36 Paths To Creating Powerful Joint Ventures Through Social Media

 by Kary Rogney

joint+venture+secretsThe other night I got off the phone with one of my online buddies…

The house was all dark and quiet and everyone was fast asleep. I was nowAMPED and WIDE awake because of the conversation I had just had.

I have to be honest with you… I keep getting ‘slapped’ upside the head with HUGE “Ah-ha!” moments, and feel that it is finally time I share with you and completely EXPOSE an online ‘wealth creator’ that not many people in social media talk about or even know exists…

And that is the JOINT VENTURE…

Now I know, I know. It doesn’t sound glamorous or exotic. And for most people those words sound too full of ‘business’ and ‘work’ and no fun. But the joint venture is far from that, and I’m going to share with you why!

About a year ago, when I first came online I was very blessed by some specialized knowledge and happened to tap into some GREAT MENTORING (Jonathan Bud) that led me to focusing on creating relationships and exposure in social media. Again, if it all sounds too simple, let me ask you this…

Of the people you are connected with on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, or your blog, how many of them have you actually talked to on the phone or Skype? And how many have called you, not to pitch or sell you on anything, but to join you in business, as a partner, or want your mentoring?

There is a reason that most people aren’t seeing any success online, because they are doing social media marketing ALL WRONG!! And I know most people actually KNOW this information, but don’t APPLY this knowledge effectively or persistently…

Boiled down… you want to Educate, Enlighten, Entertain, Encourage, and Inspire people with your messages and videos. (Katie Freiling is a perfect example of this.) If you are doing this, you will ‘attract’ and ‘draw’ people to YOU like bees to honey! If you don’t make these changes, you won’t have a chance to succeed in the social media arena. That’s just the plain TRUTH…

The reason I’m sharing this with you today is because a Joint Venture will never have a chance of surfacing if you don’t bring ‘value’ to the world you are engaging!

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So let’s get into some examples and details of what can be done to encourage people to KNOW, LIKE, AND TRUST you and ultimately want to learn from, join, or partner with you in business.

  1. Relationship Building: Remember it’s about keeping the focus on others, asking questions, and listening for their Strengths, Interests, Goals, and Needs (SIGN). I like to visualize a spot light on them, keeping it off of me. People love to talk about themselves, and you will be thought of fondly by them as a great conversationalist.
  2. Earning Trust: The fastest way to lose this is to be ‘pitching’ your gig to them right out of the gate. Approach people in a support role. Give, give, give…
  3. Building Value: Ninety percent of your messages and content need to be of value to your audience. Ten percent or less should be based around promoting some sort of product or service you market. Be careful in the way you do this though… Create the promotion around a question or open ended thought.
  4. Be A Good Communicator: Be clear and concise. Focus on what your audience would be interested in. Look directly into the camera lens if using video. They are asking themselves, “What’s in it for me?” as they engage you, too.
  5. Use Social Media Strategies: Leverage the power of the social media sites. That is take advantage of the massive amount of traffic there. Get training from those with proven results in this arena.
  6. Use Tools And Systems: Putting these together will maximize your results online. Make sure you have the ability to capture leads, follow up with them, and create more exposure for yourself. There are many such tools and systems to choose from…
  7. Create A Blog: By far the most powerful strategy to have today in marketing is a personal WordPress blog. This is your ‘home’, the place where you can invite your new friend to learn everything about you. This is where you are able to build your personal brand and share your knowledge and personality with the world.
  8. Create Social Proof: People want to see who you are connected with. They ask themselves, “Are people interested in your content?” People won’t spend much time on a site that looks like a ghost town. That’s why your relationships are SO important!
  9. Promote Others: Get out there and ReTweet great content on blogs, comment on them, promote and tag people on Facebook, create a Facebook Fan Page that helps support others and their ability to self promote, ‘buzz’ other people’s content on Twitter with a genuine “shout out” about something of value that someone you want to know has created, etc…
  10. Be Transparent And Authentic: Don’t just talk marketing and MLM… that isn’t who you REALLY are! Connect everything to a personal experience or story that people can relate to.
  11. Show Your Personal Side: Tell stories about struggles, victories, family life, hobbies, interests, dreams, goals, passions… just typing these words gets me excited!
  12. Use Video: This is the one medium that lets people see into your soul, connecting with the real person you are. Text and emails can’t come close to making a genuine first impression like video can. Send personal video messages on Facebook. I can’t tell you how many people have flipped out and told me how awesome it was to receive a video message from me. And that I was the first person to ever do that. And that they were going to start doing the same…
  13. Offer A Mentoring Program: Believe it or not. You are most likely ready to do this now… Let me explain. Would you say that you probably know more than most people about marketing online? Because you’re here right now, I’m assuming you’re swimming in the same waters with people that have taught you a lot about this topic. Now you can take that to the next level. Create your blog and offer mentoring. Put a PayPal button on there and away you go. Here’s a post that shares how to do that and how to brainstorm a niche for mentoring.
  14. Promote Your “Tribe”: Find people who offer high-value content and promote them on the social media sites and on their blog. An amazing thing will happen. They will reciprocate and you will reap HUGE REWARDS for this philosophy.
  15. Engage People Everywhere: Show appreciation, comment on interesting ideas, ask questions, relate what you read to your own stories and get people to think and respond back to you… This is what creates the magnetic effect with people who GET THIS!! Start doing this immediately!
  16. Refer People To Others (Be A ‘Connector’): Maybe it’s not a match for you to work with someone you know, but you just met someone else who would be… Connect them up. You’ll be amazed at what will come back to you when you GIVE UNCONDITIONALLY!

Here are Five Powerful Laws Of Stratospheric Success (From The Go-Giver Book) to consider…

  • The Law Of Value: Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment.
  • The Law Of Compensation: Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them.
  • The Law Of Influence: Your influence is determined by how abundantly you place other people’s interests first.
  • The Law Of Authenticity: The most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself.
  • The Law Of Receptivity: The key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving.

These ideas have been some of the most influential concepts that have shaped the way I do business and relate to people.

So now that you have 100′s or 1,000′s of more meaningful, ‘connected’ relationships, you now have an incredible asset to work with. Obviously growing your list of subscribers fits in here as well… because you can continue to communicate to them at will ’til the end of time. And they will be VERY responsive if you follow the lessons outlined above!

The whole time you were developing those relationships it was like putting money into the bank. When it comes time to request a withdrawal, you’ll have EARNED that opportunity.

Is this all starting to make sense???


But you haven’t even seen the FUN part! The part where you can create a significant income while having fun with these new friends…

Here is a significant list of the many creative and lucrative ventures you can develop:

  1. Host Webinars (Free or Paid): This will still lead people to your information, products, or services.
  2. Create Info Products: DVD’s, CD’s, eBooks, Membership Site. Too many people don’t think they have enough value to bring to the table. But THAT IS A FREAKING LIE YOU NEED TO QUIT TELLING YOURSELF!
  3. Form A Tribe Or Content Syndication Partnership:
  4. Create A Team Around A Network Marketing Product: Delegate marketing duties based on strengths; PPC, video, blogging, contacts, list building, social media, etc…
  5. Cross Promote Each Others Products/Services:
  6. Create Your Own Affiliate Programs For Information, Products, Or Services: Enlist your friends to help you with content, exposure, and marketing. Share the profits.
  7. Become Affiliates To Each Others Stuff:
  8. Create A Blog Together: Share or rotate the leads, rotate submitting content, build an SEO strategy together…
  9. Create A Marketing Co-Op: Generate and share leads with Pay-Per-Click (PPC), share costs of programs like GoToWebinar or things that have a monthly cost.
  10. Create An Exclusive Community: Post exclusive information, videos, and discussions…
  11. Form A Support Network: The goal is to help each other succeed. Through this many great ideas for partnerships surface.
  12. Start A ‘Power Hour’: Carve out one hour per week where you meet on Skype and jump from blog to blog, commenting, retweeting, and submitting posts to social bookmarking sites…
  13. Be A Guest Writer On Someone Else’s Blog: Approach a highly trafficked blog owner, and ask them if it would be possible to submit a guest blog post. This would be considered your most incredible content. Yes, your best! Give it away! So you can get exposure with your best ideas out there…
  14. Invite Other Top Bloggers To Submit A Guest Blog Post To Your Site: Go for it! You never know, after you’ve put some time into developing the relationship, they may just say yes! Wahoo!
  15. Interview Others: Find experts in niche markets that may be of interest to your friends and followers of your blog. You can also create a CD offer or bonus offer with that content.
  16. Offer To Be Interviewed: Many bloggers will jump at the chance to host an interview with you if you offer great value in your content.

…and there are many, many more ideas I’m sure. Please add yours in the comment section below.

Like I’ve shared in the past about monetizing your blog… you now have the tools to go out and monetize the relationships you have built.



I launched my blog 3 months ago, and last month I had 9 people join me in my main business opportunity (with a half dozen more sitting on the fence ready to jump in any day), I’m part of a leadership team launching a NEW company right now, I’m personally mentoring 4 new people on a weekly basis, my ‘core’ tribe is launching a webinar training series on Marketing With Tribes, information products are being created, advanced mentoring programs are being established, membership sites are being co-created, exclusive affiliate programs are being launched, and several other things I’m not at liberty to talk about…

I’m sharing this not to BRAG or SHOW OFF… but to encourage you. YOU CAN DO THIS, TOO!

If this is a new idea for you and you’re new to online marketing, I have an ‘Encouraging Message’ for you here as well.

And really… what are you waiting for?


Let me share with you how I would get started on this grand adventure…

  1. Make sure and subscribe to several marketing professionals’ newsletters. After a while the cream will rise to the surface and you’ll truly know who offers the best information on the web for getting the job done!
  2. Connect with the marketing geniuses that you admire. Engage them with questions. Probe them for gold nuggets of information. Better yet invest in your own personal growth and training to hone your skills in this unique industry.
  3. Get personal one-on-one mentoring. I know for a fact that the people I’ve been mentored by or the people I personally mentor get a MILLION TIMES more accomplished because of the accountability and personal attention received. Duh… that’s why the world’s best athletes and musicians all have personal coaches, trainers, or teachers!
  4. I’d love to hear form you on my blog and on the social media sites. Look me up and let me know how things are going for you AFTER you start taking MASSIVE action on this information today.

I wish for you the best and all that life has to offer. It’s ALL IN YOUR HANDS NOW. What people do with this kind of knowledge is what separates the 97% from the 3% out there. Which will you be?

Kary Rogney

PS And finally, I have to thank Jonathan Budd for all that he’s done to help train and support me in my online adventure!

And btw, I always appreciate the ReTweet. And let’s drive down the conversation and ideas on this post. Ask questions and let your voice be heard. It’s all about engaging and interacting. Why not start here for a warm up?

Well, you’re sitting on the ‘blueprint’ to build your dynasty and to leave your powerful mark and legacy behind for future generations. What direction will your life go now?

I look forward to getting to know you soon, my friends…

“FREE Video: ‘Tribe Mastery Intensive’… For Those Of You Who Want To Leverage The Power Of The Tribe, Blogging, & Social Media To Syndicate Content And Gain Massive Exposure… You Won’t Want To Miss Out On This Opportunity To Learn From My Tribe…”


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  • Posted by Donny Gamble on November 15, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    Hey Kary,

    This is a very powerful post that I will keep coming back to several times to actually indulge in all of this powerful information. I will definitely be featuring this in my new series on my blog “MLM Syndication Sunday.” People are attracted to people who offer positive advice without pitching their business before actually getting to know the person first. If you take the time to develop relationships with people instead of trying to sell them something, you will realize that people will be begging you to partner up with you. I recommend that everyone connects with Kary because he has a lot of valuable information to offer you. The value that is put into this post is unmatched and I recommend that everyone bookmark and retweet this post because I think that everyone needs to learn from this post.
    .-= Donny Gamble´s last blog ..MLM Syndication Sunday =-.

  • Posted by George Fourie on November 15, 2009 at 8:29 pm

    Kary, WOW! That will be hands down the best front to back tutorial on JV’s and how to simply take action!

    It’s really impressive to see how you have made a major ‘dent’ in social media and blogging and you’ve just gotten started.

    BIG success is coming your way and there’s no way you can turn that button off! :)
    .-= George Fourie´s last blog ..MLM Blogs: Pop Corn, Movies and Beating MLM Failure With A Stick =-.

    • Posted by admin on November 15, 2009 at 9:06 pm

      Hey George! Thanks man! I can’t believe what is happening
      my friend. Almost more than I can handle! LOL Tough problem
      to have, eh?

      You are such an inspiration to me. I love your blog community
      concept. Keep pouring out the value… I’ve been taking note
      on your relationship building skills. And you are the master!

      Thanks for your friendship and encouragement. I appreciate
      all that you do. The “Tribe” has spoken! LOL


  • Posted by George Fourie on November 16, 2009 at 12:31 am

    Yip, when it rains, it pours!

    I think the best lesson for anyone new reading this post would be to acknowledge that just a little bit of patients is key.

    We all live in the world of ‘now’, but if you persist and doing a little bit each day (as long as you are doing the right things and being guided by an mentor with a PROVEN track record), success is inevitable.

    HaHa, Yes, the MIGHTY tribe has spoken! :)

  • Posted by Kathy Jodrey on November 16, 2009 at 3:24 am

    Wow Kary…you really give away the goods in this extensive, informative post! Anyone who follows this great advice is sure to dominate the Internet marketing scene, no problem.

    What I really like is the fact that you offer your readers hands on training. This can be overwhelming to many, but your mentoring program can help get anybody through the steps to creating success. Thanks for all you give in this post, and in whole to our community!
    .-= Kathy Jodrey´s last blog ..Search Engine Ranking Improvement Series – Part 1: Keywords =-.

  • Posted by Steve Hachey on November 16, 2009 at 10:46 am

    Kary my man…I am blown away by the content in this post and not only the content but by the amount of content. This, I believe, is your best work thus far! Incredible information, amazing content, so much value!

    Do you sleep at all?

    We need to get this in front of as many people as we can.

    I think you are an amazing leader in the Social Arena and are well on your way to being one of the most well respected Leaders in our Industry!

    Too many people are trying to build all by themselves as opposed to locking arms, forming Joint Ventures and educating as many people as we can.

    Glad to have met you and look forward to continued success as a result of your teachings.
    Have a blessed week.

    .-= Steve Hachey´s last blog ..Are You A Twit Or A Tweeter? =-.

  • Posted by Scott Mueller on November 16, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    Great Job, Kary!
    What a fantastic amount of useful information. I have been a huge fan of Bob Burg’s and his earlier book, Endless Referrals. This post offers so much, I especially like the idea of the Power Hour and can’t wait to work it into my marketing!
    Thanks again for sharing!

  • Posted by Steven on November 16, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Hey Kary

    This is truly a powerful post that you have done on JV’s. Everything about what one would need to be doing to generate a joint venture is here. You also have put in so much as to why someone needs to be looking and open to joint ventures.

    Great post Kary.

    Talk later.


  • Posted by David Kluge on November 17, 2009 at 8:50 am

    Hi Kary,

    You gave away the keys to the social media kingdom buddy! A real blueprint to use in creating success with social media for you and for the others in your tribe. You provide a clear and concise blueprint for us all to use and put into action. Keep rocking and thanks for the value you bring :)

    Talk soon,


  • Posted by Jackie Bigford on November 17, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    Hi Kary,
    This is my first visit to your blog and based on the value that you share on your Facebook Fanpage…this certainly was not disappointing.

    Your genuine interest to share to push others to succeed is very apparent and I know that I will be referencing this article over the next couple of weeks as I begin to build my relationship marketing strategies to bring like minded individuals into my own “Tribe”…

    I am in the process of launching my own blog and I will certainly link back to this very articulate, well thought out and useful post.

    I will also be back, I love to learn from someone who loves to teach and share.

    .-= Jackie Bigford´s last blog ..JackiesBuzz: RT @karyrogney 36 Paths To Creating Powerful Joint Ventures Through Social Media =-.

  • Posted by Fredric on November 17, 2009 at 8:40 pm

    Hi Kary,

    You’ve packed a tremendous amount of highly valuable information into what could have easily been a series yet pulled it off in one blog post.

    A lot of material has been covered here and has been incorporated into an easy to read yet comprehensive list of detailed strategies.

    It is clear why the cream always rises to the top (plenty of cream here). Keep up the great work!

    .-= Fredric´s last blog ..Ganesha: Remover Of Obstacles & Patron Saint Of Personal Development =-.

  • Posted by Mike Feil on November 18, 2009 at 9:33 am


    Great post! I think the most important thing in this post is the fact that we need to bring the people that we meet online offline so we can start to really engage in meaningful dialogue. This is what we did and now things are blowing up and great things are happening. I apprecaite your friendship and partnership. Keep it up man!

    .-= Mike Feil´s last blog ..I Just Keep On Giving =-.

  • Posted by Dave Anderson on November 18, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    Great Stuff Kary. Just RT’d this. I absolutely love your style. Keep it up. Looking forward to getting to know you more.

    Have a great one!

    Dave Anderson
    .-= Dave Anderson´s last blog ..How To Use Intention Setting To Unlock Your Infinite Power =-.

  • Posted by Dr Chris on November 18, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Blimey Kary,

    I leave you alone for 6 weeks and you go and create an empire!

    Dr Chris
    .-= Dr Chris´s last blog ..Quackbusting the Quackbusters part 2 =-.

  • Posted by Eric Goldstein on November 19, 2009 at 6:00 am

    Hey Kary!

    Super duper POWERFUL post here! You’ve
    shared tons of VALUE here… this is really
    the nuts and bolts of building a biz online.

    I see a lot of people out there trying to do
    things all on their own… once people get the
    concept of building tribes and creating JV
    relationships, things go to a whole new level.

    Thanks again buddy!
    .-= Eric Goldstein´s last blog ..I’m Running A Marathon… Why I’m Doing This?? =-.

  • Posted by Jhanna Dawson on November 19, 2009 at 9:25 am


    This is probably one of the most value packed blog posts I have ever come across. One that I’ll be bookmarking and coming back to in order to get the most out of it.

    You are an attribute to this community and more. Thank you!

    In Gratitude,

    Jhanna Dawson

  • Posted by buff elting on November 19, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    Wow, you are really knocking it out of the park here Kary!
    the value you are sharing is unbelievable and I feel so
    fortunate to have this tiny (so far) connection to you.
    Thanks for always giving so much – you set an amazing example
    to follow.

    Thank you so much,
    Buff Elting
    .-= buff elting´s last blog ..One Foot Over The Line: Fear vs Trust =-.

  • Posted by Mars on November 20, 2009 at 8:04 am

    Very informative and detailed.
    Thanks for all the info.

  • Posted by Nick Logan on November 20, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    Hey Kary. Way to break it down. If someone was to go down the list for the next 35 days, they would see a significant firestorm in their business.

    I’ve paid thousands of dollars for different seminars and only walked away with one gem. You’ve laid it all out there for FREE.

    Love it…
    .-= Nick Logan´s last blog ..Blogging Tips…Your VERY 1st Step =-.

  • Posted by Dave and Dawn on November 22, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    What a great post Kary!

    A lot of wonderful information with true value and content!

    Dave and Dawn
    .-= Dave and Dawn´s last blog ..What Network Company Should You Choose? =-.

  • Posted by Cassie Strom on November 23, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    Hey Kary,
    Wow… AMAZING Post. Especially the Five Powerful Laws Of Stratospheric Success… the Go-Giver is a book i’ve been meaning to read :)
    .-= Cassie Strom´s last blog ..There are NO Winners in the BLAME GAME… =-.

    • Posted by admin on November 24, 2009 at 11:32 am

      Thanks Cassie! I have a review of the book
      here on my blog as well… Have a great day!

  • Posted by Theresa Moss on November 24, 2009 at 9:57 am

    Fantastic information, Kary!
    I will digest and review over the Thanksgiving Holiday
    (while giving thanks that I am connected to such a giver!)
    I noticed # 16 mentioned being a “connector”. Did you read “The Tipping Point”? I am in the middle of it now and he does a whole section about how what a “connector” is and how important their role is in starting a trend.
    Happy Holidays, Kary
    .-= Theresa Moss´s last blog ..Thanks =-.

    • Posted by admin on November 24, 2009 at 11:31 am

      The “Connector” is something I learned from the book The Go-Giver…
      I have a review on my blog about it if you’re interested as well. :)

  • Posted by Jon Alfredsson on December 02, 2009 at 9:46 am


    This is Awesome Knowledge and something every entrepreneur should know (which they unfortunately don’t).
    JV’s is deifinitely where the money is and it’s strange that it’s still such an unused way for making money online.

    Thanks for sharing so much great knowledge. You over deliver every blog post!(and that’s the best way to attract people of course :) Can’t wait for your next post and I am curious about what it’s gonna be about! :)

    Take care and speak soon!
    Dr Jon
    .-= Jon Alfredsson´s last blog ..Follow Friday Strategy – Do You Have One? =-.

  • Posted by Kimberly Castleberry on December 02, 2009 at 4:52 pm

    Kary, Wow what a powerful powerful post! The point about becoming a connector really struck me. Too many people today are so rooted in fear and lack that they have trouble sending business to someone else (and thus in their eyes, away from themselves). However it is the connectors that get remembered. The people that were strong enough to say “I know just the person to help you with that…” Then you become a resource in the seekers eyes. It also keeps you working from a place of abundance and thus bringing better and better things your way! Great stuff!

    .-= Kimberly Castleberry´s last blog ..New IntenseDebate + CommentLuv Integration! =-.

  • Posted by Martian on December 04, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    You made some good points there. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your blog.

  • Posted by Glenn Arcaro on December 04, 2009 at 6:22 pm

    What a tremendous post here Kary. I think this officially the “bible of joint ventures”

    What can I say? Fantastic job buddy!

  • Posted by iLearningglobal on January 13, 2010 at 4:59 am

    All I can say is WOW!.. very informative one Kary very nice post. A lot of learning. THANKS!
    Keep on sharing!

  • Posted by Debbie Turner on January 19, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    Geepers Kary, this ebook (hint :) ) is awesome. It’s what every social media want to be’er should consult. Perfect examples how to connect for JV partnerships.

    Thanks for the great content you continue to provide.

  • Posted by Tone Floreal on January 25, 2010 at 3:03 am

    Wholy Moly, Kary Dude! Did you ever over-deliver on this one!?
    Blows me away how you find the time and energy to do all
    that you do while being a full-time first grade teacher and
    family man on top of all this. You are an Inspiration!

    This one piece alone is so valuable yet you just gave it away
    for free. You have the heart of gold. :)

    Thank You!
    .-= Tone Floreal´s last blog ..Rhythm & Flow =-.

  • Posted by Kylie Doak on January 31, 2010 at 5:59 am

    Hi Kary

    What an excellent post! Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Kylie ~
    .-= Kylie Doak´s last blog ..Are You Focusing on What You Can’t Do, Rather Than What You Can? =-.

  • Posted by Kerry Beae on February 07, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    Hi Kary
    This was a brilliant and very valuable content you are offering and you are true to you word about offering ‘value’and being a giver first. I have found this extremely empowering and helpful..that it has inspired me to write about it. So many are making the mistake of pitching their COMPANY first all over the Social Media Sites. Well done and thanks
    Kerry Beare

  • Posted by Ken Pickard on February 11, 2010 at 1:18 am


    What an excellent post my friend. We could spend
    days on each of these areas. In fact i would encourage
    everyone reading all these tips to take come back and
    grab each one of these nuggets… digest the content,
    the power and leverage they have to offer.

    If we all could gleam just a little from each step
    there would be thousands of new blogs posts tomorrow.
    Thank you for your never ending leadership.

    Ken Pickard
    The Network Dad
    .-= Ken Pickard´s last blog ..My Top 3 Social Sites =-.

  • Posted by Venus :) on April 07, 2010 at 8:38 pm


    Wow! Another pile of gold you are giving away! You truly are a great giver and live and operate by the Laws you are teaching us. Walk your talk with praxis is a favorite of mine and you sure are doing it wonderfully.
    The light in me honors the light in you ~ Namaste,
    Venus :)
    .-= Venus :) ´s last blog ..The Law of Laws (part 4) =-.

  • Posted by Jim Koeneman on May 30, 2010 at 1:09 am

    Kary – Great post. You come through again with very useful and valuable information for your Tribe. I will be pursuing this approach soon. Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
    Jim Koeneman
    My Blog:

  • Posted by Kris on November 04, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    Wonderful post. Great Ideas! Thanks for spreading the knowledge and wealth!
    .-= Kris´s last blog ..Comment on Leadership- Developing Discipline by eastlandgrl =-.

  • Posted by mendelcreager on February 23, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    Great blog Kary , you truly are a inspiration to learn from , thanks so much just for being you , you rock man !! aloha nui , your friend mendel creager
    mendelcreager´s last [type] ..A Choice Towards Positive Evolution

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