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Lynne Schlumpf

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Napoleon Hill, famous author of an equally famous book, “Think And Grow Rich", discussed a concept you can use to build your website's fortress against failure.

I recommend this book everytime I meet someone who has that “fire" in their eyes, so if you haven't read it, I recommend it highly!

This concept is one that many website companies use already to ensure they meet all the needs of their target audience.

This concept Dr. Hill wrote about was the “Master Mind Theory". It's the “strength in numbers" concept. Many famous men he was fortunate to interview like Henry Ford attributed this practice as being one of the main reasons their companies were so strong.

They were convinced they could not have grown their corporations as large without the power of several minds coming together.

You can use this principle to create alliances that will outlive other companies on the Internet. I'm sure you've been watching all those Dot-Coms fall down like dominoes lately!

Some people shy away from alliances because they want to keep their company secrets to themselves. You can still keep some secrets and share a few. There are hundreds in your mind, I am sure!

Seek out other website owners with similar or even not so similar talents and interests. Write ebooks together, colloborate and build new websites together, or just about anything you feel like doing.

Brain-storming will make all of you powerful, and chances are 100 to 1 that whatever you come up with together will be far more powerful than anything you could've done on your own.

The Internet was built on community and sharing. Find someone to share your successes with!

Success to you!

Lynne Schlumpf

About The Author

Lynne Schlumpf is the CEO of a very successful ecommerce store, Route 66 Cyber Cafe, and the author of the new book “The Little Website That Could" Win a copy of this new book at this website! http://www.littlewebsitethatcould.net


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