Quote of the Day

Begin forwarded message:

“If I had to select one quality, one personal characteristic that I regard as being most highly correlated with success, whatever the field, I would pick the trait of persistence.”

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“I don’t have any time!”

“So what if your first six months might be bad, or if you have some embarrassing failures. So how long did it take you to learn to talk? To learn to drive? It took a while, and there were some embarrassing failures, but now you enjoy the benefits of talking and driving. It was worth it.”

“I don’t have any time!”

You would simply reply, “Of course you don’t have any time. All 24 hours of your day are used up already. So what are you willing to sacrifice in your day so that you can change your family’s life?”

The Big Al Report – April 24, 2012

Begin forwarded message:

“So what if your first six months might be bad, or if you have some embarrassing failures. So how long did it take you to learn to talk? To learn to drive? It took a while, and there were some embarrassing failures, but now you enjoy the benefits of talking and driving. It was worth it.”

What is the current Old Age Pension?

The pension is €230.30.

According to a a web forum: http://www.askaboutmoney.com/showthread.php?t=137628
The cheapest mortgage repayment is over a thousand Euro.
So if you have ben screwed in the current financial meltdown, and IF you qualify for a pension aged 65, it is likely you will not be able to pay it off.

With the ACN business, we are looking to build a long term recurring income, to act as a pension!

Contact us for more information.

5th Free Bi-Monthly Newsletter from George Zalucki

Here is why people fail:
1. They lack understanding of what success demands of them.
2. They lack the motivation to learn what is required.
3. They lack the necessary self-discipline.
4. They constantly offer excuses and rationalizations to avoid the uncomfortable aspects of personal growth and change.
5. They lack integrity with self and others.
6. They seem committed to maintaining a poor self-image.
7. They are strongly inclined toward negative thinking and attitudes.
8. They lack self-responsibility.
9. They lack the will to sustain their efforts when disappointments come their way.
10. They have the habit of projecting their failures and shortcomings on others.
11. They have a low tolerance for emotional, physical or financial discomfort.
12. When exposed to the wisdom, instructions and attitudes of the winners in life, they
choose instead the influences and thought patterns of the masses who are stuck in
lives of quiet desperation devoid of dreams.
Author Robert Anthony in his book titled “Betting on Yourself” (Berkley
Books), offers us 10 Positive Assumptions. If you combine his 10 instructions with
act as though it were impossible to fail” as Dorothea Brande instructs us, you
can start your journey today toward the winner’s circle knowing you will get there.
1. I will make and keep my commitments.
2. I will find the right people who can help me.
3. I will look for an answer in every problem.
4. I will give up “trying” and simply do.
5. I will make it okay to be wrong and make mistakes.
6. I will create my own “good luck”.
7. I will not be afraid to lose before I win.
8. I will do it now!
9. I will be who I am and become what I was meant to be.
10. I will accept that all things are possible.
Now you have it. The rest is up to you!
Insight:
“Each one of us chooses the road we will travel, the people we associate
with and the thoughts, attitudes and actions we engage in. Winners simply
make different choices than losers. They think different thoughts, believe
different things, adopt different attitudes and therefore produce
different results in their lives. And that’s the truth about winning and losing.
And, as always, the choice is uniquely yours…”

Begin forwarded message:

Here is why people fail:
1. They lack understanding of what success demands of them.
2. They lack the motivation to learn what is required.
3. They lack the necessary self-discipline.
4. They constantly offer excuses and rationalizations to avoid the uncomfortable aspects of personal growth and change.
5. They lack integrity with self and others.
6. They seem committed to maintaining a poor self-image.
7. They are strongly inclined toward negative thinking and attitudes.
8. They lack self-responsibility.
9. They lack the will to sustain their efforts when disappointments come their way.
10. They have the habit of projecting their failures and shortcomings on others.
11. They have a low tolerance for emotional, physical or financial discomfort.
12. When exposed to the wisdom, instructions and attitudes of the winners in life, they
choose instead the influences and thought patterns of the masses who are stuck in
lives of quiet desperation devoid of dreams.
Author Robert Anthony in his book titled “Betting on Yourself” (Berkley
Books), offers us 10 Positive Assumptions. If you combine his 10 instructions with
act as though it were impossible to fail” as Dorothea Brande instructs us, you
can start your journey today toward the winner’s circle knowing you will get there.
1. I will make and keep my commitments.
2. I will find the right people who can help me.
3. I will look for an answer in every problem.
4. I will give up “trying” and simply do.
5. I will make it okay to be wrong and make mistakes.
6. I will create my own “good luck”.
7. I will not be afraid to lose before I win.
8. I will do it now!
9. I will be who I am and become what I was meant to be.
10. I will accept that all things are possible.
Now you have it. The rest is up to you!
Insight:
“Each one of us chooses the road we will travel, the people we associate
with and the thoughts, attitudes and actions we engage in. Winners simply
make different choices than losers. They think different thoughts, believe
different things, adopt different attitudes and therefore produce
different results in their lives. And that’s the truth about winning and losing.
And, as always, the choice is uniquely yours…”

Lesson for ACN:

product: The Quiet Spot Pet Tag Silencer.
Scott realizes that only 1 percent of the potential audience is willing to pay $8 for his patented invention.

But that’s enough….now there are five hundred stores around the world busy selling his profitable device.

He didn’t need Wal-Mart to win.

http://getonthenet.com/99cows.pdf

We have a niche product and opportunity, not for everyone!!!