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Total Money Magnetism

Total Money Magnetism is developed by Dr. Steve G. Jones who is a clinical Hypnotherapist and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner since 1980s. He was a financially weak person struggling to pay his debts, somehow perceived an unusual guidance from a friend after which he became a self-made multi-millionaire, featured in Forbes magazine, People magazine and a lot of articles and radio interviews, and his clients include Hollywood celebrities, directors, CEOs, executives, and sports athletes. That guidance was 6 step secret method to develop a millionaire's brain which he explains in detail on this online interface. Actually, a poor person's brain is stuck in the same scratch while rich man's brain is well mapped and has the neural strength to always develop money making ideas. So Total Money Magnetism uses scientifically proven methods to effortlessly transform the programming of the brain to remove mental blocks, develop wealth pathways and build connections. This platform offers The Skill of Money Magnetism e-book, a valuable and inspirational audio track by Steve G. Jones himself, The Millionaire Mindset, which is an exclusive interview with many self-made millionaires, Mark Ling's 3 fastest ways to make millions online, and Platinum Millionaire Mind Makers, which are three proven and tested audio tracks to steadily and unconsciously reset your mind to become attractive to wealth. Read more...

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The Manifestation Millionaire

How to achieve success in life and in business is the focal point of everybody since elementary school until reaching the age of 60th. This book the manifestation millionaire present a vast variety of techniques that help the readers to develop their desire to transform into successful business figure and it presents a lot of techniques and methods to support the reader in their journey towards earning a six-figure income. The author of the book Darren Reagan explains how he raised from the bottom of failure to the highest of success using these methods presented in his book. The the manifestation millionaire will teach you the positive thinking and will teach you how the positive thinking is the real working method to use in order to break through your obstacles and be wealthy and successful. Any reader should be well skillful in kicking the negativity from his life just after few chapters and should be able to achieve his goals and become wealthy after applying the techniques and method in the book. I really like the variations in the manifestation techniques because it makes you comfortable choosing the best technique suits you and apply it to become a wealthy person. Read more...

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Making Money with Web Sites

Internet Web sites make money for enterprises by providing useful information to people surfing the Web, by selling products, or by providing specialized services. There are several classes of revenue-generating Web sites Web sites providing information and charging money for access to information services. Many newspapers and some magazines make money in this fashion. The WASHINGTONPOST.COM is one of these sites. If you find an article in their archives, they request that you pay to view it. Many of the standards body sites provide access to their published standards for a fee. The IEEE site is one of these. Web sites providing services over the Internet and charging for those services. The stockbroker Web sites are examples of such sites. They provide stock sale and account services that make money by charging sales commissions on stock transactions. PAYTRUST.COM provides bill-paying services for a fee. These sites and others all seek to make money by building significant traffic so...

Reduced Long Distance Costs

This brings up a related point that will be examined more fully when the regulation of telephony and Internet telephony is considered later in this chapter. Local telephone companies are typically regulated businesses, usually called a monopoly, although the term has very negative connotations and probably should be avoided. Regulated businesses make money by maximizing revenues. In a competitive business environment, such as the current long-distance telephony environment in the United States, businesses make money by minimizing expenses. Telephony rates can reflect either philosophy depending on who is offering the service. Local telephone companies, being mostly regulated (despite the widely touted Telecommunications Act of 1996, or TA96), tend to try to preserve rate levels to prevent revenue erosion. This is a polite way of saying that regulated businesses like to keep rates high so that it is easier to maximize allowed statutory revenues. Long-distance telephone companies, given...

Technical Economic and Social Factors

A robot is just not technically feasible at this time. However, even if a house robot could be made, is it possible for a company to make money manufacturing and selling such robots at a price people can afford This is where the economic feasibility of a new product or service based on a particular technology comes in. No one will make and market something unless they think they can make money doing so. Initial prices can be high, but if they do not fall rapidly enough, the market remains small, and the technology withers. Color televisions, when first introduced in the 1950s in the United States, cost about 1500. This does not sound like much today, but the price of a basic 1957 Ford Fairlane, a popular model at the time, also was 1500. How many families can afford to buy a color television instead of a needed new car Of course, the price of television sets dropped as car prices climbed, and this made the color television a fixture in most homes. A similar issue involves the new...

The Analog Telephone Network

Other forms of telecommunication had existed prior to the telephone, of course. Signal fires, mirrors, and even the telegraph had allowed people separated by greater or lesser distances to communicate. But none of these methods allowed people to just chat away as they pleased. The telephone not only was voice communication, it also was interactive communication in real time, as it happened. Most people are familiar with the basics of the story of how Alexander Graham Bell, a teacher of the deaf in Boston, Massachusetts, and so very familiar with precisely how voice and hearing worked, happened to invent the harmonic telegraph that carried voice over a wire using electricity. Fewer people know that Bell set out to invent a way to multiplex (combine) several telegraph messages at the same time over a single telegraph wire as a way to make money to marry the girl of his dreams, who came from a relatively well-off family. The telephone was just a happy accident, and only Bell's highly...

Predivestiture Universal Service

In the long term, this results in some subscribers subsidizing the service costs of other subscribers. Today, business subscribers pay a higher cost (because they presumably have more money) than residential subscribers. A business phone costs more than a residential phone, it has pay-by-the-minute rates for all calls (local and long distance), and the long-distance rates are higher during business hours than during evening hours.

Understanding Computer Telephony Technologies

Many manufacturers and value-added resellers (VARs) are committed to providing technologies and products to customers for achieving success with automated call-processing applications. These products take advantage of technologies and enable users to store, retrieve, and manipulate computer-based information over a telephone network.

Organizational Culture

form over functionality decision that cost the IT department time and money was the president's decision to have the format of the customer bill changed so that it was more aesthetically pleasing since he viewed this as an important medium of communication from the company to the customer. Since the billing system was a purchased system, the vendor had to be contracted to make the changes. This took 60 days and 200,000. One other example of form over functionality was that the VP for marketing was determined to present the DSL technology model in sales presentations, service product offerings, costing, and billing so as to impress the customers with this new broadband technology utilizing the standard telephone line. Nearly all the billing systems on the market had an underlying model of one line, one device (telephone, fax, PC) based on the old technology, and to make any of the billing systems accommodate the one line, multiple devices model of the DSL technology required either...

LATAs and Access Charges

So all long-distance calls included two local calls. There was a local call on each end, and an IXC call in the middle. The local calls went to the POP on the originator side, and from the POP to the destination in the other LATA. But if the IXC in the middle gained all the revenue from the longdistance call (even though the call was billed by the originating LEC in most cases), how could the LECs at each end be compensated for the use of their lines, trunks, and switches After all, these were in use for the duration of the call and could not be used for local calls or to make money for the LEC in any way.

The Choices Are Leased Lines Fiber or Microwave

Leased lines, fiber, and microwave each have benefits and drawbacks in terms of bandwidth, reliability, price, and delivery. The tendency is usually very application specific. Every case is different in terms of terrain, line of sight, right of way, location of a Bell central office, and so on. A 1 to 5 mile fiber choice can range in cost between 20,000 and several million dollars, depending on the terrain requiring traversal. Similarly, a high-speed leased line can cost 600 a month or 20,000 a month if it crosses Local Access and Transport Area (LATA) or other rate boundaries. No one solution fits all possibilities for connectivity.

Unix Based Access Points

Many vendors have actively supported the development of open source Unix drivers for their cards. After all, vendors make money selling hardware, and it is a good thing for them to sell cards for all client systems, even those that run open source Unix. Access points are a different story, however. Vendors have not been as forthcoming with the interface used to put cards into the access point mode. Access points are quite lucrative, and providing a driver interface in the access point mode in the card could potentially cannibalize access point sales.

IP Telephony Settlements

The clearinghouses will take a cut of each transaction they handle, of course, but this is how they stay in business and attempt to make money. Some IP telephony settlements clearinghouses do even more, but they all offer this basic settlement tracking service.

The abuses of the Internet

Some incriminating evidence about themselves or, even better, redirecting some money from somebody else's bank account into their own. Mr Levin of St Petersburg, for example, rose to fame in 1994 by managing to transfer one million dollars from Citibank to his own account. There are then those who thrive on causing unpleasantness to others. When only the POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) was available they made obscene calls. With the advent of the Internet they have the additional facility of sending obscene pictures as well to some innocent party.

Convergence of the Local Area

By the late 1990s, the market forces that had driven the convergence of data and voice networks had extended their influence into the far reaches of the network. The reasoning is simple If there are savings to be had by mixing traffic types in the carrier networks and over the wide area, then surely there must be something to be gained from doing the same in local networks as well. While there is not the toll-bypass justification, companies spend billions of dollars yearly on their private phone systems, purchasing PBXs or key systems and the special phones required by them and maintaining these units in parallel with LANs which in many cases exactly duplicate phone system deployment. The investment necessary in phone systems is a cost center ripe for elimination or reduction.

The Riskcontrol Framework For Emarketplaces

Acteristics in terms of risks and controls experienced by each industry type. For example, the study found that automotive suppliers experienced the following risks security risks when suppliers' competitors got to view proprietary designs transmitted online standard risks when suppliers purchased expensive and complicated software that was replaced with new systems implementation risks when the software, online exchanges, and other digital initiatives failed to deliver on their promises early-adopter risks when a well-intentioned supplier took the plunge but then became a guinea pig or beta test for the rest of the industry opportunity risks when suppliers spent millions or billions of dollars on software and technology that could have been spent on core competencies such as factory upgrades, wage increases, or other more tangible benefits. Covisint was among the first e-marketplaces to be launched. It had no other models to follow and was restricted by the limitations of the...

Service to a Mobile Wireless and Networked Society

Telecommunication planners have coined the phrases Universal Personal Telecommunications (UPT) and Global Personal Communication Services (Global PCS) to identify communication options free of cords, using available terrestrial radio options augmented by satellites. Numerous logistical and regulatory problems must be resolved to make this vision a reality, but the demand exists. The U.S. government has raised billions of dollars by auctioning off spectrum for use by personal communications service (PCS) networks that will expand the capacity and availability of terrestrial mobile radio options by reducing the size of transmission cells from several miles, as is the case in cellular radio, to several hundred yards.

ATT Long Lines and Separations

As time went on, especially in the economic boom following World War II in the United States, more and more long-distance calls were made. Thus more and more money was available to subsidize local service in the Bell System. As long as the local telephone companies had to use AT&T Long Lines to complete long-distance calls, no one was overly concerned that long-distance revenues were being used to keep the price of local service down.

Philadelphia pennsylvania

The most important fact of Philadelphia's initiative to provide wireless Internet access to its population is that no money will come from city coffers for installation, maintenance, and upgrades of the wireless network. According to a press release from Philadelphia Wireless, (October 3, 2005) Philadelphia Wireless and Earthlink have entered into the final stages of contract negotiations for Earthlink to develop and build the nation's largest municipal Wi-Fi broadband network. According to the press release, the agreement between Earthlink and Philadelphia Wireless specifies that Earthlink will finance, build, and manage the wireless network, and provide revenue-sharing fees to support Wireless Philadelphia. While providing a great service to the population such as free and or low cost wireless Internet access is important, more important is the need to relieve financial stress on the municipality. In today's economic times, everybody is trying to reduce budgets and cut spending....

Administrative Closure

Phases Telecommunications Project

Since a significant percentage (over 50 by most studies) of the overall cost of any product or service occurs after the product development, operations concerns have a very major impact on the corporation providing the product or service, and also on the customers. From the project management point of view there will be many decision points in the product design and implementation at which there will be a 'right' decision from the perspective of the cost of completing the project. This 'right' decision is often not a good direction for the long term the product operating cost may turn out to be much higher than it could have been if the project had taken a direction that cost more money during the project implementation phase. In most cases an operations perspective is needed to identify this pitfall, and to work with the project team to make the best overall decision.

Reasons for establishing projects

Obviously time, cost and scope are completely interlinked. If we start running behind the schedule, there are many ways to get back on track, but most of them involve spending more money than planned, or cutting back on the project scope. We can add resources or ask people to work overtime, but either of these would cost money. We could outsource some of the work, again at a cost. If we start to go over budget, we could drop some of the deliverables, which impacts the scope. If we increase the scope to meet some new customer requests, this will probably increase both the time and the budget. Therefore it is always advisable for the project manager to insist that not all of these three factors be set in the initial project stages. on the amount that can be spent. But, if a crunch does hit, often more money can be found if it is really necessary in order to meet the date. In a research project, the budget might be limited by the level of corporate profit, or the size of a grant, and...

Financial Status

At startup, Broadstreet Communications had 62 million dollars of venture capital from three different venture capital firms and 120 million dollars of financing from Lucent Technologies. The original business plan called for Broadstreet to begin delivering services and realizing revenue after one year of development. But, it took Broadstreet approximately 18 months to become fully operational and during that time it operated on the venture capital and finance funding provided with no revenue from products or services. After 18 months of developing an infrastructure of personnel, sales offices, networks, and information systems Broadstreet began to offer products and services to small and medium sized business customers. This began in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area and then expanded to Baltimore, Maryland Washington, DC Richmond, Virginia and Norfolk, Virginia. Within 7 months of offering services to customers, Broadstreet had approximately 1,400 customers with revenues of slightly...

Real World Delivery

An interesting site is How is their customer service orientation You can immediately point to the problem area to find helpful information. They can make money by referring you to qualified service professionals when repairs are beyond your capability (or desire) to perform. In this case, customer service orientation is linked to real world delivery. Further, there are no busy advertisements that distract you from the information that you need.


Computers have already made a brief appearance in our narrative when talking of digital exchanges and digital signal processing. In the present chapter the emphasis will be on computing. Firstly, I shall try to tell the extraordinary story of a bunch of teenagers who created a multibillion-dollar industry and became billionaires in the process. Then will come the story of a Government anxious to evolve plans for maintaining communications in the wake of a nuclear disaster, and how it led to the unpredicted and unpredictable emergence of the Internet, e-mail, the World Wide Web and the opportunity for everybody to talk to everybody else using that new medium.


Net Profit after Taxes (NPAT) is the bottom line of an income statement . It might also be referred to as NI (net income). Many companies expect the project manager to work with the income statement, although others do not. Many experienced project managers do not understand financial statements, because this is an accounting concept rather than one which is necessarily integral to project management. It is quite possible to use the project costs into financial statements if desired, and using this statement the team can evaluate the profitability of the project. The financial statements that would be used would be an income statement, a balance sheet, and a cash-flow statement.

Integrated circuits

There were only a few comments, all of them critical. For most people it seemed entirely unjustified to abandon the good old ways of producing resistors and capacitors. The frosty reception did not matter. Texas Instruments knew that they were on to something big, the biggest thing since the invention of the transistor. It was simply a question of convincing the biggest potential customer, the Pentagon, that the problem of the 'tyranny of numbers' had been solved. Texas Instruments started lobbying as soon as the first model was built. As may be expected there was initially a lack of interest, each of the services wishing to stick to their own pet projects. The first big breakthrough was a one-million dollar contract from the Air Force for further development. The Air Force liked to claim subsequently how foresighted they had been to give immediate support to integrated circuits. In fact, they hesitated for a good six months and their main reason for support was that their molecular...

Junk mail

Note that these three goals, while they're related, require quite different approaches. When you're evaluating mail servers, you need to pay attention to exactly what sort of protections they offer you many anti-spam features are actually anti-relaying features, designed to prevent outsiders from using your mail server to relay mail to other people. These are useful and important features to have, but they won't be of any immediate use in emptying your mailbox of advertisements for golf balls, pictures of naked people, and completely legal ways to make a million dollars without doing any work.

Your Security Policy

Sometimes a small concession to insecurity can buy a large payoff in morale. For example, rulemakers reel at the idea of guest accounts, but a guest account for a spouse can make a big difference in how people feel about work. And there are sometimes unexpected results. One university computer center was asked why its student employees were allowed to hang around at all hours, even after the labs were closed, doing random activities of dubious value to the computer center it seemed insecure at best. The answer was that several years before, an operator who was typing his girlfriend's term paper in a lab after hours had discovered and responded to a critical emergency. Because he had saved the facility from what seemed likely to be a million dollars worth of uninsured damage (insurance companies have a nasty tendency to consider floods in windowless third-floor computer rooms to be acts of God, and thus uninsurable), the computer facility management figured that all the computer time...

Economical Issues

In established communication systems with an underlying provider infrastructure, the market is designed according to the fixed price model (FPM). A user can get access to the network only if there are free resources controlled by the base station (BS) within a cell. Furthermore, the user has to accept the fixed price for a wide area and quasi-static in time. The user have to pay the same price whether there is high or low demand in the cell. Even if user's preferences and purchase power allow the user to spend more money for using RRGs, the user is not able to influence the allocation. Therefore, the operator misses the chance to increase his monetary gain by adapting the price of RRGs for the users' RRGs evaluation.

Some concepts

Deciding to spend more money to obtain the value. Sometimes projects go off the rails, and in some cases, bringing them back on track would actually cost more than the results are worth. In those cases the company would be better to write off the losses incurred and start fresh with something else. There is no point 'pouring good money after bad'. Instead the PM should base decisions on future costs and impacts.

Internet Operation

About the time the Internet was taking shape, the X.25 network protocol was being developed. One might say that the X.25 protocol is the successor to message switching. It was essentially designed with the Telco model in mind. It was intended to make money by charging for packets, just as the message-switching system was designed to charge for each message. The goal was to provide end-to-end message integrity.

Project Constraints

A constraint is a significant limitation to the alternatives that can be considered by the project manager and the team in providing the solution to the business need. All projects have constraints, and it is important to identify these early, and to make everyone aware of them. Therefore, those that are known should be clearly identified in the Scope Statement. This statement should identify the high-level limits (boundaries) that cannot be crossed by the project team when providing the project's solution. It is important to make a distinction between a constraint and an objective. A constraint is a criteria which must be met. An objective is one that it is desirable to meet. We could look at the project budget, and define an objective. We might say that we are allocating 2.3 million dollars to building a network to support the 200x Olympics. As the project progresses, we might find that despite all the good intentions and efforts of all involved, the cost to provide the network will...

News agencies

Newspapers needed news items to print. Commercial organizations needed information to make money. The idea that both needs could be supplied by an agency took root in the first half of the nineteenth century and burst into blossom with the advent of the telegraph. Bureau Havas was founded in Paris in 1832, Wolff's Bureau in Berlin in 1849 and Reuter's in London in 1851.

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