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Sunday, April 26, 2009


Well here we go again, baby boomers are still dominating the economy. When they were babies, Gerber Baby Food did well. As they grew, blue jeans and Ford mustangs sold like hot cakes. Then of course, they got married and needed homes and so the real estate market boomed.

Let's fast-forward. What do these 78 million baby boomers want and need today? Did you know that every 8 seconds a baby boomer turns 60? They don't want to grow old; they want to stay young, feel good, and have enough money to be able to retire without worries. This is creating a huge growth in health and wellness, youth, energy and fitness trends.

But on top of these huge baby boomer driven trends, everybody knows that the economy, job losses, home foreclosures, etc. are causing more and more people to realize that jobs are no longer secure. So millions of people who never would have even considered this before, are looking into a Plan B - having a business of their own - and creating their Own economy to survive these changing times. The latest figure is 155,000 people a week are starting a home based business. Wow that's a ton of people!! Must be the thing to do!

All these trends are coming together, at the very same time, creating an opportunity unlike anything we've ever experienced in history!

If you position yourself in front of these large and expanding trends, you could see staggering results!

So, you turn on your computer and start researching . . .

But there's a ton of opportunities begging for your attention on the Internet Ask yourself this 1. How can I recognize a legitimate business and avoid being scammed? 2. Do I need to have multiples streams of income or join an affiliate program. 3. Would it be best if I just focused my attention on one business. 4. The next thing on my mind is how am I going to get paid? Some compensation plans can be complicated, confusing to understand, the policies and procedures are so long and written in legalese. 5. I will want to look for something that will be around to pay my grandchildren. 6. Will there be training and support when I need it, or will I be left with empty promises. 7 How will I know how to effectively evaluate a company, and get truthful answers I am seeking?

If you are looking for help sifting through the tons of opportunities on the internet....we at Mentoring For Free are here to help you get the answers you are seeking. Please feel free to download your free copy of Success in 10 Steps and start researching today....You will save yourself years of failure and frustration!

I did it...and you can too!

Your friend in home based business,

Ingrid Camacho

Saturday, April 18, 2009


Are you walking past the next millionare that could be in your network marketing business? This week I learned a valuable lesson that will stick with me for the rest of my life. Never judge a person by the way they look. I watched the video of Susan Boyle on the Britains Got Talent. This 47 year old lady who is unemployeed and lives alone with her cat, was all decked out in that mother-of-the-bride dress and matching open-toed pumps. Simon Cowell, asks her what her dream was, and she answerd to be a professional singer, and as successful as Elaine Page -- a statement that caught camera close-ups of the judges' amused in disbelief and the audieance snickering and some were even rolling their eyes. It was evident that everyone thought, Elaine Paige!?
Cheerfully, she announced that she is going to sing, "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables. As she started to sing, I noticed the audiences faces all lit up, and the judges' jaws drop as she sang confidently and upliftingly.
Just as the audience had prejudged Susan Boyle as she walked on stage, we tend to judge others around us too. I know I have....how about you?? You never know who could wind up in your network marketing business either, but if we don't take the time to call our clients and we just asume they aren't interested because of where they live, what they wear, or how they speak....then we could walking past the next millionare in network marketing.

Your friend,
Ingrid Camacho

Friday, April 10, 2009


Do you know how to build a big group of people in your network marketing business? You must have a Duplicatable Proven System in place so that everyone you sponsor into your business can duplicate the same things you do. You build the leaders from within your team, and then will duplicate what you do. It's a team effort, and nobody can do it by themselves.
Here are some things that you can choose to do on a consistant basis...or you can choose not to.... the choice is totally up to you. Here are some suggestions that may help you. 1. committ to learning a new skill 2 read a new book 3. listen to a CD or audio tape that will help YOU to become that person that people will want to follow. 4. Learning how to advertise and brand yourself both on and off the internet will be helpful also.
Please remember this process is going to take time.You must develop yourself first, and then develop leaders within your team. It doesn’t happen overnight. Having your team doing these things on a consistant basis will produce the results over time......yes I said over time.....not overnight!
It is also like the slight edge by Jeff Olson. The little things done everyday will produce the end results you are looking for. You MUST have that Duplicatable System in place for everything else to work together. If you need help, my team and I will be happy to help you find a Proven Duplicatable System that is easy to follow.

I believe in you,

Ingrid Camacho

Thursday, April 2, 2009


This week I had a minor setback thinking about the fear of poverty once again. My husband took me shoe shopping at the local shoe store,and as he was paying for the shoes, I said "well I have my one pair of shoes for this year", and my husband kindly reminded me that we are not living in fear of poverty anymore. He said"No Ingrid, this year you will have at least 20 pairs of shoes in your closet". He said
fear of poverty is a state of mind, and reminded me once again that we no longer live in that state of mind.

For many years I have lived with the fear of poverty in my mind. I would think of only owning one good pair of sneekers, and that is exactly what has happend for the last 17 years. Every Oct. I go shoe shopping and get one pair of shoes,and that pair has to last a whole year. I let my fears into my mind, and the very thing that I feared came true. I did not understand what was happening until I read Hills book Think and Grow Rich. Some other fears that I had were...homelessness, no electricity, running out of food before pay day,my husband loosing his job, my kids getting sick. All these fears came true bacause I put them into my mind and spoke them into existance.

Today, I have learned to think about what I put into my mind, and to watch what I say. The day I went shoe shopping was the day I didn't say my self talk. From now on I will say my self talk each and every day. The self talk really matters.

Ingrid Camacho