Tahitian Noni Blues

Friday, August 04, 2006

From Tahiti To Japan: Diplomatic Noni
(Prime Minister Receives Tahitian Noni Juice)
The ripples of the Chapter 2 launch of Tahitian Noni is still vibrating the noni world. In this report by our ever articulate Shon, he brings us the imagery of that ripples, enjoy:


When Oscar Temaru, president of French Polynesia, visited Japan as TNI’s special guest, he did more than just electrify Independent Product Consultants. He also took the opportunity to meet with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and share the Tahitian Noni® story with him.
The two had a wonderful meeting, during which President Temaru presented the prime minister with a gift basket that represented the very best from Tahiti. Among the gifts, of course, was a bottle of our very own TAHITIAN NONI® Juice! Prime Minister Koizumi was enchanted with the juice, and the two discussed noni at length. What a great impression on an incredibly influential world figure!
From family members and neighbors to movie stars and heads of state, TAHITIAN NONI® Juice is becoming known as The One Good Thing™ to people all around the globe.

Shon Whitney
Vice President,
Marketing Communications
Tahitian Noni International

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Achieve A Noni Success in 2006
Amira sent me this piece of motivational tips from Ander recently, and I enjoyed it, share the motivational joy with me:

“To believe in yourself and to follow your dreams, to have goals in life and a drive to succeed, and to surround yourself with the things and the people that make you happy - this is success!”
-Sasha Azevedo

Dear consultants,

If you look at this statement carefully you can pick out some pretty powerful words, and you will also notice that there is an order in which these words are placed throughout the statement.

Belief – Do you believe in yourself? Do you believe that you have the potential within yourself to accomplish those things that you want most? I hope that you do, because every single one of us has tremendous potential within ourselves.

Dreams – I LOVE THIS ONE!!! I dream every day, I dream in the morning, in the afternoon, at night. For me dreaming is like food for my well being. It gives me a sense of hope. My dad always told me “Dreaming is free” so I encourage you to dream, and dream BIG.

Goals – This is what takes your dreams from the “daydream” category and makes your dreams real. Having detailed and measurable goals will show you if you are on the right path to achieving your dreams.

Drive – This is a tricky one because it is not easy to obtain. Some people are born with it and others obtain it through financial problems or humiliating setbacks. I do believe though, that if you can implement the first three items in this list in your life (Belief, Dreams and Goals) you will establish the foundation for drive to develop. And as your dreams become more real your drive will increase.

Happiness – Something that is very important to understand is that if you are not happy right now, chances are that you will not be happy even if you reach your dreams. Happiness is not a destination but an everyday feeling that starts by identifying the many blessings that we have and being thankful for them. I have told many consultants in the past that if you are not happy doing this business, you are defeating the purpose of TNI and the industry.

Let's take sometime to reflect on these ideas and prepare ourselves for a very successful last 5 months of 2006.

Ander Barillas
Assistant Sales Manager – Business Development
Tahitian Noni International

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Happy Birthday, Noni Friends
In the next two weeks, some of my esteemed Noni friends on the Tahitian Noni Juice Board TNJ on Ryze would be celebrating their birthdays.

Juno Degener (8th August), Mike Moran (16th August), and Sekotan (9th August) would be a year older.

Mike has been exceptionally helpful in guiding and communicating with my Noni contacs in the heart of London. Sekotan is my Noni sister, a proud native American with a hand of a genius. Artist and web designer, she hopes to soon graduate from being a Noni drinker to a Consultant soon.

Lest I forget, Kim Bloomer (15th August), My Ezinearticles friend would be completing another lifecycle too. Happy birthday to you too.

Noni, Noni

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Hold It! Noni Holdman Calling: 2moro Saturday
Tomorrow, Saturday August 5 at 9am Pacific Time, 10am MST, Floyd
Holdman will be our featured speaker on the conference call! Floyd will

be telling the history of Tahitian Noni International and the evolution
of our record setting marketing plan. Be sure and let your people know
about this call.

When: Saturday, August 5
Time: 9AM Pacific Time
Phone: 1-620-294-3000
code 4017#

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Google: When The Giant Comes Visiting Tahitian Noni!
It a rare thing when you have an august visitor in the name of search engine Giant, Google! With billions of pages to crawl daily, visitation to all sites is a normal thing by Google bot. This time however, it is a human visitor, not machine, that visited me from the Google! stable.

The 1st thing that occured to me is, WHY? then I suddenly remember that I have been engaged in polemics in defence of Google on many sites with some stake-holders in the blogging and publishing industry who try to paint the search engine giant in bad light on the subject of click frauds. I also did a Review of this giant recently on Amazon.com

I say welcome to Visitor # 442- the giant we feel safe with. Let me repeat again, that this giant is not a goliath.

Tahitian Noni BluesBy Details Detail Visit 442

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IP Address: 64.233.166.# (Google)
ISP: Google
Continent: North America
Country: United States (Facts)
State: California
City: Mountain View
Lat/Long: 37.4192, -122.0574 (Map)
Distance: 7,793 miles
Language: unknown
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Browser: Default -
Javascript: disabled
Time of Visit: Aug 4 2006 1:02:05 am
Last Page View
Visit Length: 0 seconds
Page Views: 1
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Visit Number: 442

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