Past Lives and Present Love: Examples of Tragedy to Happiness

Your current love life is the result of your past life actions, according to the theories of reincarnation and karma.

However, not all bad love life experiences are the result of bad karma. Your soul chooses experiences for growth, and some present day negative situations may be the result of best intentions in past lives.

Similarly, good love life experiences can be the result of good karma. Below are examples of past life suffering that led to happy love lives.

Sacrifice For Love

She respected and loved her wealthy employer so much that she took the fall when he was accused of something he didn’t do and suffered the rest of her life for it. He loved her too, but couldn’t save her, let alone marry her, due to his position in the community.

In this life they’re married and enjoy a beautiful relationship. Her not having to work ever again due to his wealth is a nice reward for her this time.

Hard Work Pays Off

Though he was poor and didn’t have the status most women look for, she loved him for who he was and didn’t care about what others thought.

Today they’re together again, their subconscious memories of their love and happy past lives together the glue that binds them. Their hard work in past lives has paid off and this time they enjoy the good life.

Sexually Confident

She had no sexual shame and believed there was nothing wrong with a single woman having sex. Unfortunately, her community didn’t feel the same; she was banished from the town for being intimate with a man to whom she wasn’t married.

Today she’s still sexually confident, but this time she’s a sex symbol and in a very public relationship with a man she loves.

Unconditional Love

He was completely devoted to her and always put her first, even though she did not respect him. When she left him he accepted it and even helped her move on with her life.

This lifetime he feels so fortunate to be in a relationship of equal love, respect, and devotion.

A Public Example

As a young homosexual couple in love, they were put to death for refusing to lie about their relationship. The village made an example of them to discourage other homosexuals from being themselves.

Today they’re both gay again, and feel so grateful they’re happy together, now with the support and love of friends and family. They’re a public example again, but this time of love and being true to yourself.

Overcame Fear of Being Alone

She spent several lifetimes unhappily single due to circumstances her soul chose for growth.

Now that she learned the lessons she needed to, this life is a reward: She’s never had to work hard at her love life; things just fall into place for her, though she’s quite content being single too. Her inner strength and the fact that she overcame a fear of being alone a long time ago is absolutely part of her happy love life equation.

Happy Together Again

They had a wonderful relationship, but while at the beach one day, he lost his life saving a young boy from drowning.

They’re together again in this life and the subconscious memories of their strong bond and loss cause them to deeply cherish their relationship. They have a young son (who was the boy he saved), and they’re very happy.

The Super Affiliates Check List For Choosing A Product To Promote!

Super affiliates have a full proof method of selecting the right product to promote!
They have rules that they stick to every time they have to chose. Here is the check list that a super affiliate uses:

1. The sales copy

The sales copy must have good quality! If it is well written and makes the super affiliate want to buy the product, then he will buy it, check it and if it has value he will promote it. The super affiliate knows that if the sales letter made him get the product, then it’s very likely that others will do the same!

2. The price of the product

Super affiliates think outside the box! They don’t say “Hey, this software costs 300$!
No one is going to buy it! I’ll go and look for one that’s cheaper!”, they go “Hmm… if this product has value, then I will earn a pretty good commission from it! I’ll get it and see if it really is that good!”.

A super affiliate knows that if a product seems relatively expensive (for example 300$)
and at the same time it has a good to great sales letter, then they have to test the product!
Why is that? Because, they know that this product might just be worth a lot more then it’s actual price!!! And if this is the case, then it will generate huge sales!

This doesn’t mean that super affiliates promote only high priced products! Not even close! They have products that sell for 67$, 47$, 27$ and even 7$! This is because the products are valuable and it brings them another source or income (even if they only get
3 $ per sale, the product is more likely to sell – if it has great bonuses- just because no one wants to loose the opportunity of getting something that’s worth 200$ or even 500$ for the price of 7$)!

3. The commission that the merchant is offering

Super affiliates want great commissions for promoting something. The higher the better!

They look for one tier affiliate programs and two tier ones.

A one-tier commission program will pay out a certain percentage on each sale you make.

A two-tier commission program will pay out a percentage on each sale you make plus another percentage of any sales made through your referral.

The super affiliate promotes a product, someone buys it (and the super affiliate gets the commission) and then the guy that initially bought becomes an affiliate for that product and promotes it to someone else who buys (the super affiliate gets another commission which is usually not very large, but they add up quickly!)

This sound great, but there’s even something greater! It’s called recurring commissions and super affiliates love them!

Recurring means again and again and… When you promote a product that has this sort of commission then all you have to do is sell it once ( these are usually monthly memberships or hosting programs) and you get paid again when the buyer pays for next month and so on!

Now, you see why the super affiliates are absolutely thrilled about these sort of commission!

4. The quality of the product

When they chose a product, super affiliates make sure that this has great value! This ensures that they will sell the product and that they build trust with their buyers (which will become their prospects for other products they promote in the future). Trust is very important for the super affiliates, because trust means more money in the future!

Also, they look for hidden benefits that the product might have and make that a key selling point in their promotions! By doing this, a super affiliate gets a head start over the others affiliates, because not anyone can find the hidden benefits of a product!

5. Does the product fit in with the strategy?

Super affiliates have plans and strategies that they stick to no matter what! That’s mainly the reason for their success: they don’t go chasing after every hot new product just because everyone is promoting it! If the product is in an area that they are not interested in or haven’t got a clue about, they just don’t promote it!

The super affiliates are often experts in just 2-3 niches! But they know their niche inside out and when a product in that specific niche comes out, then affiliates came to them to see if the product is good or not (if the super affiliate is promoting the product it means that it has a good value) and only after they start promoting.

It’s not unusual, for the super affiliates, to be asked if they are promoting a product by the members of their lists and the one that know them (this is trust at work!)! People go to super affiliates because they know they are experts and often they offer great bonuses for the products they promote!

7 Deadly Presentation Sins

Little things can hurt sales presentations. Here are 7 common mistakes if you are aware of them beforehand are easy to correct.

Sin #1 – Show an organization chart and tell the history of your department. Out of some misguided sense of direction, some salespeople feel compelled to show you, as the very first thing, an organizational chart of their department and where it fits into the grand scheme of things back at headquarters.

The irony is that they think they’re giving a good presentation and telling you just what you want to know. In fact, the people most interested in an organization chart are the people on the organization chart. And the only people who are interested in the history of a department are the people in the department.

Sin #2 – Do not explain the reason your “subject” has value to the audience. What may be obvious to you may not be obvious to your audience. People need a strong reason to listen and need to be told these reasons early on. Tell them why they should listen. What will they personally gain from listening.

Sin #3 – Use a presentation designed for one audience for an audience of ten or more.

Each presentation needs to be rethought as to how it applies to the new audience. Saying things that don’t apply to the new audience can greatly affect your credibility and lose the opportunity to show your sensitivity to their needs.

Sin #4 – Tell the audience more than they want to know. This sin is worse than just boring an audience – it is self-defeating. Look at it this way. You have heard 100s of presentations. Have you ever sat through a presentation and at the end of it heard someone say, “It was a great presentation, but it was too short.” No, people are more likely to say that it was terrible and too long.

Sin #5 – Turn the lights out and show slides or transparencies while reading a script. Dark rooms and barely seen speakers diminish a presenter’s effectiveness.

Sin #6 – Read verbatim every word on every visual. If your entire presentation consists of nothing but reading verbatim every word on every visual, then the audience can with good reason say, “I don’t have to come to your meeting. Just mail me a copy of the handout. I can read”.

Sin #7 – Do not rehearse – play it by ear. If you want to stumble, fumble, and sing off key, this is a sure way to do it. Presenting is easy to learn but hard to do. And that means rehearse, rehearse, rehearse.

The most important part of a presentation is the close, where you either accomplish your objective or you don’t. Do they believe? Do they agree? Will they commit? Will they act? Will they order? The answers to these questions tell you how well you accomplished your objective. The objective is a statement at the beginning – the audience gives you their answer at the end.