The Time-Proven & Authoritative Network Marketing Invitation Script – Eric Worre’s Formula Revealed!

Sunday is the day to post about business–in this case network marketing.  So today we focus on invitation as a new skill.

I know I have said before how I love this business, but I want to make it clear to anyone thinking about joining a network marketing company, there is a lengthy learning curve and you have to be willing to be taught how to do the work required to make any money.  That said, the upside is that you will make money slowly at first, then as you improve your new skills, you will begin to make more and more.

The people you will meet will be genuine and will want you to be successful.  You will see that you have surrounded yourself with happy, positive people who will be willing to be supportive of you as you are learning your new skills.  And–be sure you attend any event that your company holds.  It is truly a unique experience and one you will enjoy.

This article below focuses on the invitation process which is the most basic new skill you will have to learn.  Reading this information here, you will see that inviting can be broken down into steps that are easy to learn.  The hard part will be making yourself do it.

There is a second part to this article, so be sure you read this one entirely and then click over to read the second part!


The Time-Proven & Authoritative Network Marketing Invitation Script – Eric Worre’s Formula Revealed!


In this article, we have set the stage for you to learn the formula for the network marketing invitation process from the Network Marketing Professional himself, Eric Worre.

My grandfather, God rest his soul, taught me to never stop educating myself, so being the humble man that I am, I will be the first to accept any advice from Eric or any other network marketing professionals for prospecting and gathering leads.

From my previous article written on October 8th, you learned that there are 4 Time-Proven Rules for Network Marketing Success.

These 4 rules were as follows… you must emotionally detach yourself from the outcome, be yourself during communication, have passion in what you do, and have a strong posture (if you need a refresher, visit the link above.)

Prepare Yourself for the 8 steps that are going to Skyrocket your home-based business, as stated by the Network Marketing Pro himself!

This formula can be used on the phone or face to face. It is NOT recommended to be used for texting, email or any other non-verbal communications… ONLY on the phone or face to face.

Now that we have that clear, this formula can work for your warm market prospects and cold market prospects… I will give you Eric Worre’s examples for both.

There ARE 8 Steps in the Professional Marketing Invitation

The following steps might sound complicated, but with a little practice, you will find it is an easy skill to master.

Step 1: Be in a Hurry!

Read the rest of this article here.

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Since I have been making wreaths this last week, I decided I should give you a tutorial for making another kind of Halloween wreath.  This one is so cute and would really look good as decoration for a Halloween party!

I think I just may try this one for myself and put it in my window for Halloween.

I hope you are busy crafting for this wonderful holiday.  I love making Halloween decorations; it is so much fun and there is an endless array of possibilities that you can make.

Please try this out for yourself and post a picture in the comments so I can see it.



Halloween wreaths are the perfect addition to your home decor! Learn how to make a Halloween wreath with cupcake wrappers, which is perfect for mantel or hanging in your home. You will find a step by step DIY tutorial below for your cupcake wrapper wreath. Have fun!Halloween wreath


This Halloween wreath is made from cupcake wrappers! Its so easy to do while you sit and watch tv and because cupcake wrappers are so readily available, you can customize a whole lot of them for very occasion.

Before you get started, you will need the following items.

How to make a Halloween wreath with cupcake wrappers, which is perfect for mantel or hanging in your home. You will find a step by step DIY tutorial below for your cupcake wrapper wreath. Have fun!

Please note before making your wreath: Products above will cover the inside, front and outside of wreath, but NOT the back. If you are hanging your wreath where both sides will be seen and it will not be flat against a door or window, please double the amount of wrappers you need.

Now, visit her site for the complete tutorial.


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Innovation, Invention, Creativity and Artistry are not the same

Today we once again get to talk about creativity.  This article I found online is useful but geared more toward business than individual use.  I went ahead and posted it here because of his definitions of each of the areas–Innovation, Invention, Creativity, and Artistry.

I may not agree with these definitions, but I do think it is useful to be thinking of these areas separately.  It is always a good thing to get straight in your mind the language you are or will be using.  We throw around words like confetti, never mind the actual definitions of said words.  It is good to get back to the basics of defining our words to enrich our speech.  So read these definitions of innovation, invention, creativity, and artistry as this author sees them.

Please read this article.  It is pretty short, but has interesting ideas to use as a jumping off place in your own journey for creativity.  Let me know what you think about this man’s definitions, won’t you?


Innovation, Invention, Creativity and Artistry are not the same

Last night I was at an event where I woman said, “I want to get in touch with my creativity. I used to paint and play music, but no longer do that.”

This got me thinking about how we throw around a lot of terms with no real clarity around what they mean.

Here are four terms that people use interchangeably.

  1. Invention, from my perspective, invention is the creation of something that previously was not in existence. The focus is not on commercial value but rather on novelty.
  2. Innovation, on the other hand, is an end-to-end process that starts with a specific problem, challenge or opportunity and results in commercial value (however that is defined for the organization).

Read the rest of this article here.

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Made a Halloween Wreath!

I have been watching so many Halloween decorating videos that I got inspired to try my hand at making my own version of a Halloween wreath.  So, first I went off to my favorite Dollar Tree to find all the fixin’s.

Halloween wreath

Dollar Tree is the greatest!

Next I had to think about exactly what I wanted to do with all this glorious stuff.  The wreath base is considerably smaller than I would have wanted, but it will have to do because I am not going to Michael’s to spend all my money!  After watching a particular video, I decided how I wanted mine to look.

  1. So I started by gluing the hanging ribbon on both sides of the base.
  2. Once that was done to my standards, I started by gluing one end of the garland to the base and then wrapping it around and around and around until it was covered.  (It took one and a half garlands to do this step)
  3. Next, I glued black and purple roses to the top of my skull.
  4. Then I glued the skull in place, being careful that I can still turn it on and off by hand.
  5. I finished by gluing one of the skeletons from the garland onto the side; I glued a black bat and lots of ugly spiders everywhere!


Halloween wreath

So, what do you think?  I think it turned out quite nicely.  Now I just have to remember to turn that skull on and off!  All in all, I had a great time making a Halloween wreath.

Here’s the video I watched to get inspired:

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The Network Marketing Invitation Process

When I started my network marketing business many years ago, I failed because I wouldn’t or couldn’t figure out how to invite others to take a look at my business and my products.  I was afraid they would get mad at me, or would no longer like me, or I don’t know what.  Since that time, I have read and studied successful people in network marketing to try to learn how to invite the correct way.  It still makes me feel queasy at times, but I have learned that the best way to do this is by establishing a relationship and helping them solve problems with my products.

I am by no means a network marketing success story.  I am still learning and I still struggle with various parts of this business.  However, I still love it and plan to continue in this business forever.  The people you meet in this industry are so phenomenal! They are fun, friendly, helpful, and caring.  I have yet to meet anyone who does not want me to be a success in my business!

Since inviting usually is the big drawback to joining a network marketing company, I thought I’d post this article and give you a little bit of useful information to mull over and see if it will fit you.  Let me know what you think, please.

Powerful Marketing Tips to Aid in the Network Marketing Invitation Process


Powerful Marketing Tips to Aid in the Network Marketing Invitation Process

Like any network marketing professional, you WILL need to learn some skills to achieve success in your small business.

The more you educate yourself about network marketing, the more likely you will have massive success in achieving the residual income you desire for your family and your future.

Unlike most high paying professions like a doctor or lawyer, you will NOT need a large amount of money for your education, yet the network marketing professional can create a greater income for themselves than virtually any other profession.

Below are a few marketing tips to get the most out of your network marketing small business. Make sure you apply ALL of the following advice to maximize your results.


People Don’t Join a Business – They Join YOU!

TIP #1 Approach your network marketing business as a way of helping people rather than selling them on your “Can’t Live Without” product. If you go in with the thought process of Educating your readers, your business will flourish. Focus on the person and how you can help solve the issues he or she is facing.

Read the rest of this article here…

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Halloween Crafts

Halloween has always been my favorite holiday to celebrate.  There are so many Halloween crafts you can get into!  Christmas is my second only because of the aspect of spending so much money on gifts.  Halloween, however is totally fun and creative.  You can spend money if you want, or you can DIY the holiday and still have just as much fun!

My best memories with my children are us making Halloween decorations and dressing up the house as well as ourselves!  The Trick-or-Treat part was the fun part for the kids, I’m sure, but we all really got into all the Halloween crafts that we did.

Below is a wonderful aray of lovely Halloween Crafts for you to try from  I lost count of how many ideas they present at this site, but I am sure you will find something to entertain yourself and your kiddos this Halloween.  Be sure to click over and see the plethora of craft ideas there!


Halloween Crafts

Create some spooky fun with free Halloween crafts and quick decoration ideas. Easy at home projects for Halloween ghosts, wreaths and DIY Kids Halloween Costumes. Try our monster banner ideas made with felt, pumpkin crafts for decorations and witches, monsters and ghost party crafts for all ages to enjoy. Our spooky Halloween bat crafts are part of our DIY Halloween decorations and so are the various spider crafts and displays. There are even knitted Halloween projects and crochet Halloween patterns. These Halloween ideas are all handmade and all free for your to create with your kids. Make some Halloween costumes from the roundup of ideas that we have provided and create scary silhouettes with free patterns. These are creative, quick and easy Halloween crafts that are original creations and lots of fun for the kids and your party guests.

Halloween Decorations

Halloween DecorationsMake your own Halloween Decorations this year with some DIY ideas from us. These decorations are inexpensive, easy to make and kids will love to help you with them. Your party will come alive with these ideas and projects which include banners, art and clever crafts! See all Halloween Decorations

Halloween Ghosts

Halloween GhostsHalloween Ghost Crafts for fun decorations, ornaments and costumes. Use everyday items like toilet paper rolls, egg cartons, coffee filters and sponges to make these creative kids Halloween Ghosts! Look at all our Halloween Ghost projects

Halloween Wreaths

Halloween WreathsA witch, a pumpkin and a cobweb. What do these have in common? They are all used to make some really creative Halloween Wreaths, of course! These wreaths are super easy to make, and kids will love to help you put the finishing touches on them. See all Halloween Wreaths

All Halloween Crafts

Halloween Skull Tree Centerpiece

Halloween Skull Tree Centerpiece

This Halloween craft project shows you how to make a centerpiece using a mini Ch….

Halloween Napkin Luminaries

Halloween Napkin Luminaries

This Halloween project shows you how to use printed napkins to up-cycle jars to ….

Halloween Blood Drip Candles

Halloween Blood Drip Candles

These Halloween Blood Dripped Candles are so easy to make and are perfect for pa….

Halloween Paper Plate Wall Art

Halloween Paper Plate Wall Art

This Halloween Craft Project has been made using store bought paper plates. This….

Visit the original site for more ideas.

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Creativity:  How to Unlock Your Hidden Creative Genius

Here is today’s post about Creativity.  I found this man’s site by accident when I was researching something totally different.  I signed up for his newsletter after reading this article.  You can click over to his site and sign up to receive this ebook which is worth reading.

Also at his site, you will find references to other articles he has written about creativity that might be what you are looking for.  My favorite nugget in this article is about Green Eggs and Ham, but you may find something else more to your liking than that.

Please click over, sign up for the ebook and his newsletter, then read this entire article.  He makes really good sense and his writing is easy to read and understand.


How to Unlock Your Hidden Creative Genius

Mastering Creativity by James Clear

Read this guide and discover the creative strategies of the greatest artists, musicians, and writers in the world—Pablo Picasso, Franz Kafka, Dr. Seuss and many more.

The full guide is packed with 36 pages of information on how creativity works, how to overcome the mental blocks that all artists face, and how to make creative thinking a habit.


What is Creativity?

Let’s define creativity.

The creative process is the act of making new connections between old ideas or recognizing relationships between concepts. Creative thinking is not about generating something new from a blank slate, but rather about taking what is already present and combining those bits and pieces in a way that has not been done previously.

While being creative isn’t easy, nearly all great ideas follow a similar creative process. In 1940, an advertising executive named James Webb Young published a short guide titled, A Technique for Producing Ideas.

Young believed the process of creative connection always occurred in five steps.

The Creative Process

  1. Gather new material. At first, you learn. During this stage you focus on 1) learning specific material directly related to your task and 2) learning general material by becoming fascinated with a wide range of concepts.
  2. Thoroughly work over the materials in your mind. During this stage, you examine what you have learned by looking at the facts from different angles and experimenting with fitting various ideas together.
  3. Step away from the problem. Next, you put the problem completely out of your mind and go do something else that excites you and energizes you.
  4. Let your idea return to you. At some point, but only after you have stopped thinking about it, your idea will come back to you with a flash of insight and renewed energy.

Read the entire article here.

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From fail to success–New Project!

Okay, I wrote about my failure with paper clay while trying to make an angel votive candle holder last week.  This week, I want to show how I turned failure into a success by being too stubborn to quit!



So I left this story with almost burned Sculpey clay angels.  I decided to paint them with acrylics and matte medium to cover up the scorched parts and it worked just fine!  The next step was to assemble the votive candle holder by gluing the various parts together.  For this I used Aileen’s Tacky Glue because it will glue anything!




I decided to add glitter to the final project to give it some bling, but I am not too taken with the look.  If I ever make this again, I will leave the glitter out.

The final product really turned out better than

I envisioned, but it is far from perfect.  My daughter asked me “What is it?” when I sent her a picture, so that should tell you something.  Anyway, I think it turned out as good as I could expect and I got to use some really old supplies–didn’t have to buy anything to make this–and that is always a good thing.

I will probably set this out on the table come Christmas to see if it adds to the festive air.  What do you think of this Christmas Angel votive holder?  Should I try again or is this still a FAIL?

I did have fun making it, so it can’t be a total fail.


from fail to success





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Finding Network Marketing Success

Here is an article about making a success of Network Marketing.  There are many fine articles out there about this subject and this is just one of them.  I like this one because the author speaks directly, clearly, and bluntly.  He makes a point that MLM or network marketing is a “business” and as such will require effort, time, and patience.

If you do read his entire article, take a minute to sign up for his FREE Mastermind Training Webinars.  This author not only speaks the truth, he is willing to help you find your way also.

I have just started reading his articles, and believe me, I will be checking out his other writings very carefully.  I hope this helps you make your decision.  Being in business for yourself is really the only way to go, but only if you understand the work.  I like that his first point is to educate yourself about the business.  Makes perfect sense to me.

Let me know what you think of this article, won’t you?



  • Network marketing success

Finding Network Marketing Success

When you’re taking the steps down the network marketing road you’ll have plenty of decisions to make.  Some of these decisions are absolutely vital for your success.  And of course, there are plenty of things that you’ll want to understand in order to find network marketing success.  Among them are several things that you should learn before you even get started.

  • Get Educated – Preparation and education will lay the groundwork for network marketing success.  You’re making an investment in your future, and that’s not something you should just dive into without learning more about it.  Take the time to understand network marketing if you want to succeed at it.
  • Choose Wisely – Take the time to identify the different network marketing opportunities that will work right for you.  There are plenty of products out there for those interested in making money, but you need to choose those that fit your overall client base and match your interests somewhat.
  • Make Multiple Choices – In other words, diversify.  Don’t just stick with selling beauty products, for example.  Spread out into wellness, travel, and other areas of network marketing.  The more diverse your MLM streams are the more likely it is that you’ll move towards network marketing success.  That’s because you’ll actually be able to target different client bases, attract more team members, and make more money overall.

Please click over to read the rest of this article at the source.

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48 Fun and Easy Halloween Craft Ideas

This is a great article from  Written by Loraine Brummer for us crafters, and she has included a Halloween craft for everyone. My favorites are numbers 4, 8, and 10 and I may try to make these particular crafts.

Be sure to check out all 48 crafts and while there look at some of her other articles that deal with Halloween crafts.  She sure finds great crafts around the internet.  I know I will be checking out her articles.


48 Fun and Easy Halloween Craft Ideas

fun and easy halloween crafts ideas

In this article you’ll find over 40 Halloween, spooky and not so spooky, crafts for kids and adults. Kids love making all the scary things that we associate with Halloween, like: ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, spiders, ghouls, bats and witches.

I like to think that when the family plays or crafts together, they are making memories for life. Any activity, done as a family, is an activity that becomes a treasured memory. Decorating for Halloween is especially fun because kids love any and all scary things.

In this article I’m going to share with you some fun Halloween crafts. All the crafts will include a picture and the site name, where you’ll find the craft tutorials and patterns.

For the directions to make the sock bats shown above, go to the Parents site.

1. Spooky Halloween Village

Wouldn’t you love to have a spooky Halloween village, without it being costly? Go to the Dollar store, purchase their inexpensive ceramic houses and some black paint. Then visit THE36THAVENUE site, follow the tutorial, and you are your way to a Halloween village of your own.

2. Wood and Fabric Owl

I love items like this that can be used for a longer length of time during the holidays. This owl is a great Fall, into Halloween into Thanksgiving item. Find the directions for making this wood and fabric owl by going to All Things Heart & Home.

3. Orange Slice Gumdrop Pumpkin

This decoration looks way to yummy to trust anywhere near kids. Find the instructions for making this gumdrop pumpkin at CraftElf. I dare you to take your chances that this will last through the Halloween season.

4. Little Monsters

The whole family will love making little monsters for Halloween decorations. Anytime that the family does something together they are making memories to share for years to come. You’ll find the instructions at ALISA BURKE.

Please click here to see the rest of this wonderful article.

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