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January 21, 2008

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IndyAnny

Hi Fran,

It's good to see you that you have a blog going. It fun to follow your on going progress.

I am excited about your magazine as well. My son is in his sophmore year in College. He was just home for the Christmas break and we were discussing what he could do to make money while in school, and of course info marketing and e-commerce came up.

Unfortunately I could not give him any specific direction in that area with my lack of experience, but knew I had good resources that I could direct him to. He went on to buy an inexpensive program to get him started, and is working with it, but has not experienced any success with it yet.

After reading your blog today, and seeing the www.Collegepreneur.com web site, a little light went off in my head, "Hey, pass this on to him" ! It may be the ticket he needs to get the entrepreneurial spirit going, with the back up and resources needed to succeed!

I also sent him a link to your Production Creation promotion you sent out recently, which I also plan to take a look at.

Wishing you a great 2008 as well.

IndyAnny

PS My dreams have not changed. . . . each new day a piece of those dreams unravels little by little. Thanks for the inspiration!

Elsie Spruill

My dream and vision is to write articles and book that will enhance and inspire others and to become a truly great speaker on life's issues and domestic violence. I intend to complete my invention this year and begin to help my grandchildren to become business owners. And, lastly my desire is to become a life coach. Today, I celebrate my 60th birthday. I praise God that I'm still alive because many times I didn't think I could make it - especially when I was so brutally battererd. But I'm here and God is more than great. I want everyone to know it's never too late to dream and bring your dreams and visions to fruition. Don't ever give up. KEEP YOUR LIVES MOVING FOR THE GREATER GOOD!!

Jules

Dr. Martin Luther Kings certainly paved the way for us to be able to live out our dreams, by illuminating the importance of unity and liberty, and sacrificing much to help us reach the dream.

Congratulations on the launch of Franergy, and Collegepreneur! I subscribed to the magazine a few weeks ago and especially loved the features and interviews in it.

I recently began a blog, called DreamFleur, (http://dreamfleur.com), and the reoccurring theme in it is featuring ways others creatively live out their dreams and balance their passions, and sharing these life lessons with others.

I also plan to use my artistic and writing skills to inspire youth through an extension to my current business, a venture I'm launching later this year that inspires others to follow their dreams.

Basically dreams, and dream motifs, have been prevalent in my artwork and business ever since I was a child. My dream is to continually do what I love and to share my passions and art with others for a worthy purpose.

I have a feeling that 2008 will be the year for the beginning of dreams realized...

Thank you for your inspiration!

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