we miss out on success because we quit in the middle of a problem and it becomes a failure instead of an obstacle we could have persevered through. When people encounter trouble they have a tendency to quit. And then they see themselves as having failed. My question is this: What if they would have kept on going - persevered? Perhaps they would have struggled a bit and then broke free again. The failure happened only because they quit! So don't give up - keep pushing - and perhaps you will see yourself through to victory!

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The greatest thing to overcome is the fear of failure. Most of the battle is right between our ears. It has been said that "we have nothing to fear but fear itself," and that is true because in most of our "failures," the end result is usually much less than we feared it would be. Yet in giving into fear and not trying, we suffer the ultimate consequence - no success! So begin to tell yourself the good stuff! Change the direction of your thinking and begin to see the possibilities of success, not failure.

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Remember, properly looked at, failure can help you further your future!


Questions to ask yourself when you "fail":

What can I learn from this?

What did I do right in this?

Where did this go wrong?

How can I start again?

What resources do I need to make sure this doesn't happen again?

Then use the answers to these questions to plot your new course.

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their potential into performance, succeed in every area of their lives and
achieve their dreams.

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