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DubLi Update From John Cini: End Of June, July Blastoff!

June 30, 2009

DubLi Update From John Cini

If you missed the webcast last night, it was a great one.  Tom told us about a beta tester who made $1000 in about 4 hours using Cinch: he emailed credits via Cinch to a huge number of people with a proposal saying, “If you buy 10 credits, I’ll give you 10 free.” He got 500 customers to buy 10 credits: 500 x 10 = 5000 credits x $0.20 per credit = $1000. The unspoken assumption is that the 4 hours were not consecutive, and probably consisted mostly of importing emails into Cinch. He also may have answered a lot of fone calls … Regardless of how he spent his time, the ROI (return on investment) is great. I’m sure we’ll hear many more dynamite strategies in the days ahead.  You can imagine how quick it’ll be to get our customer count completed with the ad co-op.

If you were paying attention when Tom showed his back office, you saw he had 26 people at the Sales Director level. That’s a small group going to Miami, all expenses paid, Aug. 7-10! We need to add several more to that group by the end of this month.

In my TCs-only message yesterday I had the time wrong – sorry. Spread the word!

It’s a packed day today! Call me if you need help. I’m available all day until the 6pm deadline.

I’m going to have a special “our team only” webcast Wed. night, July 1, at 9:30pm Eastern, to discuss racing to SD and setting goals for the month. I’ll also show a new video that you will love. I want you all to be there. Later today via Skype I’ll send the registration link to our team – you’ll have to forward it to your team if they’re not on Skype.

The following is from a speech by Kevin W. Pearson that I heard in church. I believe all of the content below is applicable whether you are religious or not, and therefore I thought that everyone would benefit from it. I know for a fact that everyone in network marketing experiences the feelings below in some form.

“Faith and fear cannot coexist. One gives way to the other. The simple fact is we all need to constantly build faith and overcome sources of destructive disbelief. … We get what we focus on consistently. … Because there is an opposition in all things, there are forces that erode our faith. [Most forces are under our control and] we have no one but ourselves to blame. These stem from personal tendencies, attitudes, and habits we can learn to change.”

“The ‘Six Destructive D’s’:
1. First is doubt. Doubt is a negative emotion related to fear. It comes from a lack of confidence in one’s self or abilities.
2. Doubt leads to discouragement. Discouragement comes from missed expectations. Chronic discouragement leads to lower expectations, decreased effort, weakened desire, and greater difficulty feeling and finding motivation. Discouragement and despair are the very antithesis of faith.
3. Discouragement leads to distraction, a lack of focus. Distraction eliminates the very focus the eye of faith requires. Discouragement and distraction are two of the worst habits.
4. Distraction leads to a lack of diligence, a reduced commitment to remain true and faithful and to carry on despite hardship and disappointment. Disappointment is an inevitable part of life, but it need not lead to doubt, discouragement, distraction, or lack of diligence.
5. If not reversed, this path ultimately leads to disobedience (not being coachable, not doing what needs to be done to accomplish your goal), which undermines the very basis of faith.
6. So often the result is disbelief, the conscious or unconscious refusal to believe (that you can reach your goal by working hard at ____ [DubLi]).
These Six Destructive Ds—doubt, discouragement, distraction, lack of diligence, disobedience, and disbelief—all erode and destroy our faith. We can choose to avoid and overcome them.”

Happy Hunting!

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