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My family got introduced to Score A in late 2008. Unfortunately I lost a few months before fully appreciating the powerful and useful tool that Score A was.

This year, I have focussed only on my son. My daughter, Nana who is in Form 2 now shall be sitting for her PMR in 2010. And Ain would be sitting for her UPSR in 2011. I have agreed with Nana that “her turn” will come from the beginning of the 2009 school holidays onwards.

My son has completed the eTopics for Form 3, a little ahead of the progress in school. On the 21 May 09, he started on the eAssessments for Form 3. He shall be doing at least 4 subjects a day, with all 6 subjects per day during the school holidays starting from 30th May – 14 June 09. Then it is back to 4 subjects a day until the end of June 09.

My son will be allowed to make references to any of his revision books whilst he is doing these eAssessments.

From the 1st July – 30th September 09, my son will be working on the PMR past year questions from 1993 – 2008, a total of 16 years, or about 5 years of questions per month. My son and I are not sure how the timing of this would be, but if there are gaps, he can look at doing further eAssessments or eTrial Exams.

Come 6th October 09, Insya’Allah, my son should be as prepared as we can be. After that it shall be in the good hands of the All Mighty.

Parents who are interested in applying this revolutionary, in line with the current trends educational help system can contact me at more.income28@gmail.com. or call me at 012 611 0285. Let’s do our best to give our children a better life than we had.

Thank you for reading this post.

Anwar

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Some plans are easily understood….

The compensation plan of a MLM company is a key factor considered by potential signups. It is assumed and agreed that it would be rarely that a plan is fully understood by a prospect. However, there must be at least a basic understanding of the plan and its reward structure.

At the two ends of the mind boggling variety of plans would be those that:

a)    Reward the distributor very richly, paying huge commissions on the sales of products whose value may not be that easily determinable, and at the other end

b)    Reward the distributor reasonably, and a product that provides clear value to the end user

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Others may be a little or lot more complicated.

Plans of the (a) type motivate the distributors to push the products hard. Often to their near and dear. My personal feeling is that rarely would this last. I am convinced that no sustainable business can be built up using a plan like this.

The Plan (b) approach is what I think has business sense. No business can go on for long without providing value. And if value is provided, there should be sufficient repeat sales to keep the business flourishing.

Score A and the compensation plan falls into the (b) category. I can see, and can explain the value that is being provided to a potential distributor very easily.

The compensation plan is one thing that all potential distributors should look at carefully before making any decision to join any MLM opportunity. Yes, it may seem a little intimidating, but if the basics cannot be explained and understood, then you’ll have a good idea on how it would be difficult for you to spread on the message!

I welcome those of you who are interested, to join me in an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source.

 It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows our children to score in their exams!!! And for us to score RM!!!

 Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you. Or call me at 012 611 0285.

Thank you for reading this post.

All the best in your journey of success!

Anwar

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Drilling a hole in a brick wall. Source: Google

This is a powerful statement. Read it again to let the message sink in deep. It is a message that should never be overlooked in the professional world of marketing and sales.

And the same principle applies for MLMers.

Since a vast majority of us, MLMers are amateurs in the world of marketing, this principle is often overlooked.

Essentially the lesson is that we should pause and listen to find out exactly what the prospect wants and then fill that need. Not to rush in and offer our pitch of the so called greatest product and the greatest marketing plan in the world that we are marketing.

And if we can’t sensibly fill that need, we should move on. That is the bottom line.

Let’s get back to the example of the drill.

Probably the customer walked into the hardware shop and asked about drills. The skilled salesman would be asking him what his intended uses for the drill would be. Is it to drill wood or metal? Same sized holes or different sized holes? Many holes, how deep? Are the intended holes in the outback where there may be no electrical power or would it be in the house?

With the answers gathered from this line of questioning, not only would the salesman be able to recommend the most suitable drill, but would most probably be able to suggest other complementary products, like safety glasses, wood fillers etc.

How does this apply to us, MLMers?

Yes, it is true that very many of us want to make more money.

Yes, it is true that very many of us want to look and feel better.

Yes, it is true that very many of us want our children to do better in school.

Yes, it is true that very many of us want to have more time to ourselves and our family.

Still, a little time and care taken to talk with the prospect and understand his immediate and most pressing needs better would allow us to make our pitch in the correct direction of the prospect’s most receptive part of his or her mind.

I welcome those of you who are interested, to join me in an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source.

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows our children to score in their exams!!! And for us to score RM!!!

Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you. Or call me at 012 611 0285.

Thank you for reading this post.

Best regards

Anwar

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In 1999, the Smart School Flagship Application was introduced as part of the MSC Blueprint. In order to realign our country’s education system and to make our students lifelong, self-paced and self-directed learners, the Malaysian Smart Schools were introduced. 88 schools were selected to form a nucleus.

The pilot project test-bedded the Smart School Integrated Solution, which comprised the following components:

-Browser-based teaching-learning materials (and related print materials) for Bahasa Melayu, English language, Science and Mathematics;

-Computerised Smart School Management system;

-Smart School technology infrastructure involving the use of IT and non-IT equipment, Local Area Networks for the pilot schools, and a virtual private network that connects the pilot schools; and

-Support services in the form of a centralised Help Desk, and country-wide service centres to provide maintenance and support.

The project ended in December 2002, with the 88 networked schools throughout the country, 1494 courseware titles for Bahasa Melayu, English language, Science, Mathematics, a computerised and integrated Smart School Management System, a Help Desk, and a Data Centre, and trained administrators, teachers and IT coordinators from all the pilot schools.

By 2010, the project is to be extended to all 9000 schools in the country under the Smart School Integrated Solution (SSIS).

Almost everyone will agree that this is an ambitious plan. And most probably this plan might see some hiccups and delays.

However the die has been cast. The whole world is moving towards ICT and for us not to prepare our children for this world would send our country to the dark ages.

Coming back to the practice of preparing our children for life, how many parents are aware of these changes taking place in our school system? And how many are taking proactive steps to prepare their children.

“The SMART School concept calls for browser-based teaching-learning materials (and related print materials) for Bahasa Melayu, English language, Science and Mathematics. No more books. Everything is online. The reference materials, the questions, the answers, the markings and the gradings. “

Well, SCORE A is well ahead of the pack. This is exactly what it provides. A word by word compliance with the definition of the SMART School.

SCORE A provides an excellent opportunity for parents to give their children a head start. Not only in the school exam system, but also in life!

Parents who are interested in applying this revolutionary, in line with the current trends educational help system can contact me at more.income28@gmail.com. or call me at 012 611 0285. Let’s do our best to give our children a better life than we had.

Thank you for reading this post.

Anwar

When I was sitting for my accountancy exams many years ago, the one thing that made all the difference was our group study. Five of us got together and answered as many of the past year questions as we could. We had the problem of not knowing what the correct answers were. So we would answer the questions the best we could and compare answers. Somehow within our group there would be someone who knew what the others did not. So the group gained on the whole.

 

For our children sitting for their UPSR or PMR, this is also the logical thing to do.

 

Get them to answer as many past year questions as possible.

 

For us as parents, the following issues comes up.

 

         Where do we get the questions?

 

         How do we check them to see if our children have answered them correctly?

 

         How do we know if they have answered them within the time allotted?

 

         How do we track their progress?

 

The online Score A portal resolves all these easily.

 

They have in their databank, past year questions for PMR and UPSR from 1993 to 2008.

 

All our child has to do is to:

 

         select PMR or UPSR as the case may be,

 

         select the year, and

 

         select the subject.

 

The questions pop up on the screen with a timer.

 

As the child answers them, the timer runs and once the allotted time is up, our child has to stop.

 Score A exam paper

Screen Shot of the exam paper.

The results are instantly marked and tallied. We can keep track of this online from anywhere in the world where there is an internet connection.

 

I think this is a paradigm shift in the manner of assisting students study.

 

The Sekolah Menengah Ulu Selangor has been implementing this system to help polish their students since 2003. And we should NOT be surprised that this school is a perpetual top scorer!

 

I have been using Score A with my children since November 08. It has only been about 4 months now, but I am already feeling the difference.

 

Insya’Allah, my son, with his hard work and practice and by Allah SWT’s Grace should do well in his PMR later this year.

 

Parents who are interested in using this revolutionary, in line with the current trends educational help system can contact me at more.income28@gmail.com. Let’s do our best to give our children a better life than we had.

 

Thank you for reading this post.

 

Anwar

 

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Many of us have dreams of starting our own businesses. For every 100 people who dream about this perhaps 5 or 10 do anything. Of this 5 or 10, an even smaller percentage may succeed.

 

(I have written earlier about the 4 main reasons stopping people from starting their own businesses.)

  

One key fact is that our mindset can accept that there will be a time lag before our business starts making money. Our customers have to be aware of the business. Our sales volume has to grow. We have to invest the time, energy and hard work to make all this happen.

 

Then why are instant results expected in MLM or Network Marketing?

 

Part of this may be due to the hard sell tactics adopted by many MLM participants. They make terrific promises about instant riches. In fact, some even promise that the riches would come without doing any work.

 

As sane adults, we should be able to filter out the unbelievable and the incredible.

 

We should be able to ask ourselves –

 

What does a business need to survive and thrive?

 

– First and foremost there has to be a product or a service that provides value to our customers. Without this, the business will just die off. Tell me, do you think anyone can sell B&W TV sets these days and make a decent living?

 

– Our business must be located in a place where there is a market. For example, we cannot really hope that a refrigerator company setting up shop in Greenland would prosper. Online businesses, too, need this. The web sites have to be publicised so that the customers become aware.

 

– Hard work, patience, commitment, and  dedication.This is compulsory.

 

The resources to make the business get over its start up phase.

 

The MLM model solve most of the fears associated with people who want to start a business.

 

What it cannot solve is the unrealistic expectations that people put upon themselves when they start. Yes, there are examples of people who enter into MLM and immediately become a success. But we also have to look at the background of such people. Many of them might have been MLM’ers for years before that.

 

My advice to those of us who are looking to earn additional income. MLM is a great way to achieve that. Study the opportunity well and see if the product or service meets a current pressing need. And use your own skills to confirm if there is a market. And if the pricing is acceptable.

 

But make no mistake about the hard work needed!

 

Be prepared to work hard. Have patience. Know the product well. Know the compensation plan well. Get yourself educated and informed on marketing.

 

There is no substitute for this.

 

And sure as the sun rises in the east, you will see and taste success!

 

I welcome those of you who are interested, to join me in an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source.

 

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows our children to score in their exams!!! And for us to score RM!!!

 

Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

 

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thank you for reading this post.

 

Best regards

  

Anwar

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This may be considered as one of the facts of life.

Yes, it is true that sometimes you may be lucky enough not to have to start at the bottom. For example, if you are the son or daughter of Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong, or Bill Gates. But the exceptions are few and far in between.

So why is that the fact that MLM calls for one to start at the bottom be a negative point? A point that is often raised as an objection when considering a MLM opportunity.

I read an interesting article from the Net on this topic. I present some of the salient points discussed.

When you can see and understand that many famous, successful people like these usually start off in places worse than we’re at. It think they brings our goals a little closer and makes them more tangible…

• Dan Akroyd was a mail sorter for Canada’s national postal service.

• Jennifer Aniston was both a telemarketer and waitress before hitting it big.

• Halle Berry worked at Higbee’s Department store in the children’s department.

• Sandra Bullock worked as a bartender.

• Before his big break, country singer Kenny Chesney worked as a valet attendant, telemarketer and mail sorter.

• Chubby Checker plucked chickens at a poultry market named Henry Colt’s.

• Before Nirvana, the late Kurt Cobain worked as a janitor for Lemons Janitorial Service.

• Diddy was an intern at Uptown Records where he did grunt work like washing cars & fetching coffee.

• Bill Cosby shined shoes and sold produce when he was young.

• Simon Cowell started out as a mail room clerk for EMI Music Publishing where his father worked.

• Michael Dell washed dishes at a Chinese restaurant for $2.30 per hour.

• Danny DeVito was a formally trained hair stylist before his break on Taxi.

• Michael Douglas once worked as a gas station attendant.

• Tom Hanks once worked as a hotel bellman and carried bags for a number of celebs.

Sometimes it can be easy to forget that everyone starts at the bottom…

In pyramid schemes the people who come in at the bottom of the pyramid work to enrich the people above them. If they are lucky, they may make it to their turn at the top where they in turn get rewarded by those new turkeys coming in. Eventually the whole thing crashes taking down those left standing.

This is not the case in any genuine MLM business. There is ample opportunity for each and every one of us to make more money than those who joined earlier than us and are higher in the hierarchy.

So the next time anyone tells you of their concern about coming in at the bottom, remind them of this fact of life.

In the meantime, I welcome those of you who are interested, to join me in this business. It’s an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source.

 

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score in their exams!!!

 

Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

 

 

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thank you for reading this post.

 

Best regards

 

 

Anwar

 


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