T-Mobile to cut 1,900 Jobs…

The number one goal of the majority of corporations is to make money. And, what is the biggest overhead? EMPLOYEES. So what are the two ways to achieve this goal? Either cut cost or increase sales. Well, here is a fine example of that, T-mobile to cut 1,900 jobs in call center.

Why does Samir Attalah make people feel so good after he walks away?

What I have noticed is that Samir Attalah always make people feel good after he walks away from the conversation. I know I have experience his passion to uplift people to do Godly things. I don’t even get that from my boss or the people that I work with. Samir and Theresa Attalah, both, desired to help and uplift others genuinely. I know that because I see the time and efforts that they put into God’s people. Wherever I go, people always speak highly of them.

Signs of the times


Build your business.

“Is it really the next bubble?”

Wow, this article and video says a lot about our academic system. Look at Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerber, Michael Dell, etc. See a pattern? You be the judge. Love you all; God bless.
Article – “Is it really the next bubble?”

Follow Up Notes From The Best

Many of you have asked me for my follow up notes, so I took the time to post it up. I had to divided into four parts since the file was too big; I will post each part separately so check back periodically due to my busy schedule. I hope the notes will help you in building a successful business. If you have any comments/questions, please send me an email. Have a great day and God Bless You.

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Scroll down to the heading “Follow Up The Right Way By Samir Attalah” and you’ll find the download links. Enjoy and hope that helps.

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A HUGE heart of gratefulness to you Samir and Theresa. You’ve helped us to see our potential more clearly and to find ways to add value to others. Thanks for helping us leave a legacy & make a difference in this world. – Victor & Gretch

What Christmas is all about…

“A Random Act of Kindness I Witnessed”

A Random Act of Kindness I Witnessed

by Jan L.
(Massachusetts, USA)

Random acts of kindness and a random act of kindness I witnessed. This is a happening that I witnessed when my daughter did a random act of kindness. I believe she has been rewarded in return.

I went to visit my daughter, in Philadelphia. She was living there with her husband who was a medical student at UPenn.

They lived in campus housing, which actually was a dilapidated old Victorian house, with separate apartments for students.

They lived on the 3rd floor, which meant a lot of walking up and down, especially with groceries, etc..

During my visit, I saw a down-trodden view of the City of Brotherly Love. Lots of run-down buildings, much poverty and tough neighborhoods.

We were walking along the street and I began to pass right by a beggar who was sitting on the sidewalk. My daughter reached into her bag and gave him some money, saying “God bless you!” and he thanked her. The mother in me thought “Why reward someone begging like that?”

I was working full-time then, and saw that there were no shortage of beggars on the city streets. Still, I admired my daughter’s sincere offering to this down-and-out man.

My daughter was working as a waitress at the time, helping to supply food, etc…while her husband studied all day and into the nights. Their first baby was born while they were in Philly; and only after a few months did she divulge to me that things were so tight that she sometimes washed her laundry in plain water, as she had no money for detergent.

I was aghast. Since I worked, I tried to send her money most weeks to help them get through those sparse 4 years in Philly.

I thought of my daughter handing change to a beggar on the street so cheerfully, when she could have used it herself.

Well, they came home to Boston from Philly after my son-in-law graduated and he studied in Boston to specialize in his field. They now have a big, beautiful home, two lovely, healthy children and have a good life.

When I see her life now, every so often I remember how she gave to beggars on the street and I hope that (and think that) her “God bless you’s” were seen and rewarded.

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to you all from us. We are truly thankful for having you guys in our lives. For those of you that we don’t know or have not yet met, we appreciate you guys and would also like to extend that blessings to you and your families. Thank you for what all of you guys have done for us. It’s a privilege and an honor to be your friends.

“If you want to know the quality of a leader, look at the people.”

Quote from John C. Maxwell, Leadership Gold CD

I’m exceedingly grateful for our leaders who, as John suggests in that CD, define reality for us. And what a wonderful reality it is, filled with success and happiness and family!

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