Almost A Market1ng Mistake

A Very Powerful network marketing lesson

Did you know there’s no saltwater in saltwater taffy?

Taffy has actually been around for nearly 1000 years. In Atlantic City, back in the 1880s, a lot of shops sprang up when they first put up the boardwalk. One guy sold several things in his shop, including taffy.

One day, the ocean arrived and flooded his shop. Lots of stuff was ruined. But the taffy tasted fine. In a flash of market1ng genius, he decided to call it “saltwater taffy.”

A lot of great market1ng can happen by accident. The “Success In 10 Steps” ebook, so popular to so many M-L-Mers now, was originally titled “The 10 Biggest M-L-M Market1ng Mistakes and How You Can Avoid Them.”

But the focus was wrong. “The 10 biggest M-L-M market1ng mistakes” became “Success In 10 Steps.”

Aren’t you glad? That other title would be much more of a challenge to get into your ads.

To build your own big income in M-L-M, the people you sponsor will need a constant stream of hot pr0spects. I can help you do that for them, and for yourself. For details, call me at +61 2 7902 1554 or hit reply right now and send me your name, phone number, and the best time to call.

To Your Success,

Ben Drake
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Good Versus Bad Relationship

Ben Drake:

Such a powerful truth.

Originally posted on Positive Outlooks Blog:

Good relationships make you feel powerful, but bad relationships make you feel powerless. The wrong person will suck you dry long before you even start your day, but the right person will help keep you replenished in love from sunrise to sunset. Different people bring out different things in you. Be with someone who brings out the very best in you. If you are waking up every other day with a headache from the one you are with, it might be time to reevaluate that person in your life. Being happy is still a choice that you have the power to make. (source: IG@woodtheinspiration)

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Letting Go of Bad Relationships

Originally posted on Positive Outlooks Blog:

Let go of relationships that do not serve you. That means negative people, dishonest people, people who don’t respect you, people who are overly critical and relationships that prevent you from growing. You can’t grow as a person, if you don’t have people in your life who want to grow with you. — Unknown


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Emotional energy by Celeste

An amazing lesson from Celeste on Emotional Energy which we are studying this week.

Chapter 11, The Mystery of Sex Transmutation

Have you ever spent time with someone who is depressed?  Over the years I have had friends who are always down about something.  They hate their job, and get a new one and it too is terrible.  They always have health issues, there is always a crisis with a family member, they are frequently broke and the list goes on.  Some of these people have been in this state for decades.  People like this don’t have a lot of emotional energy….all that they have is tied up in resisting all of what they see as the bad stuff happening in their life.  There is nothing left to create anything positive…and the result is they attract even more negative events…it is a downward spiral.  Having experienced my share of depression I know how this feels.

It takes positive emotional energy to manifest and create what we want in life…in fact Hill tells us that the definition of genius is someone who “has discovered how to increase the intensity of thought to the point where he can freely communicate with sources of knowledge not available through the ordinary rate of thought.”  He goes on to say that these individuals have access to creative imagination which is the link to Infinite Intelligence and the result is hunches that guide them.  But to get there requires the brain to be stimulated, and this requires positive emotional energy. Of course positive self talk and keeping a list of positive emotions readily available will support this effort.

The opposite of being depressed, or sunk in any of the negative emotions, is living in the now. When you truly live in the now you flow with what is instead of resisting, you are focused on what is happening at the moment rather than regretting the past or fearing the future.  So if you are stuck in a slow line at the grocery store instead of being impatient you can strike up a conversation, or help someone else unload their groceries or help entertain a fussy child.  Or if someone lashes out unexpectedly you can decide they are having a bad day and choose not to get caught up in their drama, which means not reliving the experience over and over and judging them for whatever caused them to react as they did. 

The positive emotions associated with this state stimulate the brain to function “on this exalted plane of thought, (in which) the creative faculty of the mind is given freedom for action.  The way has been cleared for the sixth sense to function. It becomes receptive to ideas which could not reach the individual under any other circumstances.”   Quite a pay off…not only do we get lots of hunches to propel us forward, but life is a whole lot more fun.

Celeste Smucker, Nellysford, Virginia

Helping families live a beta life.

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