Let’s Get Weird! – Post 106

It’s time to grow up and get weird.

Weird means no monthly bills on anything except utilities.

When you are weird, vacations are bought using cash, appliances are bought with cash, clothes are bought with cash.

You know, the green kind with pictures of presidents.

Weird is fun without guilt and without monthly payments!

Start on the road to weirdness today. In 10 months you can be earning an extra $2000 per month, over and above what you are earning today!

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Then watch this video to meet my business partner:

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Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI
Save Money, Get Healthy, Earn Cash!
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Talking To Ourselves – Post 104


Here is an article by the psychological self help motivational speaker, Denis Waitley. This is fantastic advise.

We’re all talking to ourselves every moment of our lives, except during certain portions of our sleeping cycle. We’re seldom even aware that we’re doing it. We all have a running commentary in our heads on events and our reactions to them. Here are some tips to remember:

• Be aware of the silent conversations you have with yourself. Are you a nurturing coach or a critic? Do you reinforce your own success or negate it? Are you comfortable saying to yourself, “That’s more like it.” “Now we’re in the groove.” “Things are working out well.” “I’ll do it better next time.”

• When you fail, view it as a temporary inconvenience, a learning experience, an isolated event, and a stepping stone instead of a stumbling block.

• When you have even a small success, reinforce that success by rewarding yourself and feeling pride, rather than feeling lucky or guilty for the attention.

• When you receive a compliment for any reason, simply respond: “Thank you.” And accept value graciously whenever it is offered.

• Always greet the people you meet with a smile. When introducing yourself in any new association, take the initiative to volunteer your own name first, clearly; and always extend your hand first, looking the person in the eyes when you speak.

• In your telephone communications at work or at home, answer the telephone pleasantly, immediately giving your name to the caller. And when you call, give your name before you ask for the party you want and before you state your business. Leading with your name underscores that a person of value is making the call.

• Don’t brag. People who trumpet their exploits and shout for service are actually calling for help. The showoffs, braggarts and blowhards are desperate for attention.

• Don’t tell your problems to people, unless they’re directly involved with the solutions. And don’t make excuses. Always talk affirmatively about the progress you are trying to make.

Apply these tips and keep the running commentary in your head on a positive note!

Denis Waitley

Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI
Save Money, Get Healthy, Earn Cash! 
Dial +1 (800) 690-6124 For More Info

How To Pay Less In Taxes – Post 103

This is a subject everyone wants to know about, but nobody wants to talk about.  
 
They say that the only two things in life that are guaranteed are death and taxes.  Since you’re not dead yet, and you are reading this, might I suggest you hop on my calltomorrow night and learn from one of the premier experts when it comes to structuring your business.  
 
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Dial in number is 206-701-8388, 933095#.  
I pack this call out every week, so keep my back up number handy:  
 
Do yourself and your team a favor and be on this very educational and informative call related to corporate structuring, and ensuring you are not the target of an IRS audit.  
 
Call everyone you know and tell them to get on this call.  
 
Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI