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  2. 2. Table of Contents1. Im not taking orders from no one. An appreciation for that force of nature called Sophie Tucker,Last of the Red-Hot Mamas.2. You SAY youre in business, but that proposition is dubious, as this article reveals in shockingdetail.3. I accuse you of doing everything you can to sabotage your online success.... and what you mustdo -- at once -- to change that and profit.4. Spotlight on Mark Zuckerberg, hacker, Harvard drop-out, with a cute smile and a net worthalready over 28 billion dollars. Whats not to like?5. Its time to recognize those who have failed. It may be the very best way to get them to succeed.An audacious idea.
  3. 3. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyIm not taking orders from no one. An appreciation for thatforce of nature called Sophie Tucker, Last of the Red-HotMamas.by Dr. Jeffrey LantAuthors program note. I was writing an article the other day about the catastrophic year the Africanelephant had had in 2011, with record numbers of its dwindling population shot to death for itsivory; thereby moving this majestic animal closer and closer to its likely extinction by 2020. I wasangry when I wrote this article, enraged, and I wanted to touch the soul of the world with a storythats certain not to have a happy ending unless we collectively do our bit to turn things around andfast.I knew I needed a song to help make my point, because music can help drive home a point likenobodys business... music not only sooths the savage beast, it captures peoples attention; makes emsit up, take note, and (if its the kind of music I use with my articles) jump up and dance.... lookinglike a fool, but feeling better than you have in weeks. This is what I needed; this kind of sound rightnow.... to drive home my crucial message about the elephants and to make people help them.Then all of a sudden, what I needed was in my brain, then I was whistling it. It was "Some of thesedays," a tune I must have heard a half century ago or more and which my particular Muse inserted inmy head to give me what my article needed right then, a big, brassy, in your face tune, getting folksto stop what theyre doing and PAY ATTENTION.And if anyone could do that, Sophie Tucker could... and so the "Last of the Red-Hot Mamas" wentto work for the last of the oh-so-vulnerable pachyderms whose days on Spaceship Earth may havebeen significantly extended because of my admonitory words... and Sophie Tuckers punch in thesolar plexis of humankind... a punch and an unforgettable wake-up call.So, lets start this article by getting you to go to any search engine and listen to the tune she made herparticular calling card: "Some of these days." She made the first of her many recorded versions in1911. Personally, I prefer the 1926 version, because by then she had learned a lot about musicpresentation and how to move the folks... and so she belted it out with determination, vehemenceand total sincerity:"Some of these days, Youre gonna miss me honey Some of these days, Youre gonna feel so lonelyYoull miss my huggin. Youll miss my kissin; Youll miss me honey, when you go away."This wasnt just some flimsy tune to divert you for a minute or two; it was a declaration, aproclamation, a cocktail of anger, determination, insistence; a clarion call to women everywhere toget smarter about men than most women were; to watch out for just who they allowed in their livesand never let some two-bit no-good-nik into the house, despite the fact these guys had a winningway with words and bedside manner.Women, even women with a "good man", a man who treated them like a princess, knew that Sophiehad reason to sing her song... that that good man, seeing something "better" could stray... and thatwomen, all women, needed to be alert, vigilant, strong, tenacious, helped by Sophie Tucker, alwayson the side of The Woman, ready for a wake-up call about The Man.Her early days.To understand Sophie Tucker, you need to understand these facts:* she was born in Russia in 1884 or 1886 (sources vary).http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 3 of 16
  4. 4. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manually* she was Jewish and proud of it, never disclaiming her heritage; rather celebrating it... as mostmemorably in "My Yiddish Momme" (1925). * she was plain, she was fat.* she liked "bad" men, liked them a lot and to distraction, more than such men liked her.* And she knew she had talent... though (at the beginning at least) others didnt necessarily sharethat view... that is until they heard her... and saw how she could work an audience, a talent thatspelled box-office and, fast too, international renown.She needed to make what she had work... and she had to do it in the early days of the 20th century...when there was adamant opposition to people like her... and where her success was anything butcertain.Still... this woman could sing... delivering a sound that roused the people, moved the people, andwith their clever lyrics made the people laugh and want more... feeling better minute by minute,happier than they had been before she opened her mouth...And when she opened that big mouth, Truth, searing Truth, poured out... as well as the humor andcomedy which were absolutely essential in making that Truth, and so much of it, palatable, forwithout this she would have been run out of town, or worse. But she did have that humor and thathilarity at her command and she turned them into rocket fuel and a solid-gold meal ticket.The authentic Tucker formula involved a good woman falling for a rotten man... or a strong womantrying like the dickens to put some stuffin in a man whos a doormat. And always, always, no matterwhat she was singing about she glorified women, as she did in "Arent Women Wonderful" (1936)"Arent women wonderful, arent women grand, Arent they the rulers of this happy land?"Off stage.When she wasnt taking the unlikely elements of her international success and turning them intosignificant coin of the realm, she married... and married.... and married; her life a revolving door ofunsuitable, short-lived men. It probably bothered her (how could it not?) but it never stopped her;besides she knew who really helped and lightened her load.... and it wasnt men. When she died in1966, she left the bulk of a considerable estate to her... maid; the maid who kept the "Last of theRed-Hot Mamas" up and working until the very end.Thus, even as she faded, she worked; bringing joy to people all over this planet; people whosustained her, laughed with her, hummed the melodies and sang the lyrics of one tune after another,the Tucker touch had turned into classics.She died as she lived, "the last of the red-hot mamas/theyve all cooled down but me..." And thatsthe way she wanted us to see her and the way she went out, a brassy, stentorian dame who liked thewrong men too much, but liked us even more; for she gave all of us enough toe-tappin,laugh-makin tunes for a millennium... "The Last of the Red- Hot Mamas, gettin better all thetime...."No foolin, aint this woman wonderful, aint this woman grand? We shall never see her overheatedlike again... and were very much the poorer for that.**** We invite you to post your comments below.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 4 of 16
  5. 5. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyYou SAY youre in business, but that proposition is dubious,as this article reveals in shocking detail.by Dr. Jeffrey LantAuthors program note. One of Broadways happiest and most enduring musicals is "How ToSucceed In Business Without Really Trying." Written by Frank Loesser; it was released in October,1961 to immediate acclaim -- and a Pulitzer Prize to boot. Most recently it was revived with DanielRatcliffe -- famous for his eponymous role in the Harry Potter films -- starring in the lead roleoriginally done to mischievous perfection by Robert Morse, simultaneously menace andmastermind.I have selected one of the lesser tunes from the production for the occasional music to this article.Its called simply "Coffee Break", and you should go to any search engine now to listen to it. Itsabout how the absence of coffee -- and therefore the coffee break -- raises more anxiety andlamentation than a plague of locusts and completely stops the whole company, convinced that theend of the world as they know it is at hand. Oh, my! So much grief for one missed cuppa. However,the real shock is not that the coffee was late for the company coffee break, no indeed; the real shockis that more time, trouble, energy, irritation, and anger was expended on this event than on anythingelse that entire day... including the companys business they were hired to transact...until the outrageabout the coffee break was surpassed by certain stale items on the lunch menu... thereby divertingeveryones outspoken attention to this even greater snafu.The sad part is that this kind of ludicrous "crisis" and massive waste of time does not occur solely orexclusively on Madison Avenue or in Broadway shows... it is most likely the way you are runningyour "business" and why it doesnt prosper.Thats why today, I am going to put you and your "business" under the most minute scrutiny, thebetter to help you understand that your business, as you currently organize and run it -- cannot makethe desirable profits of your imagination... until such time as you rethink everything -- absolutelyeverything -- so that the focus of your energy and action every day is NOT the coffee break... butactually doing BUSINESS. And as this analysis develops right before your very eyes, you are mostlikely to be chagrined, embarrassed, and horrified - and thats just for openers.On the acute need to perceive what you are really doing every single day.You say you are in business, correct? You say you want substantial, increasing profits, correct? Yousay you are a hard worker; indeed that the sun never sets on all the work you do, the tasks done, thechallenges confronted, correct?In short you are about as swift, intelligent, able and valuable a business person as business has everseen and that your DNA should be donated to the nation so that generations yet to come may havethe benefit of you and your unmatched business expertise and execution.You, of course, are even now nodding your head in sage agreement with this flawless description ofyou and your business acumen. Modest though you are, you cannot but admit that you are the veryparagon and model sketched above... just like Kansas City, youve gone about as far as you can go.It is this proposition swallowed hook, line and sinker by the overwhelming majority of businessowners of every kind that keeps you trapped in a business that doesnt grow, expand, prosper andthat does not make and will never make the profits you consistently and repeatedly say are the reasonyou are in business to get and enjoy.YOU and your business under our microscope.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 5 of 16
  6. 6. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyNow, its time to knuckle down to the important, sure-to-be-shocking analysis of what you do duringyour "business hours"... for you cannot improve your business until you know precisely what you doand precisely when you do it.Business is about two things and two things only...Quick! Can you guess what they are? The correct answer is 1) the generation of qualified prospectsand 2) contacting these prospects, making them the most lavish, persuasive offer ever, then closingthe deal forthwith. This is the two- step dance that keeps you in business, expands your business,and leads to money, money, money... yours, all yours.Now lets see just what percentage of your average day focuses on these two key points... and whatpercentage of your business day goes to anything but these two essential tasks.Youll need a pad, a watch, and total honesty.To make this crucial scrutiny work, you will need to be clear about what you do, when you do it,and how long it takes to do it. In other words, you must start by creating a detailed picture of youraverage business day... and why it either works to produce the prospect leads and orders you need...or why it doesnt. Give this essential project which can launch the most profitable epoch for yourbusiness your fullest attention. Nothing will come of this project unless you are careful, thorough,and complete.Your first task is to list all the things you do during your average business day. These will includebut will certainly not be limited to* all breaks, kind and duration;* non-business related telephone and other communications;* time spent "surfing" the Web, especially at sites unsuitable for visits during business hours;* gossip with friends and co-workers;* writing ad copy;* creating offers that make sales;* time on the telephone etc where you connect with prospects, and either upgrade them to bequalified prospects, or close them by making sales.Get the picture? What youre trying to do is this: show yourself in unanswerable detail what you doon the average day that has absolutely nothing to do with the identification and closing ofprospects... and how much time and effort you expend generating prospects and closing them.Reforms must follow identification of what you are doing wrong, over and over again.Chances are, you will be shocked and abashed by what you discover, for instance now seeing thatyou spend far more time surfing the Web and gossiping on the phone than you do on that samephone contacting prospects and closing deals. Such pernicious reality must be dealt with at once, forit is costing you money every single day.Start today.Do you care whether your business succeeds or fails? Do you care whether you make more moneythan less? Do you care whether the limited time you have on this planet is transformed into themaximum amount of coin of the realm, and so serenity, security, satisfaction?http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 6 of 16
  7. 7. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyThat is why you must do this necessary exercise, and do it today. For you see, succeeding inbusiness without really trying makes a dandy theme for a witty musical... but can in no way beregarded as a truth to build your ever more prosperous business by. That truth will be vividlyapparent to you as you implement the recommendations of this important article.*** We invite you to post your comments to this article below.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 7 of 16
  8. 8. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyI accuse you of doing everything you can to sabotage youronline success.... and what you must do -- at once -- tochange that and profit.by Dr. Jeffrey LantAuthors program note. In 1894 Captain Alfred Dreyfus, artillery captain for the General Staff ofFrance, was charged with treason and espionage... thereby inaugurating one of the most outrageousand ignoble events in the entire history of France.It was a story of lies... but not by Dreyfus.It was the story of evidence made up... evidence tampered with... evidence destroyed... but not byDreyfus.It was the story of grave injustice... deliberately done and with malice... but not by Dreyfus.It was the story of a man attacked, mauled, censored, imprisoned, humiliated, villified because of hisreligion... but not by Dreyfus.And above all it is the story of how one man with brilliant, slashing language changed the entiredebate... securing at long last freedom, restitution and justice for Dreyfus.This man was celebrated novelist Emile Zola who took just two words and transformed them into themost powerful weapon on earth... two words that galvanized a nation, securing the attention andsupport of the good people of France who, because of Zola, were outraged by the terrible andenduring blot on the honor of France... and who joined their voices to his in the service of truth.Jaccuse!These are the words -- I accuse -- which by making the outrages clear -- began the healing processthat saved France from ignominy and redeemed her. Now I intend to use the great model created byZola and to save you from business ignominy... to redeem you... and enable you to profit online... foryou have been doing everything possible to fail... and little or nothing to succeed.To help you on your way I have selected the soaring 1937 score Max Steiner wrote for the BestPicture of the Year; "The Life of Emile Zola" starring Paul Muni. Such grand music must enablesuccess... so go to any search engine now and play it. We are ready to begin the transforming processthat starts with "I accuse..." and ends with "I salute...", wafted on our way by the grandeur ofSteiners composition.I accuse you of not understanding what business is... of understanding that business is now andalways will be about two things and two things only: the generation of prospect leads... andfollowing up with each and every one of these leads to make offers and close business.I accuse you of engaging in endless trivia every day, focusing on anything and everything instead ofgenerating prospects... and calling these prospects, to work with them and begin the development ofthe business relationships necessary to secure success.I accuse you of trying to run a business solely by email... trying that is to motivate people to buywithout doing the most important thing to profit: picking up the phone, calling prospects, engagingprospects, building relations with prospects.I accuse you of sloth, laziness, of sitting around and waiting for success, instead of doing what isnecessary -- everything thats necessary -- to build the business you say you want... but for whichhttp://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 8 of 16
  9. 9. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallythere is absolutely no evidence that you have ever done on its behalf any meaningful thing at all.I accuse you of the sin of inertia... of waiting, waiting, waiting, for, what?, a sign from Heaven, anemail from God? I accuse you of not knowing what needs to be done, of not educating yourself sothat you know how to do it, and not doing the least thing to secure your success.I accuse you of spending more time gossiping on the phone with people who cannot make you richer(your best friend, your bowling buddies, the chick you met bar hopping last week) instead of usingthe phone to do what it does so well... connecting with the people who can buy from you, buy now,and make you money every single day.I accuse you of trying to build your online business alone, all by yourself, when all the evidence saysthis is not possible, is absolutely impossible, because there is too much to do...too many things tomaster... and insufficient time to learn them, then do them. You need a team... and you need it atonce.I accuse you of the sin of talking about success far more than doing the necessary deeds and actionsthat ensure success. You have become, thereby, a specialist in the endless rhetoric and bombasticlanguage of success, while achieving nothing. It is time, therefore, past time, to cease and censurethe flatulent babble and get on with the doing.I accuse you of not staying at your post every day until you have achieved the financial objectiveyou have set for yourself for this day, focusing, persisting until you have achieved this goal... everypenny of this goal.I accuse you of coddling yourself, of a too prompt tendency to forgive your inadequacies, overlookthe negatives, whitewash your poor performances, rationalize your failings, pooh pooh each andevery peccadillo, extol too greatly minor triumphs instead of pushing on to make the insignificantsignificant.The words used by Zola to end his famous declamation to French president Felix Faure, January 13,1898:"I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanitywhich has suffered too much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of myvery soul."I couldnt say it better myself, so wont try. Zolas letter changed the world... my hope is that thischanges yours.** We invite you to post your comments to this article below.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 9 of 16
  10. 10. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallySpotlight on Mark Zuckerberg, hacker, Harvard drop-out,with a cute smile and a net worth already over 28 billiondollars. Whats not to like?by Dr. Jeffrey LantAuthors program note. I doubt that the subject of todays article is familiar with the celebratedEnglish novelist E.M. Forster, but he ought to be. Fosters famous aphorism "Only connect" is thebasis for what is already one of the greatest fortunes in the history of the world. Only connect... andthe world is your oyster, all the oysters and all the pearls within them, too.For what is the secret to the vast Zuckerberg fortune but an understanding that people need people,crave connection with them, need togetherness and a place to hang out. And so today I have selectedas the incidental music for this article, the song made famous by Barbra Streisand (1964), "People",composed by Jule Styne; lyrics by Bob Merrill.Go now to any search engine and listen to that soaring Streisand sound. Forster got it... Streisand gotit... and now Zuckerberg has enabled everyone in the world to get it, for no one more than he, in theentire history of mankind, has connected more people than he has, as effortlessly as he has. And thatis both good and not good... as we shall see.Meet Mark Zuckerberg.Whether you are familiar with Mark Zuckerberg depends to a considerable extent on your age andInternet savvy. The greater the one, the less the other, the more this soon to be iconic name will beunknown... and that, of course, means youre the oldest of fogies... and must instantly make amends.I intend to make that very easy for you.Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 in a "Leave It to Beaver" town with the quintessential nameof Dobbs Ferry, New York. His life consisted of the very best and most appealing of what suburbanlife in the Great Republic offers; his father a dentist, his mother (before the birth of her fourchildren), a psychiatrist. His was a loving, close-knit family that valued the most important thing ofall: education, and made sure Mark got the best.He was a prodigy from his earliest days; spurred on by his parents, who supplied tutorial assistancefor this gifted boy, who seemed to know from conception that computers were his destiny, as theywere for the world. He was sent to one of the Great Republics most celebrated prep schools, PhillipsExeter Academy, where he captained the schools fencing team. Then, like so many of his giftedclassmates, he made the expected move to Harvard... There in his now famous dorm room, rightacross the street from where I am writing, he began the steps that would not only make him one ofhistorys wealthiest people... Croesus and Midas being pikers by comparison... but a social innovatorof literally cosmic significance.But all that is hindsight. At Harvard, Zuckerberg with his boyish grin that wont quit, dancedadministrators a merry measure. Harvard is famous for dealing with exceptional students; they arethere, after all, precisely because they are exceptional... and, as often, difficult... as they try thepatience of lesser deans charged with riding genius with a deft hand... and a recognition that thesestudents will in due course rule the Great Republic and many other nations, its businesses andnonprofit organizations of every kind, and one tech enterprise after another. Future success -- andgenerous donations to Harvard -- must never be forgotten... and never are.Zuckerberg, hacking meister.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 10 of 16
  11. 11. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyHarvard was, of course, familiar with young men of technical brilliance for whom The WorldsGreatest University, though undoubtedly an honor, moved just too slow. Quick, can you say BillGates?Zuckerberg was impatient with things others deemed appropriate and suitable for him; a commonHarvard malady. He had a sense, growing clearer by the day, of what he wanted, and it wasntwriting term papers on recherche subjects minutes before they were due.No, he wanted a career on the Internet, something his young generation "got" which was (and to aconsiderable extent still is) terra incognita to its woefully clueless parents. Not to put too fine a pointon it, he spent his time at Harvard inventing what every red- blooded boy wants: a simple, effortless,infallible way to pick up chicks (and their hunky male equivalents.) And there was the Internet,universal, revolutionary, exhilarating right before him.... How could this force be put to workassisting the massive energies of "the urge to merge," the most powerful drive in the lives ofeveryone on this planet, especially adolescents pulsating with untrammeled desire...Mark, a recognized "go-to" guy at Harvard for solving computer problems, first invented somethingscholastically useful: "CourseMatch" which gave students absolutely candid (and hence oftenabashing to instructors) reviews of all courses and professors. It was an instant, irreverent hit...Then, he invented Facemash, which matched pictures of two students, asking teen-aged connoisseursto deliver comments on the various merits (and demerits) of each. Needless to say, comments wereoften rude, crude, hurtful... and funny. Harvard stepped in and killed this enterprise as"inappropriate". And chastised Zuckerberg, who, to get the personal information Facemash required,hacked into protected areas of Harvards sensitive and strictly private computer network. Itspopularity was undoubted -- 22,000 photo-views in its first four hours alone. But what was equallyundoubted was Zuckerbergs blatant disregard of privacy and misuse of other peoples data, issueswhich will always be part and parcel of his business life and fortune.Facebook.In February, 2004 Zuckerberg launched "Thefacebook" at www.thefacebook.com All hell brokeloose amongst Zuckerbergs classmates -- Cameron Winklevoss, Tyler Winklevoss, and DivyaNarendra -- who complained he was using their ideas. They sued, got a settlement and for the rest oftheir lives -- no matter how successful they may well be -- will always be overshadowed byZuckerberg, and no matter how many bucks they settled for... It Will Never Be Enough. Just as thehapless owner of the domain name facebook.com probably says, getting a mere $200,000 for a namethat is now worth untold riches. But it is in the nature of entrepreneurs to see things others dont andreap an avalanche of benefits as a result... and, why not? For after all they shouldered all the riskswhich are real enough and daunting.Young, richer than rich, the apple of Wall Streets eye.Mark Zuckerberg is now not merely a role model to every young techie just out of rompers, but atitan amongst plutocrats, whom he can now buy and sell. He is said to be quiet, unassuming, polite,never flaunting his fabulous wealth. But his may be the technical equivalent of "The Portrait ofDorian Gray." We shall just have to wait and see.As for Zuckerberg, he should be reminded of the aphorism by Satchel Paige, "Dont look back.Something may be gaining on you." Because you can bet on it, Zuckerberg and the wealth ofFacebook with over 800,000,000 members, one-third of all the Internets ad revenues, and a mailinglist worth billions and billions more, is now the target...With the Initial Public Offering for Facebook stock coming very soon, this month, Zuckerberg hasother things on his mind, like whats a young man, just 27 years old, to do with 28 billion dollars,http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 11 of 16
  12. 12. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallygive or take a buck? There arent enough things on our tired old planet to purchase... as hell soonfind out.But while hes wondering how many zeroes there are in all those billions, he should never stopfocusing on how to improve his corporate baby, for he must tend its cornucopia of information withstrict regards for privacy, and he has a bad record here. He must root out the millions of underagedusers (13 being the threshold) and urge them, with all due respect, to do more with their lives thendevelop oversized posteriors clicking computer keys.He must urge all members to tell the truth (to be barred if they do not), for the "Veritas" (truth) helearned at Harvard is in lamentable short supply online, with Facebook members amongst the worstoffenders.... Finally, he must work assiduously with all law enforcement personnel for Facebook is ahaven for every human vice and malefactor on Earth. Use some of your mind-boggling fortune topreserve what is best about Facebook where happy serendipity is a constant occurrence and mustremain so.** We invite you to post your comments to this article below.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 12 of 16
  13. 13. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyIts time to recognize those who have failed. It may be thevery best way to get them to succeed. An audacious idea.by Dr. Jeffrey LantAuthors program note. In 1962 one of the grandest American musicals hit the cinemas of the GreatRepublic. It was Meredith Wilsons "The Music Man"... and we got up and marched as we heard itseffervescent score. No high fallutin Eye-talian music you had to scratch your head about,understanding hardly a word.No, this was Iowa music, Kansas music, music every last citizen of Tennessee and Oklahoma couldunderstand, every last word. As for the star, insinuating Robert Preston; we all knew someone likehim... scamp, con man, plausible trickster redeemed by the love of a good woman.Oh, yes, "The Music Man" was something we could get our teeth into... which is why, a mere lad, Iwas set the onerous task of mastering its "76 Trombones" on the piano; for the next school recital.Anyone but a doting mother and her unctuous piano teacher, who had wife and children (and, Ialways thought, a bit of a drinking problem) to support would have looked at me on that concretepiano bench (or so it seemed) and blurted out the first words that came to mind: "He stinks!" Butthose words were not heard until...... the day of the school recital.Kids good got up and did their bit... that didnt take so long, since there werent so many of them...and it was obvious which ones had worked hard and deserved the top prizes.Then kids, carefully turned out in best bib and tucker, got up and did their mediocre bit. A largechunk of my classmates found themselves in this category; having done some work, but not enoughto reap the blue ribbons that said "First Prize". They got the red ribbons... just good enough toassuage anxious parents.Finally, there were the kids who had to be pushed -- umbrella ferule in the small of their back -- toget up and recite... or dance... or play an uncooperative instrument. And I -- and my ragged renditionof "76 Trombones" -- was in this group... stinkers all. But awarded notwithstanding an HonorableMention and a few seconds of rousing, possibly even sincere applause, lead by mothers who wouldnever admit -- much less on school recital day -- their little Hannah, Billie and Mike were anythingother than paragons; "most likely to succeed" tattooed on their foreheads.Privately, however, even some of the mothers gave vent to the truth; being Midwestern they justcouldnt help themselves.... "They stink!" I heard them say... and then "Jeffrey stinks!"And so truth came to River City. Truth, embarrassment, red-faced humiliation... which could not beassuaged by any white ribbon that said Honorable Mention. It all poured out now; how I washorrid... tone deaf... rhythm challenged... note oblivious... absolutely hopeless.... hot words thatcaused my little brother (who had a lifetime of Jeffrey plaudits to work through) to dance with glee..."Ol Jeffrey stinks." On this day of days he just couldnt say it enough and knew a profoundhappiness long deferred. He talks about it to this very day.I was 15, I was humiliated, I was determined this would not be the end of the story... .... and thatswhy I won the next recital prize fair and square... because I was resolved, and fiercely too, that"Jeffrey stinks" would not be the last word on this subject...... In other words, from abashment and humiliation came triumph and reward. So it worked for meon the grave matter of the school piano recital and so it is about to work for you in your business. Forhttp://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 13 of 16
  14. 14. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyI am about to urge that all your business failures, slothful habits, egregious errors, failure to achievesignificant results; that all of these, things which have placed you well and truly amongst thestinkers... be brought out... and publicized to the world; thereby ensuring that your humiliation bethorough and detailed...Why?So that you will do everything needful, yes move heaven and earth, to ensure you are never, ever inthat shocking place again, your dunce cap retired, your name no more ridiculed but revered, honoredand extolled, which is the only way it should be.Consider how you did "business" yesterday, the day before, the day before that...Have you done the necessary to profit? Did you get up early to handle all aspects of yourprospect-generating machine? Did you generate prospects? Follow up (and especially telephone)prospects? Did you make offers, improve offers, and improve these offers again until you had a dealand the money that accompanies it? If so, you made money... and have every right to be happy withyourself... for you are a true and faithful business impresario and you deserve every penny and everycompliment you got.You did get that profit and those compliments, didnt you? Well, didnt you? If not, its time for analternative approach to the business of helping you succeed in business. Its time for the motivatingFailure Awards, a kick in the pants like no other.Imagine the following scenario. You wake up tomorrow, go to your website, and see emblazonedacross it these words"You have just been dishonored with theBIG-TIME LOSER OF THE DAY PRIZE.Trustees of the foundation have selected you because you didnt do one darn thing yesterday,absolutely nothing, to make money, generate leads, work with leads, make offers, close deals andbuild your business.Yep, you are on the bottom of the heap, no money in the till and none expected or possible, until youchange the way you do business so that you can profit from it.Then you see a picture of yourself festooned with mulish ears... with a caption that says simplyLOSER OF THE DAY... (then the date)."Your reaction?How will you feel when you see this? Ill tell you, youll fly into an unparalleled rage... condemningeveryone... everyone, that is, except the one person whose lack of constructive endeavors got youthere in the first place: that would be you!Your lack of effort got you this (boobie) prize. Its only your constructive efforts that can get youout.But will you make them?In my humble opinion you will do so faster, with more energy and determination if you publish theunpalatable truth, shining full, unyielding light on the success you didnt get, letting the world seeyour inadequacies. You will hate this situation and rightly so, for being amongst such a passel oflosers is humiliating indeed.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 14 of 16
  15. 15. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyThats why you should award yourself this egregious and sick-making award... and spend the rest ofthis day and every day doing what is necessary to expunge it and reap the substantial benefits whichyoull get when you do.Now go to any search engine. Play "76 trombones" and get in the mood for success, joy, and manyhappy returns of the day, a day where failure is just a word in the dictionary.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 15 of 16
  16. 16. Right now chances are youre trying to run your online business manuallyResourceAbout the Author Harvard-educated Dr. Jeffrey Lant is CEO of Worldprofit, Inc., providing a widerange of online services for small and-home based businesses. Services include home businesstraining, affiliate marketing training, earn-at-home programs, traffic tools, advertising, webcasting,hosting, design, WordPress Blogs and more. Find out why Worldprofit is considered the # 1 onlineHome Business Training program by getting a free Associate Membership today.Republished with authors permission by Vijian Narayanasamy http://GlobalWealthOp.com.http://www.GlobalWealthOp.com Copyright Vijian Narayanasamy - 2012 16 of 16