Vemma's army of young recruits
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Truth and Lies of Network Marketing (Part 3)
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Herbalife Ltd. (HLF) Will Strike A Deal With FTC: Ramey
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MLM Software- Network Marketing Lead Generation for MLM Prospecting …
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Orlando, FL (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
Money, power, position, fast cars, sex, big home, or just peace in a fast changing world are motivating forces. Achieving any of these goals requires one thing. This new movie has the answer. Hundreds of fast paced videos are used to showcase powerful goals setting messages from best selling experts such as Wayne Dyer, Joe Vitale, Denis Waitley, and Brian Tracy, along with proven principles from Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, Earl Nightingale and Think and Grow Rich author, Napoleon Hill, are featured in the free one-hour movie you can stream now at http://www.DareMatrix.com.
Jim Rohn talks about the pull of the future and shares one reason to set a goal to become a millionaire. This one reason alone is not obvious and has not been presented in other wealth building programs.
Joe Vitale, expert on The Law of Attraction shows how a famous Hollywood superstar used the principle to shatter personal earnings and box office sales records.
Seeing is believing and dramatic video scenes in this new movie drives home life changing potential in this episode on GOALS. The new movie is a free episode, no forced opt-in, no need to register, just your willingness to see goal setting in a powerful motivating message at http://www.DareMatrix.com. This hour long movie on GOALS sets the stage for the full four episode DARE Matrix Movie. DARE episodes include Desire, Accurate Thinking, Resources, and Executing your life plan. Four full hour life changing episodes are available from http://www.DareMatrix.com.
Understanding what a goal is, instead of what a requirement is, sets into motion the power to get more faster and easier.
Goal setting is highly misunderstood, just as dealing with the past is. Forgetting the past is over rated. Organizing the past is critical. Putting problems and failures in perspective changes those powers into goal setting tools that changes the future. The movie explains those basic misunderstandings to set goals that can be achieved in the free one-hour movie at http://www.DareMatrix.com.
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Man steals to get money owed, threatens to invade home
According to police, the man in the back seat told the victim he owed him money and pointed a black semi-automatic pistol at him, demanding his wallet. The victim complied and was taken to his residence on the 4200 block of Nolford Place. The victim …
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2 Get Money Team members sentenced to home detention
Two members of the retail crime group that called themselves the Get Money Team have been sentenced to home detention, about a year after a months-long investigation by police and prosecutors found that the group has stolen thousands of dollars worth …
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How to make more money at a garage sale
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 16, 2014
Sydney Paige Inc. is a buy one/give one business where for every product sold, another is donated to a student in need. With their quality backpacks, accessories and children’s books, the company focuses on the 16 million children in America living in poverty and is built on the foundation of education as self-empowerment for a better future. Their products and efforts are designed to help kids in need learn and thrive in school, stay in school and graduate, ultimately breaking out of their cycles of poverty and becoming a positive impact on society.
The company, just 1 year old, now launches its fundraising arm where individuals and organizations can sell their products and earn 10% of the proceeds back to them while having the ability to impact kids in need in and near their own communities. When asked why this selling model is being launched as part of their buy/give business, Sydney Paige Inc. Founder and CEO, Courtney Brockmeyer, sums it up in one sentence. “Through this option, we can exponentially impact kids in need across the country while simultaneously helping organizations be the change they want to see in the world.”
On a personal note, Brockmeyer explains that it is difficult for her to ask for donations, which is one of the main reasons she formed Sydney Paige Inc. (named after her two daughters) as a for-profit company doing social good. She praises the work of organizations from non-profits to student councils, girls and boys scouts and even chess clubs, all who support the development of our kids. Brockmeyer remembers fundraising efforts from her youth and how hard it was to raise money. For this reason, she hopes Sydney Paige fundraisers will help groups raise funds for their needs, especially when it comes to the impact they are trying to make on society.
When asked what she is most excited about in launching this program, Brockmeyer states, “Our goal is to impact as many kids as possible in a meaningful and sustainable way, and by instituting a fundraising program to our business, we can do this in communities we may have never been able to reach on our own.”
Learn more and sign up your organization today at http://www.sydneypaigeinc.com/bethechange.html.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
Personal finance community site MoneyTips.com today announced the results of its Financial Wellness Study. The survey was designed to better understand the financial health of two key demographics: baby boomers and the American middle class.
Of note in the findings is the data highlighting the lack of financial planning among both groups and, perhaps more startling, that 41 percent of baby boomers worry they?re falling short of meeting their financial goals. The middle class is facing even steeper challenges, with just 47 percent reporting they?re on track to meet their financial objectives.
Findings from the survey, which AOL Daily Finance described as “scary”, include:
Baby Boomers (ages 51+)
41 percent of baby boomers are worried about retirement while 24 million (32%) have no financial plan*;
63% are comfortable with their current standard of living;
59% are on target to meet their financial goals;
58% are on track saving for other milestones (weddings, home purchase/remodel, new car, etc.);
Nearly half (49%) have an up-to-date estate plan in place.
Middle Class Americans (households earning $ 40,000 to $ 80,000)
Less than two-thirds (63 percent) have clear financial goals;
Only 57% are comfortable with their current standard of living;
47% are on target to meet their financial goals;
42% are on target saving for major milestones (wedding, home purchase/remodel, new car, etc.);
33% have a current estate plan in place;
A dismal 32% are confident their savings will allow them to live comfortably in retirement.
?No financial plan is the plan for one in three middle-income households, and those with clear goals are struggling to meet them,? said Marc Diana, CEO of MoneyTips. ?Spending time to make informed decisions about money management, borrowing, investing and savings will help you make the most out of what you have and save more in the long run.?
The survey also indicates that the majority of Americans in both demographics who own a home are happy with the financing they have in place. Yet, only 42% of middle-income respondents say they are saving enough for their children?s education, despite 91% reporting at least some college education themselves. Summer vacation plans are split nearly evenly, with 55 percent of boomers and 49 percent of middle-income earners planning to take some time off.
View the survey infographics at http://www.moneytips.com/one-in-three-baby-boomers-middle-class-americans-have-no-financial-plan.
About the study
To better understand American?s financial health, personal finance community MoneyTips.com recently commissioned an online survey of 535 Americans who are either 51 years or older or earn $ 40,000 – $ 80,000. The survey was fielded April 24 ? May 25, 2014. Margin of error for the respondents ages 51+ is plus or minus 4.7 percent. Margin of error for respondents with an annual household income of $ 40,000 – $ 80,000 is plus or minus 4.7 percent.
76.4 million boomers (Source: US Census Bureau) x .32 = 24 million boomers without a financial plan
MoneyTips is a dedicated personal financial community that empowers consumers to make wise decisions about investing, borrowing, insurance, retirement and more. Free access to MoneyTips? extensive network of financial experts as well as thousands of articles, videos and opinions provides common-sense approaches that empower you to improve your financial health. For more information, visit http://www.moneytips.com.
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Rachel Kushner on Art vs. Writing
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GLV Writing Tips for Colons and Semicolons
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Writing Tips: How to Come Up With 50 Topic Ideas in 30 Minutes
The core issue for many content marketers is this: How do I come up with article topics? Without topics, you have no articles, no content, and therefore no content marketing. It's obvious that we need to figure out how to come up with topic ideas …
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