Yeah. At one point or another, you may have wanted to be that person in silhouette on a hill, arms outstretched, drinking in the reality that you have achieved some kind of special state, maybe even a revelation.
Maybe you have thought of this before, maybe not. Anyway, it is a theme of sort that builds through the latest Blog Coalition sites.
For example, there’s always hypnosis as seen in DocuMystery.
Then there is Movie Process trying to create a technique to reign it all in.
What’s this all really about? It is excerpts from an eBook in process. Take a look at Thrillumentary.
So first we are looking at Entertainment Entrepreneurship that is one of the top sites of its kind when it comes to the entertainment and business connection. An interesting article on this Blog Coalition participant came out today about introverts and business.
Now let us switch our focus to Big Foot Zombie. He certainly has a good marketing plan because think of the legend he has built around himself.
And finally, one of our favorites: Disneyite. Disney, like other big entertainment companies, have had it tough. This post talks about Disneyite influencers and how they are having to refocus their approach to business.
We have three websites from the nearly 60 (at the time of this writing) that we manage for Blog Coalition, all of which at first glance seem to be different. But upon closer examination we see an area where they all intersect. They are all Home Business Achievers.
Useful Info for HBAs
For starters, take for instance Home Business eLearning. In its current post, Home Business eLearning looks at distance learning and its power. This can be useful for Home Business Achievers.
On the other hand, take a gander at RBdesignConstruction. It appears, and rightly so, as a site whose blog entries have all but stopped. But in the new text from today, they talk about sharing a process. This concept can be useful for Home Business Achievers, because even solopreneurs need the online help of others and a shared, yes you guessed it, process.
A New Way of Looking at Social
Also for today, Media Administration, a site often looked at as an inspiration when it comes to the use of media, talk in an indifferent tone about social media, citing Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma.” If you have Netflix and haven’t checked it out, you really should. Media Administration is inclusive of today’s shared interest: Home Business Achievers. Those with home based businesses may want to a look at Media Administration’s post for today. It gives a new way of looking at social.
Hey, it’s hard. We’re with you on that one. But it is possible. And if you are ever feeling down or that there is too much against you, just pick yourself and keep moving, focused and ready.
For example. This morning as I started to type in this entry, nothing was working right on my computer. It seemed as though a poltergeist had inhabited it. It was very frustrating trying to set everything up to type.
This may not seem like a lot to go up against, and you are right, it isn’t, but every little thing can take you down unless you are aware, some would even say, mindful.
Good morning all. We are coming to you from New York City and are going to, do an exploration of educational websites from the Blog Publicity and Blog Coalition series. The three educational looked at today include USAelearning.com, USAhowto.com and ArtistSteps.org.
Home Businesses Save the Day
Although they are short in content, the sites below can be quite inspirational to home business achievers. Many entrepreneurs got their start with Arts Education but when graduating had no idea where to go, so they started a home business.
Here are some Blog Coalition and Blog Publicity sites:
The blog entries of each of these sites, include one from Web Design Magician, plus another from Yianni Stamas. Web Design Magician has an article about “Multi” or getting online workers. While the other post of interest is that of Yianni Stamas and includes news on the “USA Magician of the Year” virtual trophy. This is a part of the “Houdini Day” awards that occurs on October 31st, Halloween, the date that Harry Houdini died. I was hoping this year to go to his gravesite with other magicians out of respect and to try to bring him back from from the great beyond, but my daughter along with my wife reminded me that we are in the middle of a Pandemic here in New York City. Maybe next year?