First, IANAL, so, this is only educational information from a fellow author.
For copyright concerns, the kind of references you will be making are called, "Fair Use." and fall under the Fair Use Doctrine…"
"In software outsourcing, graphic design, and web design, this is called a "revenue sharing" model. I do this occasionally with my company. Some things you need to look out for are the structure of the revenue sharing, the length of term,…"
"A lot of podcasters, like myself, do both. Record the video, pull the audio from it and post the studio to your RSS feed (plus iTunes, stitcher, Google Play, etc) and post the video to YouTube.
One caution, we recently had one of our videos taken…"
I looked at your site that Allan linked. I mean this in the nicest possible way, but you need a designer, too.
"There are a lot of options, a custom build comes top-to-mind. This community doesn't need anything complicated.
You could also use a tweaked open source solution:
Or an open-source/commercial…"
"I've been pondering this very question and I can only speak for my current situation. I love 48 Days and have benefited greatly from this community, but I've noticed a decline in engagement.
The Ning system used for the community is…"
"Ann, Thanks for this info. I know my wife, Karen, and I have talked off and on for years about if we should spend the money or not to get a fitness tracker. We still have not taken the plunge. We have apps on our phones that track steps and…"
Congrats on all the work you have accomplished YTD. That is awesome. It's also great that you are recognizing that you are maxed out and need to re-evaluate where you are going and how you will get there. Whether you decide you need to…"
I'm so glad that you still had the post up and I was able to vote. I really like your choices for artwork and how varied they are. I just went and voted and wish you the best of luck in this new venture."
I appreciate you sharing your heart, both with your original post as well as your update. I love that you are learning more about yourself, what you enjoy and what you are good at. I know that handymen are very needed, no matter what city…"
How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
Listened to the Wisdom Meets Passion Audible Book. I hope to overcome the things that are preventing me from doing the work I love.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
Working on figuring that out.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
1) Better physical health (lose fat)
2) Find work I love
What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I took inventory with my wife (as a sanity check), here's what we came up with:
I am an excellent/excellent at:
- problem solver
- having an aesthetic eye
- seeing through the typical bull (prophecy)
- telling the truth that others don't want to hear (prophecy)
- seeing alternative points of view, non-conformist
- software design (though, I don't love this anymore, at least not designing software for others)
- website design and development (though, I don't love this anymore, at least not designing software for others)
- software engineering (though, I don't love this anymore, at least not designing software for others)
- excellent at connecting with animals (animals often take a quick liking to me even when they don't with other people)
- at understanding introverts and what they need
- identifying patterns (actors, music, etc)
- having a broad spectrum of skill and knowledge to draw on for problem solving
- Interviewing. I've always done well in interviews.
- Public speaking/entertaining speaking
With work and dedication, I could be excellent at:
- Photography and editing
- Music composition/recording
- Graphic Arts
- Directing (art and film)
This is a portion of The Immense Center that did not make it into the final book. Not because I felt it wasn’t good, but because I felt it interfered with the pacing. The characters are the narrator, Gabe, Mick,…
Welcome to the community. You will find lots of valuable information and resources on the 48days.net site.
If you want to connect with other like-minded entrepreneurs to share ideas and get feedback, I am getting ready to start a mastermind group in a few weeks. You can check out the details and benefits here, if you would like to join.
Welcome to the 48days.net community Michael! You will find encouragement and support as you grow your platform or gain clarity for your next career. I'd love to have you join my group, purposeful, passionate, and prosperous where we share strategies, struggles, and victories in our businesses and careers. You could also visit my website movedbypurpose.net