Join Me for a FREE…..

Workshop, Class, Seminar, Teleseminar. You guessed it: the new media is largely FREEYouTubeFacebook, Twitter, Blogging, Pintrest, Newsletters, Podcasts, Blog Talk Radio, LinkedIn) and-on-and-on. Which brings me to this point: it’s a revolution. And what revolutions do is they destroy the perfect and then they enable the impossible.  That when we think about how we got here and where people find out about stuff, and how they find out about stuff, it’s changing.

So why teach it in school as if it were a frightening theory? Why encourage people to be afraid? Just do it. Build your own platform. Appear in the places that seem productive or interesting or challenging or fun. Experiment quietly, figure out what works, do it more. No need to be a rookie, and certainly you shouldn’t spread yourself too thin or quit at the first sign of failure… but… quit waiting for the right answer, quit waiting for the dummies guide.

By the time we tell you the right answer, it’ll be too late.

***An Invitation to Guest Post on my Blog. Here you will find all the details about the process.***


5 thoughts on “Join Me for a FREE…..

  1. You got me with that title and your definition of revolution! The last time someone offered me free webinars or videos it caused email overkill. There is something to be said for doing what works as opposed to what social media advocates suggest. There are a few exceptions, for instance, automating social media and blogging. I resent that the louder voices insist success only works one way. Peer pressure never disappears. It just changes faces. ‘Everybody’ tells me what they’re doing but not whether it can be traced to a sale. If you want details on the interview offer I got by going against the grain, let me know. Maybe a guest blog offer is in order.

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