When I first started this blog a few years ago I had a vision for what I wanted to create . Since that time many changes have taken place .Last year a family member attracted a terminal illness and someone close to me crossed over . There are times when we have to step and rest and heal but we must NEVER GIVE UP !
I have met some really great people online and I am about to start doing circles to facilitate healing . If u want to learn more about that feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ok back to internet marketing I am looking at joining some long term programs that have had proven success in the past and been a while at least a few years .One thing I really want to stress when joining programs is dont spend more than you can afford to lose . This might sound like common sense but you would be suprised at what happens when people use emotion instead of logic to make decisions.
Here is an article that was shared with me so i thought I would pass it on
OFTEN LIFE DOESN'T go in the direction we
want it to. Does that mean our lives are
doomed and we can't achieve the success
we dream of? Let's be realistic: Everybody
fails. Consider the following.
Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper
editor because "he lacked imagination and
had no good ideas." Disney went bankrupt
several times before he built Disneyland. In
fact, the proposed park was rejected by the
city of Anaheim, California, on the grounds
that it would only attract "riffraff."
Thomas Edison's teachers said he was
"too stupid to learn anything." He was fired
from his first two jobs for being "nonproductive."
As an inventor, Edison made more than
1,000 unsuccessful attempts to invent the
light bulb. When a reporter asked him how it
felt to fail 1,000 times, Edison said that he
didn't fail all those times, but that the light
bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.
Albert Einstein did not speak until he
was 4 years old and did not read until he was
7. His parents thought he was "subnormal,"
and one of his teachers described him as
"mentally slow, unsociable and adrift
forever in foolish dreams." He was expelled
Every cartoon that Charles Schulz,
creator of the comic strip Peanuts, submitted
to the yearbook staff at his high school was
After Fred Astaire's first screen test, the
memo from the testing director of MGM, dated
1933, read, "Can't act. Can't sing. Slightly bald.
Can dance a little." Astaire kept that memo
over the fireplace in his Beverly Hills home.
Decca Records turned down a recording
contract with The Beatles with this fascinating
evaluation: "We don't like their sound.
Guitar groups are on their way out."
A friend of mine in the music industry
personally auditioned a singer by the name
of Reg Dwight in the 1960s. He unceremoniously
shoved the singer out of his office for
wasting his time. That singer is now better
known as Elton John.
Imagine if these individuals had given up,
believing they were doomed to failure and
would never achieve success. Do you think
they ever felt down and depressed? Sure. But
they didn't allow a gloomy state to overtake
them, to overpower their desire to succeed. In
every case they did succeed--in a huge way,
far greater than their wildest dreams.
Bad experiences can be viewed as positive
in hindsight. They can be stepping stones
rather than stumbling blocks. It's your choice.
But be determined to never give up.
Andrew Lock - http://helpmybusiness.com/