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White "Lab Coat", I ordered it online they sewed "Col. Sanders" on the left Side this is optional.5.) Red "Child's" size Apron I purchased our Sons at Hobby Lobby for $2.996.) Iron on Letters In White, can purchase at most craft stores.7.) Black Glasses we just used old sunglasses, popped the lens out of them and spray painted them Black.8.) Black Ribbon9.) White "Temporary Hair Color" (Gray Pictured but use WHITE ONLY)10.) KFC Bucket for All the Loot Optional11.) White Face Paint (Not Pictured)Step 2: The Hair, Mustache, BeardFIRST: Spray the hair. Make sure you comb it with a part on the right, per the KFC picture of the Colonel haha ;) Keep spraying until it is mostly white. I used all my white spray on our Little Colonel, that's why there is a Gray hairspray in the "Items Needed" section. Use WHITE though NOT GRAY.SECOND: Color the Mustache, Beard, Eye Brows in with Face Paint or Face Crayons (I used the Crayon type, super easy) If you can find fake white beard and mustache that would be even better. The Glasses will be the LAST accessory. Air Jordan 6 Rings Black Dark Charcoal ,Air Jordan 6 Rings Venom Green Air Jordan 3 Retro 88 White Cement Air Jordan Spizike Challenge Red Air Jordan 6 Olympic Gold Medal Pack Air Jordan 10 Bulls Over Broadway Air Jordan 6 Rings Venom Green Air Jordan 6 Rings Powder Blue Air Jordan 5Lab3 Black Air Jordan 11 Low White Black Red No, no! I TMm not talking about how to make money by selling underwear TMs on the Internet I TMm talking about Jeff Paul, the super marketing guru of 90 TMs who shouted How I Earn $4,000 a Day Sitting at My Kitchen Table in My Underwear? But it TMs a GONE story now. What happened to Jeff Paul, one of the most successful students of Dan Kennedy TMs the father of Marketing? If you were a subscriber of Entrepreneur Success or Business Opportunities in the early 98, you might have noticed Jeff Paul TMs catchy ads, depicting him sitting at his kitchen and in his underwear talking over the telephone and counting money and ads like How I earn $4000 a day sitting at my kitchen table in my underwear? Jeff himself declared he makes 1000 TMs of dollars a day before his lunch! Those catchy, interesting and funny ads were run continuously for about 3 years in the early 98. But those ads were suddenly disappeared; Jeff Paul suddenly sunk somewhere in deep marketing competition. When I started exploring information about Jeff Paul, I heard/read many interesting stories. Much information is not available about Jeff TMs childhood or about his parents. Jeff attended the University of Illinois where he studied anthropology. So I TMm not sure of what direction he wanted to take in his life. He ended up dropping out of college and worked for his father's retail store in Jackson Mississippi. He had problems with working for his father TMs retail store and he was totally unhappy with his decision. So Jeff decided that taking night school classes in accounting might lead him to a better career and income. After a year of classes he moved back to Chicago and purchased an accounting franchise for $15,000 and met his business partner. That was the first chapter of Joint Venture in Jeff TMs life! Unfortunately the accounting business didn't last long because Jeff's partner ended up stealing the company coffers. And the worst part is Jeff had naively co signed an SBA loan which was being called due and payable in full, a whopping $204,000! That TMs how destiny played in Jeff TMs life. Jeff was down on his luck and about to give up on his dream of financial independence. He found an opportunity to meet and work with Dan Kennedy. (Dan Kennedy is highest paid marketing consultant in America. Dan will give you at least 100 new ideas to improve your current business if you meet him!) Jeff had signed up for one of Dan Kennedy's seminars as a last bastion of hope. Shortly thereafter, Jeff wrote his first successful direct marketing training course for Financial Planners and accountants. His company was called Profit Plan Systems . Jeff is more widely known for his mail order success course, How I Earn $4,000 a Day Sitting At My Kitchen Table in My Underwear. Maybe you can still buy this particular course from classified ads and display ads in Biz Magazines like Business Opportunities and Entrepreneur. Jeff TMs ads was selling teaser version of his course for 20 bucks. It was really a glorified sales letter masquerading as a product. Anyway, from there you could order the complete course for about 200 bucks! Although How I Earn $4,000 a Day Sitting at My Kitchen Table in My Underwear does have some excellent gems of timeless direct marketing wisdom (like "Sell them what they want. Give them what they need."), you are probably better served by getting your marketing education elsewhere! Why? The main reason is the quality of the course presentation. Basically the course was a re purposed version of the marketing system he sold to Financial Planners. Ninety percent of the material was the same. This course was somewhat disorganized, was thrown together in a random manner! Pages were crooked (2nd 3rd generation photocopies!) and had missing pages. The information presentation was disjointed. For example, it was hard to keep from getting distracted by the poor quality of the page copies. Jeff probably sold resale rights of his marketing course to other marketers who are simply photocopying seminar book pages, popping them in a 3 ring binder; making bad dupes of cassette tapes; placing national ads; selling it as a COURSE! The same Copycat Marketing formula! Whatsoever, Jeff Paul is widely respected for his direct marketing expertise. And he had great mentor like Dan Kennedy. Dan used to introduce Jeff as his favorite and most successful students in BIG Seminars! Jeff actually produced some NO BS great manuals, training videos, inspirations tapes etc. Some of Jeff's books were actually pretty well written. Paul thinks that the internet is not a good place to market products because the average person online is young and not financially qualified to buy much. but all that is constantly changing or changed now a days. Some marketers said Jeff Paul TMs course is great and it really helped them. But the only problem is that like many great systems, there are now far too many people doing what he teaches. So the system and techniques are saturated. Manual: The TRUE Secrets of Making Money on Line Revealed. Even If You Know Nothing About Computers. Manual: Jeff Paul's Confidential Guide to Products on Demand. Manual: Jeff Paul's Confidential Directory of Hot Markets. Manual: Jeff Paul's The Beginner's Instant Start Direct Marketing Toolkit. Manual: Jeff Paul's 537 Ready to Sell Reports That Turn Pennies into Hundred Dollar Bills! Jeff Paul is actually a student of the famous Dan Kennedy. Obviously Jeff was a very talented student because Dan took him under his wing and turned him into an advertising giant Now what I believe is Jeff Paul TMs Marketing System must be great. But the problem is that he told the whole world about it a long time ago. And now I heard he has several hundred students doing the exact same thing he does. And these students are now teaching and selling his old material to others by writing the same basic type of course they bought from Jeff Paul. You can actually buy Jeff TMs products in e bay auctions at discounted rates. Will it work now? Don TMt ask me! Like I said, Jeff and his course are great, but just outdated in my opinion. I searched for Jeff TMs products reviews at Amazon. But Amazon TMs database contains no information about Jeff TMs stuffs. The fun part is Amazon has recommended me to buy Dan Kennedy TMs stuffs! I recently heard that Mr. Fire Yanik Silver had an interview with Jeff Paul. I think Jeff Paul would have been a success either way just because he has true talent and dedication to his work within himself. Like many other marketing teachers, Jeff Paul is obsessed with marketing. 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Air Jordan 6 Rings Black Dark Charcoal My DD has had them for about two years or so. She wears them only during the day. She had no trouble adjusting to them. When we were given the braces we also received a pair of shoes. The problem with "regular" shoes is that we cannot find them wide enough to fit over the braces. They have defintely helped. DD has them because of extremely low tone. She also has very loose joints. The braces help her ankles stay and her flat. At first we wore them only for an hour or so at a time. Each day we would keep them on a little longer until she was in the around 75% of the day. I hope they work well for you. Good luck!! Peyton has braces and he walks much better with them than without. He only wears them during the day to support his muscle and ligaments around his ankles. He has very loose joints. have had them a little under a year. At first we wore them a little bit at a time, we increased the amount of time he wore them each day. Peyton had no trouble adjusting to the AFOs. I buy his shoes at stride rite a size bigger than his regular shoes and wider. I sometimes have to pull the cushion out of the shoe to help them fit a little better. have wide and extra wide which is wonderful. You want to buy the shoe just big enough for the brace to fit in. Make sure you bring them when you go shoe shopping!!!! good luck The twins were 18 months old when they got their AFO's. They h a t e d hem. They only wear them in the daytime, and it took a good 2 3 weeks before they would tolerate them well. They would cry when we put them on, and so I thought I was hurting them, which made me take them off and try again and again, why made them cry more, etc. We finally got through it, though, and now they wear them without comlaint. Lauren tends to wiggle her toes to the point that her heel lifts up off the sole of the AFO and it looks awkward and uncomfortable, so I have to redo hers several times per day. got DAFO's, which I think is just the brand? It says Cascade on the buckle, if that makes a difference. We brought our PT with us to the fitting appointment. If Noah has a PT and that person has an opinion about AFO's, definitely consider asking them to come along with you to the appt. The main PITA (aside from the cost of them!) is that it makes it harder to get them out of, say, a high chair at a restaurant, or out of the stroller with a snack tray. The top of the AFO stop just below their knees, and it catches on things when I try to lift them out of the stroller or restaurant high chair. kids don't walk, so I can't help with on shoes. you'll get through it. Noah will get through it. And FWIW, ours definitely took less than 2 weeks to come in. The best part was getting to pick out the colors! I think I have a picture of them here somewhere, which I will find for you right now because I'm such an attention whore: Caleb has AFOs for about a year now. He started wearing them at least 1/2 day starting in January. (His stop just above the ankle). At first, they bothered him. The people who made them, made them just a little too big (room to grow), which would've been fine, except he's not walking yet and the velcro gets stuck on the carpet, other things and it was annoying. He finally fit right in them about Jan., so we started wearing them more and more. Still not walking yet sigh. But I think the the "correct" positioning of the AFO and the support it gives, balanced with the input of bare feet is a good thing. had to buy a size bigger shoe (Target) and tear out the insides in order to fit the AFO in it. Thank you so much everyone for the wealth of information. It was so helpful to see the pictures also. Our fitting is next week and hopefully we will have them within a few weeks. Noah just turned two so I am hoping the AFO's and continuing with PT will get him going. He is making progress on pulling up on furniture which is great. He actually pulled up in his crib tonight on his own when I went to give him a good night kiss that was a first!!! again thanks for the information I will let everyone know how it goes. We went yesterday to get fit for Noah's AFO's and the guy was actually surprised that we hadn't come in before. He mentioned that most kids with low tone get fit with braces called SMA's when they are around 13 months and aren't walking yet. I hadn't heard this before and it was only about 2 months ago when our PT suggested that we see an orthopedic dr. The AFO's will actually go up on his calf but I know they also do sometimes fit them for AFO's but then cut them down to make shoe inserts. Not sure if that helps or not.
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