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    That is fantastic... I love the action behind the idea... Yu have done an amazing job.. Ok, I would like to interview you.. Your post has just helped me with something I have been struggling with..

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    Congrats, Traci!

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    Thanks everyone.

    Andrea - catch me at NAMS.

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    Traci, Thanks for sharing your story. You are an inspiration to everyone.Just wanted to thank you for the information and help you share here in this forum.
    Gail

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    Hi Traci

    I love this post, I have come back and read it 3x today and have been working my butt off trying to achieve a viable business. I have done the flipping around for a couple of years and have now finally decided what I want to do online, and its time to just go get it done. My kids are grown and are on their own, so it is just my husband and myself. I want to provide the income so he can retire from his job of 33years and spend time with his family and grandchildren, and just do some of those things you never have time for. Even if it is just pottering around the garden and yard, we have a huge yard by the way.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Traci
    You are absolutely right. When my husband said to me "you need to go get a job" a couple years ago that's what kicked my butt into gear. That's when a single plan emerged and plan moved to action. Needless to say I never did go find that "job", I'm making a full time income from home where I can raise my daughter ~ which was the plan all along. I just needed to the kick in the pants to stop playing around and start taking disciplined action.

    Great post ~ and GREAT job!!

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    Is it just my imagination, or do we have quite a number of women around here who have good, decent, supportive husband's who actually help and encourage us to live our dreams? I know I do, and I'm hearing a bit of that in several of the replies on this thread.

    (I'm sure one of the guy's around here will pop in to say how great his wife is, and I'm sure that's true. Women usually are. It's when husband's are great that I get a little surprised. Now, where's that giggle or winking smiley face when I need it?)

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    Jeanette, You have that giggle and I do have a supportive husband but with that support I have also heard "Show Me The Money" and I can't yet and by the way I am trying to think of something you may find useful from me cause I like beer. See you at NAMS
    Gail

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    My husband is a true gem. I'm very blessed. I'm going to NAMS and leaving him home with the three children (whom we homeschool), the six dogs, two cats and him managing my business while I'm gone.

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    Use it or lose it - Thanks for the wakeup Traci. p.s. my supporive wife loves my marketing intrests and encourages me to live my dream.

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