Archive for September, 2009

The IRS have never been popular.

No-one really likes to pay taxes, even though they pay for many things we’ve come  to take for granted, and I’ve yet to meet anyone who wakes up in the morning thinking, “Great – today I get to give some of my money to the IRS”.

Have you?

However, the popularity of the IRS is about to get worse.

It appears the internet criminals have been hard at work again and sending out scam e-mail viruses in their name.

Apparently  you receive a message with  a subject  line, which typically reads something like, “Notice of Underreported Income”. The unsuspecting victim is encouraged to install the Trojan attachment, or click on a link to view their “supposed” tax statement.

However, if they  do that,they’re taken to a malicious  website where malware can be pushed on the computer. This then hacks into bank accounts and drains them of their hard earned money.
It’s a widespread financial fraud scheme.

Sneaky, eh?

Everyone needs to be aware, the IRS will NEVER contact anyone through e-mail about their taxes.

Obviously, the old rules apply:-

Don’t download attachments in e-mails you were not expecting to receive and delete the e-mail immediately.

Don’t click on links or visit websites in e-mails from people you don’t know. If the e-mail is from an organisation, find a phone number and contact them over the phone, not through the web.

Keep your computer software up to date.

Stay safe.

Jean Shaw

Autism <a href=In UK, there are fears the so called Swine Flu “epidemic” is about to rear it’s head again as the flu season approaches.

People  are being recommended to have a vaccine to protect them against Swine Flu, and those less informed about the potential harm of some vaccines , may be breathing a sigh of relief.

I’m not.

In 2004, I published my second book about my son who has autism.  It’s called, Autism, Amalgam and Me and reveals EVERYTHING you’re about to hear in the two videos below.

It discusses in detail the way the childhood vaccine program has changed over the years, the way thimerosal affects the body, and why autism is considered a form of mercury poisoning.

Look closely at the book cover – notice the teeth and the needle?

I wish I hadn’t written it.

Instead, I wish I’d read it because I’m convinced if I knew then, what I know now, my son would NOT have autism!

Many flu vaccines contain thimerosal.Before you head off to get your recommended flu jab, please read as much as you can, watch the videos and make an informed choice.

Do not rely entirely on what your doctors tell you. That’s not because they aren’t good people who have your best interests at heart, BUT because a) they get paid to give you the vaccine and have to reach certain “targets”


b) they rely on the information provided by the drug companies (who don’t always reveal everything).

The Pharmaceutical industry is a HUGE business. Millions is spent on Research and Development and they are not going to lose money. Drug companies rely on people to take their pills and potions LONG TERM and have no interest in finding a “cure” for anything.

Unfortunately, even autism has now become a “profitable” business.

There is NO way, governments, local health authorites or the drug companies will ever publicly admit their aggressive childhood vaccine programs could potentially be the reason for the huge increase in people suffering from autism and other problems such as asthma, eczema, dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, etc.

One thing you should be aware of is there’s absolutely NO synthetic manufactured drug which does not have the potential to cause other side effects.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

Now, PLEASE watch these videos.

Dangers of Vaccines – Part 1

Dangers of Vaccines – Part 2

Get your copy of Autism Amalgam And Me – Jodi’s Journey Continues and discover more  about what’s going on go here

I promise not to say – “I told you so”

Take care


Yesterday was understandably a big day for GVO.

After three and a half years, they finally reached the pre-launch phase, and released their first video.

Have you seen it yet? If not,  here to the GVO video

It’s worth a visit.

GVO is not new – at least the core element isn’t. Infact, it’s been around for 12 years, under the same leadership, but with a different name.

It has a solid foundation.

This re-launch is the result of some very astute thinking.

Unless businesses use the internet  in their promotion and marketing campaigns, it’s pretty much accepted they’ll have little chance of success in the long term. Also, Internet and Network Marketers are beginning to realise, there are several benefits to be had by adopting each other’s strategies.

You see, they’re similar, but different.

Internet Marketers tend to go in for the quick sale, promoting the new, must have products via any internet strategy available to them, whereas Network Marketers tend to promote one, or more products, extensively. They’re in for the long haul and try to develop relationships.

GVO realised if you combine Internet Marketing strategies with the Network Marketing mindset, a website  presence and specific powerful, promotional tools, you’ve got a dream situation.

It  took three and a half years to come up with the end product, but promises to be worth the wait.

GVO provide everything, all under one roof, and their collection of tools and systems appeal to Internet Marketers, Network Marketers, big businesses and small mom and pop operations, alike.

It levels the playing field.

GVO is unique, not because it contains anything you can’t find individually anywhere else on the internet, but because…

you can’t get them all together for one affordable monthly fee, with…

free training on how to use them from successful people who not only talk-the-talk, but walk-the-walk, and …

…have the opportunity to  make money from using the product, IF you want to, and let’s face it, who wouldn’t?

I have no doubt Twitter, Facebook and the other social sites, forums and blogs were swamped with GVO information, yesterday, all stirring up a frenzy and a lot of KLT (know, like and trust).

That’s the idea, and it’s a very good one.

The GVO launch is destined to be the largest launch in the history of the Internet, and you can even get a 14 day trial for $1 BEFORE it actually launches.

However, I wasn’t involved in the GVO frenzy yesterday because I was busy with GDO

Grandma’s Day Out!

GrandmaMy grandma is 95 years old and decided yesterday she wanted to go to the coast. She had  a stroke a year or so ago and has rarely been out of her house since. She gets around with the use of a frame, a walking stick or for longer distances, a wheelchair.

However, she’s always upbeat, cheerful and a real inspiration.

She has 7 children, 17 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren, but remembers all of our names and all of our birthdays.

She wanted to stock up on birthday cards.

My parents offered to take her, BUT they both use walking sticks and have been having some weird dizzy spells lately, so when I heard of the trip, I immediately switched off the computer, jumped into my car and the three generations headed for the coast.

We had a lovely day, and grandma got her cards.

She said yesterday was the happiest day of her life and if she never got out again, she’d die happy. I told her she couldn’t do that yet because I’d picked up a card for Happy 100th birthday, and if she didn’t live until then I would have wasted my money.

Grandma laughed and said she’d try.

Yes, I guess it was a special day for everyone yesterday – just a pity my Grandma isn’t likely to be around as long as GVO .

Take care,

Jean Shaw
P.S. If you’re interested you can Get the GVO $1 Trial here

GVO – Am I Really Becoming A Capital Letter Junkie?

The GVO kaboom!GVO is the latest buzzword on the Internet and is exploding onto the scene today with a big bang , or Kaboom as those in the know are calling it.

So what’s so special about this company?

Well, it’s levelling the playing field for small businesses by making the tools and systems the big boys use available to everyone for an affordable monthly fee.

GVO’s making them simple to use, giving you training on how to use them as a stand alone product, or to help build your online or offline business, but significantly it’s bringing Internet and Network marketers together.

I’m told GVO  will be a force to be reckoned with, and anyone thinking about ways to earn a residual income would be well advised to check it out.

I’ve spent the last couple of years educating myself on the mystery of making money on the internet.

Boy, is it confusing.

There are literally hundreds of ways you can supposedly make money from home working just a few hours a week.

That’s probably true…


you get someone else to do the work for you.

It’s called outsourcing, or out tasking, but the problem with that is you need to know what you want them to do in the first place – hence the investment in my education.

I must admit I’ve enjoyed the experience, but like most would be entrepreneurs, I’ve bought all sorts of courses, CD’s, e-books, etc.,which I’ve never completed, and some, I’ve never even opened!


Well, some other product always came along, which I felt I needed to complete the mysterious internet marketing jigsaw puzzle.

My focus shifted.

I know, I know – what a waste of money, BUT everyone who’s ever succeeded at anything has done it  –  even Frank Kern!

Anyway, I’ve finally come to the conclusion, the best package you can get to make money from the comfort of your own home is one which combines internet marketing skills with network marketing skills, and a built in MLM opportunity.

So, here’s a question for you –

What do ONE and GVO  have in common?

Yes, they’re both capital letters, BUT they are also companies, which fit the above-mentioned criteria, because they  provide –

· Unique
· Consumable
· High Global Demand
· Affordable
· Quality Products

with a built in MLM opportunity so

ANYONE could, with a bit of effort, build residual income from the comfort of their own home, IF they wanted to.

The nice thing about them, for me at least, is they’re all products or services I would  buy and use anyway, regardless of whether there was a business opportunity attached to them. That bit’s just a bonus.

In addition, in each case

· The company owner is visible, accessible and open to improvement suggestions
· The companies have a solid background history
· They all provide training on not only the products BUT also on marketing skills

So, what does that mean to me?

Well, it either means my search for what to do to keep me out of mischief is over,


I’ve become a capital letter junkie!

If you want to discover  who the companies are, just click on the capital letters below .

Take care.

Jean Shaw


Alzheimer’s – Is It Too Late?

Lady with alzheimer's Yesterday, 20th September was World Alzheimer’s Day,

I’m sure many people identify with the problem in some way.

I know I do.

My mother-in-law has it and it’s such a shame. Physically she’s still reasonably well, just getting weaker through lack of exercise, BUT mentally she’s a mess.

It’s so sad, especially for my father-in-law, who is looking after her and seeing the last years of his life trapped in the role of carer to someone who doesn’t or can’t appreciate all he does for her.

She can’t remember from one minute to the next what has happened. Every day my father-in-law has to take her out somewhere. He drives miles in the car because that’s what she wants to do – or says she does, but she’s forgotten she’s been as soon as they are back in the house.

So why does he do it, you may ask?

Well, it’s because the alternative is worse. Stuck inside the same four walls with someone who doesn’t speak to him, or if she does it’s not in a nice way, and who doesn’t want to do anything. She won’t read, listen to music, do crosswords, jigsaws or anything. The television is on, but she doesn’t really watch it.

Alzheimer’s has turned her into a living shell.

Yesterday, 20th September was also my friend’s birthday. She’s 84 years old and an incredible person. She’s got no signs of Alzheimer, has all her wits about her and remains very active despite having a bad leg, which has caused her discomfort for several years.

She’s always upbeat though despite the fact she’s likely to just drop dead any minute. Apparently it runs in the family. Her mother and father, two brothers and a sister all went the same way. They had massive heart attacks and died on the spot.

My friend thinks it will be a great way to go and says she’s not worried, but as a widow she lives alone so has made arrangements with her immediate neighbours to keep an eye out for her. If her blinds aren’t raised by a certain time in the morning they have to come and check she’s okay.

One morning she decided to have a lie in and woke to find two concerned individuals in her bedroom, so now, even if she’s tired, she’ll get up, raise the blinds, and then go back to bed.

She makes me smile and I’m so glad she hasn’t got any memory problems.

Both my mother-in-law and my friend are of similar age. However, their lifestyles have been very different.

One has led a relatively sheltered life, doing very little physical labour, wearing make-up and body creams, having regular perms and hair colourings, and spending much of her time indoors.

The other has worked outside all her life, worn little makeup and rarely had anything other than a cut and blow-dry on her hair. She always has home cooked meals, and until her 80th birthday had NEVER been out for a meal!

Apparently, there are over 100 different types of dementia and Alzheimers disease  is responsible for many of them. Brain cells get destroyed and people get memory problems, mood changes and communication difficulties.

It’s not nice and one survey I heard of said people are more frightened of losing their mind than they are of getting cancer.

I’m one of them.

Of course, we all hope we’ll never get either, and there are some things you can do to prevent both. It’s no good relying on the medical industry for miracle cures. There aren’t any and even if there were, do you think we’d find out about them?

There’s not much money in “cures”!

It’s weird though the way doctors acknowledge they have no idea what causes Alzheimer’s or Cancer, and yet are able to prescribe medication for them.

How can that be?

Anyway, if my friend is anything to go by we can all do a lot to help ourselves by eating sensibly, exercising regularly and stop putting the toxic junk in and on our bodies. (Shameless plug here – if you haven’t read my free e-book on skincare products, read it now, while you still can!).

Another book you could read is The Alzheimer’s Reversing Breakthrough, which is full of useful information about the root cause of alzheimer’s (indeed all sickness and disease), and more importantly, how to get your body to heal itself.

I’ve read it and it’s good.

I think it’s too late for my mother-in-law, but certainly not for me.

How about you?



Coached By Millionaires? Yes Please!

I was once told the greatest investment I could ever make would be in myself, so when I heard about Coached By Millionaires, I was eager to investigate.

I’m glad I did.

One of my favourite marketers is Russell Brunson. Apart from the fact he’s an internet superstar, he’s also humble, modest and well respected by his customers and peers. He seems, by all accounts, just a really nice guy.

Anyway, part of the Coached By Millionaires monthly subscription is video internet training by Russell and it’s good – make that, very good!

Of course he’s not the only millionaire featured, after all, the product is called Coached By Millionaires (plural). There are also contributions from the likes of Brian Tracy, Robert  Allen, Dan Kennedy and Joe Sugarman, to name  just a few.

Each month you get motivational and practical tips via newsletter, audio and video, and if  you’re that way inclined, there’s also a automated marketing system built in.

One thing I got which I wasn’t expecting, was a bonus of FIFTY, simple to follow, training videos on how to do internet marketing.

That was a nice surprise, but even without that I certainly think Coached By Millionaires is worth the money.

I’ve just listened to a really great bit of motivation from Egan Inoue who has been 5 times MMA champion, 2 times Racquetball champion, a and 2 times Brazilian Ju Jitsu champion.  His advice is to take little steps and work towards what you want otherwise you’ll end up thinking

I could have,
I should have
I would have…

Don’t  be one of those people.

Do yourself a favour and invest in yourself too!

Good Luck!

Coached By Millionaires

What Has GDI Got To Do With The King Of Western Samoa?


What has GDI (Global Domains International) got to do with the King of Western Samoa


Interestingly just two letters.

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