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Saturday, March 3, 2012
Click Here! Announcing the 2012 version of the “Silent Sales Machine” The first few copies of this book were sold in 2002. The book has been updated seven times and has re-launched to thousands of eager readers each time. It is arguably the all time best selling ebook about online business success ever sold. Each time the book is updated all past customers get a free copy (as will you). So, what’s in the book? Wouldn’t it be nice if someone you trusted gave you a detailed list of what business ideas WORK online and which ones sound nice, but are actually dead ends? Do you have anyone with a decade of proven online success, a track record of actually helping others earn a lot of money, and a spotless reputation who is being THAT honest with you? I’ve had multiple people pay me tens of thousands of dollars to learn from me and work with me, and even years later they say things like, “It was the best investment I’ve ever made”. Thousands pay me monthly to get my advice at one of my two membership websites where I teach what I know about starting and running a hands free successful online business. Do you have a friend like that in the game? If not, you do now. I’ve been that “blunt trusted friend” to tens of thousands of people, and you are next. I’ve learned my lessons, wasted a lot of money, got suckered by the “big launches” and not only lived to tell about it, but I am thriving with multiple online income streams and I’m willing to share what I know even if it means ticking off some of the “big dogs” in the “guru game”. Some facts: Did you know that at least 95% of EVERYONE that is trying to chase down affiliate income online is FAILING MISERABLY? No matter what they try or who they “follow” these people AREN’T making the $ they were promised! Did you know that building a website is a HORRIBLE way to start a business online? Most of my income online is independent of any website(s). Learning to build websites is for CHUMPS and SUCKERS! Did you know that “driving traffic” is an arcane concept that will never bring you success online (unless you are one of the lucky 2-3% with great connections or massive cash to invest). Social media is a complete waste of time 99% of the time for 99% of those using it (from a business perspective). I’m pretty sure you haven’t heard stuff like that anywhere else, have you?! I don’t hold back in my new book & it’s a measly $5 (and worth easily 100 X that price): In this book I reveal the TRUTH behind many misconceptions and flat out lies that you’ve been told about succeeding online. YOU are not the problem. The misguided experts with big followings and their big checks that they like to show off are leading you astray with promises they can’t deliver on. Their POPULARITY and “friendly/fun” instructions will NOT put cash in your pocket! Ignore this book at your own peril. It’s all that I know from 10 years of MAKING A KILLING online and teaching thousands of others how to do the same thing. You’ve been warned and challenged. This book isn’t theory, or hype. The ideas in this book have predictably inspired and launched thousands of income streams for the thousands of readers that have downloaded and read it. Updated and ready for 2012, you’ll be educated, inspired and hopefully prompted to action by this book. You’ll learn: The business models that work online The basic skills that can be used to open up a world of opportunity How to create multiple hands free income streams What DOESN’T work but is being heavily hyped by “celebrity” gurus How to recognize the opportunity online that is all around you Where to start and where NOT to start Click Here!
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Your company is only as strong as your leaders. These are the men and women doing battle daily beneath the banner that is your brand. Are they courageous or indecisive? Are they serving a motivated team or managing employees? Are they valued? Your team will never grow beyond you, so here’s another question to consider. Are you growing? Whether you’re sitting at the CEO’s desk, the middle manager’s cubicle, or a card table in your living-room-based startup, EntreLeadership provides the practical, step-by-step guidance to grow your business where you want it to go. Dave opens up his championship playbook for business to show you how to: • Inspire your team to take ownership and love what they do • Unify your team and get rid of all gossip • Handle money to set your business up for success • Reach every goal you set • And much, much more! http://spotlightoncrisis.blogspot.com/2011/05/le-pan-tc-970-97-inch-multi-touch-lcd.html
Brothers Grimm King Grisly-Beard A great king of a land far away in the East had a daughter who was very beautiful, but so proud and haughty and conceited, that none of the princes who came to ask for her hand in marriage was good enough for her. All she ever did was make fun of them. Once upon a time the king held a great feast and invited all her suitors. They all sat in a row, ranged according to their rank -- kings and princes and dukes and earls and counts and barons and knights. When the princess came in, as she passed by them, she had something spiteful to say to each one. The first was too fat: 'He's as round as a tub,' she said. The next was too tall: 'What a maypole!' she said. The next was too short: 'What a dumpling!' she said. The fourth was too pale, and she called him 'Wallface.' The fifth was too red, so she called him 'Coxcomb.' The sixth was not straight enough; so she said he was like a green stick that had been laid to dry over a baker's oven. She had some joke to crack about every one. But she laughed most of all at a good king who was there. 'Look at him,' she said; 'his beard is like an old mop; he shall be called Grisly-beard.' So the king got the nickname of Grisly-beard. But the old king was very angry when he saw how his daughter behaved and how badly she treated all his guests. He vowed that, willing or unwilling, she would marry the first man that came to the door. Two days later a travelling fiddler came by the castle. He began to play under the window and begged for money and when the king heard him, he said, 'Let him come in.' 'Ah! wretch that I am!' she sighed; 'why did I not marry King Grisly-beard?' 'That is no business of mine,' said the fiddler, 'why should you wish for another husband? Am I not good enough for you?' At last they came to a small cottage. 'What a paltry place!' she said; 'to whom does that little dirty hole belong?' The fiddler said, 'That is your and my house, where we are to live.' 'Where are your servants?' she cried. 'What do we want with servants?' he said; 'you must do for yourself whatever is to be done. Now make the fire, and put on water and cook my supper, for I am very tired.' But the princess knew nothing of making fires and cooking, and the fiddler was forced to help her. When they had eaten a very scanty meal they went to bed; but the fiddler called her up very early in the morning to clean the house. They lived like that for two days and when they had eaten up all there was in the cottage, the man said, 'Wife, we can't go on thus, spending money and earning nothing. You must learn to weave baskets.' Then the fiddler went out and cut willows, and brought them home, and she began to weave; but it made her fingers very sore. 'I see this work won't do,' he said, 'try and spin; perhaps you will do that better.' So she sat down and tried to spin; but the threads cut her tender fingers until the blood ran. 'See now,' said the fiddler, 'you are good for nothing; you can do no work. What a bargain I have got! However, I'll try and set up a trade in pots and pans, and you shall stand in the market and sell them.' 'Alas!' she sighed, 'if any of my father's court should pass by and see me standing in the market, how they will laugh at me!' But her husband did not care about that, and said she would have to work if she did not want to die of hunger. At first the trade went well because many people, seeing such a beautiful woman, went to buy her wares and paid their money without even thinking of taking away the goods. They lived on this as long as it lasted and then her husband bought a fresh lot of pots and pans, and she sat herself down with it in the corner of the market. However, soon a drunken soldier soon came by and rode his horse against her stall and broke all her goods into a thousand pieces. She began to cry, and did not know what to do. 'Ah! what will become of me?' she said; 'what will my husband say?' So she ran home and told him everything. 'Who would have thought you would have been so silly,' he said, 'as to put an earthenware stall in the corner of the market, where everybody passes? But let us have no more crying; I see you are not fit for this sort of work, so I have been to the king's palace, and asked if they did not want a kitchen-maid; and they say they will take you, and there you will have plenty to eat.' So the princess became a kitchen-maid and helped the cook to do all the dirtiest work. She was allowed to carry home some of the meat that was left over, and they lived on that. She had not been there long before she heard that the king's eldest son was passing by, on his way to get married. She went to one of the windows and looked out. Everything was ready and all the pomp and brightness of the court was there. Seeing it, she grieved bitterly for the pride and folly that had brought her so low. The servants gave her some of the rich meats and she put them into her basket to take home. All of a sudden, as she was leaving, in came the king's son in his golden clothes. When he saw such a beautiful woman at the door, he took her by the hand and said she should be his partner in the dance. She trembled with fear because she saw that it was King Grisly-beard, who was making fun of her. However, he kept hold of her, and led her into the hall. As she entered, the cover of the basket came off, and the meats in it fell out. Everybody laughed and jeered at her and she was so ashamed that she wished she were a thousand feet deep in the earth. She sprang over to the door so that she could run away but on the steps King Grisly-beard overtook her, brought her back and said: 'Fear me not! I am the fiddler who has lived with you in the hut. I brought you there because I truly loved you. I am also the soldier that overset your stall. I have done all this only to cure you of your silly pride, and to show you the folly of your ill-treatment of me. Now it is all over: you have learnt wisdom, and it is time to hold our marriage feast.' Then the chamberlains came and brought her the most beautiful robes. Her father and his whole court were already there, and they welcomed her home. Joy was in every face and every heart. The feast was grand; they danced and sang; everyone was merry; and I only wish that you and I had been there.