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DubLi Update From John Cini: Year-End Wrap & New Year Plans

December 31, 2009

Group Skype Message
from john cini

Happy New Year! Before we close out the year and decade, I wanted to say thanks for a fantastic year and wish you all the best for an incredible 2010.

In the DubLi Corp. newsletter emailed today (and posted on this blog), of the 10 USA reps recognized, 5 of them are ours! The 5 are SD GM Group and TCs Artie Leonard, Naja Moujabber, Tammy Kahale, and Peter Ettenborough.  It’s nice that one of the remaining 5 is our upline, Jim Pare’, who hit VP.

You may clue in on the fact that Australia growth has been incredible, and that will spread to Asia very quickly.  In each market DubLi has opened, from the EU, to N. America, to AU/NZ, the growth has been exponentially faster than it was in the previous market.  Asia will be no different.  Mark it down:  this is the last quarter when the list of promotions in a DubLi newsletter is not dominated by Asians.

Now for the bad news:  of all that AU recognition, none of it was ours.  Ouch.  That means we have to give some serious focus to that region or we’ll miss out on the vast majority of 2010 growth.  If you believe that I know what I’m talking about, then you’re pounding every contact you have for Asia leads

Remember that our months end at 6pm Eastern, 3pm Pacific, which is midnight Berlin, Germany, time.  Hopefully that will change soon, but for now that’s the way it is.

– Team Leadership Webcast – time TBA (stay tuned).
– Dean Mannheimer Nat’l Update Conf. Call, 10pm Eastern (7pm Pacific):  712.432.1001, pin 445737437#

My iLinc experiment is over:  we’re going back to GTM (gotomeeting).  Sadly, we never could get beyond the audio problems with iLinc, and their recording system was awful.  So we will begin again with GTM next week, which means your email address (and your prospects’ emails) will be exposed to any idiot that wants to spam them.  Be aware of that.  Also note that because GTM requires a different registration link for every webcast, I will have to go back to posting every webcast link at, which means a lot more work for me.

As I’ve cautioned before, the MEDG.OB ( stock will not go straight up.  There will be wild fluctuations until the stock price reaches at least several dollars per share and the company revenue is solid.  However, my prediction (and the prediction of my upline) is that a couple months from now 50 or 60 cents per share will look like the bargain of the century.  Your investment is your own risk, so you and you alone are responsible for what you do.  But $10,000 of DubLi shares at $1 per share that grows to $10 per share is a great ROI.  It’ll be fun to watch what happens.

This weekend I’m forwarding an email to my frontline and to TCs about our 90-Day Blitz.  If you don’t get the email forwarded to you, feel free to talk to your upline about duplication. 🙂  You can also contact me for a copy of the email.

If you haven’t heard the story, my last 90-day run, from Jan.-Mar. 2009, went very well:  $50,000 in pay and SD rank reached.  Now’s the time to drop everything and get a big piece of the pie!

Finish Strong!

  • Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great. – Mark Twain
  • Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm. – Winston Churchill
  • Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance. – Samuel Johnson
  • The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing. – Walt Disney

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