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How I Started A Profitable Business With Less Than $500 In 2 Weeks


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May 11 · Issue #122 · View online
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Yes thats me in the middle, from above!
Never Stop Testing ...
Well, I did a new type of testing this morning!
I, along with so many other people, have “restless legs”, that is, they move a lot when I’m in bed, impairing my sleep.
So, I mentioned this to my doctor earlier in the week and he arranged 3 x blood tests yesterday (my arms felt like a sieve!) and an MRI test for today.
Now, I’ve never even seen a real-life MRI machine before (they’re awfully big and clever) and the nurse proudly announced that I would be the first real patient to use this amazing machine.
Ooh, never stop testing! Exciting!
It was branded as Tesla (I checked, no connection!) and cost about $US 3 million, plus the room adds another million.
I’m pleased that medicine here is not expensive -  the scan (it took 30 minutes)  was about $120, which includes the doctor’s analysis of the results  … oh, and I’ve now got a full CD showing inside my head!
I’m meeting with the doctor on Monday morning, as I didn’t have time to see him today,  so that will be an interesting start to next week.
Oh, and if you ever need this procedure, it’s simple, non-scary  - and you get a panic button (!) - and you wear headphones - with a choice of music.
The only hard bit was keeping still for half-an-hour - I’m not used to that!
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I’m delighted again to hear from so many of you that you have already achieved some small successes from this - in the first 2 days!
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Hmm .... Silly Memories From Alun
  • Try this the next time you get a rejection letter from a hoped-for employer, just send them the following announcement:
To Whom It May Concern:
Thank you for your letter of [date]. After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me employment at this time. This year I have been particularly fortunate in receiving an unusually large number of rejection letters. With such a varied and promising field of candidates, it is impossible for me to accept all refusals. Despite [your Company]’s outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet with my needs at this time. Therefore, I will initiate employment with your firm immediately. I look forward to working with you. Best of luck in rejecting future candidates.
[Your Name]
Or create your own start-up, of course.

  • After a recent flight from New York, I couldn’t find my luggage in the airport baggage area. I went to the lost luggage office and told the lady there that my bags hadn’t shown up on the carousel. She smiled and told me not to worry because they were “trained professionals” and that I was “in good hands”. Then she asked me “Has your plane arrived yet?”

  • The class teacher asked me (years ago, obviously!) to name an animal that begins with an “E”. I replied “Elephant.” Then the teacher asked for an animal that begins with a “T”. I said, “Two elephants.” She made me stand outside the classroom. Sighing, she asked the class for an animal beginning with “M”. I shouted from the corridor “Maybe another elephant”.

  • I remember asking my father to explain the differences between irritation, aggravation, and frustration. So Dad picked up the phone and dialled a number at random. When the phone is answered he asks, “Can I speak to Alf, please?” “There’s no one named Alf here.” The person hangs up. “That’s irritation,” says Dad. He picks up the phone again, dials the same number and asks for Alf a second time. “No - there’s no one here named Alf. You have the wrong number. If you call again I shall telephone the police.” End of conversation. “That’s aggravation.” “Then what’s frustration?” I asked. My father picks up the phone and dialled a third time: “Hello, this is Alf. Have I received any phone calls?”

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