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I’m the type of person who believes that

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I’m the type of person who believes that we can find lessons from anything. Napoleon Hill said it best, “…every defeat or adversary carries with it the seed of an equivalent or greater benefit.” All we have to do is be aware of what’s going on around us. Although movies for example aren’t aren’t an adversary of defeat, they are used primarily for pure entertainment. Many of us aren’t aware of their message or meaning, that really can aid us in our own journey of life.

Someone actually took the time to compile “7 minutes of ‘Words Of Wisdom’” from 40 different film-clips. You might recognize some of the clips from these films, they’re very famous quotes that you may have heard at one time or another (possibly from someone you hang around with). One of the reasons I like the MLM community is because it’s aware of and tuned in to this type of stuff. Although none of these films have anything to do with Network Marketing or MLM in general, they carry with them a great life lesson.

To Your Success…

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Written by Les Heichel

April 16, 2011 at 12:50 pm

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How To Get Gas For $1 Per Gallon With Yo

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How To Get Gas For $1 Per Gallon With Your ZamZuu Buisness!
Right now more than ever the price of gas is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Right now this is what everyone is talking about and what is coming up in more conversations than anything else.
BUT…did you know that as a ZamZuu Home Based Business Owner your gas ‘should’ be only costing you $1 per gallon? Now before you start thinking…“Man, that coach is amazing, what oil company did he cut a deal with?” – let me say that no matter what home-based business you’re in you can make these gas prices work for you and EXPLODE your business like never before because all gimmicks aside, this is real, your gas only has to cost you $1 per gallon!
Here’s how it works:
1) The IRS provides a .58.5 cent tax write off for every mile you drive that is legitimately related to business.
2) People who do not own a business CANNOT qualify for this tax write off.
3) Everywhere you go, whether its work, church, the kid’s soccer game, or just going to the store can be a legitimate mileage tax write off if you insert business into the equation.
This is EASY to do! It can be done by leaving ZamZuu business cards on peoples
windshields, handing people ZamZuu business cards (or “tri-fold”),
or of course doing a presentation.
Note: You must record your business mileage in case you ever get audited and this is
where it typically becomes a sticking point with most people as they do not want to take
the time, can’t take the time or forget. If that’s you here’s what you need to do
immediately: Go to http://www.Xpenser.com (this is a FREE service) and sign up. Now you
can simply call a phone number before, during or even after you’ve driven somewhere
(that was business related) and leave a voice message such “Soccer game handed out
3 business cards – 14 miles” and hang up. This FREE service will convert your
message to text and log our it in an online mileage log for you.4) So here’s the $1 per gallon formula – (working with round numbers)
• $4.00 Per Gallon
• 20 Miles Per Gallon
• .58.5 Cents Per Mile IRS Deduction
• 30% Tax Bracket
Those of you with math brains can do the calculation but the basics are – a 20 miles per
gallon vehicle at $4 per gallon cost .20 cents per mile to drive.
.58 cents per mile IRS deduction x 30% tax bracket is .15 cents in real money you
pocket at the end of the year and when you deduct .15 cents from .20 cents your at .05
cents per mile or $1 per gallon! These are real dollars/savings and real cash in your
pocket at the end of the year.

Making Connections

SmilesTravelAgency.com

Written by Les Heichel

April 9, 2011 at 8:57 pm

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The Fortune Is In The Follow Up As busin

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The Fortune Is In The Follow Up
As business owners, we can never be good enough at following up with prospects.

Here are a few simple steps we can take that lead to success:

1. Connect with 7 to 30 of your lead/contacts daily. (e-mail, mail, telephone, etc).
2. Have a multi-step follow-up sequence. Keep it short and sweet!
3. Everyone who comes into contact with your business is a potential business partner.
4. Refuse to complain about “No”.  Statiscally, 10 “no’s” will amount to one solid yes.
5. Follow the system. If a system for your area of interest exists, follow it.

Check out these scary statistics:
48% of sales people never follow-up with a prospect.
25% of sales people make a second contact and stop.
12% of sales people only make three contacts and stop.
10% of sales professionals make more than three contacts.

Now, MAKE SURE you are giving your prospects
NEW information every time you follow-up – a new testimonial,
benefits of owning your product or business, a change/deal on your website, etc.

DON’T just keep asking them, if they have their
money and have not made a decision,
keep “dripping” them with information.

The best info:  changes your company/product has made.

The golden rule in marketing that will make you wealthy is (once you understand your prospect, what they want, need, or don’t need) keep following up until they buy, die, or tell you to stop!

These stats might be an eye opener…
2% of all sales are made after the first contact.
3% of all sales are made after the second contact.
5% of all sales are made after the third contact.
10% of all sales are made after the fourth contact.
80% of all sales are made after the fifth to twelfth contact.

Making Connections
SmilesTravelAgency.info

Written by Les Heichel

April 8, 2011 at 10:34 am

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FDA Approves Depressant Drug For The Ann

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FDA Approves Depressant Drug For The Annoyingly Cheerful…. http://ow.ly/4uSke

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April 6, 2011 at 8:55 pm

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Cudja? http://ow.ly/4uRlP

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April 6, 2011 at 8:17 pm

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Wudja? http://ow.ly/4uRiv

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April 6, 2011 at 8:15 pm

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Didja? http://ow.ly/4uRgm

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April 6, 2011 at 8:13 pm

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