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A Look at 2007-Vicki Irvin-Maryland Real Estate Investing


In the beginning of the year we talked about setting goals and trying to tackle them.We talked about making some changes, even small ones to advance ourselves. Everyone was all ramped up and ready to go and VOILA, we are now approaching the end of the year.

As I got up this morning, I sat in the bed and reflected on my goals and where I excelled or even fell short. I am extra hard on myself, but I have to admit that I am proud of all of the accomplishments I have made over the past year. Not only have I changed my own personal life, but I have touched the lives of many others. Being only one person, I know I can’t affect change in the astronomical ways that I desire, but as long as every now and then someone reminds me of something that I did to help them, either spiritually, emotionally or financially, then I know I am at least doing something right.

Over the course of the year, I have taught residents of the community every single month how to increase their wealth. I have been asked to write a chapter in a book called “Women on Fire� and challenges I have overcome in my life. I have been featured in the movie The Phenomenon along with my husband which chronicles the rapid success of entrepreneurs and the blueprint for how to do it. I shot an infomercial with 4 other guys (I was the only female) that will begin to air nationally in January. I could go on and on, but there is something even more important about what I did over the course of the year.

I learned that life is what you make of it. I learned how to be strong and that everything is not always as bad as it seems and not always as good as it seems either. I learned that family is first no matter what and I learned that the people in your corner really only consists of a handful of names. Remember when you were young and you had a million best friends? Have you noticed as an adult that those friends start to drop off? All for a variety of reasons. Your TRUE circle will always be small.

So today, I want you to think back to what you promised yourself you would do in 2007. How close have you come? Where did you fall short? Are you disappointed in yourself? If so get over it because the beauty of life is that we can always regroup and get back on course. I am personally looking forward to 2008 and looking forward to changing more lives!!

If you have not yet been to one of my seminars, you have GOT to come out on November 14th and hear about how we are making so much money in this “slow� market. You will be amazed at the strategies we are using and how a market like this one is every smart investors dream! Register now: www.MarylandFreeSeminars.com

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» Amed Hazel said: { Nov 8, 2007 - 01:11:19 }

My wife and I were blessed to attend one of your seminars in May of 2007. We have been hooked on you and your husband. You have helped us in so many ways, you just don’t know.

We love you both and we pray for your continued success and health. We have truly learned the value of family and how to cut loose some of that baggage that some people call friends.

I could list all the ways that you have helped my family but I won’t because some of it is really personal to us. But know you inspire us to be more than we thought we could.

Amed and Rochelle
Baltimore, Md

P.S. If You live in Baltimore and and need to be motivated toward success call me at Allstar Karate Academy 410 366 2004

P.S.S. Come for a free intro lesson.

P.S.S.S. Try Karate and get a free pizza

Sorry Guys I had to keep it true, Dan Kennedy style, you know Gangsta.



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