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Twitter News: Connie Green’s Power Blogging Challenge

It’s a great opportunity and my Favorite Web Stuff Blog is participating in the Connie’s Blogging Challenge.  I knew I had to do SOMETHING to get my behind in gear, and realized that this would be it.  I simply HAD to get myself to start posting here regularly.

Considering that I’m now doing consulting on how to set up stuff and people pay me good money for it and appreciate my help, I figured I better start doing what I preach on my own blogs too.

Especially this one.

My Self-Help Blog has been going a bit stronger — and feel free to go check that out:

http://www.MyFavoriteSelfHelpStuff.com

But it’s time to share tips and informaiton as well as recommendations RIGHT HERE.

By way of update: A LOT has changed. I’ve got a bunch of websites and products in the funnel that are getting ready to come online.

One of them, my http://www.IMTimeMastery.com time management course (licensed from my favorite internet marketing/personal growth guru) is up now.

While I’ve still got a tiny challenge with a couple of the (many) video files, I’m sorting it o out now, and if you buy it anyway you’ll get all sorts of bonuses because I’m trying to make up for my bad conscience and your inconvenience.

And because Connie’s challenge wants that we post every day and make up for days we’ve missed, I’ll leave it at that and will tell you more about my newest discoveries and learning lessons in my next post.

Elisabeth

P.S.:  If you aren’t already, please follow me on Twitter, and you may want to follow Connie too!

My Favorite Web Stuff Is Back! Why I LOVE the Internet!

I can’t believe it’s been more than a MONTH since I last posted here.  Oh dear!

So I was out of the country.  Overseas.  Down under.  Way on the other side of the world.  And I still got my email, and I still kept up with SOME things, but not all of them.

There was the conference, and the gorgeous bayview from the place where I stayed.  And the flu.  🙁

The amazing thing though, was that if I had stayed on top of things, nobody would have been the wiser as to where I was.  And that’s the message in Tim Ferriss’s 4-hour work week, one of my favorite books.

And that’s also my goal for later.  I did learn a lesson though.  It does take quite a bit more to do that (the keeping up thing) than I had expected. And boy is it easy to get side-tracked.

I knew I had neglected things a bit, but whoa!  When I looked at my blogs, I realized that I hadn’t posted anything for more than a month on ANY of them.

So here’s my post 😉

And a little word about internet cafes.  God bless them.  I’m in San Francisco right now.  Tomorrow, I’ll fly back to Virginia.  And right now, I’m in this cool coffee place (Progressive Grounds” on Cortland Ave/St? at Bernal Heights).  Those things are great.

Earlier today, I was at another one, called Muddy Waters, (I think on 30th St.) and then there’s another one on Mission nearby that’s really cool (also includes an art gallery) that I will have to spend some quality time in next time.

BTW, that one is located right between TWO Thai restaurants, one of which is called Pad Thai (sp?) and is outstanding!  The other one has an excellent duck pineapple dish.  And right in the middle — the internet cafe.

In Wellington, I had internet access where I was staying, but there was a limit on the amount of data I could transmit, so I felt guilty every time I was downloading something.  During the conference, I was able to use the university’s wireless, but then I was hunting around for an internet cafe, and didn’t find one till I almost left (it’s along the #18 busline, at the main drag of Newtown, but I don’t remember the details.  Next time…

Now I’m thinking… is there a website that lists all the internet cafe’s in the US or the world?  Probably.  Gotta find it.  And if there isn’t……….

Another reason why I love the internet?  Connecting with people I haven’t talked to in years and years.  Just connected with an old pal from grad school.  And the person I visited in NZ was an old friend whom I met when I was still (believe it or not!) in high school!  But we had lost touch, had each moved a lot and changed continents, and yet, the internet made it possible for us to connect again.  Cool!

And when I now look at how much being online has become part of my life, I’m just amazed.  I used to gripe about it, and now it’s such an integral part of my life that I feel the need to scout around for internet cafes!  Funny, isn’t it.

Anyway, more soon.  And yes, I’m definitely back, and will post regularly. I’ve got quite a new favorite web things to write about.

Meanwhile, have a fabulous day!

Elisabeth

Info Product Dashboard (Marlon Sanders’ Newest Creation). An Update

I was looking over my posts and suddenly realized that while I wrote a review article about Marlon’s cool new Info Product Dashboard for ezinearticles et al, I completely missed writing about it on my blog!

And right now I’m in the middle of grading piles of papers and exams, so this will have to be short… More to come, though!

Meanwhile, you’ve got to check out Marlon’s video!!!

Anyway, for now, here’s the scoop so far:

If you’re tired of trading time for money (and remember, just how much time have you got that you can possibly trade… does “self-limiting” mean anything to you?), Marlon Sanders’ new Information Product Dashboard is JUST what you need.

What makes it so cool? It’s point-and-click simple, everything you need is included, and so creating your info product is, well, not exactly a no-brainer, but something very achievable.

Marlon basically takes you by the hand and guides you through the process as you work your way along those 36 buttons, units, or modules of the Information Product Creation Dashboard, providing you with all the blue prints, templates, and other stuff you could possibly want right where you need it.

What can I say. I love mine! And if I hadn’t won it, I would have been happy to buy it!

I’m still working on my first product because I’ve been derailed by exam season, but soon, REAL soon, I’ll be getting caught up. And that’s when I’ll write a more detailed progress report.

But you don’t want to wait that long! Go ahead and get yours so you too can start building your own paint-by-the-numbers point-and-click info product. You’ll just kick yourself if you don’t and then find out what you’ve been missing!

And if you’re not a newbie anymore and think you know it all… there are quite a few things in there that you may not know yet — or ways to make things faster, or smarter. Give it a look-see already! This thing has everything I could possibly think of and then some!

Oh, and it has stuff in writing, in graphics, in audio, and video. Plus, of course, the whole process is totally hands-on. It has something for any learning style.

So now it’s time for me to get back to grading papers, and time for you to go take a peek at Marlon’s Info Product Dashboard.

Maybe you’ve hesitated because it sounds just so wonderful that you think it’s worth thousands, and I think it is, but mercifully it doesn’t even costs hundreds. But to find out just how incredibly reasonably priced it is, you’ve got to take a look.

Have an outstanding evening.

Elisabeth 🙂

P.S.: This and most of the first posts here have been moved over from my OTHER blog, so the posting date doesn’t actually reflect when it was originally written. Oh, and I’ve updated them a bit too…

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