The industrial era killed our ability to think in an untethered way. The drive-downtown-and-crank-my-widget-from-eight-til-five turned the American worker into a higher form of cattle. We learned not
to think "outside the stall."
But then a new era dawned... and then another.First, the dawn of the internet.
The Industrial Age has gave way to the Information Age. Almost anything is now possible. Because of the internet, one can now design and build income streams that allows him to live where he wants, work from his passion on his own terms - without sacrificing lifestyle. (Seventy percent of adults are online. Don't you think you can find your market somewhere in there?)The second dawn was Web 2.0.
The internet grew up. Broadband has become ubiquitous. And that has changed everything. In a Web 2.0 world things are different. Things are better.
No longer will a simple brochure website do the trick. Your customers want community. They want interaction with you and with each other. They don't buy from the person with the best sales pitch. They buy from the person they "know, like and trust." Web 2.0 demands it, commands it and makes it possible.
The person who will thrive in a Web 2.0 world will be the one who handles New Media
well: blogging, podcasting, and videocasting.
The person who thrives in a Web 2.0 world will also be the one who works faster and produces more through leveraging the internet's power to build his low-cost, speedy (often multi-national) team. In a Web 2.0 world, participants include cost effective, talented virtual assistants from around the world. This is unprecedented. And when you know how to access and leverage their talents, it means a quicker launch of your ideas and thousands of dollars toward your bottom line.
This group will be focused on tying together all you are learning about coaching, speaking and other untethered options and "putting it all together" into one internet based "hub" that you can operate from anywhere.
We will focus on building community around your brand through New Media channels and accessing the power of Web 2.0 to keep your content flowing and growing for maximum profit