The topic today is…
“What Do You Want”?
I will go first and tell you what I want!
One of my reasons for writing a post most every day is that I enjoy researching the day’s best content out there…to keep up with the pulse of what is going on…and to be able to share some interesting information with you that you may like as well. If you enjoy what you are reading I would really appreciate hearing from you some way…whether it is by phone across country…by email or in the “Comments” at the bottom of the post. I really enjoy hearing from you. I am a real person and I would like to understand what you are looking for…and might say…this is not for you…or the contrary…see the paragraph below.
And one of the real advantages of owning your own blog and domain is that you have the opportunity to write about that which is most important and relevant to yourself and to your audience. A key goal in writing a blog is to develop a following who enjoy what you have to say and benefit from those same things. So I will continue to define for you who I think I am writing for…and perhaps you will confirm or deny that with your comments. I mentioned recently that I am looking to find those of any age and circumstance who are capable of earning $30,000 to $100,000+ a year and have a sincere interest in doing something about it. I read a great blog post today where Robert Kiyosaki said that there are 3 kinds of people that are not suited for this kind of business…and it was highly interesting and right on. I will share that post with you soon.
by Seth Godin July 19,2013
No one talks about what color the success is, just how it smells.
When Amanda Palmer was busking on the streets of Harvard Square, she made enough to pay her rent. She supported herself, she made it work. She didn’t plan on busking, think about busking or get ready to busk. She did it and she succeeded. One person, ten people in the crowd… Didn’t matter, she was working, she was a pro.
I sold my first book project (I owned half of it) for $5,000. I didn’t worry about how big the advance was, I celebrated that I had a publisher. I followed that up a (very long) year later with another book (I owned half of that one, too) which I sold for even less. But now I had TWO publishers, and stories to go with each.
You will be labeled, like it or not. If you earn the label of, “person who builds things, ships them and sells them to someone who values them…” you’re way ahead of the pack. You’re going to be doing this for a long time. When you have the chance, engage with the market, declare victory, make the sale.
More chocolate chip cookies don’t smell that much better than just a few.
BY Mikal E. Belicove | October 27, 2011
Last week I wrote about the importance of creating and publishing original content as part of your overall marketing strategy (see Why Content Marketing is King). Today, I offer my 10
The Renegade Blog
What I love most about working with people is finding better ways to help them get what
they want most. This takes a lot of creativity and ingenuity, especially if from the onset I know what they’re trying to do is going to take stamina and hard work. Perhaps this is what makes it so rewarding. To know from my coaching and mentoring I helped them reach their mountain top accomplishments. Read on to find out my 7 best strategies to do just that.