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New Mobile App Blogging Platform Launching

It’s been nicknamed the BlogBeast!

But simply put, the next generation mobile app blogging platform from Empower Network (ENV2) is going to change everything about the way content is shared on the internet. It has been in development for over a year and at a cost of over $3 Million Dollars, and built from the ground floor up.

Why should business owners want it?

Take a restaurant owner for example who would like to easily post videos to their business we b site. Perhaps they would like to show potential customers the ambiance of their establishment, the architecture, and the overall feel of their business. Maybe they would like to add video testimonials from happy customers who are repeat customers and can explain why they return again and again.

In the past this would not have been so easy to do.

In fact, the steps to post a video online can be downright clumsy at times, and complicated for those who aren’t familiar with how to do it. A business owner might even have to hire someone else to shoot and post the videos for them.

But how awesome would it be for that same business owner to realize that they can post videos directly to their blog via their mobile device in just a few simple clicks?

That’s what the BlogBeast will allow them to do.

So the new mobile app blogging platform will be a fantastic tool for any brick and mortar business.

But what about affiliate or network marketers? How can the BlogBeast help them in their business?

Well, it just so happens that the BlogBeast is much more than just a blogging platform. It is also a social networking platform.

This allows one to easily share content with whomever they choose. They could shoot a video and share it with just a few specific people, or their entire team. And, if they choose, they could share it with the entire Empower Network community. They have total control.

So if you are a business owner, or an affiliate or network marketer, you can’t afford to be without this mobile app blogging platform.

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The Attack of the BlogBeast

It’s almost here!

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The BlogBeast is rising up from its slumber, climbing out of the sea of content management systems, and getting ready to conquer the countries of the world, devouring everything in its sight.

Even Facebook?

Well, let’s don’t get ahead of ourselves here.

But the BlogBeast is more than just a new blogging platform from Empower Network, developed from the ground floor up. It’s also a social networking platform.

What Empower Network has done is drop WordPress and create something revolutionary…a blogging platform so simple even a Grandma can use it (no offense to tech-savvy Grandmas out there). :-)

And they’ve made it mobile friendly, so that with just a couple of clicks of a button one can easily shoot a video or record an audio with their mobile device and then quickly post it to their blog. No problem.

But there is so much more. Content can be easily shared among other Empower Network members making it a true social networking platform. How cool is that?

Empower Network was already known for the ability to get content ranked highly in the search engines. Now they’ve taken blogging to an entirely new level with BlogBeast.

So if you’ve ever heard anyone ask “Why should I pay $25 for a blogging platform when I can get a blog for free?”, now you know the answer.

Oh yeah, and if you want to earn 100% commissions by marketing the Empower Network line of products you can join as an affiliate and do that as well, as many thousands of others have already done.

BlogBeast is poised to set the standard for content management systems in the years to come.

And who knows?

Maybe even Facebook should be looking over its shoulder.

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What Is Your Business Model for Success?

People usually join businesses for two main reasons:

  1. They want to use the products or services provided to fulfill a need they have
  2. They want to be able to earn money to fulfill a need they have

For instance, I joined a company that offers a blogging platform that allows me to get my content ranked highly in the search engines. For someone like me who creates a lot of traffic with blogging and using SEO techniques, deciding to join this company made perfect sense.

In addition, this company offers training products that teach people who want to market online how to do it more effectively.

Again, for someone like me who has been online for 5 years, I am always seeking better ways to improve my online marketing skills. Even though I’ve been highly successful online, I’m not arrogant enough to believe I know everything there is to know about internet marketing. And quite frankly, the training they provide is the best I have ever used. In fact, the training I have received has allowed me to more than double the income I make in another business in which I am involved!

The third ingredient of this business that really sets it apart from most other businesses I have been involved with, is the personal development training. People often focus on developing their internet skills, but neglect what’s between the ears.

But here’s a bonus.

I also am able to earn commissions with this company.

empower network payments (Partial list of my earnings – My earnings are not average. To see average earnings please see http://en.teamtissa.com/zBsA)

How would you like to be able to earn commissions like this?

It’s totally possible with the business model we utilize.

Our team is kicking it in high gear because of all the training and support everyone on our team receives when they join.

So join TODAY!

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What Does It Really Mean to Have Belief That You Will Succeed?

Whether we realize it or not, our western culture is dominated by Greco-Roman thinking. Even the United States form of government is based on it, as a Republic with a Senate. Yet, at the same time, we are said to be a Judeo-Christian culture. Our forefathers came to the new land with Bible in hand and a knowledge of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Israel). Most of our religious culture has deep roots in Israel.

This combination of Hebraic thought with Greek thinking often causes misconceptions on the simplest of ideas. Take for example, the idea of belief (faith).

The ideal Greek mind was caught up in the pursuit of a state of “epistemological bliss” or nirvana-like experience of the divine. Epistemological certainty was the goal (even those Greeks of the skeptical schools defined themselves in relation to this goal).  The contemplation of the eidos (Forms or Ideas), archetypal patterns of all reality, was the good life. Pistis (the Greek word for belief) was merely a means to episteme (knowledge) and represented a lower-level of consciousness.  “Faith” was the shadowy realm of the cave, the domain of opinion. Education and rationality were the way out the darkness and into the light… (http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Articles/Emunah/emunah.html)

So to the Greeks, faith was merely opinion, not established fact. “Knowledge” was the highest pinnacle someone could achieve and belief really had no place there. Belief was simply hope.

The article continues:

The intellectuals of our day are inheritors (and epigones) of this earlier classical Greek mindset. Like the skeptics, they have abandoned the idea of objective truth, but unlike their predecessors, they redefine it (cynically) as any number of “narratives” which people use to interpret their environment.  Even though they disavow allegiance to “truth,” they unapologetically offer up the pretense that their intellectual nihilism is (ahem) true. (http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Articles/Emunah/emunah.html)

I would have to agree. Our colleges and universities of higher learning are staffed with “intellectuals” who value knowledge above everything else, and see no value in belief.

What Does Belief Mean in the Bible?

But what did belief mean in the Bible? For instance when we read in Galatians 3:6 the following:

So also Abraham “believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness.”

In Greek thought this would mean that Abraham hoped that God existed and because of that he hoped this God would find favor with him. In fact, that is the way most Christians think of their relationship with God today.

But that is NOT what belief means from a Hebraic perspective.

The Hebrew word for faith is אמונה (emunah – Strong’s #530) and is an action oriented word meaning “support”. This is important because the Western concept of faith places the action on the one you have faith in, such as “faith in God”. But, the Hebrew word אמונה places the action on the one who “supports God”. It is not a knowing that God will act, but rather I will do what I can to support God. This idea of support for the word emunah can be seen in Exodus 17:12. (http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/emagazine/014.html)

The distinction of belief in Hebraic thought is that action is required by the one who believes!

In Abraham’s case, his belief was demonstrated by his actions. Did you ever wonder why God chose Abraham from all the people on the earth to fulfill His purpose? You don’t have to guess. We are told in Genesis 26 the answer:

2 Then the Lord appeared to him and said: “Do not go down to Egypt; live in the land of which I shall tell you. 3 Dwell in this land, and I will be with you and bless you; for to you and your descendants I give all these lands, and I will perform the oath which I swore to Abraham your father. 4 And I will make your descendants multiply as the stars of heaven; I will give to your descendants all these lands; and in your seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed; 5 because Abraham obeyed My voice and kept My charge, My commandments, My statutes, and My laws.”(Genesis 26:2-5)

An interesting side note here is that God says Abraham kept His Torah (His Instructions) long BEFORE the giving of the Law to Moses and the people of Israel at Mount Sinai.

Abraham demonstrated his belief (faith) in God with his actions. He kept God’s Laws. And that is why God picked him.

So this points out an important concept regarding belief in Hebraic thought…

Belief means trust and obey.

 

Belief Requires Action

 

belief that you will succeedJames, the brother of the Messiah and the head of the church is Jerusalem, wrote something that has been a point of contention for Christians for years, especially for those who believe that you are saved through faith alone. We read it in James, Chapter 2.

14 What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? 15 If a brother or sister is naked and destitute of daily food, 16 and one of you says to them, “Depart in peace, be warmed and filled,” but you do not give them the things which are needed for the body, what does it profit? 17 Thus also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.

18 But someone will say, “You have faith, and I have works.” Show me your faith without your[a]works, and I will show you my faith by my[b] works. 19 You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons believe—and tremble! 20 But do you want to know, O foolish man, that faith without works is dead?[c] 21 Was not Abraham our father justified by works when he offered Isaac his son on the altar? 22 Do you see that faith was working together with his works, and by works faith was made perfect? 23 And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, “Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.”[d] And he was called the friend of God. 24 You see then that a man is justified by works, and not by faith only.

25 Likewise, was not Rahab the harlot also justified by works when she received the messengers and sent them out another way?

26 For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also. (James 2:14-26 NKJV)

When I was younger and attended a Baptist church, I actually had a friend of mine from church, who was in seminary, tell me she didn’t believe the book of James because of this scripture. She said she wouldn’t even read from it. How sad.

Because when one understands the Hebraic mindset versus our usual Greek mindset, the scripture makes perfect sense.

If you believe something, then you take the necessary action as proof of that belief.

So how does this relate to your business?

Much of the training provided in Empower Network is about modifying ones mindset. It is a process of going from one of disbelief to belief…of stepping into the vision that you see for yourself in the future.

But having belief isn’t simply wishing or hoping for something to happen as the Greeks believed.

It is taking action (support) to prove to your subconscious mind that you are serious about seeing your vision fulfilled.

That is why you will always hear from the Empower Network leaders that you have to take massive action, even if you aren’t quite sure yet what you are doing. It’s often summarized as “Earn as you learn”.

Building the proper foundation for success by modifying ones mindset is 90% of getting there. Without it, there is no path to success with your business.

So listening to audios in the Inner Circle, reading books like “Think and Grow Rich” and “Psycho-Cybernetics”, and getting to the events is all part of the process of building belief in your vision for success.

Deb and I have our vision.

What’s yours?

Join us so we can fulfill them together.

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Stop Being an Ambulance Chaser with Your Business

empower networkDo you really want to start having some success building your online business?

Then stop being an ambulance chaser.

Sometimes, especially when you first start out in this business, you are so desperate to just start getting some signups that you’re like the shady lawyer who follows the ambulance to the scene of an accident to see if he can drum up a lawsuit for his business.

You will bend over backwards and do just about anything to get someone to sign up with you, not realizing that this is sending the wrong message to your prospects.

The truth is your time is valuable, and you need to be spending it only with the people who are serious about building their business.

If they are not serious, and start jerking you around, then cut them loose.

Tony Rush, one of several million dollar earners in Empower Network, explains exactly how he handles it.

Tony will occasionally get someone who calls him and asks what they need to do in order to get their business to grow. So Tony will start telling them exactly what they should do, and then they will interrupt explaining why they don’t believe what Tony is telling them will work.

Tony then replies something like “I make a million dollars a year and you told me you were broke. You called me for advice and now you’re saying you don’t want to take it. So why did you call me?”

This is the type of attitude you need to take with your prospects as well.

If a prospect won’t answer or return your phone calls, or won’t respond to emails, then move on. If they say they are going to call on such and such a date and time, and they don’t, don’t waste your time.

Unless there are extenuating circumstances, I won’t give prospects a second chance. I need to work with those who are serious about building their business and I devote my time on income producing activities.

The facts are that once you take this approach, your business will begin to grow.

There are several factors that play into that but some of them are as follows:

  • You will project a no-nonsense attitude about your business
  • Prospects will now respect your time
  • People will see you, rightly so, as an expert in your field of of marketing

Attraction Marketing  is a huge buzzword these days. According to some the definition is:

What is attraction marketing, it is a strategy to magnetically attract only the most qualified prospects to your websites and business who are already interested and seeking the solutions you provide. (http://crisscrossmarketingpros.com/what-is-attraction-marketing/)

To me, that is a very poor definition.

Attraction Marketing to me is just being yourself, and putting yourself out there for everyone to see. It’s being honest, ethical, and wanting to help others succeed with you.

Some people will gravitate towards you, and some people will not.

And you know what?

That’s perfectly okay.

Start taking your business seriously, and the people who are attracted to you will be those who take their futures seriously.

Let people pull your chain, and you’ll attract a whole lot of those.

So as Tony says, you can take my advice or not.

If you do great. Deb and I would love to work with you.

If you don’t, then Sayonara!

Until next time…








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