Tax strategist Adam C. Libman, featured on “CBS Money Watch” as well as in Newsday, The Boston Globe International Business Time, and more than 130 other publications, says small business owners should not be afraid to ask for more money for their services, especially from the 20% of customers who generate 80% of their income. Libman had the audience of attendees of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce monthly Networking Breakfasts at the Sunset Room of the Santa Anita Golf Course sponsored by Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary engaged for 20 minutes as he handed out $1 bills to the audience to challenge them to a eye-opening exercise, and during a dynamic PowerPoint presentation. <Story continues below the following photo galley from the event…>[flagallery gid=158] Chamber CEO Scott Hettrick presented Rose Hills VP Bruce Lazenby with a vintage wall clock from the 1960s that was removed from the Chamber office conference room during construction for remodeling that began this week. Lazenby had expressed interest in the clock and said he would happily accept it now that he got clearance from his wife to bring it home. Roberta Bautista Armijo of Ameriprise Financial was this month’s Business Spotlight speaker. Nyvette Gann of Insurance Solutions won the drawing to be next month’s Business Spotlight speaker. Three great raffle prizes were also donated to lucky winners. Sue Cook of Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation gave away two tickets to this weekend’s TED seminar. Laura Wilcox of Achieve SMART Goals handed lucky winners two DVD’s. And Vicki Knight of Century Rooter Service & Plumbing gave away a set of tea lights along with a water heater sticker. Knight earlier recited an amusing self-adapted version of “twas the Night Before Christmas” during her 30-second elevator pitch, which drew applause, as did host Rod Salazar’s monthly popular a cappella rendition of a famous pop song featuring lyrics promoting his client Stubbies Promotions. Libman has two books due on shelves next month, How to Buy an Internet Business: Co-Written with Mike Young, ESQ, and Advanced Tax Strategies for Entrepreneurs Who Hate Paying Taxes. Networking Breakfasts are held on the third Thursday of each month. Attendees are invited at the beginning of each program to introduce themselves and say a few words about their business or organization. Tickets are $20 but Chamber members who RSVP and pay in advance get in for only $15. To make a reservation, contact the Chamber office: 626.447.2159 or by e-mail: info@ArcadiaCaChamber.org.