A tree does not sit in judgement of the future or the past. A flower does not compare itself to other flowers and say, “I should be richer, smarter, prettier or more fragrant.” So many of us seem to derive a divine sense of peace from nature and maybe this is because the essence of nature seems to be ever in harmony with what is.
Nicole Distefano Stoddard is owner of a company called Lucky Dog Recreation, a playground equipment company with 6 -10 employees in SouthEast Idaho.
She and her husband Curtis have recently started building their real estate portfolio and developed an additional $1,500 in income with their first project.
Have you ever wondered why big advertising platforms such as Facebook and Google have, what seem to be, anti-network marketing policies in place?
I was just placing an ad this morning and read in Facebook’s terms that the platform is not to be used for get rich quick and/or network marketing ads.
The other day I read a blog post from a marketing guru, Seth Godin, making the point that “Selfish marketing doesn’t last.”
Actually, the post was so short, let me paste it here so you can see it.
Side note: Seth’s blog is proof positive that blog posts don’t need to be novels to add value and stay in touch with your prospects.
Just because one has a few things figured out, doesn’t mean one has all things figured out.
Nevertheless, it seems the tendency to assume, that when a person makes some money, obtains a degree, or writes a book, they become experts in all things concerning the lives of others.
“I’m successful in business therefore, I have all the solutions for your challenges in life, listen to exactly what I say or suffer” says the self righteously “Omnipotent” leader.