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Thursday, July 30, 2009


Patrick Henry Hughes was born with no eyes, and a tightening of the joints which left him crippled for life. However, as a child, he was fitted with artificial eyes and placed in a wheelchair. Before his first birthday, he discovered the piano. His mom said, "I could hit any note on the piano, and within one or two tries, he'd get it." By his second birthday, he was playing requests (You Are My Sunshine, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star). His father was ecstatic. "We might not play baseball, but we can play music together."

Today, Patrick is a junior at the University of Louisville. His father attends classes with him and he's made nearly all A's, with the exception of 3 B's. He's also a part of the 214 member marching band. You read it right...the marching band! He's a blind, wheelchair-bound trumpet player; and he and his father do it together. They attend all the band practices and the half-time performance in front of thousands. His father rolls and rotates his son around the field to the cheers of Patrick's fans. In order to attend Patrick's classes and every band practice, his father works the graveyard shift at UPS. Patrick said..."My dad's my hero."

Now, I am trying to wipe the tears from my eyes, as this story sent to me by Mac Anderson has just sent chills up my spine. This fine young man was determined to never give up on his dreams. How many of us have given up on our dreams? How many of us have made excuses about why we can't do a project that may seem difficult or challenging?

We all face adversity in our life. However, it's not the adversity, but how we react to it that will determine the joy and happiness in our life. During tough times, do we spend too much time feeling sorry for ourselves, or can we feel a little thankful for what we do have?

This story really opened my eyes a lot! I tend to feel sorry for myself when things don't always go the way I want, or when things get a little challenging for me. Next time, I will think of Patrick when the going gets tough.

What will you do next time things get a little tough?

Enjoy your weekend everyone,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Tell your prospect that he must "qualify" to join your

You could say this:

"Mr. Prospect. I don't want you to join my
business if it's not for you. So, before you
make a decision, do this. Come to next week's
opportunity meeting and bring two guests. After
the meeting, see how your guests react. See how
you feel about our business. And then, make a

Here is what happens.

1.Your prospect feels relaxed. He doesn't have to make
a decision right away.

2.Your prospect will find it easy to bring two guests.
There is no pressure on the guests. They are just
coming to look.

3.Your prospect doesn't feel that he is trying to make
money off his guests. He doesn't pressure them or
himself during the invitation.

4.Now you have three prospects at the opportunity
meeting instead of one prospect.

5.If your opportunity meeting is good, your prospect is
off to a great start. He'll have two potential
distributors ready to go - and more importantly, your
prospect knows that he can invite guests and build a
business. He just did it!

I have actually done this with my own network marketing business, and it works great! The prospect doesn't feel pressured or sold! Network marketing isn't for everyone. Some like it and some don't....and that is why I like this approach. Tom Schreiter gave me this tip that I just shared with you.

Have a great day!

Ingrid Camacho

Thursday, July 16, 2009


...Is Tom "Big Al" Schreiter. And let me tell You why.

He travels the world doing his little 2 or 3 hour seminars. He
charges maybe $5 to cover the cost of the room. Sometimes it's free.

Why does he do this?

Because he also owns a network marketing company. And
when he goes to Tampa, Florida, he usually has 2 or 3 leaders
in his company who he meets there. He takes them to dinner.
He buys them lunch. He builds a relationship with them. He
shakes their hand.

You will never ever ever ever ever EVER be able to get
money out of Your pocket and pay for anything when You're
around Tom Schreiter. He's buying You lunch, he's buying
You dinner. If 20 people go, he's buying for everybody.

This has NEVER been a numbers game to Tom Schreiter.
He builds these relationships because he knows a little
secret about network marketing.

Sometime in the history of Your company, they'll put the
label on the products crooked. They'll be back-ordered on
something, because people run the business. There are
imperfections. He knows that.

So he builds a relationship with his people so that when the
labels are crooked, or the bonus check is late, or they back-
order the product... he knows that You won't quit. You
won't quit, because You have that relationship with him. He
makes sure of that personally, one on one.

We do it with our coaching calls. The secret of network
marketing is retention, retention, retention, retention.

This is an excerpt from the book Success in 10 Steps, which was
written by Michael Dlouhy and based on his 30 years of
experience in the network marketing industry.

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771


Tuesday, July 14, 2009


To have a chance to build relationships and get that
retention, You must:

1 - Choose a company with consumable products that make a
real difference in the lives of Your people and those they love.
Network marketing is a relationship business, and it's also
a TESTIMONIAL business. For Your people to be
successful with word-of-mouth advertising, they need a strong
testimonial for the products they like.

2 - Offer great value to the end user (And the value YOU offer
includes much more than just Your products), which allows
You to build a very attractive income.

3 - Get to know Your people. Learn what they really want. Help
them formulate their "WHY". Do everything You can to make
them feel so valued and cared for that they'll be forever loyal.
Give them the personal attention, respect & admiration they

If Your people see You as a direct Marketing Genius, You're
lost in space.

If they see You as a special, trusted friend
& confidante, You're on the right track.

Of course, there are DMers who do it right.

Joyce Clyde Hall rose from poverty to create & build
Hallmark Cards. In the early 1950's, he started the Hallmark
Hall of Fame, TV's longest running - And BEST - Dramatic
series. The shows are consistently great.

Even the commercials - now branded in our everyday
language as "Hallmark Moments" - touch Your heart.

Hallmark proves that focusing on quality, loyalty and building
relationships are not just the right thing to do... It's

This is an excerpt from the book Success in 10 Steps, which was
written by Michael Dlouhy and based on his 30 years of
experience in the network marketing industry.

If you would like to read the book please click the link below

When I started focusing on relationships instead of trying to sell or close someone, my homebased business has grown.

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

Sunday, July 12, 2009


"The brick walls are not there to keep us out; the brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something."
~Randy Pausch
Randy Pausch was 47 years old when he died from pancreatic cancer. He was, as the Independent of London put it, "the dying man who taught America how to live." His book, The Last Lecture, is an international best-seller and it offers many wonderful lessons about life.

Randy Pausch's "last lecture" was delivered in September 2007, at Carnegie Mellon University, where he taught computer science. The lecture began with him standing before a screen beaming down chilling CT images of tumors in his liver, under the title...The Elephant in the Room. He then said to a stunned audience, "I have about 6 months to live." He said, "I'm really in good shape, probably better shape than most of you," ... dropping to the floor to do push-ups.

He went on to say, "I'm dying and I'm having fun, and I'm going to keep having fun every day I have left." He talked about his childhood dreams and what they had taught him about life. He said, "If you live your life the right way, the karma will take care of itself...your dreams will come to you." Randy Pausch really was a dying man who has taught America how to live. He died on July 25, 2008, but his wisdom, his passion, and his attitude are lasting sources of inspiration for all of us.

The lesson that I have learned from Randy is.... to have fun doing what you love to do. If you aren't having fun then why are you doing it? We all have that one thing we are really good at, and love to do....so go and put your special talents to use here on earth. There is no tomorrow....only today. Randy knew his Why......Why are you here on earth?

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

Thursday, July 9, 2009



A big reason for the effectiveness of "Success In 10 Steps" is THAT word. The eb00k answers the questions of frustrated netw0rk mar*keters - who REALLY want their questions answered. It's eating away at them, why they just haven't made it big. They are so darned - frustrated!

I recommend you use that word in your advertising for "Success In 10 Steps." Use it when you talk to your leades. Pound, pound, pound on "frustrated." That word is worth its weight in gold.
Things change over time. It may not always be this way. But it definitely is true now. M-L-Mers are frustrated, and they want answers now. Use that knowledge when you advertise to them and when you talk with them.

To build your own big income in M-L-M, the people you sponsor will need a constant stream of hot pr0spects. I can help you do that for them, and for yourself. For details, click here


To Your Success,
Ingrid Camacho

Monday, July 6, 2009


People haven’t changed even the least little bit.

They still want love. They want passion in their personal lives and their professional lives. They want self-satisfaction & health, security & achievement, freedom & trust, fun & financial independence.

People have wanted these same things for a thousand years, and they’ll still want them a thousand years from now.

The mistakes I see people make in this business astonish me … the wrong directions they take and the worthless busywork they do.

If you want happiness and fortune & fulfillment in your life, if you want a lifetime of luck, you need to create relationships with people. To do that, you need to study people and understand them. If you will only do that, the opportunities you’ll be presented with are endless.

And yet I see so many who want those things … but they study the mold
scraped from under the rock by the monk in the white lab coat at midnight on the 7th night after the full moon.

Hey! You definitely need a remarkable product in this business.

But your product is NOT the magic.

The magic is YOU.
Since I have taken this advice to heart, and started forming relationships with people ,I have made friendships that will last a lifetime. MLM really is about people....not products or companies.
I have built relationships with people who are in other companies, as well as people in my own company, and I can tell you that it is fun to just be friends, and not worry about what company a person is with. I cherish the friendships that I have built.

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

Thursday, July 2, 2009


Network marketing is hard and takes a lot of work. Some people sign up to do network marketing and think that they do not have to do any kind of learning or growing, and that magically all this money is going to be coming in quickly. Some people have even told me, "Well it has been six months, and I am not making very much money," or" I've been doing this a whole year and don't have anything to show for it."

Here is my response to anyone who may have a similar situation as the two people above have. You must have a burning desire, and I mean one that keeps you going when the going gets tough....and it does get tough, especially when building a network marketing business.

The second thing I would say is that, you must believe without a doubt that you will possess the money you desire.

I told these two people that we can all program our minds for whatever riches we truely desire by doing the six simple steps. 1) Writing down the exact amount of money you desire. 2) Determine what you will give in return because there is no such thing as something for nothing. 3) Set an exact date when you want to recieve such riches. 4) Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire. ( I have found that this step is the one that some people have the hardest time with). 5) Write out a clear, concise statement of the money you intend to acquire with the name and time limit for its acqusition, and state what you intend to give in return for the money, and describe clearly the plan through which you intend to accumulate it. Read this statement aloud, twice daily, once before going to bed, and once in the morning after waking up. As you read....see, feel and believe yourself already in possession of the money.

This not only works for acquiring riches, but it can be used to attain any goal that one may have.

These steps are very simple to do, and they are also simple not to do. Yes, acquiring riches does take some work, and if I chose not to do these six steps, then I have only myself to blame for not aquiring the riches that I desire.

I challenge you to do these six steps for acquiring riches.

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771