In the first couple of weeks of this month (June ’11) I had the privilege of sitting in on two phenomenal events. The first was staged near San Francisco by the Millionaire Messenger, Brendon Burchard. The second was staged in San Diego by Make Market Launch, Mike Koenigs. Both of these men bring tremendous value,…
I have a lot of good people around me. People I love and trust and people who love and trust me.
I went out for dinner with one such person last night – Tanushka. Actually it was dessert, but that’s not the point. We enjoyed Turkish delights! But that’s not the point either.
We talked blogging and marketing and credibility and building trust and the like.
It’s important to me that people KNOW, or can SEE with their own eyes that I do what I say I do. I want people to trust me. Who doesn’t? I also want people to have confidence in me. To not just walk by faith but by sight.
Will Rogers says, “If you can do it, it ain’t bragging.” I can do what I say I can. But, beyond that is being able to prove to folk that I do what I say I do, I suppose.
I know a lot of people who say they can do something, but like the Jerry McGuire fellow, “Show me the money!” or the gal from Missouri, the “Show me!” state, sometimes we need proof, real tangible evidence. A reply to show me.
Here is a screen shot I took just a few moments ago from one of my sites.
I wrote about this yesterday at How do you get 2,000,000 page views in 42 days at one site?
This image has the
Here’s the newest in the Wil.by adventures.
Just over a month ago NowPublic asked me to write for them. In less than 40 days the site has accumlated 1,895,658 views (June 10, 2011 at 10:10am PST)
A very large portion of those visits were students searching for the results of exams they had taken. My team and I searched for where those results could be found and posted it for them.
This prompted me to have an Exam Wilby created to capture the experience of the student
– study – look – celebrate!
I think so.
Check out my alter ego in his
The unemployment rate is something like 9.1%…say the newspapers.
The actual rate is supposed to be more like 16+%.
Here in Silicon Valley, where I live, it is even higher. I know a LOT of people who are looking for work.
I have more work and more potential to earn income than I can possibly keep up with at the moment. Help!
I read a marketing report today.
One of the biggest buzz words in business these days is
Vince Lombardi. Now that guy is a teacher and a motivator. I remember a Bart Starr (anybody NOT know who he is?) quote. “When Coach told you to sit down, you didn’t go looking for a chair.” Lombardi is a “national symbol of single-minded determination.” Another story I read about Lombardi was one morning he…