Welcome to Yonder Willow Wellness. As part of my business I write for 4 different website, 1 for each of the 4 areas that I focus on in my business: wellness, network marketing, internet marketing, and personal development.
Below you can see the highlights of my most recent blog post on each of those sites.
Now, I’m not complaining. It has been great. Normally at this time of year we close ourselves up inside with the air conditioner.
Instead, I have been able to go hiking with my family the past few weeks and we only close our windows when it rains hard, which has happened more than usual too.
Along with the cooler daytime temperatures though, come colder nighttime temperatures too. So what do you do when you are cold at night in the summer, either at home or out camping.
He wanted to know if I would show him how I was building my business online.
About 2 months ago he asked me if I would speak about internet marketing at an event that he was organizing. Sure, why not.
I’m not a public speaker and don’t want to be. I’m perfectly happy working exclusively online.
The event was 2 weeks ago, and when I stood up to speak my mind went completely blank. I could only remember my name because Gary had just used it when he introduced me.
I made it through my presentation though I wouldn’t call it exactly coherent. So, here’s my presentation as I intended it to be, in an environment that I’m more comfortable with – a blog.
It’s long, just over 4,000 words (he wanted me to speak for 30 minutes). There’s Always Another Way – How to Make Network Marketing Work Online.
I recently received an email from a list that I joined a few months ago. I believe it is a perfect example of a few things that you shouldn’t do if you want to keep your list.
In this post I take apart the email I received and share the rules that it violated.
I believe more in focusing on what to do right and not so much in pointing out what to do wrong, but this one was too good to pass up.
So let’s look at a poor example of an email and figure out some better email marketing practices.
It doesn’t take very long in those topics to come up the idea of duality, and it is never described as a good thing.
The problem for me was that I never found a good definition of what duality is. That made it very hard to understand why duality was such a bad thing.
Well, I finally found a good explanation and I share my new understanding of it in this post – what does duality mean?