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Registration date : 2005-12-13

PostSubject: How Do You Measure Success?   Wed 10 Jan à 15:41

We all desire to be successful. That ranks high on many New Year’s resolutions. For many, success is measured by the attainment of wealth. Most however, do not attain to that level of success. Others may, but it will take them a long time. Does this mean that in the meantime they are a failure?

How do YOU measure success? Are you not a success if you are working for someone else and do not yet have your own business? It would seem from the foregoing that success is relative. Much depends on how you look at it.

On January 15, 16 and 17, CSS Company will be conducting a series of teleclasses under the banner: "A New Year -- A New You". This is a series of three teleseminars that addresses issues that seems to affect most people: Weight loss, time management and organizational skills.

This series is a significant tool in your making your New Year's resolutions. It is being offered at a one time only special price. You will find details here. Last day to RSVP is Friday, January 12, 2007. You will receive the telephone number and access code when you register. I hope you can join me on the call. RSVP today at http://csscompany.com/nyny.htm

Here's to a successful 2007!
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