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I wrote the lesson plan for a 7 week course to increasing your bottom line. If you have had the discipline to follow this process every day ( 5 days week) for the entire seven weeks, you have changed as has your business. You found out things about yourself and how important consistent marketing and record keeping are to business growth.

The only person that can push you to achieve all the things that are possible with your business is yourself. You have been blessed with an opportunity to own and grow your own business. You are in total control of your destiny.

The challenges I presented these past seven weeks are not over. No lesson is complete if it does not continue to challenge you and make you think about growing your business.

Your next assignment is to take each lesson plan and the notes you made along your journey, and write a new plan for each day for the next seven weeks. Some days you may just repeat a lesson as presented, but in most cases, if you follow the general plan for each lesson, you will be able to modify the plan to better suit your personal goals. I suggest that you take the next week and design (plan) your journey for the next seven weeks. Once is completed, start the journey per your plan.

Repeat this process every 7 weeks. That means that you are taking an internal and external look at your business approximately every two months and charting your course with the necessary adjustments.

At the end of one year, this process will become an integral part of your business life.

If you would like a copy of the entire 7 week journey in a spiral bound book format please send a check for $25 made payable to Pinetop Publishing and mail it to 6430 E. Mescal St Scottsdale, Arizona 85254. The bound copy has a few extra pages to help you along the way.


Watch your thoughts, they become your words: watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions… they become your character.

Frank Outlaw

Have a great day!

Again, congratulations on taking the first step to growing a successful business.

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