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The SBC Small Business Newsletter

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December 28, 2002


This issue is going to be very short. I know most of you are celebrating the holidays with your families and have little time for reading ezines. That is as it should be. I hope that all of you are having a wonderful holiday so far and will have the happiest New Year ever!

There are two things I want to recommend you do to prepare yourself for the coming year. They are very simple tasks to complete and will be well worth your time.

First, if you haven't done so already, go to our download page and download the Magic Story. You can find our download page here:

Read it. This short little ebook can honestly change your life. At the very least it will help prepare you mentally for the coming year.

Second, if you weren't one of those who downloaded the Millionaire's story last week, do it now. You can find it here:

This very short, one page ebook contains THE most powerful secret of business success. While everyone else is out there trying the latest fad in marketing and failing miserably, you can put this simple concept to work for you in 2003 and find your breakthrough. If you're already successful, this concept will make you more so. If you're not realizing success, it will help you find your way. Read it and reap the benefits.

You can read both of these stories in under 10 minutes. Please don't pass on this. Put these concepts to work in your life and your business and months from now you'll look back on this and thank me for passing these on to you.


I want to close out this issue and this year by telling you a little about some of the things we're going to be implementing in the coming year. I can't give away all the details, but as loyal subscribers I want you to be the first to know.

1. Understanding that time is tight and that people need information in tightly written, concise, content-filled packages, we are going to launch a new series of newsletters dedicated solely to one topic. There will be marketing tips, business strategy, tax planning and resource tools versions. Each weekly issue will include information on one technique or subject and will be short and to the point. No fluff, no long articles, just the information you need to succeed delivered in short doses. These will not replace this ezine, but will supplement it.

2. We are going to launch a new monthly publication that will be different from anything currently found on the web. Since it will be so different, we can't divulge the details at this time. There will be plenty of copycats, but at least we want them to come after the fact and not beat us to the punch.

3. We are revamping our "Small Business Tax Planning Chronicles" during 2003. Our previous vision of this series proved to be a little too complicated so we are condensing it into more useful and more easily understandable bites of information. We will be including outstanding tax planning templates with each version that will make it easy for you to manage your tax burden and track where you are at any time during the year.

4. We are taking some of our article series and expanding them into full email courses. There are some subjects that are just too complicated to cover in short ezine articles, even when split out into a series of articles. By creating email courses from them, we can expand and elaborate and provide you with something you can print out and put to use more easily. An ebook version of each will also be available for those of you who prefer this format.

5. We're going to be providing some much needed tools for home businesses that will allow more people who are hampered by limited budgets to succeed.

And there's more but we have to keep that a little close to the vest.

We hope you'll stay with us during the coming year and we thank you for being with us during 2002!

Have a very happy New Year and we'll see you again on January 4th!


Cary Christian



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