Dialogue: The Key to InnovationWritten by Kim Green-Spangler
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* Maintain communication with your colleagues and clients. The most innovative and successful individuals on Internet have realized simple truth that you should turn your "contacts" into "relationships." That is, maintain communication with your customers, even if you are not expecting repeat sales. This holds true for your suppliers as well. The insight you can get from your discussion with these people will more than make up for time you might lose writing emails! * Seek expert opinions. The greatest asset of a lot of so-called Internet "gurus" is simply their experience. Don't be afraid to tap into this experience by communicating with people who may have knowledge or information that you don't. For instance, if you have a question about marketing, don't be afraid to email someone who does it for a living. You may get more than an answer -- these kinds of questions often lead to profitable professional relationships. Even if you are sitting by yourself behind a computer in your house, realize that you are not alone unless you choose to be. Don't fall into trap of isolation -- create and maintain relationships that will help spark your imagination and get those creative juices flowing!
Kim Green-Spangler is a home-based freelance writer. She also runs a successful copywriting, ghostwriting, and resume writing business - www.justwrite4u.com
Home Business And The "Fight or Flight" ResponseWritten by Douglas Arias
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Because they were scams! Unfortunately, scams out number honest ideas and they don’t care if you’re a work at home mom or a work at home dad. They are “equal opportunity” employers. However, because I failed several times, I learned how to recognize schemes before it was to late. My point is, trial and error is just a part of learning process. Without it, we would still be living in caves making funny noises and marveling at concept of fire. Things will NOT always go according to plan. There will be times when you must stop, evaluate, and retrace your steps so that you get it right next time around. Don’t set your goals in “concrete” allow for flexibility and you will get past them. So, don’t let fear get in way of your dreams. If you have critics, think of them as one more reason to succeed. Failure is always a possibility. Accept it and move on. If you dwell on it, you will never get started and ultimately, you will never know if you would have failed or succeeded. There will never be a better time than RIGHT NOW. The light is still green so relax your grip, take your foot off brake, and put pedal to floor. The competition has a small lead but don’t worry. With a little courage and determination, you’ll get where you want to go.
Douglas Arias is the owner of http://www.homeworksolutions.info a web site that offers legitimate and proven home employment ideas and work at home scam alerts.