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Monday, December 30, 2019

*** Network Marketing Scripts *** {343}

In this post I'm going to give you exact scripts you can use when prospecting others for your Network Marketing Business. It doesn't matter if this is your cold market or not. You always want to give people a way out when Prospecting, So they don't feel pressured. That is the quickest way to lose your prospect. 

Always make it into a question, and never give your business link, or much info about the business on the first initial contact. If they come back at you with, Yes I'm interested, what have you got? Then you can give them the link to your website, or a video. 

For me, I send them the link to my How it works movie, and then if they ask for more info, I send them a link to one of my blog posts, that I created with everything about my opportunity. In my post, I tell them exactly how I can help them achieve success!

This is very important because most opportunity seekers have never involved themselves in Network Marketing before, and are more interested in how you can help them versus what kind of business you're involved with, or about the products! Especially when dealing with your cold market, you have to build a rapport.

When they get to know or trust you, you are more apt to get them to join or buy from you. It is said that it takes anywhere from 7-20 exposures before the average opportunity seeker will make a decision one way or the other. Again this just an average so don't take this as gospel. One of my favorite prospecting strategies is finding opportunity seekers on Facebook, and then contacting them on Messenger, and I have my own script that I use to break the Ice, and then go from there.

If you would like to know more about how I'm successful, and teach others to do the same, contact me with your E-mail address and I will add you to my massive list, and send you daily Tips, and Tutorials on How to build a recession proof business. Feel free to use any of the short scripts you see below. 

 {10 short scripts}:

“I don’t know if it will be a fit for you or not but would you be open to something outside of what you’re doing for income?”
“Have you ever thought about finding a way to earn part-time income to supplement your job?”
“Do you keep your options open when it comes to earning income?”
“Do you have an interest in learning how to make money in a home business?”
“Would you be interested if you could start a home business part-time and work toward replacing your full-time income?”
“Have you ever thought about starting a home business if the right coach came along?”
“Have you ever thought about the money you can save on taxes by simply starting a part-time home business?”
“I run a business that’s currently expanding in your area. Are you open to a new career opportunity?”
A favorite of most is Ray Higdon’s standard: “Would you be at all open to a side project if it didn’t interfere with you’re currently doing?”
Indirect Approach: “I’m sure you’re happy with your career but who do you know that might be interested in adding a new income stream into their life?”
“Hey, I have something I’m pretty excited about, if I send you a short video would you watch it and give me your feed back?…” OR
“Hey, I found something I think would be right up your alley, if I sent you a video would you check it out?…” OR
“Hey, I came across something I really think you should check out, if I send you a short video will you watch it and tell me what you think?

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“Success is achieved and maintained by those who try and keep trying.” – W. Clement Stone 

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Saturday, December 28, 2019

*** What It Takes To Be Successful In Network Marketing *** {342}

I thought today's post would be about what it takes in order to be successful in
Network Marketing. I get asked this question a lot and needs to be addressed.
Unfortunately it is said that approximately 98.2% of all Network Marketers are
failing in their Network Marketing companies for a number of reasons, and I
would like to share some of them with you. I first want to tell you that's it's
not totally your fault that you are failing. I don't know anyone who started
in this industry and achieved success over night. It takes a lot of time and
effort on your part. If it was that easy, everyone would be doing it and achieving
success! Network Marketing isn't for everyone, but theirs enough people in
the world that are willing to learn, you just have to find those individuals.
When I started in this industry back in 2006, it was said that you needed hundreds,
if not thousands in your Downline in order to build a profitable online business,
and now because of the new structures of a lot of companies compensation
plans, it only takes just a handful of like minded individuals because now it's
all about Leverage. Thankfully I'm with just a company. (DigiSoft Payline)
I'm going to list just a few reason why people fail in no particular order.

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1)  They don't do their due diligence when choosing a company: Before joining any
online opportunity you need to research that company extensively. You can first
go to google.com and type in any company, and read the different articles posted,
good and bad, but make sure not make snap Judgements on a couple of articles. Also
a little tip. Almost every opportunity will have a few negative responses. Typically
you will find that a lot of the individuals making the negative posts are all with another
company, and will in most cases give bad reviews. This isn't always the case, and I want
to be perfectly clear that I would say about 90% of the opportunities you see are complete
"GARBAGE!" I don't like to put other opportunities down, but I hate to see people
taken advantage of...I've been there myself and it's no fun! Also another tip is that some
of these individuals doing the reviews, are doing them while the company is still in
pre-launch, and don't really have a good understanding of the business, Or how it works.
Another thing you can do is to go to the company website, and contact the Admin. If
it's legit, He/She won't mind answering the tough questions. When all said and done,
it will be up to you to make the tough decision weather to join or not. If you have a company
that you want info about, contact me, and I will review it and give you my honest opinion.
I've done this for others many times over the years! I don't like to see anyone get taken
advantage of, because I know what it feels like...

2) Lack of Training: This is a huge reason why the failure rate is so high. When people
are wooing you, trying to get you to join them in their company/business, they will tell
you it's the greatest thing since sliced bread, and how they make millions of dollars with
little to know effort, and that you can do the same, and that couldn't be further from the truth.
I'm sure you've heard that a hundred times. You End up joining because you're to trusting
because you want that to be the truth, and when it's time to get started, your sponsor/upline
goes into the witness protection program, and you never hear from him/her again, making
your job even harder, because you're a "NEWBIE" trying to figure things out! Sound Familiar?
If you should join an MLM opportunity, in most cases this will happen, so I'm warning you
to expect it...

3) You treat your business like a hobby: Once you decide to join a company, you have to
treat it like a "BUSINESS" and not a hobby or you will never be successful. I realize that
we all very busy lives, but I see this all time. I get people to join me, and I do everything
and then some to make they are successful, and when talking to them, I hear them say.
Well I think I will work my business for a little bit today, and them maybe again in a couple
days, and that will NOT WORK! I always let it be know that you have to be Coachable,
Have internet access, or at least a smart phone, and be able to devote at least an hour a day
to your business, at the bear minimum. This may not be a brick and mortar business, but
it's the same concept. Do you think Places like Mcdonald's would be successful if they
had the attitude to say, well, let's open today for a couple of hours, and then maybe we
can open again next week for a couple hours? With that mind set, they wouldn't last long
at all and would ultimately have to close down, so please take you business as such, and
you will have a much better chance of success!

4) I worked my business for 30-90 days and didn't make any money: This is very typical
of most people and I understand the concerns because most opportunities have monthly
fee's attached and most people will quit in a very short time because they are tired of
forking out money every month, and not seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. You're
going to hate hearing this, but I don't care what opportunity you're involved with, IT WILL
TAKE TIME AND EFFORT TO BUILD! I generally tell people that if you're all in
with your opportunities, you will need to devote no less than 6 months to see if it will
be a good fit you. I'm not saying that you can't make money along the way, but you will
not be financially free within that time frame. I know 6 and 7 figure earners in this industry
that's taken them over a decade to achieve those numbers. There is "NO TIME FRAME FOR
SUCCESS!" If they would've quit, they would't be where they are today. This doesn't have to
be difficult. What I mean by that is that yes it's going to take time and effort on your part, but
the structure of most "LEGIT" opportunities, has simplified the way the business works, basically
saying that a child can follow the simple steps in most cases,,,

5) I'm working multiple opportunities:  Now I have mixed feeling about this, where as most
of your top earners don't like doing multiple opportunities and I will explain why. Their take
is that most people can't focus on 1 opportunity and want to get involved in more than 1, and
although I do agree with that, I can also see the benefit of running more than 1 opportunity, because
their is a saying that says that you shouldn't put all of your eggs in one basket, which means
that by having more than 1 opportunity, you give your prospective buyers more than 1 opportunity
to join, which in turn can make you more successful. Top earners hate this because they say
that people can focus on 1 opportunity, much less 2, and I totally understand that. The thought
process from most individuals wanting to work more than 1 is because they think the grass is greener
on the other side of the fence, which I know you've all heard that before. Network Marketers
in most cases aren't wanting to put in the work, but want instant success and think by having
multiple opportunities, that will happen, and that is absolutely false! I've had really good
people join me over the years, and work it for about a month, and then quit and join another
opportunity. The problem by doing this, is that you're starting all over from the beginning, and
also you still have to put in the same amount of work. I think the thought process with most
people is that, I did everything I could, but will join something else, but expect different results,
and this is a recipe for disaster. Once you join a company, stay with it, and work it for at least
6 months like I said earlier before making an educated decision. "THEIR IS NO SHORT CUT
FOR SUCCESS!" However, by joining me, and make your job much easier, and your learning
curve won't be near as long with my help.

*** Everyone who joins me, get daily E-mails, access to my blog post, and I post random
prepaid "ADS" for everyone on my team! I have spent years building a successful Network
Marketing company. The link above will show you our "How it works movie" and the link
below, will show you testimonials of what others are saying about DigiSoft Payline. If you
want more info, please let me know, and I will send you another blog post that completely
breaks everything down, and how I can help you. I also have a "SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFER"
on my page that I will give to anyone that asks! This is a marathon, and not a sprint! Remember
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“Success is simple. Do what's right, the right way, at the right time.”
– Arnold H. Glasgow

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Thursday, December 26, 2019

*** 10 Inexpensive Way's To Promote Your Business *** {341}

1. Stuff mailings. Never mail a letter, send an invoice, pay a bill or ship a product without including a flyer or some information about your MLM Business or product. It’s a great way to let everyone you’re in contact with know who you are and what you’re doing and it only costs a few pennies to do. (I also like to use a flyer that i created by posting them on Bulletin or Cork Boards all over town)

2. Maximize voice-mail messages. If you only include instructions on how to leave a message on your voice-mail, you’re wasting valuable time. Instead, use some of the time to prompt callers to visit your   MLM business website or even tell them about upcoming promotions. (Always keep in contact)

3. Upgrade phone manners. Whoever answers your phone is the “vice-president of first impressions.” Be sure they’re cheerful, helpful and sending out good vibrations to callers. “G’day. This is Jack speaking. How may I help you? (I always tell people to have a great day and god bless)

4. Apply stickers. Stickers are not just for kids. Be creative and create stickers that will get out the message you want to share. Some MLM’ers I know plaster stickers saying “We (heart) referrals” and their business took off.

5. Send greeting cards. Let your MLM Team, your customers, and prospects know you care by sending greeting cards or e-cards on birthdays, holidays and special occasions. Everyone loves getting a note of appreciation or a congratulation’s pat on the back. (Think outside the box)

6. Network for success. Getting out of the house or office to meet with like-minded people is an enjoyable, inexpensive way to promote your MLM business. Carry plenty of business cards, flyers or brochures with you to share with new friends. Be sure to develop a short, positive introduction to yourself and your MLM business. (Don't get discouraged when you hear "NO" because this is a numbers game, and you won't need hundreds or even thousands of people in your Company, in order to have a successful online business)

.7. Get the most out of business cards. A business card can contain more than just a name, title and contact details. Use both sides of the card and include a description of your product and service, a mission statement or some other valuable information about your MLM business  (You can leave them anywhere. Restaurants, grocery store shelve's, coat pockets in clothing stores, In car doors, etc...)

8. Hang signs. Place a magnetic sign promoting your MLM business or website on the side of your car. It’s an easy way to publicize your business every time you leave home and get out on the road doing whatever you’re doing.(You can also make Signs for your yard, or get permission to post them elsewhere)

9. Make speeches or teach classes. Take advantage of every opportunity you can get to stand up in front of a group of people and tell your story. It establishes you as an expert in your field. Find opportunities in your local paper’s event calendar or at the local public library. Social, business and civic groups are always looking for speakers.(This will also help you become a better speaker, and the practice will also help you learn what works and what doesn't when communicating with others)

10. Get free or very inexpensive help. Do you need help designing website or some other sales promotional material for your MLM business or Product? See if your local college or business school has a marketing or advertising club that can help in exchange for the experience or maybe even course credit. It’s an excellent way to get either free or very low-cost help. (You can also contact your upline/sponsor to get more ideas, or you can google for more ideas)

Creating MLM success need not break the bank. Use your imagination to expand on these ideas and come up with even better ones of your own. (By using these methods, you can keep your marketing costs to a minimum)

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”
– Herman Cain


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Monday, December 23, 2019

*** Completely Off Topic *** {340}

{Dallas Cowboys} - (5 Superbowl Championships) - 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995
{North Carolina Tarheel Men's Basketball} - (7 NCAA Championships) - 1924, 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, 2017
{Chicago Bulls} - (6 NBA Championships) - 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998
{Cincinnati Reds} - (5 World Series Titles) - 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990
{Favorite Players/Stats} - Michael Jordan, Julius Erving, Tony Dorsett, Walter Payton, Pete Rose, Eric Davis

*** Winning Coaches: (Championships)

1) Dallas Cowboys - Tom Landry (71,77), Jimmy Johnson (92, 93), Barry Switzer (95)
2) North Carolina Tarheels - Norman Shephard (24), Frank Mcguire (57), Dean Smith (82, 93), Roy Williams (05, 09, 17)
3) Chicago Bulls - Phil Jackson (91, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98)
4) Cincinnati Reds - Pat Moran (19), Bill Mckechnie (40), Sparky Anderson (75, 76), Lou Piniella (90)

***Cowboy's on the Top 100 All Time 100 Year Team:  {1919 - 2019 }

1) Head Coach - Tom Landry (1960 - 1988) Hall Of Fame
2) Receiver/Special Teams Coach - Mike Ditka (1973 - 1981 ) Hall Of Fame
3) Wide Receiver - Lance Alworth (1971 - 1972 ) Hall Of Fame  #19
4) Running Back -  Emmitt Smith (1990 - 2002 )  Hall Of Fame  #22
5) Offensive Guard - Larry Allen ( 1994 - 2005) Hall Of Fame  #73
6) Offensive Tackle - Forrest Gregg (1971 )  Hall Of Fame  #79
7) Cornerback - Deion Sanders (1995 - 1999 ) Hall Of Fame  #21
8) Defensive Tackle - Randy White (1975 - 1988 ) Hall Of Fame  #54
9) Defensive Tackle - Bob Lilly (1961 - 1974 ) Hall Of Fame  #74

The reason for this post Is because I wanted to show that I'm not just
a robot and do have other interests besides my business, and helping others.
I thought I would have some fun with this because it pertains to Sports,
and my favorite teams/players. I apologize in advance if you don't like
my teams. I've just been a huge fan since I was a snot nosed kid. Also
posting a little info about each team/player.

{Dallas Cowboys} - This is my absolute favorite, and has been since 1977 (America's Team)

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==> The Cowboys were founded in 1960 and purchased by Clint Murchison Jr. and Bedford Wynne.

==>  The first and most successful head coach was Tom Landry (270-178-6) - 1960-1988

==>  Currently play Home games in Arlington Texas @ AT&T Stadium (seats over 100,000) -2009 

==>  Superbowl Championships - 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995

==>  Conference championships (10) NFL Eastern: 1966, 1967 NFC: 1970, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1992, 1993, 1995

==>  Division championships (24) NFL Eastern: 1966 NFL Capitol: 1967, 1968, 1969 NFC East: 1970, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2007, 2009, 2014, 2016, 2018

==>  Playoff appearances (33)  NFL: 196619671968196919701971197219731975197619771978197919801981198219831985199119921993199419951996199819992003200620072009201420162018

==> 20 Consecutive winning seasons

==> Stadiums: Cotton Bowl - 1960-1971/ Texas Stadium 1971-2008/ AT&T 2009-present

==> Hall of Fame Inductees: Players/Coaches/Contributors - (25)

==> Superbowl MVP's: (7)

==>  Ring Of Honor Inductees: (22)

==>  Jimmy Johnson (2) Time Superbowl Winner (1989-1993) - 44-36


{North Carolina Tarheel Men's Basketball} Favorite College Team Since 1977

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==>  The Men's Team was founded in 1910  (ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference) - Chapel Hill 

==>  Arena : The Dean Smith Center (Capacity 21,750)

==>  (3) Greatest Coaches in Team History: Dean Smith (1961-1997) - 879-254, Frank Mcguire (1952-1961) - 164-58,  Roy Williams (2003-present) - 878-238 and still coaching

==>  Championships:  1924 (Helms Tournament),  
NCAA Tournament Champions
1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, 2017
NCAA Tournament Runner-up
1946, 1968, 1977, 1981, 2016
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1946, 1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1941, 1946, 1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1941, 1946, 1957, 1959, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference Tournament Champions
1922, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1935, 1936, 1940, 1945, 1957, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1989, 1991, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2007, 2008, 2016
Conference Regular Season Champions
1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1935, 1938, 1941, 1944, 1946, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2019

==> Retired Numbers: (8)

==> Tarheels Inducted Into the NBA Hall Of Fame/ Players/Coaches - (11)

==> Tarheels In The Olympics - (20)

==> Jersey's In The Rafters - (42)

==> All 3 Coaches are in the NCAA Hall of Fame

==> Over 2,000 Career Victories


{Chicago Bulls} Favorite Team Since 1976

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==>  Founded in 1966 By Dick Klein  (Eastern Conference)

==> Arena: The United Center (Capacity - 20,917) - 1994-Present, International Amphetheatre 1966-1967, Chicago Stadium 1967-1994

==> Phil Jackson is the greatest coach in Team history, but inherited the team from Doug Collins. Phil had a career coaching record in the windy city of (1640-1155) - 1989-1998

Championships6 (199119921993199619971998)

Conference titles6 (199119921993199619971998)

Division titles9 (197519911992199319961997199820112012)

Retired numbers4 (4102333)

(Jerry Sloan/Bob Love/Michael Jordan/Scottie Pippen)

==> Hall of Famer's/ Players/ Contributors  (15)

==> Retired Numbers and Honorees (7)

==> FIBA Hall of Famers : (2)  Michael Jordan, Toni Kukoc

==> Michael Jordan (23/45), and Scottie Pippen (33), are both members of the top 50 greatest players


{Cincinnati Reds}: Favorite Team Since 1975  (Big Red Machine)

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==>  The Reds were founded in 1882-Present

Major league affiliations


Major league titles
World Series titles (5)
NL Pennants (9)
AA Pennants (1)1882
NL Central Division titles (3)
NL West Division titles (7)
Wild card berths (1)2013

==>  Retired Numbers Including Honoring Jackie Robinson (11)

==>  Hall of Famers (42)

==>  Best Manager in Team History:  Sparky Anderson (863-586) - 2 time world series champ in Cincinnati. 2 time manager of the year. (1970-1978)


The Players listed below are my Favorites in All (3) Sports, In no particular order, and with their career stats. (Michael Jordan, Julius Erving, Tony Dorsett, Walter Payton, Pete Rose, Eric Davis)

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1) Michael Jordan:(30.1 pts. /6.2 reb. / 5.3 assts/ 49.7 fg%) - Air Jordan (UNC)  14 YRS. - 32,292 career points for the Bulls/Wizards  (#23/45) Shooting Guard

 16 NBA Player of the Month
 11 All-NBA
 9 All-Defensive Team
 2 IBM Award
 25 NBA Player of the Week
 6 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player
 1 NBA Sporting News Rookie of the Year
 7 NBA Sporting News Most Valuable Player of the Year
 1 NBA Rookie of the Year
 1 Hall of Fame Inductee
 3 NBA Rookie of the Month
 5 NBA Most Valuable Player
 1 NBA Defensive Player of the Year
 2 Olympic Gold Medal
 3 NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player
 1 All-Rookie Team

  ===>  Hall Of Fame Inductee : 2009

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2) Julius Erving: (24.2 pts. / 8.5 reb. / 4.2 assts. /.506 fg%) - Dr J. (UMass) - 16 YRS.
ABA/NBA Stats combined - 30,026 career points for the Squires, Nets, & Sixers 
(# 32/6)  Small Forward

 7 All-NBA

 3 NBA Player of the Week

 2 NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player

 1 NBA Most Valuable Player

 1 Hall of Fame Inductee

 1 NBA Sporting News Most Valuable Player of the Year

 3 NBA Player of the Month

 1 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship

===> Hall Of Fame Inductee : 1993

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3)  Tony Dorsett: (2936 car/ 12,739 yds/ 4.3 avg. / 77 Tds)  TD.(University of Pittsburgh) - 12 YRS. In the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys/Denver Broncos) (#33)  Half Back

==> 4 time pro bowl

==> 1 time all pro

==> 1977 offensive rookie of the year

==> 1 time Superbowl Champ (1977)

==>  Hall of Fame Inductee :  1994

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4)  Walter Payton "Sweetness" (#34) (3838 car. / 16,726 Yds. / 4.4 avg. / 110 Tds) (Jackson State University) 16 YRS. in the NFL with the Chicago Bears.  Half Back

==>  9 time pro bowl

==>  5 time all pro

==>  1977 offensive player of the year

==>  1985 Bert Bell Award

==>  1 time Superbowl Champ (1985)

==>  1 time MVP

==>  1977 Walter Payton Award

==>      Hall of Fame Inductee : 1993

==>     A member of the top 100 players of all time (2019)

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5)  Pete Rose "Charlie Hustle" (#14)  (H 4256/ 160 HR. /BA. 303 / RBI. 1314 / SB. 198) Played 16 YRS for the Cincinnati Reds - 1B, 3B, OF. Should be in the Baseball (HOF)

==>  As player

As manager

Career highlights and awards

==>  MLB records
  • 4,256 career hits
  • 3,215 career singles
  • 3,562 career games played
  • 14,053 career at-bats
  • 15,890 career plate appearances

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6)  Eric Davis (#44 for the Cincinnati Reds)  (H. 1430/ HR. 282 / BA..269 / RBI. 934 / SB. 349) Played 17 YRS. and 9 with the REDS. Outfielder. Not (HOF) worthy. Injuries kept him from reaching his full potential and (HOF) status

==> 2 time all star

==> 3 time gold glove

==> 2 time silver slugger

==> 1 time World Series Champ (1990)

==> 1984-1991 with the Reds

==>  A member of the Cincinnati Reds Hall Of Fame : 2005

*** Other Teams I like : and their Championships

1)  Chicago Bears - Founded in 1920 and became the bears in 1922  (19211932193319401941194319461963 1985) - 9 (Soldier Field)
2) Philadelphia 76ERS - Founded in 1939 as the Syracuse Nationals (1955, 1967, 1983) - 3 (Wells Fargo Center)
3) North Carolina Tarheel Football - Founded in 1888 (Played in 33 Bowl Games- 14-19) (Kenan Memorial Stadium)

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