A Helping Hand

Hello,


Tomorrow is created by what you do today.

So it only follows that if you want the future to change, today must change.

If today, you do your very best – that sets up a tomorrow full of the
very best potential.

When that tomorrow turns into today, filled with that very best potential,
and you do your very best to maximize that full potential, that sets up a
tomorrow full of very good promise as well.

Let’s look back 5-10 years ago. Look at what you wanted then. If you only had this or that, life would be so much better you thought. Chances are you have that this or that now, but you still want more.

When we get that “it”, “it” fades into the background and our desires change once again.

It’s a cycle that not a lot of people can break themselves out of.

Now all this brings up an interesting question.

Isn’t that what’s driving us?

Making our life better? A Helping Hand

The desire to improve our lives is very intense in the beginning but once we have what we need, following this path is akin to running in a hamster wheel.

It will never end.


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So somewhere along the line (and this point in time will be different for us all depending on the individual), your desire must shift from solely focusing on making your own life better, to focusing on making the lives of others better.

Once you’ve shifted your main focus, you’ll soon discover that in helping other people’s lives get better, your life gets better in a way that no other “thing” can ever hope to imitate.

And when this becomes consistent – lookout.

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A future that looks brighter and brighter with each passing glorious day.


Regards,


zaki joseph
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Cloud storage for everyone!

Hello friend,

Computers have become an important part of our day-to-day lives over the past two decades. They have transformed from large business devices to smart phones, tablets and quad core desktops. As our electronic devices evolve so has the way we store data. We now need more space, quicker read and write access and smaller storage methods. But where did the idea of data storage come from and how has it evolved?

The earliest known form of data storage was punch cards which were created in 1725 by Basile Bouchon. They had a perforated paper loop to store patterns which could be used on cloth. In 1846 Alexander Bain improved on this idea with the invention of punched tape which could hold significantly more data than their predecessor.

With the invention of computers came the need for larger data storage methods. A device called a Selectron tube was developed by the RCA in 1946 which could store 4096 bits of information. A few years later magnetic tape was released as an improved way of storing data. This was then refined and placed in Compact Cassettes and VHS.

In 1956 IBM created the first Hard Drive for its 305 RAMAC computer. It contained fifty 25inch disks which could store 5 million characters or 5MB of data. In 1971 Alan Shugart, also an IBM employee, created the first memory disk which allowed users to transfer data easily from one computer to another. It was called a Floppy disk and was cheaper and more flexible than HDDs although it did not store as much data.  The Floppy disk was followed by the CD in 1979 and the DVD in 1995, which both had significant impact on data storage and are both still used today.

In recent years we have seen the release of Blu-Ray disks and the unsuccessful HD-DVD. Both disks offered users a way to watch High Def movies from anywhere. Disk technology continues to evolve and the introduction of holographic disks in the near future will increase disk storage from 120GB to 3.9TB.

While music and movies are still bought on disk the invention of USB drives and memory cards has allowed users to easily save large files and transfer them from one place to another. The compact Flash was one of the first memory cards although it wasn’t until the smaller SD card was created that a wide range of devices supported memory cards. In recent years memory cards have continued to get smaller and now can store up to 128GBs of data.

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We believe cloud storage will be the most widely used form of data storage in the next decade. As users switch from CDs to MP3s and DVDs to AVIs, the need for physical storage methods has decreased. Our portable devices now contain WiFi and 3G internet connections to give us access to the internet from nearly anywhere. As internet speeds and coverage increases the cloud is set to become even more popular. Unlike physical storage methods, cloud storage literally has no limit to the amount of files that can be stored on it. Every file you ever downloaded or created can now be accessed from the palm of your hand. If you want to know the history of cloud storage click here.

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Regards,

zaki joseph

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Computers have become an important part of our day-to-day lives over the past two decades. They have transformed from large business devices to smart phones, tablets and quad core desktops. As our electronic devices evolve so has the way we store data. We now need more space, quicker read and write access and smaller storage methods. But where did the idea of data storage come from and how has it evolved?

The Entrepreneur in You!

Hello,

There’s definitely an interesting relationship between an entrepreneur and an opportunity seeker.

The opp seeker is one who gets involved with a business because of all the hype and money they truly thought they could earn without necessarily doing much to earn it.

They’re not providing value to someone else, they’re not entrenching themselves with knowledge and education.  They saw the white board and the fancy flip chart of how much money they could earn by getting 2 who get 2, etc…

They got involved thinking they’d magically get rich even though they have no idea of how to build a business or marketing in general.

The Entrepreneur:

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The entrepreneur understands business…they understand marketing or seek understanding and knowledge constantly.

They’re constantly learning and studying.

They’re seeking mentors to study and learn from.  They understand that applied knowledge will ultimately create success.

They’re providing value to others.

They’re problem solvers.

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They understand that the most successful businesses are built with a firm foundation on sound marketing principles.  They’re not seeking a get rich quick scheme – and they understand businesses aren’t build by “chasing” others.

At the end of the day, the entrepreneur will win and they understand this.  They’re the ones who will create wealth…not overnight, but it will take place.  It’s only a matter of time.

The entrepreneur has an entirely different mindset.  They understand that they simply have a manufacturer of products/services that they’ve chosen to market.  They understand that if the manufacturer went out of business tomorrow…they can go anywhere they want and rock the house.

BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.

So…

Are you an opportunity seeker or an entrepreneur?

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Never stop learning.  Never stop studying.  Find a mentor…study him/her and follow that person as though you’re a shadow.  It will reward you kindly throughout your business journeys.  Regardless of what you’re marketing or what company you’re involved with.

I’m committed to your success,

Zaki joseph

The Entrepreneur!

Hello,
There’s definitely an interesting relationship between an entrepreneur and an opportunity seeker.
The opp seeker is one who gets involved with a business because of all the hype and money they truly thought they could earn without necessarily doing much to earn it.
They’re not providing value to someone else, they’re not entrenching themselves with knowledge and education.  They saw the white board and the fancy flip chart of how much money they could earn by getting 2 who get 2, etc…
They got involved thinking they’d magically get rich even though they have no idea of how to build a business or marketing in general.
The Entrepreneur:
The entrepreneur understands business…they understand marketing or seek understanding and knowledge constantly.
They’re constantly learning and studying.
They’re seeking mentors to study and learn from.  They understand that applied knowledge will ultimately create success.
They’re providing value to others.
They’re problem solvers.
They understand that the most successful businesses are built with a firm foundation on sound marketing principles.  They’re not seeking a get rich quick scheme – and they understand businesses aren’t build by “chasing” others.
At the end of the day, the entrepreneur will win and they understand this.  They’re the ones who will create wealth…not overnight, but it will take place.  It’s only a matter of time.
The entrepreneur has an entirely different mindset.  They understand that they simply have a manufacturer of products/services that they’ve chosen to market.  They understand that if the manufacturer went out of business tomorrow…they can go anywhere they want and rock the house.
BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.
So…
Are you an opportunity seeker or an entrepreneur?
Never stop learning.  Never stop studying.  Find a mentor…study him/her and follow that person as though you’re a shadow.  It will reward you kindly throughout your business journeys.  Regardless of what you’re marketing or what company you’re involved with.
I’m committed to your success,
Zaki joseph

Livedrive Cloud Storage

He’s Bigger Than Clickbank!

Yowzers!

Is there anything this guy cannot do?

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He has his own radio show, made millions from Adsense, attracts a humongous following on Twitter, Facebook and his personal blog….

Been featured on countless magazines, including
The New York Times, Boston Globe, Forbes.com
and the Chicago Tribune.

And to top things off, he just published his own
autobiography this year.

Frankly, I think he needs to slow down because he’s making the rest of the competition look like slackers.

This system is BRAND NEW and just about the most controversial video I’ve ever seen.

And here’s the surprising thing.

There’s no PPC involved. No CPA, PPV, no loopholes to ‘exploit’ or magic carpet push button softwares to millions of dollars overnight.

Something TOTALLY different.

… A REAL system thats been pulling in over $1,000 a day for 739 days in a ROW!

Best of all? He’s prepared LIVE VIDEO PROOF.

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(You’ll even see REAL examples, not *just* crazy screenshots of his paypal and and adsense earnings)

Honestly – This has blown me away.

This guy has been living it up for years and  now he’s going to share the secrets to how he does it.

This video is going viral and it’s to see why.  It’s a real breath of fresh air compared to what everyone else is doing nowadays.

And no matter if you decide to give it a shot, like most mega launches, you can learn a lot just by watching how he does it.

Here’s the link again:

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Talk Soon,

Zaki Joseph