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One of the most common questions I am asked at the seminars, talks and Bootcamps I present, is, “But, Robin, how do I find people to Joint Venture with?” Good question, of course. In a world where a good website and business brochure can make a bank robber living in his dog’s kennel smoking weed look like the CEO of a Fortune 500 business, we have rightfully become skeptical, even cynical. We are wary of the scam artists and wanna-be’s out there. We don’t want to refer our trusted clients and friends to losers.

That’s why we started the DollarMakers Joint Venture Forum. Good people were invited to join and they invited their best people, and so on. And now that people from all over the world are applying to join, we insist they agree to adhere to our Code of Ethics and we watch them carefully. Any deviation and we unceremoniously kick them out. Unlike many “Networking Groups” that would accept Hitler if he paid enough, our fees are so low and our benefits so high that we can afford to be, and are, very selective. So that is one way to find good Joint Venture Partners: simply join the Forum!

Another way to find good Joint Venture partners is to start with your N.E.E.R. relationships – your Naturally Existing Economic Relationships – people whom you know and trust and have done business with in the past. People who are referred to you by trusted friends and associates are more likely to turn out well. And if you follow our guidelines, you will initiate those Joint Ventures with no money, no time and no risk. So you can walk away when things don’t work out or the Joint Venture partner deviates from the agreement, as some, I assure you, will.

Always remember that there are people out there who will agree to anything to grab a customer and make a quick buck. Desperate people do desperate thing. So you should choose successful people – not the trailer park type who lives on welfare and can’t afford gas, whom you want to help; you’re not a social worker. I have tried that and it cost me money. Find winners and visionaries. And make sure to manage the relationship and the Joint Venture – it takes attention and monitoring to make it work well. And the more they know about Joint Ventures, the more likely the Joint Venture is to succeed. For example, DollarMakers Joint Venture Forum Member who has attended the Joint Venture Broker Bootcamp is more likely to succeed than one who hasn’t. Visit http://www.jvwisdom.com to find out more.

Posted in Forex | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments » How to survive an economic depression: 3 ways to survive and thrive amidst the economic crisis August 19th, 2011 | Author: admin How To Survive An Economic Depression: 3 Ways To Survive And Thrive Amidst The Economic Crisis

Despite the economy’s continuing downward spiral, all is not lost. There is still time to learn how to survive an economic depression.

No, you won’t have to panic in buying canned goods and storing rations in your basement. That’s for an entirely different calamity. Besides, panic buying leads to more frivolous spending. Not exactly the way to go during an economic crisis.

I’m talking about smart and savvy ways you can cut costs without selling yourself short. You don’t need to have a degree in economics or finance to understand how to survive an economic depression. Here, you’ll find everyday tips that are easy to grasp.

1) Make A Shopping List.

When shopping for groceries, it is important to make a shopping list. Having a guide will help keep you from buying unnecessary items. For example, do you really need another set of plates? Or do you really need to buy another box of cereals? By sticking to your shopping list, you’ll be more focused on what you really need and not on what’s on the display racks.

Another grocery-buying tip is to NOT shop when hungry. Let’s face it. When you’re hungry, you just want to grab everything off the shelves. Don’t shop when you’re tired either. You might be tempted to “reward” yourself with extra items.

2) Take Care Of Your Debts.

You can no longer leave your debts hanging. Today onwards, you should start paying more attention to your debts. This is one of the most important factors in knowing how to survive an economic depression.

Examine your records and determine which ones you should pay off first. I recommend starting with the smaller ones just so you’d have less people knocking on your door in the future. While it’s difficult to pay everything off at once, you can at least allot a certain percentage of what you earn into paying your debts off.

If what you’re earning right now is hardly enough to get you by, there are other ways to earn extra income. Others have even sold some of their more luxurious items and replaced them with practical options, just to come up with some excess cash.

3) Get Into Gardening.

You might not think this is the best time to start a new hobby, but I disagree. If you want to know how to survive an economic depression, it’s a good idea to learn how to grow your own food.

Even with a small backyard, there’s nothing holding you back from planting a few vegetables. If you garden flourishes, you might even be able to make money out of it.

Learning how to survive an economic depression may require you to make a few small sacrifices. However, if the people back in the 1930’s and 1940’s could do it, I don’t see how we’d fare any worse.

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