Special Announcement …
Congratulations to Clara Mae
Winner of the Omaha Steak Collection

AWAI is happy to announce the newest winner of AWAI’s Commit to Achieve Your Goal in 2011 giveaway!

Clara Mae will be presented with a tasty collection from Omaha Steak – the perfect steak for any occasion!

Omaha Steaks well-marbled meats are incredibly juicy and full of flavor. With Omaha Steaks there is no wrong size, no wrong color and no trip to the mall.

This giveaway encourages you to make the commitment to your success, and at the same time gives you the opportunity to win some really fun prizes!

Clara Mae’s goal for 2011: “To aggressively market my Internet Research Specialist Business and be able to be free of social security dependence, send more money to caring ministries, and see my husband's worry look change to a smiley one.”

Enter to win one of our fun prizes here, and make your own dreams reality!

Work with the AWAI Team on a Real Writing Project!

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Not only will you experience what it’s like to write for a real client — you’ll learn what to do at every stage of the writing process … plus you’ll get live personal feedback on your writing.

And right now, we’re offering a limited number of spots FREE to members of our highest level of learning.

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Published: December 12, 2010

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