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Your Success, Your Reach and Your Ability to Influence Others…

With today’s technology, there is no reason why you can not be positively effecting no only the people who are right in your immediate circle but you can be positively effecting people who live all over this world.

And believe me, there are many people out there who can use the expertise you have no matter where your strengths lie.

So how do you start to effect those that are around and those that are not right in your presence:

1. Start to get connected using the social networking websites such as facebook, which right now is the premiere networking site out there.

Start here: http://www.facebook.com/lifetosuccess

Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/lifetosuccess

2. Start Blogging! – Start a blogging website that you can express ideas that are important to you, in a manner that will serve the people who come to your blog on a regular basis.

3. Collect contact information – This way you can inform them of new information that may benefit them. And you can also update them when you put new information on your blog.

When you start to help not only those who are right around but those who are not in your physical presence, you start a ripple effect that will go on helping anyone who can use the information you provide.

For example, I plan on keeping this website going as long as I am alive and I have made an agreement with my son to continue making this site more valuable even after I go.

So I am hoping that when ever someone gets on Google and my pages come up that this information will positively effect the reader on the other side and that they go on and make positive change in the lives of those that they influnce.

Make sure to visit the my social networking websites above and make sure to add me to your lists. I look forward to connecting to you!

As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess,

John Clark

P.S. Make sure to pass this on to everyone in your email list and thank you for reading this blog.


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  • People really under estimate the power of a good updated blog.

    • Your right on, Jason! Keeping an up to date blog is a very good thing to do. It keeps people engaged.

      Thank you for the comments and keep them coming.

      JC