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Friday, December 31, 2010

The Money Need

As the New Year dawns will everything just go on the way it is..or will there be drama,chaos or what else will it be? It's a good time to remember Ralph Waldo Emerson's words :"We are all inventors, each sailing out on a voyage of discovery, guided each by a private chart, of which there is no duplicate. The world is all gates, all opportunities."
Here's one overworked teacher's road to financial freedom without being an expert or having  had to study masses of marketing materials.Of planting an income generating tree now than blowing away a rainy day fund or a saved-up cash nest starting a business ...

The Money Need

Monday, December 20, 2010

This Page Is Not For You If ....

This page is not for you if...
  • you love blogging more than building a rainmaker's income 
  • you are stuck on " free," even at the expense of time, money and low traffic and no income 
  • you already have or own a significantly profitable Web-based business
The rest of this page is for you if you want to blaze a new trail to grow a rainy day income instead of pouring yourself into a new business that demands huge funds, manpower and resources and if you are...
  • new to all this ( perhaps even skeptical about the idea of building profitable e-businesses)
  • aware that it is possible to earn life-impacting income online, but have yet to succeed
  • highly Web-savvy, trying for years, and can't figure out why significant profits elude you. 
 the rest of the page ....

Monday, December 13, 2010

A Tale Of Two ONCE Fishing Villages

What set off this race and the ensuing 'battle' for supremacy?The race that set many a page ablaze in newspapers in South East Asia for decades?Both were Great Britain's enclaves.Both were mere fishing villages.What transformed them into the financial hubs of Asia?

As the race kicked off in the '60's a policy of tight budgets, low taxes and a non interfering government gave space to free wheeling entrepreneurism to take to the skies in Hong Kong.Far away, the other fishing village ,
Singapore, got off  to a start on a raft of  a government of professional bureaucrats.Smart,well paid civil servants and decision makers navigated it's course.How did they race through those twilight years?One was the energy from it's people, the other the energy from the leadership.Hong Kong relied on the entrepreneuralism of it's people and their hunger for wealth and better tomorrows which gave them the spirit and energies to drive through hard,biting times.Singapore on the other hand worked hard at reinventing itself,stealthily pushing off into the economic waves of the future - high tech , software development etc - with a leadership that was priming itself for crisis management anytime, all the while.

So what works? Perhaps it's the persistency of approaches,of crossing frontiers,challenging practices , questioning the unquestioned.But above all , a willingness to GO into the future instead of waiting for it to arrive has given these former fishing villages leagues mileage.

Your talents and energies are all the pedals that could give you an edge over your peers if you raft off and ask,seek and knock on a new frontier.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

A Very Special From SBI ...

(This Offer Is Now Over )
Should You Full Blog? For Most Small Business People..."Full-Blogging" Is the Wrong Choice To Build a Business  

Blogging. Everyone's doing it.

And that is a financial mistake for most small businesses. Few make much money at blogging because it is usually the wrong way to grow an online business. That's important if you want your Web venture to be more than just a hobby ("an activity or interest pursued for pleasure and not primarily for income"). 

Friday, December 10, 2010

Blogging - Why Shouldn't I Join The Crowd?

Many people are looking to the Internet nowadays to make money. Since blogs are cheap and simple to start (free blog-building software and $100/year hosting) and because "everybody's doing it," they think a blog must be the best and easiest way to build a small business online.But this is a serious mistake.Ultimately, your business is exposed to changes in rules, a decision to terminate the service, etc. Check the agreement. You will find your risk is total and your future is out of your hands. Blogs are essentially a "one-to-many" platform through which bloggers share the latest news and/or their views. But most blogs are unvisited and fail.

Only a few exceptional people have the time, talent and inclination to blog frequently enough to become a high-traffic "news center" of their particular area of interest (ex.,, or to be known as a creative commentator (ex.,
Aside from that, blogging and hosting only covers 1 out of the 10 steps necessary to build a profitable online business. .....

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The Only Reason.......

'The only reason I have been a great teacher is because I didn't do a single thing you told me to.I ignored your 'standards', I thwarted your bureaucracy and I taught unauthorized material.I filled out those forms that said the students were in their desks when they were really taking horizon-expanding study trips.I had them read real books instead of those inane,dumbed-down textbooks of yours. I taught them real history instead of the porridge of revisionist pabulum you call social studies... a reason why most kids follow the herd into a bleak future instead of thinking for themselves'- John Taylor Gatto.

Read The Book...