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Take Action Get Profits with Michel Scism and Her Guest Mara Glazer & Wesley Murph

Mara Glazer used to be a miserable slave to a corporate job in the NYC fashion industry (I say “slave” because making 35k a year in the BIG APPLE should be illegal!). I had no money. I lived in a strange city with no friends, and to top it off, my boss was a b*tch (more like a MEGA B*TCH! to be exact!) Luckily, I don’t have to worry about that anymore. Now, I own a wildly successful business that allows for me to spend time with my amazing friends and family when I WANT to, travel the world as I please, and work through my bucket list on the regular. Now, I don’t say this to brag. Not at all. I say this to let you know what’s possible because if a 28-year-old girl like me can learn to do it, a girl who struggled through school so much that some of my teachers straight out gave up on me (true story! – Actually I’ll share it below on this page), then you can learn to do it, too. http://maraglazer.com


In 2006, Wesley Murph left a successful career in medical sales to start a pet business.  Crazy ... I know.  But I built one of the largest (and most successful) pet businesses in the world ... using tons of direct response marketing campaigns that I wrote myself. I even got my pet business on Cesar Millan's popular TV show called The Dog Whisperer (using a sales letter I wrote), which delivered millions of dollars in free advertising to my business. Next, I started a home-based freelance business ... where
I write direct marketing campaigns to help my clients get and keep customers ... and that business has taken off by leaps and bounds too. http://wesleymurph.com

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