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Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #105 on: April 29, 2010, 06:24:22 PM »
Hi Jonathan,

One word short and sweet reply to your question is "yes", I too struggle to support my family, but let me not talk about that but rather about...

If I happen to be the blessed one than what... even if not than what...

If I am chosen... I won't be able to stop myself from doing the following... try as I may I won't be able to restrain myself...

  • I won't be able to stop myself from shouting out loud and sharing to the world what I just got and the blessing in disguise, because it would be nothing short of a life changing experience for me and my family.
  • I won't be able to stop my family from joining me in expressing heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Jonathan for this selfless gesture.
  • I won't be able to stop myself from ensuring, at least to the best of my ability, that this goes down in the history of Internet Marketing world about how a life was changed and a family was touched due to the selfless kind gesture of a successful individual - JL.
  • I won't be able to stop myself from spreading the words both offline and online... by word of mouth, phones, mobile phones, fax ;)... and by way of tweets, forums, social media, blogging, my websites, emails & any other media which might be introduced in the future.
  • I won't be able to stop myself from passing on the good deed, after such an experience... in helping others in whatever little way I can... to the best of my ability... the extend of which will only increase as and when I am more successful in the future.
  • I won't be able to stop myself from returning the favor... i.e., hopefully if I am able to  :)... at least this much I can do for now... promote with full dedication all the products of Jonathan with confidence as the quality and service will be delivered.

After such a life changing and wonderful experience... how will I be able to stop myself from... the above!?

NOT POSSIBLE... for me at least.

Well, this is not saying all these just for the sake of saying something. My dream and goal has always been to strive for betterment and success, and help others, help society, the needy. If I get chosen here... it would definitely be a couple of steps nearer towards that goal.

Now if someone else deserving gets it I will still be happy because 'helping others' is included in my goal too.

But all said and done... I do mean it when I said all the above and this is not hype, that I won't be able to stop myself from... all the above...

Cheers...
John
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Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #106 on: April 29, 2010, 07:47:41 PM »
This is going to be a very, very difficult decision.  I've read every single one of your stories, and my heart goes out to all of you.

I hope to find a way to help many more of you be able to help yourselves in the near future.

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« Reply #107 on: April 29, 2010, 09:59:07 PM »
The King in the legends I used to read promised the greatest reward,
the princess' hand in marriage to the suitor who could claim
victory in three extraordinary challenges, one of them being slaying
a terrible dragon ... although you're not mandating any heroic exploits
you might expect that the winner be worthy...

Not merely like someone who wins with a lottery ticket... many winners
carelessly squander their lotery winnings ...

Not someone who can't see the opportunity to develop the stake you're
offering into a business with plans for growth ...

As an older widow working steadily with her handicapped son to grow
an internet income I know I would work to develop that stake into some
streams of income; I am often limited by time or money in how much I can
accomplish,and I could make much better progress if I could afford to
outsource some of the work

As you say Jon, there are so many people hurting at this time and I appreciate
your generous thought in doing this.

I look forward to promoting your report, one way or another!

CLICKBANK: CIVILE   PDC: PROFITS4YOU

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #108 on: April 29, 2010, 11:33:26 PM »
Hi Jonathan

Kenneth Clark here. My story is not a lot different from any of the other people. Just a different name, different town.

I am retired and just 6 months shy of 70 years old. I work part time to supplement my social security check. That is part of my problem. I am tired of working for someone else.

I want to start my own home based business. I have taken a couple of shots at it without much success. But I refuse to give up. I know that I can do this.

Affiliate marketing is my passion. So since defeat is not in my vocabulary in this matter, I have started on another project.

Since there is a problem with money, I will have to depend on Free traffic to my web site for now. The BestSpinner is a god send for me. Now I am geting fantastic articles at very little cost. This will be a great boost to my success.

This bring me to my other problem. Because of my past failures, I do not get any support from my wife. She think that L am wasting my time and our money by persuing this. She think it's all a rip off.

I am sure you agree that support from your mate is very important. It make the failures more bearable and the successes worth all the work.

That is why I need this. If she could see money in my hand that was made with a homebased business, she would see that this is possible. It's not a rip off.

This could be a life changing event for the both of us. With her support there is no roadblock. I will be successful. This is going to happen with or without her support. It will just take a little longer.

Oh! We could really use the money right now.

Thanks for reading this.

Yours in success.

K. Clark

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #109 on: April 30, 2010, 02:03:06 AM »
G'Day Jonathan,

Great, generous idea Jonathan to help someone in need in such a positive way. Here's why I would need your helping hand very much.



Thirty minutes changed my life!

Thanks to the credit crisis, I was in the process of losing everything, and I mean EVERYTHING that I had worked all my life for, approximately US$1.5 million. I had some clothes left and a few personal belongings, no income, just a few dollars in the bank.

At this depressing time I received a surprise phone call.  "Do you remember a Lotte from Austria?"  It was from the love of my life whom I had lost touch with for 45 years, She was on the last day of a tour of Western Australia and found my name in the phone book. We were able to arrange a meeting for just 30 minutes in a car park!  I immediately knew that I had to move to Austria to be with her and 5 months later I arrived.

That was almost 2 years ago. To say that it has been difficult is an understatement. I am learning German (hard) as well as the local dialect (harder) and have also been trying desperately, so far without success, to learn how to earn an income from internet marketing (hardest).

At 70 years young, I would still love to be able to contribute to my life here and not have to depend on the generosity of my partner on a single person's pension. I am not complaining, because I am lucky that I do have non financial compensations living here.

Will 30 minutes change my life again on Friday?
 
Whatever your decision Jonathan, thank you for the opportunity to be part of your inspiring initiative.

HarveydC

My id's for ClickBank and PayDotCom.com are both duckros   


« Last Edit: April 30, 2010, 02:45:29 AM by harveydC »

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Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #110 on: April 30, 2010, 04:40:06 AM »
Jonathan
Thanks for your gracious offer.

My situation is no different to many of the other worthy recipients of your generous offer. I have my own financial worries and could always do with some extra cash to pay off the bills. For me, this is not just about paying the bills, it's about believing that there are still good, successful Internet Marketers out there who are prepared to give out a  small part of themselves to many of us who are still struggling to make our first dollar online. This is about giving hope, and belief that you can be successful and yet be generous.

If I am chosen as a worthy recipient of your generous offer, I shall follow your example and contribute back to the Internet Marketing community as you have shown us. My ClickBank and PayDotcom IDs are:

ClickBank: adserv10
PayDotCom: adserv10

Regards
Jit Lim

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #111 on: April 30, 2010, 04:48:59 AM »
Hi Jonathan

"You are a breath of fresh air in the Internet Marketing world" is what I stated a few years ago.
I have had no reason to change my mind.

Thank you for your generous offer.

I became ill some years ago and have not worked a J.O.B. since. Combination of ill health and age I guess.
In this time all my 'savings' have been used to keep my family 'watered and fed'
At this stage(now) and after some difficult family problems I have peace of mind. This is priceless as you can imagine.

This was a process of just being grateful for everything in my life.
Do I need some cash? Well it would definitely come in useful and help in my old age (soon).
If you choose someone else to give your gift to - that is ok, remember, I have POM.

Keep up the good work with your new innovations.

Best regards

Jim

CB and PDC = writeon1

« Last Edit: April 30, 2010, 07:41:26 AM by superjimbo »

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #112 on: April 30, 2010, 07:07:39 AM »
Hi,

Why you would pick me, If I'm ever be successful as you, I would do the same thing as you're doing right now, Helping people who are struggling to make it online.

Clickbank; davwab
Paydotcom; davewab
 

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #113 on: April 30, 2010, 08:24:29 AM »
Jonathan,

I wouldn't want to be making the decision you're making now. It would be hard, since so many are having difficulties with the economy at this time.

This may be too late since it is Friday, April 30th, but for some reason your email got sent to my spam folder and I just found it today. I've been receiving emails from you for a long time, so not sure why it happened.

A few years ago my youngest daughter was in a near-fatal car accident. She's a  living, walking miracle now. But when the accident happened, she was in the hospital for a long time, broken in many places from the neck down and lost her left hand. My father had passed away and had left me a small inheritance, so I was able to help keep the household running, her children's needs taken care of and take care of her for the years it took for her to recover.

My original intention for my inheritance was buying a small place and starting an internet business. My health hadn't been good for several years and I couldn't work at a regular job. I am just now 58 and really want to take care of myself. And with my youngest daughter no longer needing my help, my health is returning to where it was before her accident. I now live with my oldest daughter and am helping her get an online store going.  I am also working on what direction to take my online business in.

Having a helping hand could help me get back on my feet, maybe get a place of my own again and get my internet business up and running. I do have a background in computers, but with the health problems I had, I couldn't keep up with the fast-changing pace or work a 9 to 5.

There are others who need help as well. I can see that from their posts. I do not want anyone to feel sorry for me. I would not change anything I have done, because my daughter now walks and drives and takes care of her own household with just a little help. She will always be disabled and in pain, but she does more with one hand than most of us can with two.

Thank you for what you are doing and whoever gets your assistance in this will be truly blessed.

Debbie Claxon
clickbank: dclaxon
paydotcom: dclaxon

Re: Are you hard up for money? I'll help you. Read this now!
« Reply #114 on: April 30, 2010, 08:37:46 AM »
My particular story that culminates with my needing financial help is pretty much like everyone else’s.  Some wrong decisions made at the wrong time, have made me… well, very broke to put it simply!

However, I wish I could justify being needier than all the previous (and future) posts here, but it’s not up to me to judge that.

Oh, it’s not because I don’t have a legitimate need.  

I am countless thousands of dollars in debt and struggling just to pay the rent – never mind paying for anything else!  Unless things change drastically next month, I won’t be able to attend my daughter’s June graduation from university (in Scotland – which is quite far from where I am… and thank goodness for student loans!), or worse yet, be able to buy her a nice present for her 21st birthday next month!  

Really, I don’t want to compete to win a trophy on who’s more broke or in a worse business situation – it’s all “part of the process”, as I always say.

Yet, I haven’t given up on my chosen path of personal development and that of trying to be of service to all, and so cannot help but to be grateful to just have the opportunity each and every day, to be able to change the rest of my life and be better than the day before.  

On my path to self-improvement and with that, my attitude of always giving, even if it’s just so little, I believe that in order to receive anything, you first must give it.

Well, I cannot give money right now to help anyone, and I will let Jon decide whether I’m worthy of his generosity, but in the meantime, I can give something else to all readers here, that will certainly help them with their current difficulty with money and life in general.  

Before getting into this financial state, I was embarking in the niche of “brainwave entrainment”.  

I had an expert create a set of tracks that I was eventually going to market.  Now, for the very first time, I’d like to give one of these away – perhaps the most useful of the set that I have.  This one is simply called “Relax”.
 
What’s it good for?  It’ll help you do just that: relax!  It’ll also help you sleep better – you need to be able to sleep well at night and think well in the day, especially in times of stress and financial difficulty.

There is no ulterior motive for me doing this and am not requiring anyone to give anything back (not even your email address!) - and no, it's not even a "demo", but rather, a full 30 minutes of relaxation.  

If you like my track, I would appreciate your feedback and whether it made a difference to you – but if you don’t want to let me know, that’s OK too as I give it freely as my way to contribute and help someone in need.

So here’s wishing you all best success and a speedy financial recovery!

Morris

{snip: please keep personal urls in your signature -- thanks!}
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« Reply #115 on: April 30, 2010, 11:30:06 AM »
Well, I've made my decision and sent out a mailer.  It was an incredibly tough choice.

But while reading all of your stories, I got to thinking about how I could help all of you to help yourselves.  I believe I've come up with a way to do that.  I'll be working on it and will notify you about it when it's ready.

I'm locking this topic now since the decision has been made.