Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 at
How do you make money online? You charge people for your expertise and/or knowledge.
I love the fact that so many people come to me for life and business advice.
With that said, I can no longer spend hours and hours on the phone consulting for free. There are many of you who have been calling and emailing over the past few weeks wanting me to call you to answer “a quick question about…”.
While I would LOVE to be able to work for free, it is no longer feasible for me to give away my time. You may think that 15 minutes here and 15 minutes there isn’t a lot. But…it is when it’s 15 or 20 people per week who want “just a few minutes” of my time, it adds up. If I give away just 15 minutes of free consulting every week to just 15 people, that’s almost FOUR HOURS of my time that I did not get paid on.
If you need time with me and need my help with something, send me an EMAIL at roxanne at roxannegreen dot com and request a quote. Let me know what your needs are. I will be happy to give you a quote for coaching based on your needs.
If you have never worked with me before, feel free to visit http://roxannegreen.com/coaching and fill out the form for a free 30 minute consulting session. DO NOT fill out this form if you’ve already had one or more free email or phone helps from me. ONE free 30 minute consulting session per lifetime.
Why am I doing this? I teach people how to make money from home. I would NEVER teach you to give away your time for free. We all have to give away some free material. For example, my free 30 minute coaching session or my free audios or my free ebooks. But…we do NOT have to give away everything for free. That is how to NOT make money from home, not how TO make money from home.
Friday, May 11th, 2012 at
When to stop breastfeeding is a highly personal decision.
I was appalled that Time Magazine decided to feature a mom on the cover who was breastfeeding her son, who appears to be about 4 years old. Don’t get me wrong…I’m not against the mother breastfeeding this child. I am against the photo on the cover of the magazine.
The mom supposedly did this to draw attention to something called “attachment parenting”. Take a look at the cover and tell me if this mother and child appear to be attached in any way OTHER than his mouth on her breast? To me, the photo does not depict a loving, attached mom. She (and the child, frankly) appears rather UNattached.
If you want to breastfeed your three, four, five, six, seven year old, that is YOUR business. But…you do not have to do it in public. By two or three years old, a child is old enough to understand that they would have to wait a few minutes to get “fed”. If your child is older than two and you are using this “attachment parenting” excuse to continue breastfeeding, go to a room by yourselves and bond with your child. Your child is NOT getting “attachment” by having a boob stuck into his or her mouth in public. That is not a bonding thing. It should be a private time between mom and child, not a public spectacle.
When you breastfeed a baby, you hold them and nurture them. You don’t stand them on a chair and stick your boob in their mouth.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 at
Grab your favorite beverage, turn up your speakers and relax for a few minutes. The following story might make you a lot of money, might not. It can’t hurt to listen. It only takes a couple minutes out of your day. Enjoy!
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