Saturday, July 18, 2009

Love is all you need?

Below is a great story I came across today while blog surfing. I think the Beatles were right when the sang "Love is All You Need". Think about it, what would all the wealth and success in the world mean without any love? ...... Enjoy,


This could happen to anyone, including You! What I’m about to tell you will shock you. The key though I am sharing is the potential for you creating an abundance of money and being blessed with love and success.Listen carefully: A woman living in downtown Ontario, Canada came out of her house and saw 3 old men with long white beards sitting in her front yard.She did not recognize them.She said “I don’t think I know you, but you must be hungry. Please come in and have something to eat.”“Is the man of the house home?” they asked.“No”, she replied. “He’s out.”“Then we cannot come in”, they replied.In the evening when her husband came home, she told him what had happened.“Go tell them I am home and invite them in!”The woman went out and invited the men in.“We do not go into a house together,” they replied.“Why is that?” she asked.One of the old men explained: “His name is Wealth,” he said pointing to one of his friends, and said pointing to another one, “He is Success, and I am Love.” Then he added, “Now go in and discuss with your husband which one of us you want in your home.”The woman went in and told her husband what was said.Her husband was overjoyed. “How nice!!” he said. “Since that’s the case, let’s invite Wealth. Let him come and fill our home with wealth!”His wife disagreed. “My dear, why don’t we invite Success?”Their daughter was listening from the other corner of the house. She jumped in with her own suggestion: “Would it not be better to invite Love? Our home will then be filled with love!”“Let us heed our daughter’s advice,” said the husband to his wife.“Go out and invite Love to be our guest.”The woman went out and asked the 3 old men, “Which one of you is Love? Please come in and be our guest.”Love got up and started walking toward the house. The other 2 also got up and followed him. Surprised, the lady asked Wealth and Success: “I only invited Love, why are you coming in?”The old men replied together: “If you had invited Wealth or Success, the other two of us would’ve stayed out, but since you invited Love, wherever he goes, we go with him. Wherever there is Love, there is also Wealth and Success!”I heard that story from an amazing mentor and friend of mine, Bob Proctor. He went on and told me this: “Most people don’t have wealth or success in their lives and that’s probably because they don’t know how to love. Whether you want just wealth, success or love in your life… I can help you achieve it.”

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Disc Golf Keeps the Bear at Bay

I was one that was always up for a round of golf whenever the opportunity presented itself. Getting out on a beautiful day, in beautiful scenery, birds chirping and all, but I guess you could say I never quite got the hang of the links. I am a frustrated hacker. More than a frustrated hacker, I'm the guy you see out there throwing his ball, or worse yet his club into the water with a hostile shout. I am a real bear out there. As much as I look forward to getting out there, I look forward to the round ending even more.

Now philosophically I have always told myself if something gives me frustration, get out of the situation. Life is too short to get this angry, but I have never found anything to replace my urge to golf, until last summer.

My wife and I love hiking, as you probably saw in one of my previous blogs, and last June or July, somewhere in that area, we were on one of our long hikes on a local trail in the Green Bay area, when we happened upon a park with a big sign in front that read "Disc Golf Course". Now I have to admit I had heard of Disc Golf, but I never had given it much thought until we happened on the course that day.

We decided to walk around the course and we watched the Disc golfers and it brought back memories of when I was a kid making up games with the Frisbee. I was intrigued. So much so that we bought a set of discs used specifically for disc golf. The set came with a bag, a towel, a DVD to explain the game and 3 discs. I was ready to go.

After study the DVD a few days after our discovery we ventured out into the world of Disc Golf. I honestly admit I felt a little silly at first, but once I got the hang of it somewhat, I really started to enjoy myself, and as in regular golf, I was also enjoying being in nature. It was fun, and I wasn't frustrated after the game. Not to say that it doesn't come without its own challenges, because belief me some of these holes and throws you have to make are very challenging, but it doesn't come with the one thing that golf had for me. Yeah, the seething anger, and the bear in me.

Now since last summer we have discovered a few different courses and it is still fun, it is free to play in most places, and you usually don't have to wait to get on the course. The only thing missing from regular golf that I truly enjoy is the clubhouse after the game, but hey you can bring your own cocktails.

If anyone is interested as to where they can find more info on Disc golf, courses in your area, and Disc golf accessories, here are a couple of links for you to check out. Get out enjoy yourself, you can't beat the price, the fun and you will keep the bear away. Yours always,


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Monday, July 13, 2009

Abundance and Right Livelihood

When I got into network marketing in the late 90's, the team I was on really believed and stressed that you had to initiate a personal development program of at least 30-60 minutes per day to become the type of person it takes to be successful in business.

I didn't have any problem with this since well before I ever found network marketing I read self help books to overcome lack of self confidence. So I started listening to the tapes and reading the recommended books and did find it making a difference in my life, and in my business and I am always one that whole heatedly promotes personal development to everyone I know and meet, but it was a book that I found on my own that wasn't on the recommended reading list that had perhaps the biggest impact on me and that was "Abundance and Right Livelihood" by Neal Donald Walsch of "Conversations with God fame".

As sort of a guy that feels he has to do this and do that and work harder and harder, I realized as Neal describes in this book, that all I was getting was a big pile of "do do". Have you ever wondered why there are two like businesses on the same street that sell the same product, do the same thing, but one is thriving and one isn't? It is all about what you are "being", as opposed to what you are "doing".

This book taught be to be more, no matter what I was doing in my life. If I wanted more success in my business, I had to help some else achieve more success, if I wanted more love in my life, I had to give more love in my life. This just made more sense to me than any other thing I had read and made a much deeper impact than anything I had ever heard or read and I also found it much easier to implement.

I am not downplaying the impact the of all the recommended personal development books I read, and I am sure one book hits each individual a different way, but I highly recommend "Abundance and Right Livelihood" to anyone looking to achieve more in their lives. Neale Donald Walsch's personality and sense of humor make this a very easy read and it's only 130 pages long.

This indeed in my opinion a true application for living. Check it out, you won't regret it. To your success,


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Friday, July 10, 2009

Sharing Some Good Thoughts

We all create our own reality by our thoughts, words and deeds, but it does indeed start with what we are putting into our minds. Good thoughts lead to good things, bad thoughts lead to bad things. We have a choice. It's simple, but yet so powerful.

Most of us have heard of books like "As a Man Thinketh and The Power of Positive Thinking" and most recently "The Secret". These books all instruct us on the power we hold in the thoughts we are thinking and they are all best sellers, because why? Because people are not happy with the results they are getting in their lives, and the reason people are not getting what they want out of life is because of the negativity and lack consciousness that is being programmed into us by the media, the things we read and listen to.

The great thing is that we can change that. We can turn off the tv and stop putting garbage into our minds and we can start putting the teachings of these great books to actual use. Study these books and reading self improvement will start you on the path to much greater thoughts and will eventually begin to be implanted in our subconscious minds.

There is an awesome book out there which I think many of you have heard of and that is "The Power of the Subconscious Mind" by Dr. Joseph Murphy. This book is so powerful and I highly recommend it to anyone that wants to achieve long lasting results in there life. I keep a copy in my Jeep with me so I can pick it up and read it everyday. I sincerely believe this book can change your life faster than any other book out there today, because the subconscious mind is where all our habits are formed.

Another tool I have found recently is the Mindmaster program which can be found at You can install this powerful program on your computer and set it up to project positive subliminal messages to you as you work. It is extremely easy to setup and you have many different options such as color, font, how long you want the message to display, where on the screen. The greatest thing is there are categories of messages for many different areas of your life that you want to improve. You can select some or all of these and you can customize it to put your own messages in. Another cool feature is that you have access to an image vault where you can have positive images displayed on your screen that will help implant these into your subconscious.

The cost for this program is something like $44.95 and it is a one time fee. I don't get anything for recommend this program as I am not affiliated with it in anyway. What I do get is the satisfaction that I am sharing this tool with you with the knowledge that it can have a major impact on improving your thought process, which in turn will lead to a much healthier and happier life. Let me know your thoughts. :-) May they be happy ones.

Yours always,

Terry Poster

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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Here's to Blogger

Up until a few months ago most of the blogging I have ever done had to do with a particular home business I was involved in or a particular mlm/network marketing training or philosophy. Although what I was sharing I believe was informative and helpful and perhaps necessary for me to drum up a few leads, I just never felt it was personal enough. It kind of felt sterile.

In March I joined Blogger about the time of spring training in baseball, and I just thought it would be fun to write about something light and fun for a change, so I did a blog on baseball. I was right, it was not only fun, it felt like a great release as well. It, what should I say, woke up part of me, that appeared to be somewhat asleep. Part of me felt a little guilty that I wasn't writing about the business I was involved with, but after giving if some deep thought, I decided that there were many other parts of me that could use a wake up call and since then I have been having a great time blogging and sharing my interests.

My biggest problem now is what interest I should write about next. I had forgotten how many things in life that really bring me pleasure. This itself has been worth starting this blog. To open my mind again to these many great parts of me, and share it with the world. Laughing out loud, well maybe not the world, but the few people that find it interest enough to read it.

I feel somewhat reborn, and can't wait to dig into some old parts of me that have been lying dormant. This is probably not the most exciting post, but I just wanted to express what Blogger has done for me. I'm just being myself and loving it. If that means a mlm/network marketing post from time to time, that is part of me to. I encourage everyone to share their passions on blogger. It has been very, very good to me.

Terry P.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Hiking is Good For the Soul

When I need a break from the phone calls, conference calls, meeting and just life in general the first thought I have is to take a hike. Northeast Wisconsin has a lot of great places to hike and many levels of hiking for the novice to the gung ho hiker. There is just something about getting out on some quite trail that frees the mind and soothes the soul. I do some of my best and creative thinking just walking along taking in nature, and usually without even trying. It all comes so naturally in nature.

There have been times when I have been bogged down with a problem or situation and I just want to get away from it, and low and behold a solution or an idea pops into my head. This is just one testimony on the beauty of hiking.

Some of the other benefits of visiting a hiking trail are getting great exercise and burning calories or course, seeing wildlife and nature, and most important just getting in touch with your soul. It's a such a great feeling that I wanted to put it into this blog so that everyone can know what I get out of hiking. I love it

I usually walk about 4 to 8 miles when I hike, but this is when I pre plan a hike in advance. If it's just a spur of the moment hike at a trail close to home, on a day I just need to get away, I usually keep it to 1 -3 miles. It's all really up to you. You can start slow and gradually work your way up or just take jaunts, whatever works best for your preference and/or schedule.

Some of the things I would recommend taking on a hike are as follows 1) water 2) light snack 3)cell phone, turned off, only use as needed. 4) comfortable walking shoes 5) sunscreen 6) hat and perhaps an extra shirt 7) compass. This will guarantee a safe and enjoyable hike.

There are great hiking trails all over the US and I found this website that will help you locate a trail based on many different preferences. It's also great if you are planning a vacation and want to know where some of the best scenic trails are. The site is It also offers many tips and just about anything that you can think of as far as planning a hike goes.

So with that, I'm off for another hike. I hope you get out and enjoy one soon.

Terry Poster

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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Terry P's Egg Salad Special

As the middle child of 7 kids growing up I helped mom in the kitchen quite a bit. Not so much because I had to as much as I loved to. I used to spend hours with my mom learning how to prepare main dishes, desserts and so forth. As I grew older the passion continued and I started cooking for friends. To this day I still fancy myself as somewhat of a chef so from time to time I wish to share a few of my recipes.

Since it is summer I am always looking for something quick to make in the kitchen and one of my summer favorites is my egg salad sandwiches. Although it may sound pretty plain I have received a lot of compliments on this. A dash of this and that really brings this mixture to life.


4 eggs


yellow mustard

12 green olives

crushed red pepper


seasoned salt

sour cream

black pepper

1 onion

1 tomato


bacon bit

8 slices of wheat or white bread

Boil eggs for 3 minutes, and let cool. You can do this ahead of time so that they are ready for you at lunch time. Peel eggs and chop with spoon in large mixing bowl. Add one table spoon of mayonnaise, one table spoon of sour cream and 1/2 table spoon of yellow mustard and mix thoroughly. Then sprinkle in 1/2 table spoon of crushed red pepper, a hint of basil, black pepper and seasoning salt. Chop 12 green olives and add to mixture and once again mix thoroughly. Your mixture is now ready. If you want you can cool in the refrigerator for 30 minutes or it is good just as it is.

Now toast your bread and lay on your plate. Add a mixture to each sandwich and top with bacon bits, a slice of onion, tomato and top it off with lettuce. Add the top slice to your sandwich, slice diagonally and serve with a pickle. Hm mm. good. Let me know how it goes for you. I also substitute jalapeno peppers for the green olives at times. Enjoy.


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Monday, July 6, 2009

Steve McNair, A Tragedy in Many Ways

I remember watching Steve McNair play on Thursday night football with the Ravens on the NFL channel back in the 2007 season and I remember saying to my wife, "this is the case of a guy that didn't know when to hang it up." He was awful, he was struggling to get up almost every play it seemed, and when he did manage to get a play off it was just plain ugly.

This was a sad story to me, because I remember him in his great years with the Titans and he seemed much to young to be physically that beat up. I was never a huge fan of his, but I always admired and respected what he could do on the football field, but that day to me was a tragedy.

Obviously this tragedy does not compare with what happened this past weekend, with Steve McNair being gunned down my his 20 year old mistress Saleh Kazemi in an apparent murder/suicide. Who would have known? To the public eye McNair was a good man, good father, good husband and a good man in his community, but with the now airing of the dark secret(s) that he did have, it makes you stop and think, just who can you hold up on a pedestal as a true role model?

So many athletes, movie stars and public figures are made out to be hero's by the media and by the fans that adore them only to later prove only to be a major disappointment. I'm not saying Steve McNair was a bad person, I think he was a good guy that got involved in some bad things and obviously made some bad decisions, but has proved to be a disappointing role model to so many people that adored him.

I think it's time to wake up and start taking stock of who we should really be holding up on our pedestals and aspiring to be like and start looking close to home. We have so many role models and great in our own homes, communities and hearts to be taking a chance with these public icons. What's wrong with having mom or dad or cousin Louie, your kids little league coach, God, Jesus, Allah or your creator be your role mode. These are people that are close to you that you truly know and love and the biggest thing of all they most likely won't disappoint you.

I'm not saying that all athletes and celebrities are bad people, but it is been proved over and over again that they are truly not always what they are cracked up to be and end up breaking many hearts.

Take a sure bet when you choose your role model and you won't end up feeling like so many people do today after this tragic ending to a man's life. God Bless Steve McNair and his family and the Kazemi family. God bless you,


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Sunday, July 5, 2009

The Games We Play

As a kid who loved sports I grew up playing games like Apba, Strato-matic and Avalon Hill. I eventually graduated to Pursue the Pennant and Dynasty League baseball. I loved sports, I love statistics and strategy and I spent hours playing these games. The managing of my favorite teams and stars and the quick flow of the game consumed hour after hour for me. I admit it, I was a sports board game geek, but I loved it.

This was before the age of computers and games systems and I had to keep my own statistics, but I didn't mind, in fact it felt personal seeing game after game what these players were doing in my little world. My best friend and I created our own leagues and spent hours comparing stats and dramatic games. I was in heaven. I wouldn't change that for the world. It seemed like the best of times.

I recently purchased a playstation 3 and of course you need to purchase games, because they are not included so I picked up a copy of MLB the Show '09. I have to admit the graphics in this game is beyond compare you feel you are right at the ballpark. The player mannerisms the action is uncanny. This game keeps all the stats and then some and offers many different competition levels and even online competition. Amazing how far the gaming world has come since I was a kid.

I started a season and have been playing my Milwaukee Brewers, but have been struggling mightily. It first took me awhile to get used to the speed of the game and pitching, which is cool, because it is just like playing real ball, and it is fun competing against the computer and others online, but some things are missing.

You think I would be in heaven with the life like graphics and modern technology, but here is a 50 years old man cursing at the tv screen at bat after at bat and game after game due to the frustrating nature of trying to hit the baseball with my favorite players. My wife just laughs at me, which makes me more upset and I'm sure it is pretty comical, but many times this game just puts me in a bad mood. I don't remember feeling this way when I was playing the games of my youth. I remember being awake at night thinking about playing again as soon as I got up. Not ready to punch out my tv.

Last night after getting crushed by the Cardinals 7-2 and only mustering 6 hits I said enough is enough. I was steaming. How and why could a game do this do me? I am ready to throw in the towel. Maybe I should just play in managerial mode, or maybe I should let the computer simulate my season, but my competitive nature makes me want to go out and start hacking again, but for the sake of my sanity I think I am going to go back to the old school games. Hey, at least there are wild plays and rain delays and now you can play them on the PC and let the PC update all the stats. I need something to justify my actions.

As great as PS3 is and MLB '09 the show is with all the stunning graphics and statistics, it could be even better by adding some of these wild plays and rain delays, etc. Maybe have a fan run on the field or grab a ball in play or have a bug invasion like what happened in Cleveland a few years ago in the playoffs. They have all the technology. Why not? Again, justifying my actions. :-)

I know I am kind of rambling here, and I could go on and on about this, because I love gaming, but I wanted to kind of get out my frustrations and the whole point of this blog post is to say, if something is causing this must frustration and displeasure in your life, put it aside and find something that gives you happiness, because other people have to live with you, and most of all you have to live with yourself. Life's to short to be screaming at the tv and raising the blood pressure. Happy gaming! Love to hear your opinions and stories of your games.

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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Be Careful What You Listen To.

As a young man who inspired to be a songwriter I always found it was much easier to tap into my dark side when writing songs. I would write songs about relationships gone bad, things gone wrong in my life, and doom and gloom type topics. It just seemed to flow out of me.

After honing my hobby craft for a few years I was playing some of my songs for friends and I was fortunate to have a friend that was completely straight and honest with me when he said, "Terry, your songs are OK, but they are such a downer to listen to, don't you ever feel good about life?" This really hit me straight between the eyes, and I thought to myself, sure I feel good about a lot of things, but who wants to hear about those? The truth is, it was harder to write about good feelings and good things, because I listened to and was programmed and surrounded by lack and negative thinking people, places and things. This is what I was exposing myself to and this is exactly what I was getting in my life as well. It was a tough lesson, but a lesson I did learn. That is why it is often said, you will obtain a like income to your 5 closest friends. It is because of what you are exposing yourself to.

Today I write and listen to more things that inspire me and bring me joy, then things that bring me lack thinking and sad feelings. I am not saying you should never listen to music that may have some negative thinking, sometimes emotions need to be feed, I am just cautioning about the reality that over exposure to a lot of the media, music and junk out there is hazardous to your complete well being. I choose to shy away from the news, music with lyrics about being broke, abuse of women, etc., but when the mood strikes me I will listen to the blues or rock n roll that may not portray the perfect message I want to instill in my being, but it is more of an emotional thing for me. A good balance is recommended.

So today I just wanted to share with you my thoughts on exposure to the negative and lack conscious junk that is out there in hopes that we can increase awareness of things that may be holding us back in life. There is so much out there that is beautiful and positive and promotes inspiration and great things to happen within ourselves rather than to poison our minds. Enjoy music, enjoy life, live to be the most you can be. God Bless,


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Thursday, July 2, 2009

It's A Long Season

I sat in chair frustrated yesterday afternoon as my Milwaukee Brewers fell to the New York Mets 1-0. Not so much frustrated by the loss, but once again the missed opportunities again, in what has been a year of inconsistency. 7th Inning and Prince Fielder on 2nd base with no out and Corey Hart at the plate, a missed bunt attempt and Prince getting caught dancing off second base by catcher Brian Schneider was a prime example of another missed opportunity. Although the Brewers have matured in their base running skills in the few years, they still make too many outs on the base paths, which also drives manager Ken Macha nuts.

That being said, I just feel the Brewers could have a much better record than they have and a more comfortable lead in the National League Central, but I have to keep telling myself, it's a long season and the main objective at this point of the season is to stay within striking distance of 1st place until September rolls around and then get ready to pour it on and do battle.

I feel the Brewers need to do a few things to stay within striking distance. One being going with a more consistent lineup and batting order. I know the lose of Rickie Weeks has hurt, but since then we have had a million different lead off hitters and lineups. I think they should either commit to Gamel being the third baseman right now or send him back to the minors. He needs to be in there everyday to obtain more consistent. I'd like to see Gamel at third and McGehee at 2nd everyday with Counsell coming off the bench to spell them. Leave Hall on the bench where he belongs, since he has been mired in a slump, well I guess you can call it a slump, for the past 2 seasons.

Speaking of the bench, they need one more bat on the bench. Frank Catalanotto has been ok, but we need a bat with a little more pop. Jody Gerut has been a bust so far. I'd like to see Mike Rivera get a little more playing time as well. The bullpen is fine for the stretch run, but one more quality starter would put us in good position. It was encouraging to see the start by Mike Burns the other night, but somehow I don't think that will be the norm.

All and all the Brewers have to nucleus of a pennant contender with Prince Fielder and Ryan Braun leading the way, but we need another guy to step up in the lineup as Corey Hart and JJ Hardy aren't having the kind of years they were expected to have, but JJ seems to be coming out of it lately. Again, I'd like to see a more consistent lineup, because I feel it would create more consistency. Here is the lineup I would like to see against lefties and righties.

1) Corey Hart-RF

2) JJ Hardy-SS

3) Ryan Braun-LF

4) Prince Fielder-1b

5) Casey McGehee-2b

6) Mat Gamel-3b

7) Mike Cameron-CF

8) Jason Kendall-C

Hey Ken give this one a shot and stick with it. Looks like a winner to me. A one game lead right now is nice, and I'll hang in there despite the lineups you throw out there, and try to realize it's a long season. Go CREW!

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

5 Keys to Choosing The Right Home Business

When researching home based business opportunities one should be aware of a few key things that will help you choose the right business for you. There are more and more home businesses/mlm opportunites everyday and believe me I have seen the good, bad & extremely ugly, but I have discovered what makes an opportunity worthwhile to me.

The #1 key is to make sure the opportunity has a good, consumable product that people want. If you have a product that is good, but people only need it one time, you are going to have to keep scrambling to find new customers. That is way too much work and not necessary. Repeat, residuals sales and word of mouth is a very big thing if you want to grow a strong business thriving business.

The #2 Key is to find a business that has a product you are passionate about. Believe me it will be much easier to promote something you enjoy and love as opposed to trying to sell something like life insurance, unless or course you are passionate about life insurance, but it will also show through to your prospects. If you love what you are doing it will shine through.

The #3 Key is to make sure the opportunity you are exploring has a support system. To often, and it is so unfortunate that their are people and businesses that are only interested in signing you up, then you can never reach them again and you are hung out to dry trying to figure out everything on your own. The best opportunities will have mentors that care about you and your success, because they realize that it comes back to them. Your success is their success and that is the way it should be. Also, make sure the company has tele-conferences, trainings and webinars on a regular basis with top income earners leading the way.

The #4 Key is to make sure the company or organization within the company has a business system in place that is working for many different types of people. My first opportunity I signed up, they handed me a briefcase and said "go knock on doors". I was 18, ambitious and shy, but needless to say I failed. That was their system and it was something I was not going to be able to succeed in. Make sure the business they have is versatile enough where that many different personalities may succeed with.

The #5 key consider is the company's compensation plan. This is something you want to study very thoroughly and decide if it is doable for you. There are many different types of compensation plans out there and people have their opinions on which one is better, but I won't to into that on this blog, but don't be afraid to ask questions as you study the plan and decide if is something you are comfortable with.

These I believe are the 5 main keys to choosing the right mlm/home based business for you, but there are other variables to consider such as, "how long has the business been in business and who heads the company and where is it located?." Make sure it all feels right to you before you join. If you feel uncomfortable about certain aspects, again, don't be afraid to ask questions to the person who is to be your sponsor. Go with your gut feeling on this, because it is a decision you are going to have to live with.

I hope this helps. Feel free to share with me other things you consider when researching a home based business. I'd love to hear your comments. Thanks again for reading my blog. Have an awesome day.

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