Posts by Painter14 6
May 22, 2016
There is nothing like waking up to a eureka moment and realizing you have been going at it all wrong. I host a website I usually don't mention at WA, except for my cookie blog because a lot of content is provided by my clients. But it's still my ezine, blog, whatever you want to call it. Part of it is a community events column and that is how I get to my point. Lots of people were obviously searching for this particular event because I suddenly had over 250 people hit my site at once. That's wh
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Going though Facebook posts quickly this morning I came across a video of David Bowie. I played it over and over it was so on point. Simply said, he described what he thought of the role of each artist. Never make what you do about other people. Don't play to the gallery. That you need to fulfill your own expectations not other people's. He also suggested that we are at our most creative when we feel not quite safe,out of our depth. Like the point when, in the water, your feet can't quite touc
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May 04, 2016
There is nothing like a dose of reality to make you appreciative of what you have. I have to admit I have watched the many disasters that happen around the planet on the news, TV and internet with some of shock and sympathy. But there is a feeling of being separated from it. But the disaster that has hit my province of Alberta, in the fires that have devastated the city of Fort McMurray have made me very thoughtful this evening. It's two sided. One has me thinking that my little business stress
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May 02, 2016
I was reminded of an old adage as I listening to a webinar this morning. "Facts tell, stories sell." The speaker was making the point that we need to tell our story. How many of us ever share our story? Not so much what we do but why we do what we do. For me it was a good reminder for when I write, or when talk with someone, including myself.
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April 20, 2016
I've read a few comments by people who are struggling to get through the training, struggling to find topics to write and the biggest, struggling to believe. I get it, I was there well before I found Wealthy Affiliate. But I realized something this morning as I was going through another course. Knowledge empowers. It also works.Since joining WA I have accomplished things like really understanding and embracing my niche. I found a niche that doesn't have a lot of content. That took some work and
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April 16, 2016
It's been an amazing few weeks since I started working my way through the WA courses. Some of the things taught I was already doing on my website. Others, lots of them, I had not even heard about. I think it is like starting anything, you learn what you need just to get something started but you don't have a complete understanding of the process. That's how I feel WA is for me. But I am connecting the dots. For example, authorship. I had no idea about that, had never heard of it. Just one of th
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