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When it comes to succeeding online – whether that means starting your own online business, earning money as an affiliate, or something more, there is a world of confusion about what really works. Create a content-rich site, some say. But that’s easier said than done. Publish an ezine, say others. But what would you have to say? Become a super affiliate we […]Continue reading >>>
How often do you look at your success story? If you are like most people, it’s not often enough! We all have a success story you know. Even if you have been cheated, abused, ripped off and worse, you have success stories to tell. The key is to not let your low points overwhelm your high points and make you […]Continue reading >>>
Remember the first time you sent an email? At first email was fun, new, exciting. “I’ll EMAIL it to you”, we said to one another, wanting to be efficient and up to the moment. We understood technology. We got it. We had email. It was fast, free and let us stay in touch with friends and family […]Continue reading >>>
We meet many people in the course of our careers. Some we will get to know casually while others will become close friends and trusted allies. Then there are those I call ‘centers of influence.’ These ‘centers of influence’ people are like the hub of a giant wheel. As you look back, you can see […]Continue reading >>>
If you’ve worked from home for more than a few days, you may have discovered it can be a little (OK, a LOT) distracting. These distractions can have a negative impact on your business’s bottom line. One problem that home workers face is that the rules are simply different when you are working at home. Often our motivations are […]Continue reading >>>
We all deal with information overload. The sources of information, much of it necessary to our jobs, seem endless. Magazines, journals, memos, email, web sites and more, combined with endless meetings, provide us with more data than any person can handle. To cope, we must possess skills that allow us to process huge amounts of data […]Continue reading >>>
We live in a hectic time.
Ours is an instant gratification society. We want it now. Yet, as we reflect on the best things in our lives, we often find the truly important things (like relationships, love and peace) took time to develop.
The ‘always on’ nature of the tools we use in business can all too easily trap us into believing that we can function as machines too.
But we’re not machines, we’re human beings.Continue reading >>>