HAITI

To our Brian Tracy International Community:

We, at Brian Tracy International, are saddened by the devastation in Haiti and are concerned for everyone involved in this terrible occasion. In an effort to contribute to assisting in all ways possible, we wanted to provide a list of several organizations currently working to provide aid and relief. We encourage you to help if you can. (Even $1 goes a long way!)

As a special thank you for donating – we’d like to give you a free report titled, “Overcoming Adversity.” After you have donated – click on the link at the bottom of this blog post to retrieve your free report from Brian Tracy.

Together we can help create a better world.

Thank you,

Brian Tracy & The entire team here at Brian Tracy International

“So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth”-Baha’u’llah

The American Red Cross

www.redcross.org

Text “Haiti” to 90999 to donate $10 (billed to your phone)

The United Nations World Food Program

www.wfp.org

The Salvation Army

www.salvationarmyusa.org

Project HOPE

www.projecthope.org

Partners in Health

www.pih.org

*This list is provided as a service to Brian Tracy International customers.  Brian Tracy is not affiliated with these organizations and does not specifically endorse them.

CLICK HERE for your FREE report courtesy of Brian Tracy – for your generous donation to the charity of your choice (provided above). Again, even $1 can go a long way in Haiti.

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  • http://www.kaizenteacher.com Frank

    …which is a pity because I think those who are grieving over their dead friends and relatives; who are homeless and peniless would benfit from the advice in the article. For example…

    ‘You couldn’t possibly have become the person you are today if you had not had to contend with adversity on your way up.Perhaps your chief aim in life is to develop a noble character, to become an
    excellent human being, to become everything you are capable of becoming.

    Only by contending with challenges that seem to be beyond your strength to
    handle at the moment can you grow more surely toward the stars.’

    I dare say those who have seen their sons, daughters mothers, fathers, wives, husbands all die would have benefited from this advice almost as much as they would have the money BT suggests everybody else donates.

  • http://www.kaizenteacher.com frank

    Archan Mehta:

    I hardly think posting few links is ‘going out of your way’ to help. As far as I can see the only think Brian’s organization is givng away is a free report…and even that isn’t going to the people who survived the earthquake!

  • Archan Mehta

    Brian:

    Although you are incredibly successful and wealthy, it is great to know how much you go out of your way to help those who are less fortunate and/or are struggling to survive the devastation of a natural disaster.

    Not only that, you have provided referrals to other charitable organizations who help the underdogs.

    Taken together, I think you serve as an icon and a role-model. Those who complain about crooked business people and dishonest multi-national corporations should take a page out of your book. For every cook that spoils the broth, there is a chef to fill the void and create mouth-watering cuisine.

    Philanthropists like you can truly make our world a better place. So long as there is generosity of spirit, there is hope for our world. And those who are suffering terrible privations can wipe their tears dry, for there is hope.

  • Imtiaz

    Dear Brian,

    Thanks for this beautiful post.You have always been an inspiration.Thanks for this gift.

  • http://www.treasurestranslations.ca Suzanne Deliscar

    Brian, thank you for using blog to let others know about the devastation in Haiti. I was personally affected by this tragedy from here in Canada, as my husband survived the earthquake. If anyone is interested in learning more about our story, please see the following articles:

    After Haiti’s earthquake: An uncertain future for the Deliscars – http://www.lutheranchurch-canada.ca/news.php?id=153

    Orangeville Article: Haiti tragedy mobilizes Dufferin http://bit.ly/89HV8R

    I am really amazed at all the global support, this is incredible.

  • http://www.JamesGoddard.com James Goddard

    As mush pain and sadness there is, how wonderful all the countries that have put aside their differences to help…

    James Goddard
    Author of Freedom For a Day

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