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 2003 Articles Published for Gold Members of SuccessNet
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 December 2003
Marketing Smarter to Earn More
Charlie Cook shares several ways you can earn more—not by working more hours—by investing our hours more wisely.

Communication Agreements
It’s not magic that makes teams more cohesive—it’s paying attention to relationships—it’s building a culture based on a foundation of trust and respect. Dr. (Smiling Joe) Bulger shares his ten Communication Agreements.

What Are You Listening For?
Dr. Rhoberta Shaler teaches us how to listen effectively.

Holiday Networking
Are the holidays a bad time to market your business? Robert Middleton doesn't think so and tells us how to make the most of holiday parties.
Bits and Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.

Why You Should Have a World Class Business
If we're going to spend 10, 20 or even 40 years building a business, why not make it a world class venture?

 When Was the Last Time You Upgraded Your Business?
We upgrade our computers and our software, but what about our business model. How often have you done THAT?
Thanks for the Reminder
Do you consistently practice the things you've learned? Michael talks about the importance of being reminded of things we already know but don't always use.
The Six-Step Process That Grows Your Business
Growing your business isn't always easy and Marcia Yudkin, has six ideas on how to at least simplify it.
Inspiration Page: Proverbs For Abundant Living
Father Brian offers his profound thoughts about living a more abundant life.
  You Never Know When Your Words Can Make a Difference
A story from "My American journey" illustrates this well.
 
 November 2003
8 Ways to Earn More Without Working Harder
Marcia Yudkin offers her wisdom in doing more with less.
Image from the Inside Out
How you think, look, speak and act are the cornerstones of confidence and image success says Sharon Danley.
Preventing Burnout
Dr. Rhoberta Shaler has some good advice for you when you experience too much, too little, too late, too long.
How to Give Your Web Site a Corporate Look
Now more than ever, a small business can look like a big business. Milana Leshinsky tells us how.
Why Are You Making it So Hard?
Customer Care Coach JoAnna Brandi tells another great story illustrating how short-sighted we can sometimes be when it comes to pleasing the customer.
Beyond the Information Age
Sarah Pond has some great ideas on the why and the how of using The Net.
What Are the Obstacles to You Being Your Best?
Michael Angier thinks we should do our best to anticipate the challenges ahead.
The Drama of "The Gap"
Michael Angier calls the space between where you are now and where you want to be, "The Gap".
 As One Door Closes . . .
The seasons are predictable. Many other changes are much less so. Michael Angier believes that how we use these changes and transitions is critical to our success. 
Inspiration Page: Moments Are All We Get
A walk on the coast of Wales nets a simple yet profound experience.
 
 October 2003
The 5 Ps of Marketing Mastery
No matter how much we might know about marketing, we must constantly go back to the basics. Michael lists Robert Middleton's foundation for effective marketing.
Believing These 5 Joint Venture Myths Is Bad For Business
Partnering with others for mutual benefit has great potential, but it's also something to be careful about. Jennifer Tripp exposes the misconceptions.
Which of These Words Attract Your Clients?
A few words can either pull in prospects and clients or push them away. Charlie Cook tells us what they are.
Inspiration Page: The Seven Wonders
What would YOU choose as the Seven Wonders of the World? A young student has some wondrous ideas.
Removing the Creative Clutter from Your Head
Is your mind so cluttered with great ideas, current projects, social obligations, long-term plans and upcoming appointments that there's no room for creativity? Dr. Roberta Shaler tells us what she did to solve this common problem.
Where Greatness Begins
Are people like Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Ted Turner, Tiger Woods and other greats all that much different than we are? Leonard Roos doesn't think so and explains why.
Make it So: Getting Things Done
Michael thinks he's pretty efficient and effective, but there's also room for improvement.

Do You Know Your Neighbors?
Vermont native Robert Frost may have said, "Good fences make good neighbors," but so does taking a few moments to get to know who your neighbors are.

October 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
Give More to Get More
Earn Twice as Much with Half the Stress: A special report that can revolutionize your business and your life.
 
 September 2003
Do You Demonstrate Simplicity?
Dr. Roberta Shaler talks about simple abundance in all aspects of our lives.
Are You the Next Oprah or Bill Gates?
Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler offers a short and simple test to determine your style of leadership.

What Does a Teacher Make?
The answers will surprise and inspire you.

  Why You Should Become a Mastermind
See what Leonard Roos means when he talks about becoming a mastermind and see why and how you can become one.
Top Ten Reasons Why eBooks are Better Than Printed Books
Michael loves printed books, but he has some good reasons why eBooks excel.
My Life at a Glance
Michael shares a new system that's producing measurable results.
The Problem is . . .
Understanding a problem is 90% of solving it. And it starts with defining it correctly.
September 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
Take Care of What You Have
Stewardship is pillar number 9 of a World Class Business. But we must all be good stewards of all of our assets.
 
 August 2003
There Are No Problems
Wouldn't you like to live in a world with no problems? "Curious George" Copsey believes it's not only possible but even tells us how we can achieve this.
Life is Like That
Are there really seasons to our lives? Ken Darby has an entertaining story describing how we can make each season either a joyful or terrible experience.
Financial Independence
Getting out of debt, staying out of debt and developing passive income. Michael Angier thinks this goal is available to anyone.
August 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
Just What IS a World Class Company
Michael explains what he means by a World Class Business—great companies becoming better.
Do What Works and Stop Doing What Doesn't
Success is simple—not always easy, but certainly simple. Michael offers his ideas on making it even simpler.
What's in Your Toolbox?
We all use tools. Which ones do YOU use—and are you using them effectively?
Prescription for Summer Creativity
It's summer in the northern hemisphere so what are you doing with your lazy days?
  It's a Matter of Manners
Politeness and good manners seem to be lacking in this day an age. How can something that costs so little be so valuable?
 
 July 2003
  Ten Ways to Foster Innovation
With things changing as rapidly as they are, doing things the old way won't be profitable for very long. To grow, we must be constantly innovating.
  Faster than the Speed of Thought
One of the ways you can differentiate yourself in the marketplace is to deliver your products and services faster than your competition.
  July 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
  Three Customer Retention Secrets
The best advice is often the simplest and Larry Dotson's is no exception.
  Why Most People Fail at Self-Help Programs
Kent Sayre believes that personal responsibility makes the difference.
  Staying Power: Building an Organization that Lasts
Will your company last a hundred years or more? Michael talks about stability, one of the world-class pillars.

  About That Dream . . .
Darlene Arechederra writes about how we can keep that dream alive.

  Financial Independence
What it is, what it isn't and why we must achieve it.
 
 June 2003
  Inspiration Page: Vegetables, Marbles & Deeds
Life is not measured by the breaths we take but the moments that take our breath away.
Our Unique Potential
Michael Angier wants to know: What are you leaving on the table with regard to your potential?
  Guide to Affirmations
Jeff Staniforth shares his ideas on how affirmations can change negative, unproductive beliefs into positive life-supporting beliefs.
  Those Telltale Typos
Marcia Yudkin tells us just how important typo-free documents can be.
  Are You Efficient AND Effective?
Being efficient isn't enough. It might make you feel good, but Michael believes more emphasis should be placed on effectiveness.
  The Ultimate Reason to Be a Millionaire
Mike Litman has some excellent reasons to become a millionaire, and they don't have anything to do with money.
  Are You Efficient AND Effective?
Being efficient isn't enough. It might make you feel good, but Michael believes more emphasis should be placed on effectiveness.
  The Ultimate Reason to Be a Millionaire
Mike Litman has some excellent reasons to become a millionaire, and they don't have anything to do with money.
  Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions
One of the keys to CANI—Constant and Never-Ending Improvement—is the proper use of feedback says Michael Angier.
  June 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
  Principles of Living Well
Dr. Lloyd J. Thomas shares a childhood experience that continues to teach after many years.
  Engage Your Divine Spark
Burt Dubin tells us the what, the how and the wow of your personal success breakthrough.
 
 May 2003
  Top Ten Ways to Inspire Others to Be Their Best
We all know people who are inspiring. But just how does one inspire others? Here's a list of ten simple ways you can inspire people to achieve their full potential.
  I'm Mad as Hell and I'm Not Going to Take it Any More
Michael Angier believes frustration can lead to positive changes. Sometimes we just need to get aggravated enough to do something about the status quo.
  Inspiration Page: Which Are You Feeding?
An old Cherokee story is as true today as when it originated.
  Free at Last, Free at Last
As freedom comes to an oppressed people, we should also examine the freedoms we have and take for granted. Michael Angier shares his views on the price of freedom.
  Cooped Up in Colorado
Wes Crocheron shares his insights on breaking out even when things seem to be closing in.
  How to Spring Ahead Now
Professional speaking coach, Burt Dubin, shares seven actions we can take to become master overachievers—even in tough times.
  Quick Internet Marketing Glossary
If you want to do business online—buying or selling—it will pay to familiarize yourself with the language of Internet commerce. Azam Corry provides the help.
  Do You Smell Good?
Our olfactory sense is often disregarded. Jan Tincher tells us why she thinks we should pay closer attention to it.
  Ending Procrastination
Don't put off reading this article by Jim Rohn. It could cost you a lot in personal productivity.
 
 April 2003
  The Tank's on Empty
Gary Lockwood tells us how we can feel better by having reserves.
  April 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
  Top Ten Ways to Deal with Overwhelm
Michael Angier has some good advice for you AND himself when faced with what seems like too much to do and too little time.
  I Was So Embarrassed
Michael shares how an experience in creating something less than excellent is an opportunity to see the truth.
  Remember, It's the WORLD Wide Web!
Marcia Yudkin reminds us to keep our global audience in mind when creating content for the Web.
  What Are You Tolerating in Your Life?
It's as important to know what we don't want in our lives as well as what we DO want. Michael's got an effective strategy to eliminate the things that no longer serve us—if they ever did.
  Top Ten Steps to Creating Winning Teams
Naseem Mariam shows us how ordinary, self-centered individuals can become a team that wins.
  Spring Forward
Michael shares some reflections on the Chicago Home Business Success Summit and how these events can make a dramatic difference for you and your career.
  Marketing Strategies for Now!
Burt Dubin tells us what a U.S. success story has to teach us about international marketing penetration.
  Be Aware of the Enemies to Our Success
Michael believes we have to be aware of our adversaries and be willing to defend our success against them.
 
 March 2003
  Step Back and Gain New Perspective
When we work in our business, it's often difficult to work ON our business. What's needed is a fresh perspective. Michael advocates getting away from it all.
  20 Simple Things to Do Today to Dramatically Increase Your Web Site Sales
Willie Crawford offers some solid tips to help you increase the effectiveness of your Web site.
  The Bigger Game
Are you a micro-manager or a macro-manager? Gary Lockwood talks about the importance of focusing on the bigger things in your business.
  Writing for the Net: When Does Informal Become Intolerable?
George McKenzie thinks we should be conversational but also credible. He even tells us how.
  Nitty-Gritty Reasons
Jim Rohn tells about a meaningful encounter with Girl Scouts selling cookies.
  Listen, Please Listen
JoAnna Brandi point up just how critical listening is to great customer service.
  Some Thoughts on the Loss of Columbia
The space shuttle tragedy—as all tragedies—has some things to teach us as we reflect upon and mourn this loss.
  No More Struggle
Michael Angier doesn't mind hard work, but struggle is not something he wants to do--nor should you.
  Handling Problems is Our Job
We wouldn't have a job to do if there weren't any problems to solve. Michael Angier believes it's all in how you hold it.
  Inspiration Page: Signers of the Declaration of Independence
Have you ever wondered what happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence? Now you'll know.
  March 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her popular collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
 
 February 2003
  Our Priorities: Doing What Matters Most
Being clear on the things that will provide the greatest payoff make life easier and success more commonplace.
  What to Do When You Feel Like Quitting
Suzanne Falter-Barnes has some helpful steps to consider taking when we feel like throwing in the towel.
  Lowering the Barriers of Entry
Michael Angier says we have to make it easy for people to do business with us.
  Understanding Your Emotions
What are our emotions for? Why do we have them? How can we make better use of them? Dr. Lloyd Thomas answers these questions and more.
  The Master Mind: Forming Your Own Success Team
Do you have a master mind? Do you know how to form one? Michael shares how much of a difference it's made in his life and that of others.
  How Much is Your Network Worth?
Do you work your network? Do you want to expand your circle of influence? Michael tells us how to do just that.
  You Are What You Think You Are
Dr. Shaler explains why people get treated differently and how your thinking will change the way YOU'RE treated.
  Inspiration Page: An Aussie's View of Americans
An Australian dentist offers his views on Americans.
  Inspiration Page: A Revolutionary Soldier's Message
What would they say to us today?
  February 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
 
 January 2003
  Top Ten Year-End Questions
It's a new year. But what have we learned from the last one? Michael Angier has some questions we can ask to help make this year even better than last.
  Superheroes Need Not Apply
Dr. Shaler thinks many people are preventing their promotion by being TOO indispensable.
  Seven Ways We Got to Be Seven Years Old
SuccessNet just had a birthday. See what the founder thinks were the key factors in becoming an old-timer in the Internet business.
  A Primer on Tax Reduction
Here's a chance to get a quick lesson on how taxes really work.
  5 Ways to Make  a Difference with Your Business
Kristy Tamsevicius shares her ideas on how your business can be more than a business.
  Your Most Precious Asset: Are You Investing Yours?
We all have the same amount of time in each day. Getting the most out of it is critical to lasting success.
  Going Broke
Losing everything isn't so bad—it's when you lose more than you have that can get you down. A story about climbing back up.
  Does This Stuff Really Work?
Michael Angier answers the probing question of a reader who wants to know how much money he made.
  January 2003 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.

 

   
   
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