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Jul 10, 2005 8:29 pmre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

DR Rawson

I've only been a member a few months but the people I've met on Ryze are outstanding. Their level of give and take and sheer willingness to be helpful is amazing.

Ryze performs better than expected. I've learned so much from those that have taken the time to correspond with me.

I'm certain I'll be with Ryze for a long time. The following is a partial list of accomplishments while on Ryze:

1. Helped a young woman establish a consulting business (so far, no charge to her).
2. Given direction to a couple of young men in a foreign country on how to enter the US market.
3. Learned a lot about networking from several groups including this one.
4. Improved the quality of my life because people have helped with health issues, places to visit, things to see and do.
5. Now sit on the Board of two different companies.
6. Given the chance to purchase and promote new technologies.
7. More coming all the time.

Is Ryze working for me? YES

DR Rawson

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Jul 11, 2005 3:11 pmre: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Leesa Barnes
Here's my successes:

1) Collaborated on a sellable information product with a relationship coach

2) Featured in a networking eBook authored by a Ryzer

3) Currently working on an eBook that will feature 16 women that I met on Ryze

4) Generated alot of testimonials from fellow Ryzers that I can use in my promotional material as I book speeches and schedule workshops

5) Met a fellow Ryzer who did voiceover work for me for my upcoming podcast

6) Currently collaborating with 2 other coaches on a possible business venture, both whom I met on Ryze

7) Gained several paying clients through running my own network here on Ryze

8) Meeting alot of great people all the time because I'm part of the organizing committee for Ryze Toronto

9) And for the social aspect, I now have really great friends in several cities across North America, just too many to mention. Paul, I'm going to a wedding in Orlando Labour Day weekend, do you live close by?


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Aug 18, 2005 7:53 pmre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Dean H.
You know, I must admit out of most of the network leaders that I know, I'm probably the *poorest* when it comes to making money off of my network or from Ryze for my business.

But in all fairness to myself, my business did not, shall we say, cross or transcend state lines. Basically, I serve a local clientele and 99.9% of the people on Ryze serve no purpose to me when it comes to actual lead or business generation.

I know, I know, someone will come in and say, "But Dean, networking isn't always about lead generation and yada,yada,yada..." I'm well aware of that. Heck, I moderate a network that teaches business networking skills so you are preaching to the choir :)

I guess I just drop in on Ryze networks to have a little fun and mostly knowledge sharing....


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Aug 19, 2005 9:30 pmre: re: Meeting business people thru Ryze#

Leslie Baldwin
Dean - I know I beat or tie you in terms of $$ from Ryze -yet I am so rich in what I have learned from just 7 or so networks.

I don't always agree with everyone - but I learn something from them and I appreciate their posts on the networks.

Leslie in San Antonio

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Aug 20, 2005 2:15 amre: re: re: Meeting business people thru Ryze#

DeAnna Troupe, Video Marketing Specialist
My benefit from Ryze can't be measured in dollars just yet, but I have learned a lot of useful information and potential employers seem impressed when they see that I lead a network on ryze. I don't think I've really been on ryze long enough for the monetary gain to come yet. Of course even if it doesn't I still think that my gold membership has already paid off.

DeAnna Spencer

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Aug 21, 2005 8:27 pmDean: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Joe Severa
Dean my man, you're too modest. I've learned a few things from just posting on networks where you & I contribute. What "price" can we place on that exchange of ideas & solutions? If you give of yourself more than has been given to you, you (& I,) are that much more blessed & appreciated; trust this Sr. Citizen Dean, it's always more blessed to give than to receive!



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Aug 22, 2005 1:49 pmre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Marilyn Jenett

Okay, the scoop...

I was invited to Ryze less than 2 years ago just as I began and had never been on a networking site or online forum before. I shared in network discussions, then started a network. The result:

1. Ryze literally has changed my life and became the platform for me to teach the prosperity principles and Universal laws I love after spending 20 years servicing the corporate world.

2. The program grew, students came from all over the globe and I was truly surprised at the rapid growth and the income that resulted. It allowed me to phase out of my corporate business and devote myself to teaching.

3. From a fluke phone call, I attracted the largest client of my career around that time - Campbell. I booked their first promotion - a Malibu estate. Then they asked if I could find the right castle in Europe. I posted a message on two Ryze networks and had several replies (I offered a finder's fee) and decided to trust the Universe and do nothing further. A Ryzer named Heidi House sent me several links that she researched on the web and one was to Eastnor Castle in England, the absolutely perfect one for our needs. She got the finder's fee :-) I made a five figure profit. And to top it all off, I am at this very moment in the process of negotiating for the castle again for Campbell's canadian promotion (please don't hate me because I have actually made money from Ryze!)

4. I have attracted wonderful students, met special people and learned about the businesses and views of others that has helped me attain a more global consciousness and become more sensitive to the world.

5. I am convinced that if I could enter a foreign world - the Internet - for the first time and accomplish the above, then I can help you open your mind to attract the success you want from the unlimited sources of the Universe.

Marilyn on Radio About Prosperity Consciousness
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Aug 22, 2005 6:50 pmre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Jenny Meadows
Good question! I joined Ryze about 3 years ago, maybe less, at the suggestion of a friend. I immediately subscribed to a Writers & Editors forum. There I met lots of writers and quickly got some business: Christine Louise Hohlbaum, Winston Saga, Linda Arellano. And through word of mouth from them, more business.

When that forum slowed down, I joined another - same result. And when it slowed down, I joined Marilyn Jennett's Prosperity forums. Similar results.

In the last 2 years, I've joined two other networks - LinkedIn and ecademy - but for me they just don't have the vitality, variety, global reach and ease of connection as Ryze.

The connections and friends I've made on Ryze are stellar.

Jenny Meadows
Austin Texas USA

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Aug 22, 2005 7:13 pmre: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Jamie Walters
My experiences have been similarly positive, and quite rich. I joined Ryze at the invitation of a colleague who's work I love and respect, and found it much more vibrant than Linked In and several others. And then I started two networks, and joined several others. I definitely believe that you receive according to what you give or put into it.

I joined this past Spring, with a couple of objectives. I've not only met each of those, but also benefited beyond my expections in those and other areas. In that short timeframe, I've

** established two networks, both of which have drawn fabulous and insightful people to participate,
** experimented with the potentials for online dialogue forums,
** connected with a lot of new people,
** shared knowledge, encouragement, inspiration and experience,
** received the same from others,
** met several new kindreds with whom I'm exploring interesting business collaborations,
** reconnected with several people,
** participated in Purposeful Partners (another experimental business collaboration)
** had a flurry of new traffic to my web site,
** the same with my monthly ezine,
** the same with book sales...

All from just participating in the usual ways on Ryze. I think that makes it a worthwhile effort, with good ROI (return on investment AND return on intention).

The list could (and will no doubt continue to) go on. Like I said, and many of you know, it really is a matter of what you put into it.


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Aug 23, 2005 9:51 amre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Pamela McMahon
I can't measure my ryze experience in dollars either, but I have so many wonderful friends now it really is amazing. I've tried other networking sites and I just don't like them, I keep coming back to ryze. I've made actual connections here and I find them invaluable.


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Aug 24, 2005 2:29 amJamie: re: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Joe Severa
My thoughts exactly Jamie, it's easier to stretch yourself & grow within a friendly atmosphere, something that both eCademy & Linked In lack, IMHO!



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Apr 19, 2007 3:22 pmre: Jamie: re: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Lindy Asimus
That's interesting. I just got through telling someone that contacted me on Ecademy what a friendly bunch they are over there. And I'd have to say that LinkedIn has it's moments too.

Horses for courses maybe. Each is different. What constitutes "better" I guess depends what one is looking for.

I'm leaving the jury out on this one.

What I do notice on both of the aforementioned networks, is perhaps a more robust level of interaction on the forums.


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Apr 19, 2007 5:53 pmre: re: Jamie: re: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Scott Allen
What I've found about Ryze and Ecademy (and MySpace, for that matter) is that they are like the proverbial elephant and we are the five blind men. Whatever you happen to grab onto first ends up being your impression of the whole, when in reality the whole is so much bigger than all of that.

On Ecademy, for example, if you make the mistake of thinking that the front page is representative of the whole network, you're missing out on a wealth of information and opportunity. On Ryze, if 5 out of the first 6 people that contact you happen to be from India and that therefore this must be an "Indian networking site", you've missed out on a world of opportunity. Or do a search for "entrepreneur" networks and find one that has only five members and no posts and not realize that there's another with over 9,000 with several posts a day.

You have to explore enough to get past your first impression, because on a site this big, your first impression is probably wrong -- or at least incomplete.

- Scott -

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Apr 23, 2007 2:09 am Meeting business people thru ryze#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

When I first came to Ryze, I did not even know how to properly post a message. My initial post was promptly denounced by high-profile Ryzers. From a less than admirable start, I learned how to use the system. People on Ryze actually instructed me. I learned a little HTML code and how to use Ryze's HTML Editor. Though Ryze members I learned about Web 2.0 innovation - services like Squidoo, Talkshoe and Skype.

While I suppose many of the folks here hope to develop business relationships that lead to sales, just developing meaningful relationships with people around the world has proven very gratifying for me. For me, it is not all about money.

When I did my first business mixer for my small town's business association, Ryzers contributed jpeg pictures about their respective businesses that I incorporated into a slide show. This helped to add to the uniqueness the mixer. Suddenly, here was people from around the world being involved in a small town business mixer.

Then, last year, Ryzers from around the world came to my aid once again. I had tried to get the adult community to help me generate a buzz about the town's annual festival outside the county. I suggested asking the Fox News Channel to come and cover the festival. I knew nothing like this had never been done. I actually thought a video clip of small town festival would work on a broadcast like "Fox and Friends" quite well. But, try as I did, I could not get any adult organization interested in even asking for coverage. That is when I decided to approach the local high school. I got 30 students willing to write a letter to Fox. Each student would request a visit from their favorite news personality. That did not show any immediate results. So, I had the county marketing association send a press kit to the chairman of the Fox News Channel, Roger Ailes. That did not produce any immediate results, either. It was not until I asked Ryzers from around the world to call and email the Fox News Channel that a Fox News producer actually called me on the phone. Bottom line, Fox News came to Middletown, CA for the first time in the 45-year history of its annual festival...thanks to Ryzers.

Passionate people can make amazing things happen. And yes, we do have passionate people here on Ryze.

Lamar Morgan
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Apr 27, 2007 1:54 amre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

DeAnna Troupe, Video Marketing Specialist
Lamar, that's wonderful! I'm so excited for your town. That must have been quite a rush!

DeAnna Spencer
DeAnna Spencer's Virtual Assistant Service

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May 02, 2007 4:13 amre: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


Yes, it was quite a rush for me when everything came together. But, what surprised me is that not everyone shared my enthusiasm. The local county newspapers did not even mention that Fox News showed up...and I actually wrote the article for one local newspaper that said this was a possibility thanks in part to work done by local high school students. I would have written the follow-up piece, but I felt sure someone else would do it. Nevertheless, the adjacent county newspaper made Fox's presence front-page news in their paper. So, why is my county behaving in such a dysfunctional way? Or, is it me?

I can still remember when President Ronald Reagan came to Atlanta and spoke at what was then The Omni. People took off from work. There was a mad rush on MARTA to get to The Omni. Well, I often wonder if the Governator of California were to come to my small town if there would be a mad rush to hear what he had to say? Getting people to care seems to be the real challenge here. It's not just getting people to use the Internet, it is getting them to care about what other people do.

I did an experimental mailing a few months back to help promote a new chicken franchise in town. I sent out a laminated invitation to specific businesses. I told them to post that invitation in their place of business for the benefit of employees and patrons. I told them if they did not want to post the invitation to call me and I would personally come and pick it up as it was quite expensive to create and I did not want it to go to waste. Well, some folks actually called me up and told me to come and get the invitation. One person could not wait for me to come and pick it up. She put postage on the envelope and sent it back to me. Sometimes I get the feeling these folks are so inwardly focused it's frightening.

Lamar Morgan
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Jun 18, 2007 3:29 amre: USE FOR YOUR EXISTING GROUPS TOO/Meeting business people thru ryze#

Marilyn Jenett

Well, Paul, since you asked...here's the business card I had created for Feel Free to Prosper - after several years exclusively in cyber space (unfortunately it doesn't have my current headshot which I prefer):

I had this business card made last year but never got around to showing it online until now. Suddenly I have had requests from Ryze friends for something tangible that they can use to refer me to others. I just Fed Exed 100 cards to a Ryze friend in Canada who has been talking about me to her business groups.

You can see that I have included my Ryze network on the card as well as my website and email address. No address though as my market is global and I like appearing that way. The area code lets people know where I'm located if they want to look that up. For my corporate business, I had a very prestigious address, so of course it was on my business card and stationery because it gave me credibility for my corporate clients. But for many types of small businesses and services, I don't think an address is necessary unless you have a place of business that clients visit.

If you would like more details about the printer (wholesale online to the public and amazingly cost effective), you can find them here on my network.

Marilyn Jenett
Feel Free to Prosper

Author of the Upcoming, "Feel Free to Prosper: An Entrepreneurial Memoir of Synchronicity and Guidance"

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Jul 21, 2007 11:23 amre: Nuggets for Meeting business people thru ryze#

Sue T.
I think you have to be people oriented as well as task oriented.

Recognizing that we're not going to click with everyone is important as well.

Some are going to be drawn to you and others are not.

Sue T.
Emotional Awareness & Life Coach
Confidence is Silent. It need not defend itself. It Simply Exists Inside You.

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Jul 21, 2007 3:08 pmre: re: meeting and interacting through Ryze ...#

James Booth
My Ryzing is two months short of four years now.

Ryze is a special place for me (obvious to you ?) due to the quality of people here ...

... but moreso for the ways Ryze enables to interact with each other
- what other social networks try to achieve.

I have learned from many people, helped other ways by a good number more.

Ryze is about MORE than business : )

Most of those I invited to join Ryze when I "discovered" it are inactive in Ryze
- though quite active in real life.

Some were Ryzers for a while, but real world duties and responsibilities leave them little Internet time.

Others never quite caught on to what Ryze, or even social networking, is about, or chose not to be involved, seldom explaining to me why.

Performance of Ryze as a website / service is excellent IMO - the occasional "Performing Maintenance" signal is to be expected, and has almost always come at the end of a work day (for me) - the beginning or middle for someone else : )

Message delivery is prompt with rare exception - the only oddity I find is that during the last two or three months the order of message delivery gets confused; that is, a reply to a forum post may arrive before the notice of the original post (not a major difficulty).

At present, I suppose that I will remain with Ryze as long as I am on the Internet, maintaining my Gold status which delivers value in excess of cost.

A partial list of "accomplishments" while on Ryze:

1. Refined my written communication, which continues to evolve as I continue to practice..
2. Found my "voice" in certain areas and continue to develop a variety of approaches in style.
3. Delved deeper into certain "social" areas to gain more knowledge of history and relationships.
4. Found numerous new friendships on a variety of levels.
5. Provided "an ear" to numerous people who have since moved into a more productive stage.
6. Delivered a computer to somone who would have been off the Internet otherwise.
(shipping cost more than the computer)
7. My quality of life is improved from interaction - from new knowledge and caring of others.
8. My effectiveness beyond Ryze is improved and my expectations are perhaps more realistic.
9. ... and more

Ryze is working for me ... and my frustrations have little to do with Ryze
- more with my own lack of organization.


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Aug 05, 2007 9:59 pmre: re:got a tip what works for you/meeting and interacting through Ryze ...#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Here is a tip. And, the steps.

1) Schedule a nice place to have a business mixer and have someone to host that mixer. So, right off the bat you have both a location and a host.

2) Schedule the mixer for two hours on a weekday after work rather than a weekend. Have a "loose" but definite agenda for the mixer.

3) Provide food, refreshments, and request folks bring door prizes relating to their business in addition to business cards. (Not everyone will bring a door prize. But, you will be surprised how many people will if you simply make the request.)

4) Have a Wifi set-up through Skype so you can have virtual guests join your mixer.

5) Create an Evite invitation for your mixer and send it out to get an idea as to who plans to attend. Add audio clip website links to your Evite from some of the special folks who plan to be virtual guests via Skype.

6) Put out a press release about your mixer to the local newspapers - both online and off - at least two weeks prior to your mixer's debut.

7) Print and distribute actual fliers for the mixer. Be sure to include a Squidoo lens address in the flier with a link to the Evite invitation on the Squidoo page.

Would you like to see a real-life example of a business mixer that is doing this RIGHT NOW? Click here.

Lamar Morgan
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Aug 06, 2007 12:29 amre: re: re:got a tip what works for you/meeting and interacting through Ryze ...#

Walter Paul Bebirian
I rather believe that there are an enormous number of different way of hooking up with people - If one can possibly connect with an individual here on RYZE or another networking group or even simply through e-mail and a web site I see no reason to have to go through the motions of having a party thingy in the brick and stone world just to call it networking -

I was contacted by a fellow photographer who lives and works in China and he inquired if he could palce a gallery of my images on his website in China - last time I looked I was the only American Photographer there:


- now only a few other individuals have given me such a presence on their web site like that - not a shabby kindness to me if I say so - from China no less!


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Aug 06, 2007 6:18 amre: re: re: re:got a tip what works for you/meeting and interacting through Ryze ...#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


You do not have to have a "party thingy" to connect with people. In fact, sometimes folks go to parties and don't connect. Connecting is what is important. Not everyone knows "how to" connect - be it in person or online. Many folks actually need help in this area. That is one of the reasons why personal coaching has in fact become an industry. And, a great deal of that personal coaching is done online and over the telephone - not in face-to-face meetings.

Bottom line here is that people need to learn how to successfully network with each other. A physical business mixer is not only a place to learn those skills, but a place to put those skills to real-world use. And, therein lies its value.

I have often said that just because you walk into a piano store does not mean you are able to sit down at a piano and make beautiful music. But, most likely someone else in the store can. And, you just might learn something from watching that person play. So it is with business networking, you need to avail yourself of the atmosphere where business networking is taking place.

Lamar Morgan
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Aug 06, 2007 11:00 amre: re: re: re: re:got a tip what works for you/meeting and interacting through Ryze ...#

Walter Paul Bebirian
I see - I have set up my own program to network wherever and whenever I choose - by giving out my business cards in the streets - stores - libraries - subways - stairways - building elevators - and wherever else I see people even on boats - I have created a mobile networking environment that continually works for me -

What hapens is magnificent - for example the other day a lady living in Harlem was visiting in Queens with her daughter and while cossing Queens Boulevard - which is a main 6 lane (3 in each direction road) I handed her a card will crossing in the opposite direction - then while handing my card to the next group of people I heard her calling so I back tracked and found she is interested in headshot both for herself and her daughter - I know of no better way connecting and cost effective as well a powerful to connect with individuals and have both of our attentions focused so highly on the subject at hand - not yet at least since for my artistic images of which there are now almost 12,000 I am currently working on creating a similar project in the same vein as my "Doubling Project" - described on my main web site in an attached pdf to the home page - what is key, as far as I am concerned, is to overcome the fear that most people have of being shy - and that is something that some people seem never to be able to do - it is a fact that some people's nature is and will remain of a shy nature (which was and is in certain respects still my own nature as well) however I have developed certain skills that I am able to perform rather well by now which allow me to take a certian first step and then make a pause to allow the other person or persons to take the next step and then things become much easier for me once I have peaked their interest and they are asking the questions or are saying something that I can easily answer - much different that mere what is referred to by some as chit chat -

I noticed many years ago when at the ocean beaches - that each individual is able to enter the water (the very same activity in all cases) in many different ways - usually as many different ways as there are individuals attmepting the task - and so I decided at that point to focus on the process of either entering the ocean or connecting with people that best suits me because of my own personality and personal personality idiosyncrasy and thus worl very comfortably at effectively this way - If I were to attempt to work at a formula or method rescribed by others then this would not work as well for me the same way that I imagine it does not work that well for many many people who attempt to learn form others -

Yesterday I had a customer who is a profession clothing designer and who works with computers and photoshop sit rather in amazement at how I was working on her image - despite the fact that she has access to the verysame tools that I was working with right in front of her eyes -

The difference being that I, instead of learning in a class or from an instructor, taught myself how to use the tools that I was working with in front of her - and that is the same procedure that I have the most success with in photographing, and creating abstract images and most everything that I do well in in life -

Perhaps learning from others mistakes may be of use in some ways - but on the other hand what was or had become a mistake from someone else's perception might be further developed (when in my hands or arena) into something quite successful - this I know for a fact and practice very often as well!

thank you!



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Sep 27, 2007 1:41 amre: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

gaurangi patel
Hi everbody!Every morning, the first thing that I tend to do now is check "Ryze', instead of my personal mails.I feel connected to various minds and professionals atonce.All kinds of views help in getting insight into so many perspectives.There are so many way of looking at things,"Ryze" helps illuminating them.
And yes, I am able to exchange ideas, get constructive solutions as well as suggestions on and through "Ryze".
I am hooked up!

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Jan 25, 2008 8:17 pmre: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

Bea Kunz
I certainly relate to this conversation. When I first introduced myself to the internet I felt like a fish swimming in a sea of dust. I was committed to becoming knowledgable enough to accomplish my goal. My goal was to build a successful source of information on and about healthier food and ways of obtaining it.

Once I reached the point of being able to work without a lot of mistakes, and see results from what I was putting out, I realized I was only partway of where I wanted to be.

I started searching for people who caught my attention with their websites, what others had to say about them and what my inner guide led me to.

The very first person I learned something profound from was Walter, I then lost track of him and the next person I found myself learning from was Jeanie Marshall and Scott, I actually lurked and learned for a very long time before I met either .

I've also learned many good things from Paul.

I discovered through this learning process that I had developed a true friendship and respect for these people that went beyond the information I was gaining.

I have great respect for what Marilyn teaches, but I was living and practicing the LOA truth long before I ever came to the internet, so I really don't feel the need to tap into that area, but that doesn't mean I don't learn from her also.

This is what Networking means to me, when what you know you need, just happens little by little, and one day or one moment you take notice that you have reached a millstone. And to never be lax in paying it forward or giving back.

Thank you all for the part you have played in my success.

Have a Joyful weekend !

Bea Kunz

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Jan 28, 2008 3:41 pmre: re: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

Marilyn Jenett

Thank you, Bea, for that acknowledgment.

I'm very aware that you are a learned, wise woman :-).

Because your thoughts and comments often mirror mine, you lend validation to the work I am doing and I appreciate YOU for that.

Leave it to Paul to bring a three year old thread current :-)


Important announcement at the Feel Free to Prosper Network:

Marilyn Jenett, Founder and Mentor, the Feel Free to Prosper Program
Website: http://www.FeelFreetoProsper.com
Ryze Network: http://prosper-network.ryze.com
Programs: http://www.feelfreetoprosper.com/products.html

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Jan 29, 2008 3:48 amre: re: re: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

Bea Kunz
I am reminded of the words my mother often spoke, "good and classic is never outdated."

We owe Paul a generous " thank you."


Bea Kunz

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Jan 29, 2008 8:22 amre: re: re: re: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Here's a thought. While it is true we can meeting and interact through Ryze, we not get some Ryzers together on an interactive podcast? I happen to host my own talk show over on Talkshoe.com. I would be more than willing to set aside time for Ryzers to come and talk. We just need to set a time, date and decide upon a topic for discussion.

I have mentioned this on several other Ryze networks. We could bring folks from several Ryze networks on the same program.

Is there any interest out there? Please advise.

Lamar Morgan
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Jan 29, 2008 8:47 amre: re: re: re: re: meeting and interacting through Ryze#

Rasheed Hooda


I am open to the idea.


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Jan 31, 2008 1:51 amre: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

gaurangi patel
I have benefitted immensly after joining Ryze!
I have joined few new networks through Ryze.
Met great personalities,who are very helpful in guiding and giving tips for writing!
Greatest of all:One of my poem was selected to be published in "Chicken Soup for the soul..."series!
Not only that,I was also invited to write articles for its various series and are also being selected for publication!
When I was a beginner on Ryze,I was sort of 'reprimanded'{!} for posting a topic which did not concern this site! I learnt from thereon!

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Feb 23, 2008 11:01 pmre: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


I would like to encourage folks on this network not to simply attempt to "leverage" themselves with written words, but their voice as well. Post audio messages here so we can not only know you by your picture, but by your voice. I believe this really does help folks "connect" better in a business networking environment.

For an example of what I am talking about, click here.

Lamar Morgan
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Apr 06, 2022 2:45 pmre: re: Meeting business people thru ryze#

Paul Finkelstein
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