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Networking and Internet Life style by Mike Sherratt

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The networked revolution is creating huge profits, significant opportunities, and a lot of change. What it’s not doing is providing millions of brain-dead, corner office; follow the manual middle class jobs. And it’s not going to. Seth Godin

An Internet Lifestyle means that you are able to live life on your terms. Simple as that.                                                  If you are reading this it means that you’ve looked at your life (and the current business you run), and you’re not even close to financial security – let alone freedom – and you keep asking yourself: “Isn’t there a way to change my life?”                 Don’t be perturbed – there is a way out of every ugly situation IF you know a certain few things.

Earning six figures annually online is not unrealistic – it’s actually doable and entirely attainable.  Thus, I want to give a wake-up call to your inner entrepreneur to rise above the fray and begin to create the future you really want.

The greatest enemy of man is himself. If you could break loose from your inner thoughts that tell you success is far off, then there is no mountain anywhere you cannot climb. In fact, most of the things you’ve been taught about money are false.

What do I mean?                                                              The cliché that you should go to school, study and get a good job afterwards (along with a  bag of benefits) is a limiting factor. We’re living in the information age, where a single idea can settle a man or woman financially for the rest of their lives. Academic qualification has its place in this world, but not necessarily in the areas of making money and touching lives around the world.

I think the real education is outside of academic institutions. The real education you need is right where you are – in your environment: the people, events, news, technology,  communication, business start-ups, etc. You can learn so much more from the above mentioned channels than in the four walls of a  university.

4 Tips to creating an Internet Lifestyle and saving you a ton of frustration!

1. All frustration is the result of the lack of a system: Finding a proven business system is the most lucrative step you can take towards making a dream come true. When properly approached, it’s going to make your success “sure-fire.”. Those who live the Internet lifestyle today have specific, high-powered systems, not mere business enterprises.

2. Find an Already Successful “Real World” Mentor: Find someone who is already achieving the results that you want in a specific business and see if he or she would be willing to mentor you a few hours a month. If you could do this on your own you would have already done it. Trust me, you need a mentor.

3. Stop Hanging Out With Turkeys: Take a look around you and you will notice that your income is likely that of your ten closest friends and influences. It’s time to stop hanging out with the turkeys if you want to soar with the eagles. You will never outperform your self image and if you don’t believe in your heart that you are worth six-figures, you will never command it into being.

4. Persist Beyond Exception: A system is what guarantees financial freedom. A system stays even when the business is gone. Don’t make the mistake of chasing silver bullets or “get rich quick” solutions. Stick with your plan and perfect your system. You will always come out ahead.Over the next few days we will dive into each of these individually.

To Your Prosperity,  Mike Sherratt

From The Secret Daily Teachings Each of us is attracting in every moment of our lives. So when you feel that the law isn’t working for you because you don’t have what you want, realize that the law is responding to you. You are either attracting what you want or you are attracting the absence of what you want.   The law is still working. May the joy be with you, Rhonda Byrne

 

Your Vision of the future, lies from within

Gray Lawrence

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The greatest freedom is to be responsible. –Lazaris

Faith is a combination of thoughts and actions.

Words of WISDOM are only beneficial if one reads them and learn!    Be all that you want to be and all that you can be!

 

When you apply your faith in yourself, your faith in your fellow man, and your faith in God, the result is a positive course of action that when persistently followed will almost always lead to success. When you believe in your ideas and in your abilities, and you trust in the Infinite Intelligence of the universe, you know that your thoughts and deeds will ultimately lead to a successful conclusion. You cannot fail

We are not put on this earth for ourselves, but are placed here for each other. If you are always there for others, then in time of need, someone will be there for you. –  Jeff Warner

 

 

Your Vision of the future, lies from within

Gray Lawrence

Independent Distributor (UW)

The greatest freedom is to be responsible. -Lazaris

 

 

Positive & Negative Thoughts

 

A little something from my collection of famous and not so famous peoples quotes, although many have no names or tittles of who wrote them; it matters not but thank them any way as all have great meanings and thoughts for us all to learn from and use in our daily lives, enjoy!

"Remember, the thoughts that you think and the statements you make regarding yourself determine your mental attitude. If you have a worthwhile objective, find the one reason why you can achieve it rather than hundreds of reasons why you can’t." Napoleon Hill

Start each new day with a commitment to do what’s right – regardless of what may come your way. — Eric Harvey and Steve Ventura

 If you repeat something over and over to yourself, your subconscious mind will eventually begin to accept it as fact. When something has been accepted as truth by your subconscious mind, it will work overtime to transform the idea into physical reality. You can take advantage of this by programming your mind to think positive thoughts. Use self-motivators or affirmations to persuade your subconscious that you are capable of doing anything you wish. Repeat the self-motivator several times a day until it becomes an automatic reaction to recall a positive phrase whenever you begin to doubt yourself. Replace “I can’t” with “I will!”

  Positive & Negative thoughts:

Your thoughts are both the words you hear in your head and the words you speak out loud. When you say to somebody, “What a beautiful day” you had the thought first and then spoke the words.  Your thoughts also become your actions.

When you get out of bed in the morning, you had the thought of getting out of bed before you took action.  You can’t take any action without thinking the thought first.  It’s your thoughts that determine whether your words and actions will be positive or negative.  But how do you know your thoughts are positive or negative?  Your thoughts are positive when you think of what you want and love!  And negative thoughts are what you don’t want and don’t love.  It is that simple and that easy.  There is no other way to take this but it is true!!  

What ever you want in your life, you want it because you love it.  Now take a moment and think about it.  You do not want things you do not love, or do you?  Every person only want’s what they love; no body want what they done love. 

When you think or talk about things you want and love, like “I love those shoes” they are just what I want, your thoughts are positive and they will come back to you as the things you love-beautiful shoes!!  hen you think and talk about the things you do not want or love, like “look at the price of those shoes, that is high way robbery”  Your thoughts are now negative and negative thoughts will come back to you that you do not love them as they are too expensive!! 

Most people think and talk about the things they do not love more than they think and talk about what they love, why?  Because they give out more negative thoughts than love thus depriving themselves of all the good things in life!  it is that simple.  

It is impossible to have a great life without love.  Because People who have great  lives think and talk about what they love more than what they do not love!  People who are struggling think and talk about what they do not love more than what they do love, even a pair of shoes!  

“One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life.  The word is love”   Sophocles  (496-406 BC)  

There is no doubt that when using the law of attraction for the good of everyone, you are connecting yourself to great power. However, the law is also available to you individually so that you may live your life to the fullest. When you live your life to the fullest you have so much more to give others.                                       Your pain and misery does not help the world. But your joy and your life lived fully uplifts the world. May the joy be with you, Rhonda Byrne

 

I enjoy writing these passages for I learn every day even now I never stop or give up, do you?

 

Your Vision of the future, lies from within
Gray Lawrence
Independent Distributor (UW)

The greatest freedom is to be responsible. -Lazaris

Network Marketing How to meet anyone anywhere

This I have had for a while from connections in the USA. The messages are as per the person whom said them, enjoy and I hope learn something..
No one is capable of giving direction unless he or she knows how to take directions and carry them out.
An essential quality of leadership is developing the ability to persuade others to align their goals with yours and those of the organization. Until you, yourself, are able to join forces with others in the pursuit of a common objective, you will never persuade them to join your cause. Effective leaders recognize the value of working together, and they learn how to follow directions before being entrusted with the responsibility for the performance of others. Good leaders show by example how they expect others to behave. Even though the troops may be trained to follow orders unquestioningly, the officer always leads them into battle. You cannot push others to follow your example; you must pull them along with you. When you show by your every word and deed that you are a person of character, one who works for the greater good of the entire organization, your people will follow. – Napoleon Hill

24 Tricks for Terrible Networkers (or How to Meet Anyone Anywhere)

Although I regularly attend networking events, I’m a terrible networker and rarely yield my desired outcome. What are some ways in which I can improve my networking capabilities and results? — Margaret, Florida
1. Be a giver
Part of the awkward and uncomfortable feelings around networking result from being self-conscious.

If you’re more focused on learning about the person you’re talking to, you don’t have time to stress over whether you sound stupid or if you have lettuce in your teeth. Ask the question, “What do you need next? How can I support you?” You’ll feel more powerful and find common ground.

— Lisa Nicole Bell, Inspired Life Media Group
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2. Do your homework
Do some research on the attendees beforehand, if you can. That way, you can prepare for the event in much the same way you’d prepare for a job or informational interview. Draw up a list of questions specific to the people you’ll likely be speaking with. This will not only ease your anxiety, but will also help you establish strong, authentic connections.

— Steph Auteri, Career Coaching for Word Nerds
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3. Quality over quantity, always
What is your desired outcome? If you don’t know the answer to that, you’ll never achieve it. The idea isn’t to hand out the most business cards. The idea is to have the most meaningful conversations. Instead of having the goal of meeting everyone there, try targeting a select few people and have longer more meaningful conversations rather than worrying about who to talk to next.

— Adam Gilbert, My Body Tutor
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4. Use the internet to alleviate networking anxiety
If you’re afraid or uncomfortable with networking, then use the internet to find people who share your interests and slowly move that relationship offline. The internet allows you to meet people in the comfort of your home, which will alleviate networking stress and time from your already busy entrepreneurship schedule.

— Dan Schawbel, personalbranding.com
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5. Listen and learn
Rather than start a conversation talking about yourself, why not show a curiosity in others, and listen first? Let them start talking about their projects and work experience, and pay attention to what they do to make you feel at ease and engaged. Reflect on that after the event and apply what you noticed next time you start a convo!

— Tammy Tibbetts, She’s the First
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6. The power of the short and simple pitch
Develop a short and simple introduction pitch that describes what you do and why you do it. It should give someone a quick and easy idea of the features and benefits of your company. Practice makes perfect. Repeat your brand statement often to friends, colleagues and new associates. Put it into action at your next event and proudly share your vision with confidence.

— Erica Nicole, YFS Magazine: Young, Fabulous & Self Employed
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7. The silver bullet
The Silver Bullet is hard work. Practice, Practice, Practice makes perfect. Look at the people who you admire with networking capabilities, what do you like about them? Can you practice doing those things? The best book to read on this topic was written 100 years ago by Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People. They even have live classes that you can take to practice networking.

— Louis Lautman, Young Entrepreneur Society
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8. Make it a game
Try turning the networking experience into a game. Go with a friend, and then set challenges for each other. “I challenge you to go up and introduce yourself to that closed-off group of people.” “I challenge you to get that guy’s business card.” Etc. It’s amazing how something so simple can take the pressure off and allow you to be yourself, but also creative in your approach to networking.

— Colin Wright, Ebookling
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9. Make people feel great
Take Maya Angelou’s advice and remember that after the event, most people probably won’t remember what you do or what you said, but they will remember how you made them feel. Make them feel great about themselves, their business and what they do and you’ll have made the all-important first connection, upon which you can build.

— Lea Woodward, Kinetiva
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10. Change your mindset
Rather than talking about yourself and constantly thinking “What can this person do for me?” re-frame the experience completely. Make it a goal to meet cool people, and help them in anyway possible through your business or contacts, and develop long lasting friendships. The benefits, even though they may be months or years down the line, will follow.

— Matt Mickiewicz, 99designs
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11. What is your desired outcome?
Be intentional about networking. Entrepreneurs don’t have time or patience for small talk. We want to dig into your soul and discover who you are within five minutes of meeting you. And we want you to do the same with us. Know what you want from each person you approach, and be forward about it. If they can’t or aren’t willing to help, say, “It was nice meeting you” and move on.

— Nicholas Tart, 14 Clicks
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12. It’s only the beginning
Remember when you step into the event, it’s only the beginning. The end goal (of the event) is not to ink a deal, but to put yourself in a position where you can connect with that person again at a less crowded, less noisy future date. That means you have to follow-up and keep showing up. Be of a service mind set. Listen to their story and think about who in your network they should meet.

— Michael Bruny, runthepoint.com
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13. Be something memorable
Part of creating your personal brand is coming up with that “thing” that makes people remember you. When networking you want it to be the same way. Maybe it’s the tie you wear or the sneakers with the suit. Or maybe it is a specific conversation you want to have. But just be you. Then when you follow up, you can have an instant conversation starter based on your memorable action or trait.

— Greg Rollett, Radically Ambitious
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14. Don’t think about networking at a networking event
The best way to create anything meaningful at an event is to cut off all thoughts that you’ll be “networking” with people. That will stress you out and make you nervous. Focus on being EXACTLY who you are, always offer a helpful suggestion to others (“have you thought of X to improve Y?”) and listen as much as you can. People love to talk about themselves so listening will get you in good books.

— Ishita Gupta, fearlessstories.com
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15. Introverts must be more creative
If you’re less of a face-to-face networker and more of an introvert, it’s difficult to make those one-on-one connections with others. That’s why you have to get creative to make an impact. Design a business card that demands attention, wear something memorable, or even do something out of the ordinary that will leave people talking.

— Logan Lenz, Endagon
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16. Get in the game
You can’t hit a home run from the bench. Be proactive and start conversations with others. Ask open-ended questions, people love nothing more than talking about themselves. Balance your time carefully between listening and talking. Most importantly, follow-up with the connections made to the transform an initial meeting to a long lasting business relationship.

— Anthony Saladino, Kitchen Cabinet Kings
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17. Follow up to get through
There are lot of great verbal seductionists out there, but the first and best way to separate talk from talent is follow up. Few people go the extra step to deliver on their promises or even just send a friendly note. The common story is getting “caught up” or having “no time.” But uncommon individuals makes time for networking with the understanding that action is more important than words.

— Kent Healy, The Uncommon Life
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18. It just takes one
For many people, networking events can be overwhelming. Letting yourself focus on just meeting one new person at an event can be enough, especially if you’re having difficulties making connections with everyone present. Ideally, you can check up on who will be at the next event beforehand, so you can choose that one perfect person, but even if you can’t, one good connection is worth your time.

— Thursday Bram, Hyper Modern Consulting
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19. Smile!
If you’re putting to much pressure on yourself to yield a specific outcome, you might rob yourself of an opportunity to have fun, practice the art of conversation and get to know people. Start with a smile! You’d be surprised at how far it takes you. From there, focus on asking the other person questions that get *them* to smile — it will leave a memorable mark and you’ll build real connections.

— Jenny Blake, Life After College
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20. Attend events where you feel comfortable for the best networking results
It may be time to re-think where you spend your time. Networking can happen anywhere-I’ve met potential clients at grocery stores, photocopy centers, coffee shops and parties. Choose a few events such as a sports team or an arts group where you really enjoy yourself and then as you build relationships with people, you can naturally share with them about what you do.

— Elizabeth Saunders, Real Life E®
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21. Set a measurable goal
Instead of going into an event with the mere desire of “networking,” set a clear goal of what you’re hoping to achieve out of attending. Do you aim to meet three new people at the event? Do you want to connect with a certain type of individual? If you cannot come up with a measurable goal, perhaps the event is not worth your time.

— Heather Huhman, Come Recommended
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22. Don’t try so hard
I hate it when I’m at an event and I meet someone who’s trying to sell me on something. I like meeting authentic people. Don’t worry too much about pitching your business at these events. Just meet and mingle, talk about whatever is interesting, and leave with a business card. That’s it.

— Eric Bahn, Beat The GMAT
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23. Know whom to meet
Before each event look at the list of people attending and figure out who you want to meet. At small events you can easily find the organizer, if you know whom it is, who knows everyone and can continue to point you in the right direction. Even reach out beforehand via email or twitter so the first introduction isn’t as awkward.

— Jared O’Toole, Under30Ceo.com
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24. Remember names
I’m terrible at remembering names, but if I practice before and after any event, I do a much better job next time I see the person and it leave an impression on them by simply calling them by their first name. I read somewhere this was George W. Bush’s secret to power and I have to tell you it works.  — Timothy Sykes, Millionaire Media LLC

“I have found that helping people to develop personal goals has proven to be the most effective way to help them cope with problems. Observing the lives of people who have mastered adversity, I have noted that they have established goals and sought with all their effort to achieve them. From the moment they decided to concentrate all their energies on a specific objective, they began to surmount the most difficult odds.”

Your Vision of the future, lies from within

Gray Lawrence

The greatest freedom is to be responsible. –Lazaris

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