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Happy Birthday LIFE!

Team Stealth is on a mission and the LIFE business is where it is at.  Check out the details, get involved with the community and realize a future living the life you have always wanted.

In the words of some amazing leaders we are proud to follow (Steve and Jamie Leurquin), “This is our time!”

God Bless,

The Fishers

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Success in LIFE: Brian and Amy Christian

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Brian and Amy Christian came into the information LIFE offers with two children, a mortgage, a home improvement loan, a car payment, a truck payment, a camper payment, and a Great Dane. They both came from bigger families and were told to get good grades, graduate college, and get a good job and you will be great! They had a good marriage, but were not able to spend time together due to their careers and everything else they juggled. Brian has worked for a water conditioning company for over 20 years, since he was a teenager. He found his passion working as a paid on call firefighter. He served on boards for the department and was a firefighter of the year. Amy worked with delinquent youth and individuals with disabilities to help them obtain employment. She served on many community committees, local chambers of commerce and was a big sister for Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Amy was openly looking for another way of life! Daily she would cry going to work after dropping off her kids at daycare. Amy was contacted by an old coworker and Dan and Lisa Hawkins showed her this idea. She jumped at it! Brian was not as excited, but wanted to support her.

They said the impact the LIFE business has had on their family is beyond measure. Every single part of their lives has been touched by this information. They continue to grow everyday in their faith, marriage, relationships and parenting.   They are down a home improvement loan, a car payment, a truck payment, a camper payment, and a Great Dane, and have added a 7-year-old Labrador.  Amy is home schooling their children and they have lunch with Brian everyday.

Their son Nash states, “The biggest rewards from LIFE are that his Dad and Mom are working together to help other people.  Even though they have to leave us with a babysitter sometimes; it is worth it!” He feels having Mom at home and home schooling are the best. Nash love to write the names of the people that we are helping up on our patio door.

Maren, their daughter, thinks that the biggest blessing is Jesus Christ in their lives. She loves that her family all worked together to hit their goal. She liked calling her Dad and telling him each person they helped get this information on the way toward hitting their goal.

Amy said, “As a family we talked about our goal everyday and what the schedule was, so that we all knew what our roles. Once you get principle-based thinking in your head and in your family culture, the family unit becomes so strong.”

Brian and Amy feel it is their calling to bring back strong families to our nation.  We see them constantly growing, serving their team, their community and individuals who they know in whatever areas that they can.  Their family had a goal to hit in order to a hotel and indoor water park, and they did it!  The faith and perseverance to run together no matter how long or what it took to hit this goal tells us that this family is on track to live out their calling and lead many others to do the same.  At a time when our nation needs it most and in a situation where they could have chosen to leave well enough alone, the Christians chose to stand up and lead.  We are thankful for their example and achievements, and excited for what is to come.


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Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – May 2012

Hey, Hey!  Happy May.

The LIFE and MFC (mental fitness challenge) are having such an amazing impact on communities and lives across the nation.  It is breathtaking and hair-raising, as we continue to hear the changes that people are able to make with new information.  I was at a challenge group last night and heard a gentleman share from his heart what he had learned and how it was impacting his marriage and relationships with his children; it was amazing.  So we want to hear from you, too.

We are going to post our top quote and then we want to know yours.

“Maybe your net worth to the world could be stated as your good habits minus your bad habits?”

Spread the word and send the subscribers you know here to add their two cents. We will post the top ten from your point of view.  Let’s see who is listening and reading out there and what valuable takeaways were in the May LIFE subscriptions.


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Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – April 2012

1.  A lot of times the first idea that hits your subconscious mind becomes the strongest one and sometimes gets stuck in there.

2.  People have control of only three things in life:  the thoughts you think, the images you visualize and the actions you take.

3.   What a budget does is take the impulse out of buying.

4.  Define success because that gives you a starting point.

5.  You can save a lot of money when you pack something to eat verses eating out.

6.  Your kids are gonna learn about the birds and the bees from someone by age 7, and the first one they hear it from will form their foundational thoughts about it.

7.  Don’t let the next five years go by without defining some milestones for yourself.

8.  “My religious belief teaches me to feel as safe in battle as in bed,”  Andrew “Stonewall” Jackson.

9.  It’s not so much about what you do, it’s about who you are.

10.  As we start to fix problems, we start to see the real problem is us.

Thanks so much to everyone who makes it possible for us to get this life-changing information!

Richard and Jammie Fisher


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Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – March 2012

Wow how time flies when you live in the northern tropics 😉  (our Wisconsin weather has been amazing!).  Here we are closing out another month and we are reminded of a famous quote:  Time flies when you’re having fun – check out your LIFE subscription to find entertaining and useful information in all 8 F’s.

  1. The U.S. government has been on the greatest debt binge of all human history and the day of reckoning is coming.
  2. The U.S government sent 2.3 trillion dollars in direct payments to U.S. citizens, and collected 2.2 trillion dollars from taxpayers – did we actually pay out more than we took in?  What about the rest of our bills?
  3. Leadership stands for two things: it stands for our purpose in life, which was a design by our Creator and it was also defined for the difference leaders make in a cause for that purpose and that is what we stand for!
  4. Edification is not a trick to make your life easier.
  5. Focus on what people do right, not what they do wrong; be a good finder.
  6. Today’s the Day!
  7. To buy things you don’t really need with money you don’t have to impress people you don’t even like; it’s what we call keeping up with the Jones’.
  8. Often the difference between a successful marriage and a mediocre one is leaving three to four things left unsaid daily.
  9. Most of the time, someone who is not organized in their office is not organized in their finances.
  10. Success equals information plus action.

We hope this finds you as excited as we are about this information and the ramifications of it on the lives of those receiving it, as well as those they touch.  What spoke to you from a LIFE subscription this month?  We encourage you to take the things that did and apply quote #10.  You can do it!

Richard and Jammie


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Powerful Thought from C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis confessed that he too struggled with how to truly love the sinner while hating the sin.  One day it suddenly became clear:

It occurred to me that there was one man to whom I had been doing this all my life – namely myself.  However much I might dislike my own cowardice or conceit or greed, I went on loving myself.  There had never been the slightest difficulty about it.  In fact the very reason why I hated the things was that I love the man.  Just because I loved myself, I was sorry to find that I was the sort of man who did those things.

We extend this charity to ourselves, so the question begs to be asked: Why do we not extend this same charity to our spouse (Feel free to insert children, friends, parents, teammates, strangers or any other fitting person here)?

As I read the above excerpt from C.S. Lewis, as quoted by Gary Thomas, it received a big, bold star next to the underlining it earned on my first read.  It is better to be reminded than instructed, and I appreciated the reminder.  Not only to do to others what I’d want done to me, but give others the grace I so willingly give to myself.

This is my mission if I choose to accept it (this message will not self destruct in 5 seconds 🙂 ).


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Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – February 2012

Here it comes . . . . Hot off the press . . . . And we are so excited to encourage you to dive into this information and check it out for yourself!  If you have a subscription-open it up. 🙂 If you do not, visit the LIFE site and try one out.

  1. We may have a disagreement, but we don’t have to be disagreeable.
  2. Communication is required.
  3. I never slept alone til I was married.
  4. Arguments come down to control over time, money and energy.
  5. A thing is worth what it can do for you, not what you paid for it.
  6. If you think you are a leader, but no one is following you, you are just on a walk.
  7. It’s the greatest mistake to do nothing because you can only do a little, do what you can.
  8. America was founded by a bunch of rough individualists willing to take on individual responsibility for their actions, in fact willing to face starvation in forests of North America sooner than stand in the bread-lines of Europe.
  9. Reforvivalsance
  10. The reason why so many people don’t make it to the top is because they spend too much time on their bottom.

Wow!  Thanks so much to the leadership of LIFE for the information they provide in such an entertaining manner.  Share your favorite nugget, quote or story in the comments section; iron sharpens iron.

The Fishers 🙂


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