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Back issues here Issue 259 | Feb 2nd 2003

Letter from Phil

when loss of life occurs, especially a tragedy in the public view like that of the space shuttle Columbia yesterday, your heart goes out to the families involved.

It also makes you think about your own life, and the lives of your own families. How easily - how suddenly - your life can be changed

It didn't seem appropriate to put out a regular newsletter today, talking about affiliate programs and online I'm not.

I just want to say that although I often write that you've got to work hard and long hours to make it online, don't fall into the trap of spending all your time working on your web business.

Don't neglect your family and friends. Don't spend long hours locked away on your computer when you should be playing with your children or talking to your partner.

And think about your web business ethics. Maybe you need to re-evaluate the way you approach this online business. Life's too short.

Don't be a bad guy.

Don't rip people off.

Don't cause ill feeling.

Don't get yourself into the situation where you hype products just to try and make some fast money at the expense of someone else.

Ok, that's it for today, except for an appeal from my friend, online marketer and heart surgeon Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian.

I'll maybe send a regular newsletter mid week. If not, well see you next weekend...

1. Heart Appeal...

Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian, heart surgeon and webmaster of 'Heart Disease Online' has joined an effort to help children with birth defects of the heart receive medical treatment.

"A Day For Hearts: Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Day" is a global publicity event that focuses attention on the deadly problem of heart defects in kids. The aim: to spread awareness about the problem and raise funds to help some children get a chance to live.

None of the hundreds of people helping with this, including Dr.Mani, make a cent from it. 100% of the funds raised goes towards treating *heart kids* And this is done in the most cost-effective manner, by funding treatment at centers of excellence where expenses are the least.

Think for a moment about a child you love. Imagine how you'd feel if that child had a heart condition. Then think about how bad it would be if this child couldn't have it treated. Then ask yourself if you would do something to help, to make sure this won't happen to another child somewhere else. A child without access to medical attention, or with a family that's simply too poor to afford the cost of lifesaving treatment.

Whatever you might have thought, it doesn't take a fortune to get heart defects treated. In fact heart surgery can be done for as little as $2500

Now imagine the power you have. If you, and a few hundred more people like you, help with as little as $5 or $10, we could easily raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for *heart kids*. And if each one tells five more friends to do the same, the impact could be greater.

You could save a child's life - literally.

Do whatever you can. Every little bit adds up - fast. Start today. Go to

And please, spread the word. Forward this note to anyone you
think might be willing to help out. Tell your friends, family, customers, contacts - everyone.

Then treat yourself to a smile. You'll have earned it.

GIVE -- so a child may live!

Support 'A DAY FOR HEARTS : Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Day'

Help form a CHAIN OF LOVE today...




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