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October 04, 2004

Power Tips newsletter, Issue #005

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“365 Daily Success Quotes” f*ree e-book for you.

One Minute Tip
Power Quotes
Tips for your Happiness
Tips for your Health
Tips for your Prosperity
Sponsored Resources
Editor’s Note.

One Minute Tip:

Power Questions to consider:

1. Am I giving my complete attention to others when they talk to me?
3. Am I doing all I can to understand their needs, wants and expectations?
3. Am I asking for clarification of what I don’t fully understand?
4. Am I asking Optimal questions to help others discover their own best solutions?
5. Am I bringing out the best in others?

Power Quotes:



“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Usually a person has more faith in their fear than faith in their future…” — Doug Firebaugh

“Material success may result in the accumulation of possessions; but only spiritual success will enable you to enjoy them.” — Nido Qubein

“The secret of making something work in your lives is, first of all, the deep desire to make it work: then the faith and belief that it can work: then to hold that clear definite vision in your consciousness and see it working out step by step, without one thought of doubt or disbelief.” — Eileen Caddy



“If you own the problem, you own the customer. If you lose the problem, you lose the customer. It’s just that simple.” — Jeffrey Gitomer

“Sophisticated people don’t leave early. The man says, ‘Yeah, but I want to beat the traffic.’ Isn’t that a great skill to have – beating the traffic!” — Jim Rohn

“Concentrate on one thing, the most important thing, and stay with it until it’s complete.” — Brian Tracy

“There is nothing so fatal to character as half finished tasks.” — David Lloyd George


Financial Independence-

“Do yourself a favor and master the art of money. Treat it as an honored guest in your life, one who will quickly flee if you do not treat her well, but one who will stay and enrich your life beyond measure if you treat her with care and respect.” — Philip E. Humbert

“Earn all you can, give all you can, save all you can.” — John Wesley

“Financial independence is the ability to live from the income of your own personal resources.” — Jim Rohn

“Make your financial independence a primary goal in life and begin working toward it today.” — Brian Tracy

Tips for your Happiness:

Attitude & Association by Jerry Clark

Charlie Tremendous Jones said that you will be the same person five years from now that you are today except for the books you read, the tapes you listen to and the people you associate with. In other words, where you are five years from now will greatly be determined by how far you have personally grown five years from now. You should be excited because it means that we can have more than we have because we can become more than we are. Since books, tapes, and people will be our main source for personal growth, let’s take a look at each one and see how they can help us positively transform our lives.

Research has found that 58% of high school graduates never read another book from cover to cover the rest of their adult life. Approximately 78% of the population has not been in a bookstore in the last 5 years. A full 97% of the population in the United States does not have a Library card even though they are free. The average child spends less than 1% of their free time reading and about 54% of their free time in front of the Television (either watching it or playing video games). There is a wealth of knowledge in books that can help us professionally and personally grow into the person we will need to be in order to achieve our goals. We suggest you read at least 10 pages of a good book a day. The key word is good. That means a book about Madonna or a Stephen King novel doesn’t count.

What do most people listen to while driving in the morning on their way to work? That’s right you guessed it the radio. When was the last time you listened to the radio and heard of all of the exciting, positive, and empowering things occurring in the World? It’s time to turn your automobile into a moving University. There are tapes produced on just about every imaginable subject especially personal growth related issues. Turn off the radio and turn on the tape player. Put in tapes that can help take you to the next level both personally and professionally and you will be pleasantly surprised at the results you get. The results will not come because of luck or fate. They will come because you will be operating within the guidelines of natural laws. And one of Nature’s Laws is the Law of Sowing and Reaping, which says that you will Reap what you Sow. By listening to empowering tape programs you are Sowing the seeds of prosperity and as long as you keep Sowing those seeds and cultivating them, you have no other choice but to Reap the harvest of the seeds you planted. The Compounded effect will eventually kick in.

The people you associate with will have a bigger influence on your success than any other factor we’ve thus far discussed. This is because when you’re dealing with a human being, you are not only dealing with words, but you’re also dealing with emotions. The emotions of love, hate, joy, sorrow, courage, fear, etc. Even though we don’t like to admit it, we are more emotional in nature than rational. You are not in a product business or opportunity business, you are in a people business. As you have probably already realized, people don’t like things that go against traditional methods of operation. Therefore, you may find resistance in some people regarding your Network Marketing business. Some people may even ridicule you and think you have lost your mind for getting started in such a non-traditional business. In order for you to be all that you can be (no this is not a commercial for the Army), you should ask yourself the following questions regarding the people you currently associate with:

1) Who are they? Hopefully your can answer this in 2 seconds.

2) What are they doing to me? In other words, what do they have you thinking, going, doing? What kinds of conversations do they have you engaged in? What type of dreams do they have you visualizing?

3) Is that OK? If the answer is “Yes” then you may want to Expand your association with them because you are on track to personal growth. If the answer is “No” then you may want to Limit your association with those people. In other words maybe you can spend 2 days with some people, but not 2 weeks. Maybe you can spend 2 hours with some people but not 2 days. Or you may have to even completely Disassociate from some people for a while. The key words are for a while. In other words, just long enough for you to get some momentum going in your life. The statement that says, Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude is very true. So every day in every way you want to work on improving your attitude because only then can you more effortlessly and easily move towards accomplishing your every desire.

Jerry Clark became a self-made millionaire while still in his 20’s. Today he conducts personal and professional development seminars in over 35 countries worldwide. To find out more about Jerry and his Best Selling programs including Insider Secrets Vol. 1 and 2, Creating Magic and High Achievement Network Marketing go to and save 20% – 40%

Tips for your Health:

Are you struggling with self-limiting beliefs and/or behaviors? Are you settling for second best? Do your actions support your best interests? Are you ready to eliminate the core beliefs, feelings and actions that are preventing you from optimizing your life? Are you ready to make the most of your life?

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Tips for your Prosperity:

In her best-selling book, “Prosperity,” Catherine Ponder wrote that “You are prosperous to the degree that you are experiencing peace (happiness), health and plenty in your world.” Two out of three might be good but it’s not prosperity.

If you’ve got peace and health that’s better than most, but without “plenty” you’re not prosperous. Life might not be so good if you had health and plenty but lacked peace. So it takes all three.

How many of the three do you have in your world at this moment?

If you answered all three, congratulations and I am extremely happy for you because I know first-hand how wonderful your life is right now. Perhaps you’ll pass this email on to a deserving friend who has not yet created a prosperous life.

If you don’t have peace, health and plenty in your life right now, which of these symptoms do you have:

* You are obsessed about your lack of money
* Your weight is out of control and you have little interest in controlling it
* You’re secretly hoping that some event like winning the lottery or an inheritance will solve your current situation
* Your life is under pressure in all areas: personal, financial and professional
* Your health has declined
* You feel increasingly negative toward life and the world in general
* You seem to have had a big string of “bad luck” lately

If any of those conditions exist you are literally living an ”impoverished life.” And I know first-hand how that feels as well because not so many years ago I suffered with some of the symptoms above.

One of Ponder’s proteges, Randy Gage, writes that poverty is not a lack of money or a lack of things, it’s a mindset. And so is prosperity. Simply developing the proper mindset will bring peace, health and plenty into your life.

I’ve been greatly impressed with Randy’s teachings going on five years now. He has emerged as a true “prosperity and abundance” guru. Here’s an example of some of his great wisdom:


There is a lot of talk among the middle and lower class about how fixated rich people are about money. Many of them believe that the rich only think about money. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, poor people think about money a whole lot more than rich people do.

This is a case of what psychologists call “projecting.” Meaning that people project their own fears, prejudices, and motives on others.

By their very nature, poor people think about money all the time. I remember when I was broke, it was about all I could think about. If the phone rang, I wondered if it was a bill collector. When I drove somewhere, I worried whether my car would break down and I wouldn’t be able to afford fixing it. I noticed people with nice cars and clothes and I was jealous of them. I wondered what they did to deserve what they had.

I was always juggling bills, making payment arrangements and wondering how I would pay the next round. I was fixated with money, because everything bad that was happening to me seemed to be a result of not having enough money.

Now that I have money, I very seldom think about it. Money is one of the lubricants that enhance life and magnify the experiences you have. Once you “get the money thing out of the way,” it allows you to experience the benefits without the anxiety.”

It’s that kind of teaching that is why we’re excited to offer a live tele-seminar with Randy called “Prosperity Mind.”

This is a great opportunity to learn how to attract and manifest prosperity in all areas of your life.

Take a moment now to check out the details:

Mastery TV motivation viewing for this month:

Are you struggling with self-limiting beliefs and/or behaviors?
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interests? Are you ready to eliminate the core beliefs, feelings and
actions that are preventing you from optimizing your life? Are you
ready to make the most of your life?

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Editor’s Note:

It got me – on several of the items, including #19. (And for goodness sake, DON’T PEEK! Save the laugh for later!)

You Know You’re Living in 2004 When:

1. You accidentally enter your password on the microwave.
2. You haven’t played solitaire with real cards in years.
3. You have a list of 15 phone numbers to reach your family of 3.
4. You e-mail the person who works at the desk next to you.
5. Your reason for not staying in touch with friends and family is that they don’t have e-mail addresses.
6. You go home after a long day at the office and still answer the phone with your name and title.
7. You make phone calls from home, you accidentally dial “9” to get an outside line.
8. You’ve sat at the same desk for four years and worked for three different companies.
10. You learn about your redundancy on the 11 o’clock news.
11. Your boss doesn’t have a clue how to do your job.
12. You pull up in your own driveway and use your cell phone to see if anyone is home.
13. Every commercial on television has a website at the bottom of the screen.
14. Leaving the house without your cell phone, which you didn’t have for the first 20 or 30 (or 60) years of your life, is now a cause for panic and you turn around to go get it.
15. You get up in the morning and go online before getting your coffee.
16. You start tilting your head sideways to smile. 🙂
17. You’re reading this and nodding and laughing.
18. Even worse, you know exactly who you are going to forward this message to.
19. You are too busy to notice there was no #9 on this list.
20. You actually scrolled back up to see if there was a #9 on this list.

AND now you are hopefully laughing at yourself… 🙂

Thank you for joining us this month, I hope that you have found some extra motivation and inspiration on HOW TO LOVE YOUR LIFE!

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Your Editor,
Helene Malmsio.


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