Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 at
My 46th birthday is on Saturday. About a month ago, I realized I was turning 46 and not 45 like I had thought. Somehow I skipped a year. LOL… I’m actually excited to be turning 46. I started over at 40 so I’m really going to be 6 years old.
Some awesome things are happening in my business. I’m doing what I’ve always loved. I’m teaching and helping others have success. That is the most fulfilling feeling in the world!
I feel like I’m wasting my time when I’m just selling courses or coaching and people aren’t implementing what they are taught. The majority of people I’ve worked with recently are implementing and having great success! I love it!!
Have you been wanting to take a class or two of mine? Now is your chance. I’ve got some great new things coming up in the next month, so I’ve decided to discount the majority of my programs through Sunday (the end of my birthday weekend). Check them out here. Low investments will be reflected when you check out. Enjoy!!
Sunday, December 30th, 2012 at
WOW…what a year this has been. It seems every year in my life just gets better and better. I am excited to be starting a new year on Tuesday. Are you?
I hear people complaining about the economy all the time. What they don’t realize is that the economy is not what’s bad. It’s the nature of the jobs today. We are moving more toward an electronic age. Everything is online. There are more home based millionaires today than there were total millionaires about ten years ago. But…how can that be with such a horrible economy? It’s all a lie!!
The people willing to put out the time, effort and money to learn how to work WITH this changing world. More people are shopping online than ever before. More people are working online than ever before.
Where are you at the end of 2012? Was it a better or worse year than 2011? You can’t continue to do what you’ve always done and claim that life and the economy are getting worse. The economy is great for people who are willing to work WITH the changes that come along instead of doing the same things that no longer work.
Make 2013 your best year ever. Get started right with my “name your own price” New Year Group Coaching special.
Happy New Year!! Here’s to making 2013 your greatest year!!
Friday, December 14th, 2012 at
According to http://downrightnow.com/facebook, facebook has been experiencing a service interruption since 5:33 am this morning 12/14/12.
Apparently this outage only applies to the regular website and not the mobile version. Mobile users are still able to get on.
I will report more later as more details become available.
UPDATE: Apparently anyone using Frontier for DSL is unable to connect to facebook.com and has to use m.facebook.com instead until they fix the issue. It appears that other ISPs are able to connect. More info here. Call Frontier to report the problem so they get it fixed ASAP. 800-921-8101
Friday, June 22nd, 2012 at
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “Fake it till you make it”. Should you pretend to be successful even if you aren’t?
One reason many people love the internet is anonymity. But, you never know who you are really talking to online.
I don’t condone flat out lying about how successful you are. For example, this and similar phrasing has been going around lately on the internet:
Before 10:00 am I made more money online than some people make in their entire 8 hour shift. —>>>NOT BRAGGING JUST BEING HONEST!
Come on!!! I am amazed at the number of people who fall for this crap. MAYBE one day you did that, but not on a daily basis. I know for a fact that some of the people using this have never made a dime online. Now, maybe if they are not employed and their 8 hour shift is sitting home watching TV, it may be true.
What I do recommend is that you NEVER say, online in a public space, how UNSUCCESSFUL you are. NEVER complain that you are broke. You can talk to your coach about it, but that’s it.
In all public spaces, you have to at least give the appearance that you are successful or no one will take you seriously. That does not mean put up pics of gorgeous houses and expensive vehicles and pretend they are yours. It simply means do not complain or broadcast that you are UNsuccessful.
Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 at
A little over a year ago my husband had a sub arachnoid brain hemorrhage. At the time I was working a network marketing company called Send Out Cards (SOC). SOC touts their philosophy of sending “heartfelt cards”. When this happened with my husband, three of my upline team members knew of the brain hemorrhage. My husband spent 15 days in the neuro ICU. We didn’t know if he was going to make it or not.
One of my upline team members has a yahoo group where they post people’s names and addresses who need cards for one reason or another. The group is run by one of my upline team members. She called me to ask if there was anything she could do to help me with my business. I explained what was going on with my husband and she said “I’m sorry to hear that. OK…let me know when you are ready to get back to start working again”. WHAT?? And, to top it all off, because I did not SPECIFICALLY ask her to ask the group to send me cards, no one sent cards. I got six cards and well wishes and they were all from people who were in a previous company with me and/or knew me prior to SOC. NOT ONE PERSON from Send Out Cards sent a card or a note or anything. It seems all this lady upline from me cared about is HER check and HER bottom line. And her upline too. He knew what happened with my husband. Did he send a card? NO.
Send Out Cards reps are only concerned with sending cards when it benefits them. This is MY opinion and based on what I’ve experienced. Needless to say, that is when I stopped working SOC.