Aiding Angry AlliesWritten by Ruth Marlene Friesen
You may have seen this in Bible;
"Do not make friends with a hot-tempered man, do not associate with one easily angered..." *
Fairly obvious advice, since we all know that an angry person can become violent and hurt us. We have learned over last decade or two that an abuser or criminal has often a submerged anger.
But how many of us can recognize latent or hidden anger in an individual? Is it possible to spot signs and avoid becoming too close to an angry friend?
Lets skip backwards, spin around three times and see if we don't land back at beginning where anyone first picks up a deep, unresolved anger.
Isn't it when someone disappoints us so hard, or doesn't measure up to promises or expectation, that we get that first gash to our spirit? If it happened to us as a child, we somehow don't sense permission to get angry over our disappointment, so we submerge it. Or we may be old enough to reason why promise really wasn't coming to us, or other person had every right to hurt us.
But that gash has been made, It doesn't follow that reasoning. Untreated, it festers and grows maggots.
Time passes, we grow older and we go on to other things. That gash eventually grows a scab over it. However, it is forever touchy, and if anything or anyone resembling original weapon which axed it comes near, all our spiritual nerves tingle, ready to take flight or to fight.
Those people who turn into physical hulks, or are confident in some other aspect of life, are likely to fight. It is old wound lashing back, and we call it an angry outburst.
"Suggestions For The Beginning Marketer"Written by Jane Fulton
"Suggestions For The Beginning Marketer" (C)janes-place
I want to share with you some of things that I have learned on internet. Unfortunately, I am hard-headed. I get an idea and I want to do it MY way. Sometimes that can be good, sometimes it's not so good.
When I was trying to get my website on internet, some well-meaning people suggested that I get a free site and try out some of my ideas before going to expense of putting up my own website. Well, I signed up for a couple of free sites and tried out control panel. I found that I was so restricted, that I decided not to do it that way. I went back to my way.
If I had it to do all over again, I would have used free site to find out which direction I really wanted to go in. Use free site as a "tester". I'm not telling you to stay with a free site. The reason I say use it as a "tester", is because I started janes-place out as one type of site, but found that I changed it as time went on, in order to satisfy my visitors. If you don't satisfy your visitors, they "won't" come back!
Use free site and add different pages. Find out what your visitors are interested in, then you can go to expense of purchasing a domain name, getting a host and all other things for your website. You will also learn a lot about marketing and find out what works best for you and your "audience".
My host offers free sites and you can get one at: http://www.linkopp.com/banners/cgi-bin/refer.cgi?JF22091 If you get a free site through my host, I am familiar with control panel and will help you out, if you need it.
Another suggestion that was made to me in beginning, was to find a "niche". My thinking on this was, if I offered 'Something For Everyone, Even Uncle Elmer', I would be able to attract more people and give my visitors variety. Take it from me. That may work for WalMart, but it doesn't work on internet. You will do a lot better, if you find your 'niche' market. Let's look at this example: You are interested in a site for women. Ok, women are your 'audience'. What type of women do you want to reach? Narrow it down. Let's say that you decide to go with crafts. Narrow it down even further. Let's say that you have been crocheting for some time and you enjoy crocheting. Ok, let's use that. So far, we have decided that we want to reach women that like to crochet. Let's narrow that down a little more, to women that want to learn how to crochet.