Have a Vision in the New Information (and Technological) Age...and for YOUR LIFE (Part Two)

Written by Craig Lock

I think that anyone withrepparttar desire and persistence can be successful in cyberspace; because it is a long hard journey to success. I truly believe a good idea, a big helping of enthusiasm, together with a dash of innovation, plus a great deal of time and effort in implementing it, faith in yourself and persistence (not necessarily in that order) isrepparttar 133561 KEY to internet marketing success.

The present "technological revolution", electronic commerce andrepparttar 133562 information age could be justrepparttar 133563 reciperepparttar 133564 world needs for a level playing field of socially responsible (or "compassionate"capitalism... and not "Gordon Gecko type greed") - a "new order" in which smaller countries and "the little people" with imagination + vision can take on repparttar 133565 corporations andrepparttar 133566 giant countries, likerepparttar 133567 US and Japan.

Living in a small isolated " city" of 30,000 people nearrepparttar 133568 bottom of repparttar 133569 world made us realise some years agorepparttar 133570 tremendous benefits of distributing useful (valuable and most importantly, helpful) information (hopefully!) aroundrepparttar 133571 world at minimal cost viarepparttar 133572 www. (New Zealand's and specifically, Gisborne's geographic isolation and "survival mentality" certainly breeds entrepreneurial creativity, IMAGINATION and effort!) .

I believe e-commerce (with it's instant communications) isrepparttar 133573 new frontier of doing business world-wide and isrepparttar 133574 way ofrepparttar 133575 future (especially for geographically isolated communities, and "homebiz people", like us). Eagle Productions was started as a "one man business" with NO CAPITAL and just one or two "very clever" friends, who helped "total non-techno me" with computer expertise in this most economically deprived region of "little old New Zealand". This has now "developed" to a few people working (and having heaps of fun) in "Sleepy Hollow", together with a number of overseas associates. (We have developed a number of strategic business alliances recently). *

Have a Vision in the New Information (and Technological) Age...and for YOUR LIFE (Part Three)

Written by Craig Lock

Asrepparttar ancient Chinese proverb said: "It's a privilege to live in exciting times."

I don't have any "techno skills"; yet we work in a "synergetic relationship " (big words to impress you, but which simply means "1 + 1 = 3 -repparttar 133560 whole is greater thanrepparttar 133561 sum ofrepparttar 133562 individual parts/persons"). We are working together towards a common goals in a business vision, whereby we all help and complement each other with our particular strengths (and attempt to cover weaknesses...and I've got plenty of those!).

The successful cyber entrepreneur of today could well berepparttar 133563 equivalent ofrepparttar 133564 Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Kennedy's, Paul Getty's and Henry Ford's of yesteryear, especially inrepparttar 133565 new ENTREPRENEURIAL (nice big word) AGE, which I believe, is even more important (and a more appropriate term) thanrepparttar 133566 information age (not that I'd like to be one of them, a business "tycoon", btw!).

I believe it is essential to have a vision ofrepparttar 133567 future to achieve success in business (as in life itself)...because puttingrepparttar 133568 vision into words keeps you on track through imprinting onrepparttar 133569 sub-conscious mind. Then total focus + EFFORT (ie. ACTION) breeds an absolute commitment to achievingrepparttar 133570 goal,repparttar 133571 "impossible dream".

My associate, Bill and I here have an ultimate vision (or dream) of Gisborne onrepparttar 133572 East Coast ofrepparttar 133573 North Island of scenic and tranquil New Zealand one day being a "recognised" centre of electronic, as well as conventional publishing, a world-renowned centre in providing quality courses in distance education and adult online teaching. Perhaps one day even becoming a centre of excellence in developing technology inrepparttar 133574 South Pacific. Fools, dreamers, "those guys"!

Thanks to my "technogeek" associates, Bill Rosoman in Gisborne, Stephan Van Lingen in South Africa, my former country (http://www.bridgeniche.com) and Erich Licht of Rapture Web design in Ohio, USA (http://www.rapturewebservices.com) for all their hard work, help, drive, talent and vision, as I don't understand much of modern technology - "a total non-techno", who couldn't even turn on a computer four years ago!).

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