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Archive for September 2010

Identify Your Passion(s), Never Stop Learning, Don’t Give Up

Loving your job, in my mind, always conjures up that famous Crosby, Stills & Nash song “Love The One You’re With”; meaning, sure you may not ever find your perfect job, so might as well love the job you have.  While this can be helpful in making it through a particularly tough season in any job, doing what you love is actually attainable for some  (not all) of us, and if you ever get the chance, you need to jump on it.  How do you know what you’re passionate about and how do you make money at it? The answers are different for everyone, but here’s a good start.

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Ardyss offers an opportunity to become an independent distributor for health and wellness products. Personal Care, Mens Body Shapers, Womens Body Shapers, and  Targeted Nutrition.

The Ardyss Business Model
Ardyss commercializes its products through Network Marketing. This business model has created many millionaires in the world in the last 50 years. It’s your turn to have the life of your dreams. We look forward to helping YOU become our next success story.

Ardyss’ Independent Distributors act on behalf of the company to promote and distribute the company’s immense line of products via interpersonal and social networks as opposed to the traditional method of advertising.

In traditional marketing, before a product is sold, it must go through many hands, which increases the price of the product being marketed.

However, Ardyss International’s structure is designed to compensate its Independent Distributors to market and sell its products.

How is it possible to afford to compensate Independent Distributors? The answer is simple. Distributors serve as the billboards for the company by sharing their product experiences with others.

It’s something every person does, when we tell others about a great movie or a sale at the local grocery store. Those types of referrals don’t compensate you for sharing your experience with others. However, building relationships in Ardyss can bring great compensation rewards as you help to change lives. In that, the company pays most margins to its distributors instead of a middleman


The grass is always greener when it comes to working from home.  Ask nearly anyone who doesn’t and they’ll say they wish they could, ask nearly anyone who does and they’ll tell you it’s not as easy as it sounds.  Why?  Because even though you’re in the comfort of your own home, it’s still work; and keeping your nose to the grindstone for 8-10 hours at home can seem like an eternity, even compared to cubicle life.  So, how do you get things done at home without going crazy? Here’s a few tips:

  • Break Time
  • Change Of Scenery
  • Learn To Switch Off

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The White House is hosting a live chat with Karen Mills of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Karen Mills will be answering small business owners’ questions about The Small Business Jobs Act and opportunities for small businesses as part of the Recovery Act and the Affordable Care Act.  Tune in September 29th at 2 PM EDT at


How the Wealth Masters Business Opportunity Works
The combination of the Wealth Masters International product line along with its lucrative business opportunity has created the “Perfect Storm” in the Direct Sales industry. No other company matches Wealth Masters International’s holistic mentoring approach to Wealth, Health, and Wisdom. Wealth Masters International has assembled the world’s brightest minds to assist you every step of the way in these important areas of success.


On a conference call yesterday, a National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) committee has found indicators that the major U.S. recession last around 18 months- beginning December 2007 to June 2009.   They found that the U.S. economy experienced a “trough” in business activity in 2009 around the month of June indicating the end of a recession.

The 18 month U.S. recession is the longest on record since World War II by surpassing the previous recessions of 16 months both in 1973-75 and 1981-82.


According to today’s Veterans Affairs press release, the Small Business Administration has recognized the VA with a grade “A” rating on the SBA’s small business scorecard.  The high grade stems from the success in contracting with small businesses and the collaboration from the VA’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) with other VA acquisition professionals.

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