Sunday, April 01, 2007

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Your Own Membership Site

Russell Brunson has something new out that you might want to take a look at. It’s called Affiliate Landmine and it just launched.

Russell has a membership site, but instead of selling memberships one at a time by himself, he’s selling blocks of memberships with resell rights…

Basically he is offering to do all of the work on that membership site, and allow you to keep all of the profits. The licenses are limited of course, so take a look if you think this is something you might be interested in:


Russell describes his membership site as: “It is the membership site I am most proud of because of the concept is SO unique and because of all the backend earnings potential for my members.

The site is called “Affiliate Landmine” and each month I give my members actual landmines that they can use to earn HUGE affiliate commissions…”

Russell is selling a block of 500 memberships for $297. You can in turn sell each of these memberships for $19.95/month - or give lifetime access for $197. This is a great opportunity for those of you that are reaching the right market for it (or have the ability to)!


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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Change Your Thinking. Change Your Life.

By: Sherry Frewerd

Have you ever given up on a dream because you've listened to that 'little voice' in your head that tells you that you 'can't do it' or 'what's the point?' That inner voice is the critic inside of everyone that causes many bright futures to come to a screaming halt. Just like the mommy who freaks out when little Johnny runs with a stick, your inner 'mom' worries and frets over new challenges that arise, very often creating enough doubt to make you believe you can't do it, whatever it may be.

There are times when listening to your 'gut' comes in handy, but for the most part, what is perceived as a gut reaction is simply fear of failure or rejection before the event even takes place. How can you squelch your inner critic so that you can move on and build the business that you dream of?

According to Jennie England's article 'Make Friends With Your Inner Critic' from the direct sales resource 'Build It Big', there are steps you can take to transform your critic. First, listen to your inner voice and make a list of what you hear, elaborating on how you feel about each. Ms.England says that you should choose a response to what your critic tells you, and make a choice to ignore the negative. Remember to reaffirm your best qualities daily and you will 'reprogram' yourself to take your critic's suggestions as positive messages rather than constant negatives. (Build It Big.

Choosing to challenge your 'little voices' and change your negative thinking will have an impact on every aspect of your life, creating positive habits that even your worst inner critic can't bring down.

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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Expect Success in Your Home-Based Business

by Diana Ennen

That’s right! Don’t sit back and hope that clients will come your way and that this business might work for you. Expect it! Go in with a winning attitude. An attitude that no matter what obstacles come your way, no matter what challenges arise, you will meet them. Not only will you meet them, you will face them and grow in strength by overcoming, and rising above them. Expect Success!

Let's look at where you are in your business. Some of you are seasoned work-at-home moms with thriving practices, while others have just entered into the arena. You want what those pros have. Well -- don't just want it—Except it. Make this your motto. Start each new project, or each new marketing venture, with this new attitude, and with this new motto—Expect Success. Before long, it becomes second nature to you. You start automatically assuming the outcome will be successful.

Now, in starting a business there are some steps you have to take. You'll find the first one is the big one. It's the Attitude Step. You need to make the transformation from "employee" or "stay-at-home mom” to successful entrepreneur. The mind-set changes right from there. Expect Success!

Next we're on to some of the business basics. A successful entrepreneur professionally chooses the name that best suits their business. To do this, they visualize that name on their business cards, on their signature line, on the bottom of the letter, with the name President directly right above it. Expect Success! Now, more motivated than ever, our successful entrepreneur needs to choose that all important domain name and get ideas for a website. They research the net for days, weeks, writing down all the fine qualities they see in other web sites. Never copying! Merely researching, constantly thinking of ways to be different and unique makes it work. How they can combine their own strengths and skills to fit into their business, which will then be listed on THEIR WEB SITE. They read. They write. They Dream!

At this point they start seeing that "Yes, it will happen." In their research they have found the organizations, associations and listserves that the other entrepreneurs in their field are active on. They have seen the common denominators of those that are successful. They too get involved. They look for additional training courses, if needed, and sign up for the ones they know will help them meet their goals. They develop their marketing plan and design their promotional materials. They read everything they can on starting a business. They have a plan, and they EXPECT SUCCESS!! They now see that the future of their business is just within their reach. They share with others their excitement, and then they wait for the time they can finally say, “I'm ready!” EXPECT SUCCESS, and it can be yours.

Diana Ennen is the author of numerous books including Virtual Assistant: the Series, Become a Highly Successful, Sought After VA and Words From Home, Start, Run and Profit from a Home-Based Word Processing Business. She specializes in publicity and book marketing and is president of Virtual Word Publishing and

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Sunday, January 22, 2006

What motivates you?

I would love to hear what motivates you in your business? Tell me what company you represent too. Let me know by leaving a comment on this post.

Here's mine:

I am a Creative Memories Consultant I am motivated by the products. They are so high quality and the products all go together so perfectly. The company keeps coming up with such great stuff. Especially the organizers and the new album that is coming next month is fabulous!

I want to sell more so I can buy more! LOL.

Plus, I do it for my kids and my family. The albums I make for us are sometimes Sometimes just plain and simple with pictures and writing only. Sometimes they are lavish with stickers and borders. But, the writing is the most important part. The more we can write about our famiy's life the more we can relive the happy times and even the sad ones too.

That's what motivates me to be a Creative Memories Consultant for life! Is that something you would like in your life? If you'd like to know more then you can visit my website and send me an e-mail
Shannon Webb
Moms Motivate Moms

Today's Motivational Qoute

"A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds."
- Francis Bacon

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Be persistant!

Be persistant with the actions and steps you need to take to achieve your goal.

If you fail. Try again. Don't give up after the first or second try.

Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessfulpeople with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone a reomnipotent. The slogan "press on" has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. -- Calvin Coolidge

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Reaching Goals in Direct Sales

Reaching Goals in Direct Sales
By: Kara Kelso

From surveys and experience, we've noticed many setting excellent goals for their business. We've also noticed that while the goals being set are good, the results aren't. Around 90% of those in Direct Sales do SET goals, but never reach them.

So the question comes to mind.....are you making the right plans to reach your goals? It's GREAT to set a certain amount you want to make, so you have a little motivation, but without the proper planning reaching that goal is going to be more difficult.

Ask yourself the following questions:

What have you done in the past that created sales? How can you improve on ideas for creating sales? What ideas for sales have you seen but not tried?

Take a minute to write down every way you can think of to make your sales (such as through parties, catalog shows, drawings, etc), then make some more specific goals for doing each task. Such as "contact 10 people and book at least 3 shows".

Once you have a plan in motion, be sure to stick with it! A dream won't become reality if you are just simply wishing for it.

If you have an idea of how to get to your goal, well that's half the battle. The next part of course is taking action. You should have your goals AND plans clearly written in a place you can see. It's true everyone has their own way of setting and reaching goals, which is fine, but everyone needs to have them BOTH written down in some way.

If you don't have a goal or even a plan, now is a perfect time to start!

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