I’m a very hard sell at broke!

1. Why am I a hard sell?



This question came from replying to an e-mail where someone was trying to sell a course and in the topic line I put this comment. For more than a year, I’ve been trying to figure out how to make money online. I’ve read until my eyes and head hurt, but no lightbulb moment until this day, Jan. 5th, 2009. I was always asking for a break, when I should have been asking where do I go for free, to build up an income before I just go jumping in with no brains attached.

2. Why or what could I have done differently?



I live on welfare, for nearly 31 years. (Can’t wait until I say, “Lived” on welfare.) I can say that over the years, I did try to get off, but didn’t last. Things changed as so did many things in my life. Until today, Jan. 5th, 2009, I never thought I would ever have a chance, a real chance of getting off of this welfare for good!

As I was stuck on complaining of what should or could do. I should have be paying more attention on what was right in front of me. The word, “Blogging” sat there and looked me square in the eye, didn’t see it! Didn’t have a clue what it was about, or how to do it.

Thought about the kind of software needed, but still didn’t do anything about it. So, wasting time, lots of time, a year or more. I began to see more and more blogging sites and got very interested in what this new thing was about. Would it work, did I have enough talent to write such a thing for the world to see. From two very special people, they said ” Yes, You can do this”. Thank you for opening my eyes.

3. Is there a way out?



Yes, there is a way out. It’s called blogging. For me, it will take a few months, maybe even a year before I see my self off of welfare for good, but in the meantime, in between time, it’s time to blog! Blogging is an art form unique to itself. Just one’s very thoughts to help someone from rages to riches in no time. For me, this is my beginning of what I thought would be a long learning curve, but no, just type as you would talk, and your off and running. While topic’s are very important, content is equally just as important. Start with a hobbie that you’ve done for years. Write down what you’ve learned, as it just might help someone who is just starting out in that hobbie.


My thoughts on this topic: My hobbie is woodburning with a little wood finishing on the side. I’m not an expert by no stretch of one’s imagination. I noticed one thing that bugs the devil out of me, is how some sharpen their chisels, not the curly one’s, the straight ones. I leave the curly ones for the pro’s. On a wet stone, lay your tool flat (flat side of the tool) on top of your wet stone, handle closest to the stone. In one pass over the wet stone, let the tool be removed from the stone and bring back for another pass. Repeat on the angle edge of the tool, by doing this same process. Do not rotate it, or wet the wetstone. This will help, but it may hurt more. What I mean is, that by doing it dry, you can get a sharper edge on the tool. Also by following the way the tool was made adds to the life of it too. By rotating the tool in a circler motion on the wetstone, it thins the cutting edge as it could and would chip or break. By doing this little trick, it may save you buying another tool for your woodcarving
4. Where and when can I start?





To begin, pick a topic or product that you feel passionate about. I like to write my thoughts down in word pad to get the creative juices going. Then, once I feel I got something going, I’ll move to “WordPress” and transfer those thoughts to my new blog. I am beginning to feel this passion, big time! I am excited of the possiblilities out there of what new topics I can touch on to help someone.

Where I started was by joining ClickBank. Very simple, and it’s free. One of the best places for digital everything. This is my first choice, I invite you to check it out. I’m not asking you to buy anything. Just your thoughts please. You can click this link, [ http://www.dollarmonitor.com/affsites/afx/118086.html ]

I’m sure your curious? I was too.


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