Wealth Building Mindmap Guide v4

The Secret to Lasting Abundance

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Why do so many people fail to make money online even though they do everything their coach or mentor has told them to do? Why do two people who are in the exact same business niche and have the exact same business and marketing tools available go on to have one fail while the other succeeds? Why does someone who has been building their business for years suddenly get passed up by a 'newcomer' out of nowhere? Why are some people who seem very successful on the outside not satisfied or happy on the inside? Are some people just 'lucky' while others aren't? What does success really mean? These and more are all questions I've asked myself over and over again and these are probably questions you have also asked yourself at some point in time. Frankly I have grown tired of seeing masses of budding entrepreneurs give up on their dreams due to the negative forces that seem to keep people down while a few still continue rise. I have dedicated this series of ongoing books to help all those who need that 'kick in the pants' to get them moving in the right direction towards success and happiness in their lives. So read this book with an open mind and really let it all soak in before going onto the next book in this series. I sincerely hope these books improve your life.

To Your Success!

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Mindmap to Riches – The Secret to Lasting Abundance How Giving Back to The World Ensures Success and Abundance
“Many people have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.” -Helen Keller

Introduction We have so much in our lives to be grateful for. Millions around the world live a bare bones existence and the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness takes a backseat to mere survival. If you’re sitting here reading this report, you have a roof over your head, you have food in your stomach, and you probably have at least one car, a bank account, and an abundance of creature comforts. Take a minute to look around you, wherever you are. It doesn’t matter if you’re reading this from the comfort of your couch, if you’re sitting at a table in a coffee shop, if you’re sitting in your car, on your treadmill or exercise bike, or if you’re enjoying the sunshine and reading this outside. Take a look around you and make a mental note of all you have. We’re not just talking about the material either. Friends, family, mentors, and pets are all blessings. What about you? You have a wealth of strengths, skills, knowledge, and experience too. Whether you have a million dollars in the bank or a hundred – if you have a roof over your head, food on your table and the comfort of friends and family, you’re rich. Now here’s a question only you can answer – are you grateful for everything you have? Gratitude is a powerful emotion. Gratitude has the power to bring more abundance into our lives. We know this to be true and by simply exercising gratitude and experiencing it daily, in every moment of your life, you will understand it to be true too. Gratitude also invites compassion into our lives. There are so many people in this world who suffer, who struggle and who do not have the wealth and abundance you have right now, today. It’s important to point out that this is an opportunity for you. Giving back benefits you in a number of ways. When you give back, you feel better about yourself, your accomplishments and your wealth – you feel grateful.

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When you give back, you learn about yourself and about others – this is a valuable opportunity. When you give back, you make valuable connections with people who have the power to change your life in any number of amazing ways. When you give back, you gain both spiritually and monetarily. It’s the law of attraction – which states you attract what you focus on. The Law of Attraction says: That which is like unto itself, is drawn. When you possess gratitude, compassion, and generosity of mind, money and spirit, you attract those things back to you – all which make you richer, smarter, and surrounded by life, love and happiness. Consider for just a moment the amazing contributions of:    Bill Gates and his foundation which partners with companies around the world to improve health and education. Oprah Winfrey and her angel network which works on global and local networks to improve the lives of others. And Kelly a small business owner who regularly motivates her social networking followers to generate thousands to families in need by donating her time and services in exchange for monetary donations from others.

You, no matter what level you’re at, have the mind-blowing opportunity to improve the lives of others in a number of ways. This report is dedicated to two major concepts: 1. You have the power to change the world, to better the world. 2. By embracing and acting on your power, you will gain abundance both materially and spiritually. This report is divided into the following chapters:     Volunteering Donating Mentoring Motivating others and spreading the word through your business and personal life.

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Chapter One Volunteering For Abundance and Prosperity
“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” Barack Obama

Are you a volunteer? Do you offer your time, services, and skills to better the lives of others? Volunteering offers a number of benefits:  You Become Part Of A Community Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community. Your community in turn can have a powerful and positive impact on you. One of the effects of the internet has been a change in what it means to have a community however, people are realizing the importance of personal communication and contact. We depend on each other for personal and professional survival and when you’re part of a community, your personal and your professional life prosper. Volunteering helps, you build and sustain your community, which in turn will give back to you. It’s a win-win situation. 

Broaden Your Repertoire People volunteer to contribute their skills and knowledge however it’s practically guaranteed that you’ll walk away with more knowledge and skills than you had beforehand. Volunteering is the perfect vehicle to discover something you are good at and develop a new skill. Each endeavor you undertake will likely involve building on your already tremendous skill set. You may be learning about fundraising, supervising other volunteers, marketing a program or event, or learning to use a hammer and saw. Use your volunteer experience as an opportunity to both do good and to learn new skills and improve some old ones.

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A Sense Of Accomplishment According to the wonderful people at the World Volunteer Web, “volunteering is about giving your time, energy and skills freely. Unlike many things in life, there is choice involved in volunteering. As a volunteer, you have made a decision to help on your own accord, free from pressure to act from others. “Volunteers predominantly express a sense of achievement and motivation, and this is ultimately generated from your desire and enthusiasm to help. Sometimes volunteers are regarded as do-gooders and those that hold that view also assume that one person can never make a difference. It may be true that no one person can solve all the world’s problems, but what you can do is make that little corner of the world where you live just that little bit better.”

Volunteering also offers you:     New interests New Experiences New People Authenticity and credibility in your industry

How To Choose the Right Volunteer Opportunities for You What is important to you? What causes touch your heart and make you feel passion for the cause? Is it social injustice? Domestic violence? What are you most grateful for that you want others to have? Your home? Your business? What community, state, or national organizations have you benefited from? Your public library? The ASPCA? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

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Write down ideas or ways you might be able to contribute your time, skills and knowledge. Don’t worry about the form it might take or where you will contribute, just write down what you have to contribute and causes which feel important or meaningful to you. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Were you volunteer can also be about what you want to learn and who you want to connect with. If for example you have zero construction experience but have always been interested in it then perhaps Habitat for Humanity is right for you. Look at the needs in your community. Yes, you can walk or run for the American Cancer Society however if your immediate community has a pending need, say for example the local school system needs help campaigning for a mill levy override so they can fix their leaking roof, then that may feel more meaningful to you and you may feel more connected to the community for your efforts. There are a million opportunities to volunteer and we could fill pages upon pages of ideas for you. Instead, take some time and write down all of the opportunities that interest you. Whether it is helping at the local homeless shelter, tutoring a low-income child, or starting a free resume writing class at your local community center – there are myriad ideas. Which opportunity is right for you? How to Budget your Time After writing a list of potential volunteer opportunities, you may look at the paper in front of you and feel overwhelmed. It’s easy to spend 100% of your time helping others. Every second of every day, every day of every year could be spent volunteering. However, the point isn’t to sacrifice yourself, it is to give what you can. You may find that after giving a little, it becomes important for you to find and make more time to volunteer. Many

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people receive a tremendous amount of satisfaction – in fact volunteering has led to a number of business endeavors, the creation of a number of non-profits and new perspectives. In the beginning, however, it’s important to budget your time. Once you know where you want to volunteer, sit down and take an honest look at how much time you have to devote to your volunteer efforts. It’s very easy to jump in and commit too much time, which can end up making you feel guilty, resentful and a host of negative emotions, which are simply avoidable if you plan ahead. Where to Volunteer Taking your list of volunteer interests and possibilities, it’s time to do a bit of research. If you already know the perfect match for your skills and interests then by all means give them a call, send them an email or stop by and sign up. Some organizations may require a background check before you can be put to work. Regardless of the red tape involved, stick with it. Once you get rolling, you’ll likely find yourself amidst a group of like minded individuals who are committed to the same causes and philosophies as you and who may become lifelong associates, customers, partners and friends. If you’re unsure where your interests and skills match, then it’s time to get online and do a bit of research. In our appendix, we list a number of organizations and sites that can help you pinpoint the best place to focus your volunteering attention.

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Chapter Two Donating Your Hard Earned Cash
“Character and personal force are the only investments worth anything.” -Walt Whitman What’s your favorite cause or charity - something that’s important to you, your family or your friends? Perhaps it is the American Cancer Society, the Humane Society, or the Nature Conservancy. These organizations thrive on two things: 1. Volunteers 2. Donations We’ve already covered the joys and benefits of volunteering. If you have causes, passions and charities which are near and dear to your heart, it’s important to do what you can to keep them in the black, financially solvent, and able to continue to provide their services. Now this is more important than ever. As the economy struggles, people stop giving yet the need for non-profit assistance is at an all time high. You can help – we all can help. Remember, this report is based on two main principles: 1. You have the power to change the world, to better the world. 2. By embracing and acting on your power, you will gain abundance both materially and spiritually.

However, in addition to the emotional, spiritual and financial benefits of donating to a charity (remember about the law of attraction? Gratitude and a positive attitude about the power of money are what attract money and charitable donations are a great way to express this emotion) Donating to charity is also a good way to take a dent out of your tax load. Most charitable donations are tax deductible – however we’re not accountants so check with your accountant and/or financial advisor before you claim a donation on your tax forms.

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What and How Do You Donate? If you believe in the Christian faith then tradition requests you tithe 10% of your income. Some follow this and donate 10% of their income to their church while others take a different approach and donate 10% of their income to charities and causes of their choice, which may or may not include a church. A hard and fast rule about how much you should donate isn’t the goal here. Sometimes we’re able to donate more than other times and quite honestly sometimes it makes more sense to donate our time, our material goods, rather than hard cash. There are things you can donate other than money. For example, you could donate office supplies to your local school system. You could donate clothing to the local homeless shelter or pet food to the local humane society. Thinking along the lines of charities, causes and non-profits which are important to you write them down and then get online or give them a call to see what they need and how you can contribute. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Budgeting Your Donations If you create an annual budget then it’ll be easy to take a look at your budget to see what you can afford to donate. From that point, you can create a donation plan, which allows for you to donate:    Monthly Quarterly Or Annually

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to your charities of choice. If you do not have an annual budget, then it’s time to take a look at your monthly income and expenses. Once you know how much you have coming in and how much you have going, out (not to mention what you actually spend your money on) then you can figure out how much you can afford to donate. Again, you can decide to donate monthly, quarterly or annually. If you use automatic banking many organizations provide automatic deductions and you can donate to the causes you feel passionate about on a pre-determined basis. It takes the guesswork out of it and makes it easy to track for accounting purposes. Where to Donate We’ve already talked about a few notable organizations which are always in need of fund, resources and of course volunteer time. There are essentially four places to explore when you’re seeking a meaningful cause to gift.     Local State National World

Begin by researching online. The following organizations offer information and search tools for charities all over the country.        http://www.charity-charities.org/ http://www.networkforgood.org/ http://www.lic.org/ http://www.givespot.com/shortcuts/location.htm http://www.catholiccharitiesusa.org/ http://www.guidestar.org http://www.charity.org

BEFORE YOU DONATE!!!! Before you donate, take a bit of time to research the organization. Are they reputable? Does your money go to the cause or will it support their administrative expenses? Many charities and organizations publish their annual reports however if you’re having a tricky time finding information about them, the following two organizations may offer some assistance:   http://www.charitablechoices.org/checkout.asp http://www.bbb.org/us/consumers/

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Donating Above and Beyond the Norm. Finally, it’s important to note that as a business owner you likely have access to tap into needs, which may be right under your nose. Your customers and prospects may have a need and you could be in an ideal situation to help them. Let’s take a look at a couple examples:  Personal Coach. As a personal coach, you have clients you coach online and/or on the phone. Perhaps you also coach in person. There are people who could use your services who are unable to afford it, correct? What if you set up a foundation to coach one or two people annually who need your help but cannot afford to? There are of course a few legal and financial factors to consider however, it is a fairly simple way to give back to the community the best way you are able. Marketing Expert. Whether you are a copywriter, SEO expert, webmaster, internet business expert, social marketing expert and so on, you have valuable information and skills, which could help others. Like the professional coach, you could set up a foundation to offer your services and/or knowledge to those who cannot afford it, thus helping people build better lives. Pet Products Retailer. You sell pet products. You could donate a percentage of those products, say the ones that are sitting on the shelves or don’t sell as well, and donate them to your local animal shelter, to shut-ins with pets, or to the humane society.

How can you, using your business skills, knowledge and experience, donate your money or products and services? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

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Chapter Three How To Involve Others And Spread The Wealth
“He who wished to secure the good of others, has already secured his own.” -Confucius

One of the truly wonderful aspects about being a business owner is the amazing power you have to give back. As a business owner, you have a rolodex jam-packed with contacts. This includes your lead list but it also includes your associates, vendors, partners, and always your friends, family and community members. You are a veritable Paul Revere – and one word from you has tremendous power, power to change the world and have a positive effect on the lives of others. Here’s a quick, real world example of how one internet marketer help a family avoid foreclosure and manage growing medical expenses.

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Julie owns several websites dedicated to helping mothers make money online. Her target audience is quite specific, the work at home mom. Julie has a strong following on a variety of social networking mediums, a regular podcast and a blog with thousands of subscribers. Selling products, coaching moms, and ad sales combined, she’s doing quite well for herself. In her communications Julie often comes across people in need of financial help. In this particular instance she met a work at home mom who is fighting cancer. This woman’s husband has lost his job which means no insurance or the very expensive COBRA option, and they have a houseful of beautiful children. Medical care is a necessity and mortgage payments are lapsing. Long story short, this family is in trouble and they’re running out of time to keep their home. What did Julie do? She used her leverage, her rolodex. Julie offered 2 hours of business coaching in exchange for a small donation to this woman. An amazing thing happened. Within hours Julie had not only attained her goal of raising 5K for this woman’s family, she surpassed it. Her followers, prospects, customers and associates were so inspired that they started offering goods and services in exchange for a donation. It was a win win situation for everyone. Julie won because she enhanced her likeability, she met many new followers and prospects, and she broadened her awareness. (As you might expect this endeavor caught the attention of many people) Julie’s associates won because they too broadened their awareness and profits while contributing to a worthy cause. People who donated won because they were able to contribute to a cause they felt passionate about (and they got the tax deduction). AND the woman Julie helped won because she now had enough money to pay several month’s worth of house payments and she can focus on beating cancer. This example actually demonstrates many of the ways in which you too can create a tidal wave of prosperity both for others and for yourself.

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It’s important here to make a note about the intention behind giving back. Yes, giving back can and will create abundance for you because of all the reasons we mentioned in the introduction of this report. However if your intention is to get, to receive, through the act of giving or put more simply if you’re only volunteering your time or donating money because you want more for yourself then it’s not going to work for you. In order to receive all of the abundance and prosperity available to you, your intentions need to be genuine. No worries, it feels great to give and when you go into it with your whole heart, you’ll reap benefits beyond your wildest dreams.

How To Generate A Tidal Wave Of Riches “Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” - Scott Adams

There are myriad ways to generate a buzz about a charitable program. Your imagination is the only limit however, here are a few suggestions to get the wheels spinning.  Place a button on your website. Many organizations, like the American Cancer Society, offer buttons and people who simply visit your site can click on the button and make a donation. Send an email to your list highlighting the charity or organization and why you feel passionate about it. Distribute a press release regarding your involvement in the organization. This will bring awareness to the organization and to your business as well. Write and publish articles online and print about the organization(s) your business is involved in and passionate about. This passion may inspire others and it’ll help build a community around your business, help people remember you and what your business is about, and drive traffic to your website. Sponsor a community program or team. We’re talking about little league here. Teams need shirts and equipment. You help them by giving them the materials they need and they help you by being walking advertisements for your business. It’s not a NASCAR sponsorship but it’s a great way to give back to your community. Give public and/or monetary credit to people you know who help with causes you’re passionate about.

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For example, let’s say you are actively involved with the local humane society. You can give credit on your products or services to customers who show you a receipt for donating to their local animal shelter and/or you can promote them in your blog, newsletter, and other marketing materials.  Social networking is a powerful medium and a great way to snowball charitable effects. One post from you turns into twenty posts which turn into 200, 2000, 2 million posts. Many top-level organizations use social networking to spread the word about their cause and you can use it too. Just like Julie did in our example earlier, one post about helping a work at home mom keep her home turned into several thousands of dollars and hundreds of Twitter and Facebook posts from caring people all around the world. Brainstorming Time! How can you use your business, your rolodex and your network to create a ripple effect? What causes are you passionate about and how can you help these causes through your business? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ You have built a business, you possess the skills, knowledge and resources to create wealth and abundance everywhere you go and with everything you touch and that includes the charities and causes you feel passionate about.

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Chapter Four Mentoring – Improving the World One Person at a Time

“Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person.” -Mother Teresa

Mentoring is an exceptional way to share your knowledge and experience with others and give back to the world. Mentoring is when you meet with someone one-on-one and help them learn and grow. A mentee can be a child or young adult struggling with choices, a professional who is interested in growing their career, or a person interested in starting a business similar to yours. A mentor/mentee relationship is essentially, however you define it. Why Would Someone Want Or Need A Mentor? Ever wish you could cut through all the mistakes you’ve made in your past and get right to the good stuff? For example if you started your business on your own chances are you made plenty of mistakes, wouldn’t it have been wonderful to have access to an expert’s knowledge, someone there to answer your questions and guide you as you went from zero to sixty without all those painful and/or costly mistakes? Mentoring helps people from all walks of life get to the good stuff and it gives them the knowledge and skills of someone who has been through it before and come out the other side successful and smiling. Why Would You Want to Be a Mentor? Mentoring is an unbelievably rewarding experience and you can bet you’re going to learn something from the experience. In fact, most mentors say that they receive much more from the process than they give. Additionally, mentoring is another way to improve the world around you. For example, if you’re mentoring a troubled teen you have the power to change their life and who knows what amazing things that person is going to accomplish and give back to the world? Mentoring is a way to build powerful relationships with people you may have never come in contact with. These relationships will enhance your personal and your professional life.

If you’re mentoring a person who wants to learn a new skill, build a business or grow in their profession you’re also helping to improve the world because you’re helping this person provide their valuable skills and knowledge to others. It all goes back to the amazing power of giving. It reaps rewards and benefits you can only gain from experiencing it. We’re talking about emotional, spiritual and monetary rewards far beyond your imagination.

How To Mentor Your first choice is going to be how do you want to mentor? Who would receive the most benefit from your knowledge and experience? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Your second choice is going to be if you’re going to set up the mentoring program yourself or if you’re going to join a program like mentoring.org. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ If you’re going to set up your own mentoring program do you already have prospects in mind who would be interested in being mentored or will you have to promote the program? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

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If you’re going to set up your own mentoring program have you ever coached or mentored anyone before? If not, you’ll need to create a program and an itinerary. You’ll want to establish goals and a protocol. Mentoring.org offers a downloadable book/toolkit on how to start a mentoring program For example, will your mentoring be online, on the telephone or face-to-face? Is it an endless program or will you mentor for six months or a year – how long will the program last? What do you expect from your mentee? It’s important to remember that mentoring isn’t about you, it’s about the person you’re mentoring. What’s in it for them? What benefits will they receive and what answers do they need? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

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Chapter Five How To Tell A Good Charity From A Bad One
“A show of a certain amount of honesty is in any profession or business the surest way of growing rich” -Jean de la Bruyere While it may be difficult to believe, there are dishonest charities and non-profit organizations out there. It’s important to do two things before you donate or become involved in an organization: #1 Trust your gut. You’re a smart, savvy person who trusts your instincts. Don’t just shut them off because it’s a charity. Listen to your gut. If the program sounds fishy, it probably is. #2 Check them out. There are resources online, which make investigating a charity quick and easy. First, most charities offer their annual report and other pertinent information online. Secondly, there are watchdog organizations like GuideStar.org and the Better Business Bureau to help you steer clear of the scams and less than ethical charities. 4 Steps To investigate Charities Yourself

1. Confirm 501(c) (3) Status 2. Check The Charity's Commitment To Donor's Rights 3. Obtain Copies Of Its Financial Records 4. Review Executive Compensation

Above all - Donate on your terms. That means skipping the middlman whether it be the telemarketer, the person outside the grocery store collecting donations or the envelope you receive in the mail. Find a cause worthy of your time and/or money and contact them.

MSN MoneyCentral offers the following advice: 1. Most charities pretend they don’t fund-raise. You want the bulk of your donation to go to a charity’s programs -- not its administrators or fund-raisers. To that end, the bettergiving guides typically suggest you ask for the charity’s Form 990, the IRS form that is supposed to detail how contributions are spent.

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Yet 64% of the Forms 990 studied by the General Accounting Office in 2002 listed no fund-raising expenses at all. Charity watchdog Daniel Borochoff has reviewed thousands of these forms, and he says many charities misreport their fund-raising as program development, public education and other misnomers. As the public becomes more sophisticated about the need for low fund-raising costs, the charities get craftier about hiding them. 2. Regulation is perilously thin. The IRS doesn’t audit many charities, and the staff responsible for handling 990 forms has dropped 15% even as the number of forms filed has grown, according to the GAOs report. State regulation is a patchwork quilt, and there are few restrictions on how charities spend their funds. In fact, the Supreme Court recently decided that for-profit fund-raisers can legally keep almost all the donations they get in a charity’s name, provided they don’t actively lie about how much is actually going to the nonprofit. 3. Even the good guys screw up. Charities that have reasonable fund-raising and administrative expenses still manage to blow it now and then.

Donating your time and money to a charity need not be a perilous journey. Take a few minutes to research organizations, which interest you, which speak to your passions, skills, knowledge and experience and then spend a few minutes making sure they’re worthwhile organizations. The majority of this world is built and supported by honest, hardworking people who want to make this world we live in a better place. Finding these people isn’t difficult, just look out your front door. Once you’ve aligned yourself with the right people and the right cause, nothing can stop you. Tremendous abundance will be yours. All that you have to give you will receive tenfold. Enjoy the journey and the rewards!

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In Conclusion Congratulations! This report has covered a lot of material. We’ve discussed everything from how to mentor to how to volunteer and donate your time. Above and beyond it all, we’ve discussed how donating your time, energy and money will ultimately lead you on the road to both spiritual and material abundance.

It all boils down to living a good life and that means not just enjoying your material riches but also your spiritual ones. If history and experience have taught us anything it’s that the more you give, the more you receive. When you take the time to give back to the world with the intention of improving the lives of others, the essential result is that you end up receiving so much more than you can possibly imagine. If you have ever volunteered your time or energy then you already know what we’re talking about and the bug has probably bitten you to contribute more. I If you’ve never volunteered then give it a try, you’ll be amazed what happens in your life. In this report, we also talked about how you can use your business and your connections to give back to the world. This is a unique opportunity that you alone have because no other business is like yours. No other business or business owner for that matter, has your unique set of skills, knowledge and experience and no one has the resources you have. Using those skills and resources to better the world will have 100 times the effect you imagine it will have both to benefit the lives of others and to improve and boost your personal and professional life. To make the process a little smoother and easier for you we’ve included a workbook that asks many of the questions you’ll need to answer to give back to the world in a manner that will work for you. This is after all about living the richest life you can live both professionally and personally.

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Appendix – Resources and Tools To Give Back
Plus a few tools and resources to help you build your business

Organizations and Websites to Find Charities:        http://www.charity-charities.org/ http://www.networkforgood.org/ http://www.lic.org/ http://www.givespot.com/shortcuts/location.htm http://www.catholiccharitiesusa.org/ http://www.guidestar.org http://www.charity.org

Organizations and Websites to Investigate Charities:   http://www.charitablechoices.org/checkout.asp http://www.bbb.org/us/consumers/

Mentoring Organizations:    http://www.mentoring.org/ http://www.nwrel.org http://www.mentoring-association.org/

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