Ways of Managing Business meetings Effectively

Sunday, 29 August 2010
Business Meetings are hectic in this business world making life for executives or professional people to meet deadline or making it happen. There is need for proper planning for and chairing meetings. Special arrangements are needed to follow for large meetings such as board meetings or annual general meetings.
Types of meetings
1. Conference calls, telephone, video and conferencing.
2. Discussing the issue via email by sending messages to all relevant parties.
3. Webinars ,
Step in making it a success
1. Think carefully about whom to invite – very important people making decisions, those significantly affected by those decisions or those who have some specific knowledge to contribute, limit the numbers.
2. Provide relevant information to attendees
• Plenty of notice of the meeting’s time and venue
• Outline and circulate a draft of agenda and time on each topic
• Set objectives of the meeting ,start and end of meeting especially if you are holding a lengthy meeting asking people to drop in and out
• Relevant information documents such topics to be discussed may have to be sent to attendees publications send your contact details and others staff members such as staff in case of emergence.
3. Think about catering requirement if appropriate
• Provide lunch during long hours and asking for special dietary
4. Delegate taking minutes
• Find someone other yourself in taking minutes this makes it easier in handling the meeting.
5. Find and prepare the venue
• Other essentials required include enough tables, chairs, flip charts enough paper, there is enough light, heating or ventilation enough power points over head projector or laptop.
6. Cross check very thing is okay
• Begin on the time
• Welcome every one introduction on how to use the facilities
• Taking of mobiles phones
• Set back on the objectives of meeting
7. Keep a tight rein on the proceedings
• Making sure that attendees keep to one agenda point at a time
• Summarise at the appropriate intervals and restate agreed action points
• Firmly move the discussion forward if the subject became exhausted
8. Take control and monitor
• Make sure no one dominates the meeting by removing all small meetings in the crowd (sabotage)
9. Wrap it up
• The meeting by thanking everyone for their attendances and contribution. If possible let the attendances know when the next meeting is.
10. Make sure every one is clear on the follow up action required make sure that the person taking the minutes to write them up as possible so that they can be distributed to all the attendees. Bear in mind that most of the attendees will only glance briefly at the meeting minutes or refer back to them in order to locate specific piece information.
• Agreed actions
• The people responsible for them
• Deadline if appropriate
• Date of next meeting if you agreed to arrange another
11. Common mistakes
• You shouldn’t leave the arrangements to the last minute. Plan in advance and make sure every thing is in place early and spend the time you need.
Best sources of help
12. book
• manage meetings positively : how to take change and come up with results steps to success series
London: A & C Black, 2006.

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50 ways to save money

Friday, 20 August 2010
British credit card holders now owe an average of £2,200 on their plastic and with retailers reporting a slump in sales not seen for two decades, it is clear that shoppers are reining in their spending. In short, it's payback time.

To clear a debt of £2,200 on a card that attracts an interest rate of around 15% will take more than two years assuming a monthly repayment of £100.

There are, however, plenty of simple ways to make significant savings on your regular spending that could clear the debt many times over in less than a year.

Here are This is Money's top 50 money-saving tips.

1. Change your attitude to your mortgage
The most expensive item you are ever likely to buy is your home. If you're not in the privileged position to pay cash, make sure the loan you use to finance it is the best available. For example, if you are paying your lender's full standard variable rate (SVR) you are probably paying hundreds of pounds a year more than you need to.

There are thousands of deals to choose from and while it is vital to check the small print for hidden catches, this is a relatively easy way to save a lot of money. Remember: loyalty to your bank benefits your bank, not you. Even better, if you can afford to make overpayments on your mortgage, you'll clear your debt several years early and make massive savings. For example, if you borrow £100,000 at 6% over 25 years, you'll pay it back at £643 a month. The total charge for credit will be £93,000. But if you can overpay by £100 a month you'll clear the loan in less than 19 years, giving you 6 years of mortgage-free living and saving a staggering £25,000 in interest.
Saving: £1,000s
Links: This is Money mortgage finder; mortgage calculators; mortgage guides

2. Clear your credit card debt
One of the golden rules of financial planning is to clear your most expensive debts first, in other words your credit cards. OK, credit cards offer a convenient way to pay for goods and services but if you can't clear the balance every month, consider a low-cost loan as an alternative. Do the sums: a credit card debt (APR 15%) of £2,200 over three years will cost £545 in interest. A loan at 6% will cost £209. A saving of £336.
Saving: £100s
Link: This is Money credit card finder

3. Cut the cost of your fuel bills
As the global demand for power threatens to outstrip supply, prices are rising. But that doesn't mean you need to be ripped off. The domestic market for fuel is a competitive one and you can change supplier with a few clicks of the mouse. Your new supplier will take care of the formalities - you just pay less every month.
Saving: £100
Link: Slash your fuel bills with This is Money

4. Consider installing a water meter
We take our tap water for granted. And why not? The companies behind the supply exist to make a profit, we pay them to supply water and have every right to expect it to flow from our taps. But if it doesn't rain, supply runs dry and the price goes up. So you may want to consider the possibility of installing a meter. If you have a big home with few occupants you may be surprised to learn you could halve your annual bill.
Saving: £100s
Link: water calculator

5. Cut your home phone bills
BT may seem to behave like a monopoly but it most definitely is not one. If you must use your phone there are scores of cheaper alternatives from cable companies that package your telephone, television and even broadband internet access to low-cost dial-up services that give you access to cheaper calls using your existing BT line.
Saving: £100
Link: Cut your phone bills with This is Money

6. Consider a pay-as-you go mobile
Ask yourself this: is your mobile phone absolutely necessary? If the answer is yes, then ask yourself whether you really need all those minutes and texts that come as part of your package. If you hand over £50 a month to your mobile phone company, that's £600 a year – or around £1,000 of your gross salary. But you can buy a pay-as-you-go phone for as little as £30 and only pay for the odd call as and when you need to.
Saving: £100s
Links: mobile phone deal finder

7. Make a shopping list
Food shopping forms a significant part of our monthly outgoings and the supermarket is where the bulk of the money is spent. Tesco takes £1 in every £8 spent by UK shoppers. But be warned, stores spend a small fortune studying ways of making us part with more of our money than we would otherwise intend to. Have you ever wondered why your favourite song is playing in the background as you navigate the aisles? Have you even noticed the background music? Possibly not, but you will have noticed at the checkout that the bill is often more than expected. To circumvent this, simply make a shopping list. Dig out the cookery books, plan a few meals and only buy what you need.
Saving: £10 a week = £520 a year
Link: Mysupermarket for price comparisons

8. When was the last time you went to the market?
One way to beat the supermarkets - that is, to eat healthily for less - is to use your local market stall. Lower overheads should mean lower prices. At the time of writing, cherries were on sale in Asda for £2.99 for 400g, the equivalent at the local market was going for just over £1.
Saving: £100+
9. Consider own-brand goods
You can buy a tin of Asda own-brand baked beans for 14p and a loaf bread at Asda, Tesco or Sainsbury's for 19p. Enough said.
Saving: £100
Link: Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's

10. Don't buy designer labels
Celebrities are given expensive clothes to wear. You're not. At the end of the day, and let's face it you may only wear the outfit once, can you justify paying hundreds of pounds over the odds because a top designer has had his or her name sewn on the label? And can you honestly say you can tell the difference at a distance between a £600 designer bag and a £9.99 one from the market? Think about it.
Saving: £100s
Link: Prada - note the total lack of prices
ASOS.com offers discounted brands

11. Sell your clutter on eBay
Take this quick test: You're at home. Open a cupboard. Look inside. If it's full of clothes you haven't worn, or 'good ideas a the time' you haven't used, for, let's say, three years - you don't need them. So why not sell them to someone else who does? Ebay, the online auction house, has opened individual sellers to a world of buyers. And you can flog anything for the cost of a small commission. Tip: you may want to buy a few items first to build up your rating as a respectable eBayer before you start selling.
Income: Will depend on what's in your cupboard
Links: www.ebay.co.uk; 'I'm making money from eBay'

12. Use your talent to earn extra cash
Let's face it, if you're not a pop star by the time you reach your 20s you're never going to be. But you may be able to use your talent as a guitarist to teach other wannabes the rudiments of the 12-bar blues.
Income: It's not unreasonable to charge £20 an hour

13. Do DIY
We're a nation of obsessive DIYers and for around £100 you can take a course at your local adult education college to improve the skills needed to tackle most household repairs. If the college runs plumbing courses you could soon be on track to wiping out costly call-out charges and extra insurance policies once and for all.
Saving: £100+
14. Shop around for the cheapest household insurance
Unless you drive – car insurance is mandatory - you don't need insurance. But it's strongly advisable. Can you afford to foot the bill if your house burns down? Probably not. Similarly, can you afford to pay over the odds for the same policy available elsewhere because you can't be bothered to shop around? Possibly, but it's not advisable. The internet has made finding cheaper insurance easy and you can compare hundreds of policies in minutes.
Saving: £100s
Link: This is Money's insurance finder

15. Don't automatically renew annual travel insurance
If your annual holiday insurance policy is about to expire and you don't have a holiday booked, DON'T renew the policy. You're handing your money over to cover an eventuality that won't happen. You wouldn't have car insurance if you didn't own a car. Simply restart the cover again the next time you book a trip.
Saving: £50
Link: This is Money's travel insurance finder

16. Choose cheaper breakdown insurance
The breakdown sector is dominated by big names such as the AA and RAC. But being towed home if your car breaks down is just another form of insurance like any other and there are scores of cheaper alternatives.
Saving: Up to £100 a year
Link: This is Money's breakdown insurance finder

17. Are you paying too much for your life insurance?
We're living longer. As a result the cost of insuring the unthinkable is getting cheaper all the time. If you were sold a policy when you took out or mortgage you may have been under too much stress to shop around. You could be missing a trick.
Saving: £100
Link: This is Money's life insurance finder

18. Book early
Low-cost airlines have created a market in holidays for people prepared to fly to any destination provided it's cheap. You can benefit from this too. Just remember, only a few seats on each flight are sold at bargain-basement prices and once they're sold, the prices rise. So book early.
Saving: £100
Link: Skyscanner - the air fares comparison site

19. Book your own 'package' holiday online
The popularity of High Street travel agents is waning as more and more people warm to the benefits of researching and putting together their own holidays on the internet. If your holiday consists of flights, accommodation, transfers and possibly car hire, then take this test. Order a brochure from a leading holiday company and work out the price of your holiday including all the complicated supplements. Now go online and, starting with the flights, try to put the same package together.
Saving: £100+
Links: This is flights, HotelClub.co.uk, Shuttle Direct, Holiday Autos

20. Learn to say 'no'
It's easy to capitulate to the demands of a screaming child in a packed Woolworths on a Saturday afternoon. But don't do it. Similarly, how often does a 'swift half' after work turn into a £40 drinking session? Saying 'no' a few times a year will do wonders for your bank account.
Saving: £100
23. Don't pay full price for theatre or theme park tickets
If you are prepared to tolerate the unwieldy website and hit-and-miss customer service, lastminute.com regularly boasts some amazing deals for London's theatres and the nation's theme parks. At the time of writing you can see top West End show The Producers plus a two-course meal for less than £20 a head, a saving of £60 per person, and tickets for Chessington World of Adventures cost from £12, a saving of nearly £50 for a day out for a family of four.
Saving: £100s
Link: www.lastminute.com

24. Beat the ticket touts
Ticket touts earn their living by getting hold of tickets that are 'otherwise unavailable'. Well, here's the news: they are available to everyone when they first go on sale. You just need to know when they go on sale. Simply sign up to for the free ticket alert newsletters from the main agents to ensure that you're first in the queue.
Saving: £100s
Links: Ticketline; Ticketmaster

25. Stop trying to keep up with the Joneses
Trying to keep up appearances is little more than a costly illness. Remember, you cannot judge someone by what they have because you don't know how they got it. Chances are they're in more debt than you are.
Saving: £1,000s
Link: This is Money's guide to getting out of debt

26. Trade down your car
So, you bought an American sports utility vehicle (SUV) that nets 15 miles to the gallon on a whim. Obviously we're all very impressed – especially by the personalised number plate. But can you honestly justify the ongoing expense? If not, get rid of it. Then visit a car supermarket, where you can choose from thousands of cars at knock-down prices. If you're a true money saver, consider an ex-rental model which you can pick up for a fraction of the cost of a new one.
Saving: £1,000s
Links: Daily Mail find a car service; Cargiant

27. Ask yourself: do I really need this?
Imagine the scenario. It's lunchtime and you've got an hour to kill. You find yourself in a department store and there's a sale on. You pick up a beautifully packaged selection of barbecue tools and associated garden paraphernalia. And it's half price. Now, stop! Ask yourself: Do I really need this? Exactly. Now, put it down and walk away.
Saving: £100
Link: This is Money's money savers' guides

28. Walk/cycle to the station/work
It maybe a bit of hippie notion to many people but it's free.
Saving: £100
Link: Cycle Campaign Network

29. Get off the station before your usual stop and walk
We may be creatures of habit but isn't it worth tinkering with the routine if it's costing more than £50 a month in unnecessary fares?
Saving: £100
Link: Living Streets

30. Cut down your drinking
A few beers after work a few nights a week is a financially debilitating state of affairs. Set limits and stick to them.
Saving: £100s
Link: Calculator: Pleasures v treasures

31. Pack up smoking
Never mind the health implications, the guilt and the smell, your 20-a-day habit is costing you nearly £2,000 a year. Pack it in.
Saving: Nearly £2,000
Link: Givingupsmoking.co.uk

32. Cancel your gym membership
If you pay your £40 a month by direct debit and you use the gym three times a week, great. If not, cancel your membership immediately. You'll soon save enough to buy your own bike and, if you're so inclined, a rowing machine. Consider running home from work three times a week. It's free.
Saving: £100s
Link: Compare prices for rowing machines on Kelkoo

33. Use your library
The local library is a mecca for the money saver. You'll never need to buy another cookbook, guidebook or lifestyle manual again and if you can bear to wait a few weeks in the queue for the latest blockbuster, you never need to buy books again. CDs and videos are great value too.
Saving: £100
Link: www.whichbook.net - find a book and check if it's available at your local library

34. The three-for-two trick
Now, there's a lot to be said for buy-one-get-one-free deals, especially if they pass the 'Do I really need this?' test. Then there's three-for-twos; a particularly cynical way of stores to entice shoppers to buy an extra item they would not otherwise buy. The 'offer' is always priced into the deal so do your sums and shop around.
Saving: It's a principle at stake here
Link: Discuss deals and scams with other readers

35. Buy clothes and presents in the sales
So you need a new suit and the one you like comes in at a cool £300. Wait! The chances are that you can pick it up in the sale – and there's always a sale just around the corner – for £150. The same applies for birthday and Christmas presents. Buy in bulk in the sales and you not only save money, but you enjoy stress-free pre-Christmases and no last-minute birthday worries.
Saving: £100s
37. The Christmas lottery
Instead of trying to buy a present for every relative in your family, consider getting together beforehand and picking one name from the hat. You then buy one thoughtful gift for that one person rather than attempting to please everyone at considerable cost. Everyone gets a present, everyone saves money.
Saving: £100

38. The National Lottery – it won't be you!
The odds of winning the Lotto jackpot are stacked 14m to 1 against each ticket. Some highly organised syndicates buy 14,000 tickets a week, which reduces the odds to 1,000 to 1 - but that's no guarantee of a win. For the rest of us, the difference to the odds between buying, say, 10 tickets and one is so insignificant that you should limit yourself to the one and save the extra money in a Cash mini Isa.
Saving: £100
Link: Are you sitting on a winning ticket?

39. Use your Isa allowances
If you're not already aware, you can save up to £3,000 a year in a tax-free savings account called an Isa (for the more financially savvy there's also a stocks and shares Isa). It means you don't pay any tax on the interest accrued so, if you have spare cash in your current account, this is the difference between earning next to no interest and up to £150 a year.
Saving: £100+
Link: Best Isa rates

40. Claim your benefits and tax credits
There was once a certain stigma in Britain attached to claiming benefits. Well, not any more. The Government has put benefits at the heart of the family budget and it's your money so make sure you're claiming it. That includes Child Benefit, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit and other employee-related tax benefits.
Saving: £100s
Link: Confused? Ask a This is Money Expert

41. How saving £50 a month now can save you £120 next year
Do you pay your insurance premiums by monthly instalments? If you do, then consider this: you are probably being charged a premium of between 15% and 20% for the privilege. In other words, if your home and car insurance bill for the year is £600, you're paying up to £120 a year in interest by paying monthly. If you are in a position this year to save up for next year's premiums in advance, you can save money by paying the whole lot in one go.
Saving: £100+
Link: This is Money's best savings rates

42. Do you need all those TV channels?
Britain is switching to digital-only television and time is running out for you to choose your new digital TV provider. The choice is already bewildering and with telephone-based services now being launched it's going to get more complicated. Packages range from full the monty, including every sports and movie channel costing around £50 a month, down to Freeview, which is free. Choose wisely.
Saving: £100+
43. Bin the ready meals
If TV chefs such as Ainsley Harriott can knock up a meal from a bag of random groceries including an aubergine and a packet of sultanas – so can you. Ready meals may be convenient, but preparing your own food saves money. A visit to your library will reveal scores of books dedicated to cooking proper meals in minutes.
Saving: £100+
44. Take up a money-saving hobby
Hobbies not only open your mind to new experiences but they also take up your time – important if you would otherwise spend it in the pub drinking away your hard-earned money. If a painting takes 20 hours to complete, and you normally get through a pint an hour. That's a saving of a least 40 quid a picture. Think about it. Get painting. Go fishing.
Saving: £100+

45. Avoid the payment protection racket
Banks and other lenders are selling expensive insurance policies to cover loan repayments to people who don't need it. Don't be a victim of the hard-sell.
Saving: £100
46. Avoid extended warranties
Electrical goods are more reliable than ever. If your new radio won't last three years perhaps it's not worth buying in the first place. Think about it: how many times has your fridge broken down in the last five years? And do you really need the hassle of claiming for repairs to a £15 toaster?
Saving: £100
Link: Read our guide to extended warranties

47. Shop online
The internet is gradually taking over. Online grocery shopping is getting better all the time and there are plenty of comparison websites to help find the best prices for bigger items. Give it a try, unless of course you like fighting your way through supermarket crowds.
Saving: Your sanity
Links: Online grocery service rated; PriceRunner - price comparison site

48. The Citizen's Advice Bureau is your friend
If your debts are out of control please seek help immediately from your local CAB – their advisers can help you work out a sensible strategy to get you back on your feet.
Saving: It could save your life
Link: Find your local CAB

49. Have I missed any money-saving ideas?
You can now add your comments to the Money Saving Overflow
Link: Find out more at 50 more ways to save money

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Created: July 2005
Last updated: August 2006
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20 tip of being successful

Sunday, 15 August 2010
Everyone wants to be successful. Here I am presenting 20 tips which must be followed to be successful in life, just have a look:

-> First thing, which should be kept in mind is, happiness-sorrow, success-failure is not created by god; only we are responsible for our success or failure.

-> What hinders success from coming is not the lack of knowledge but the inactivity/laziness on out part.

-> Loosing self-confidence is the biggest loss as far as achieving success is concerned.

-> If you want to become everything, you will become nothing. A jack of all is least supposed to be successful; you have to be master of one at least.

-> Daily give 10% of your time to recap what you did whole day/week so that you may learn from your and others mistakes and you may strengthen your plus points.

-> The reason of anger might be very little but its results might be too dangerous to be thought upon. Anger of just moment can destroy your whole life. So, try to avoid anger and outbursts, at least in public.

-> You must praise others in front of all, but should only criticize in person.

-> You must develop an art by which you can say certain things in an affirmative way even though you are not in favor. Say, if you want to say that you are wrong, so might say that although you are right mostly but you are not that much right this time, avoiding the word “wrong” creates a different impression and it also negates the possibility of disputes.

-> If you want progress, learn from the past and always be hopeful for a better future.

-> A direct communication is the best medium to retain friends and customers.

-> A ship is safer on the harbor but they are not meant for it. Risks are part of life and must be taken on a calculated basis. Those who cannot take risks are best for 9 to 5 jobs only.

-> A person can become great with his polite nature.

-> The ratio of hard work to destiny is 70:30, so more hard/smart work more chances of being successful.

-> The target of education is not only to impart knowledge but also to make one practical and social.

-> Ability to talk in public is a short cut to success in many ventures.

-> To bow and be polite is the quality of a successful person, to be stiff is quality of a dead person.

-> Unity of persons at a workplace is one of the main reasons of the success of the venture.

-> One who is satisfied with what he has and is always looking for what he wants is the happiest person.

-> Positive thinking and viewpoint are a must for success, creating positive energy and environment at your home and workplace is a must for peaceful and successful life.

-> Money is not the only factor for counting success; being successful means you are satisfied and living peacefully with your dear ones, remember money can bring you gadgets but not happiness.
source - http://hubpages.com/hub/20-Tips-for-being-successful

The 10 network marketing frustrations by Tracey E Mitchell

Friday, 6 August 2010
Being in the network marketing industry can be very rewarding if your are successful. Building your business can be very frustrating as you make your climb to the top. Below are the top 10 frustrations faced by all of us in network marketing.

1. No One To Talk To- You have already exausted your warm market list or friends and family. This is the first place that your upline sponsor tells you to go. This is not the greatest idea all the time because you don’t want to alienate your friends and family. Also, most of your friends and family are not qualified to go into business for themselves anyway. You need to have a way to attract people that are looking for an opportunity.

2. No Money To Market Your Business – In order to be successful in network marketing you have to be able to advertise your business and this takes money. Because of this, new marketers begin to spend more money than they are actually making and they tend to drop out of business because of this.

3. Don’t Know How To Market – Many network marketers know how to network but they don’t know how to market. It’s called network marketing not network networking. You need to find a way to learn how to market your business if you want to be successful.

4. Your Autoship Has Just Become Another Bill – It takes time to build up a residual income in network marketing and when you are paying $100 a month and receiving little to nothing for it it becomes frustrating.

5. No Upline Support – Your upline swears that they are going to help you but once they sign up they are no where to be found.

6. Constantly Having To Recruit – Becausee it’s hare for a new recruit to make money in network marketing they tend to drop out after 60-90 days so you are constantly recruiting to fill the holes in your downline.

7. Not Enough Quality Leads – Lead Generation is the life blood of your network marketing business, but buying leads is not the answer. You must learn to generate your own highly targeted leads.

8. Credibility – When you first start out in network marketing you have to build up your credibility. People don’t want to follow anyone who has no experience.

9. Duplication – Once you recruit people into your organization they don’t know how to duplicate your efforts. They just sign up and don’t do any work.

10. No Way To Follow Up – The old philosophy in network marketing is “Some will. Some won’t. So what. So Next.” If you have an autoresponder you can keep in touch with the prospects that don’t join your business. You would still be able to send them information about your company and/or products & services even though they said no to your primary opportunity.

In order to solve all of these frustrations you need to have a system in place that will provide training for you and that shows how to use the internet to market your network marketing business. There are may systems out there but you want to choose the one that brands you as a leader. Having a system in place can be the difference in being successful or failing in your network marketing business.

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My Lead System Pro (MLSP) to Host It’s First Live Event: Live The Dream
MLSP or My Lead System Pro (fka MLM Lead System Pro) is to host it’s first live international event in Las Vegas, NV on October 2nd & 3rd. MLSP’s Live The Dream Event will show how ordinary people has accomplished extraordinary income using what they have learned from this educational marketing system. This past week MLSP lauched its’ five video training series featuring MLSP leaders and industry experts.

This free 5 video training series include stories like: How a broke 21 year old kid $20K in debt hit a 6-figure income at 22 years old mak ing as much as $12,000 in 4 hours. How a fore closed real tor gen er ated over $100,000 in her first 10 months online. How a strug gling net worker increased his con ver sions over 67% with 1 sim ple web site tweak. How a bank rupt real estate devel oper hit $1.5 mil lion per year in his 2nd year of busi ness.

The free videos also show: How a mar ket ing wiz ard gen er ates up to 1,967 leads per day. How a guy with ZERO inter net mar ket ing expe ri ence hit 134 leads PER DAY for FREE his first 4 months online. How 2 dudes spon sored 151 reps in 1 hour.

When asked to comment on the event the founders (Norbert Orlewicz, Brian Fanale, and Todd Schlomer) replied: “We’re very excited to announce the launch of the “Live The Dream” Live event to be held on October 2nd & 3rd in Las Vegas, Nevada. We can’t be more excited to share these valuable content with people and to show them what’s possible.”

MLSP is an educational internet marketing system and community that was lauched in 2008. In this short time, MLSP has attracted a host of great internet and network marketing minds. The goal of MLSP is to help entreprenuers break thier own barriers by teaching proven attraction marketing principles. MLSP shows the average marketer how to brand his or herself as a leader by providing websites that brand each individual marketer.

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Short On Funds? – A Funded Proposal Could be the Answer
What is a Funded Proposal? A funded proposal concept is based on charging your prospects for a low priced front end product or service. In the internet marketing world this could be an e-book or software that will help your prospects in their online business. There are three main benefits to having a funded proposal: Up front capital to help you build your business, Downline Retention, and the ability to build a list of highly qualified leads.

Believe it or not, 95-97% of the people that you speak to are not going to join your primary business. You need a way to profit from the prospects that tell you no. By offering your own product or by promoting an affiliate product, you can earn upfront capital to build your primary business. You can also begin to stop spending more money than you are actually making.

Having a funded proposal will also help you to maintain your downline. If you can help show your downline a way to get into profit quickly then they can afford to stay in your organization longer than the typical 60-90 days. Therefore, you can spend more time training your reps to duplicate your efforts instead of constantly recruiting to try to replace the reps that are dropping out of your organization.

A funded proposal can also help you build a list of qualified leads. Once a person buys your product or service, they become part of your list. They began to view you as a leader because you recommended a quality product to them that is helping them in their business. Because of this they are more likely to buy what you recommend in the future or maybe even join your primary opportunity.

Well now you may be wondering how to set up a funded proposal. You don’t have to necessarily do it yourself. There are many marketing systems available. Make sure that you join a system that already has the funded proposal in place. Also, make sure that the system that you join brands you as a leader. You also want to look at the other members of the system. You want to be in the company of people that are on top of their game. You want to able to network with people who are having the kind of success that you want to have. You also want to join a system that is duplicatable – this one of the keys to building a successful network marketing business.

A funded proposal is not intended to become a revenue stream but it can be. Especially if your funded proposal system has multiple affiliate products that you can earn money from. If you are a newbie to network marketing or even if you are not new and are struggling in network marketing, a funded proposal can mean the difference between surviving or failing in network marketing. A funded proposal is a key factor in helping you stay afloat while you are building your business.

To Your Prosperity!

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