Saturday, January 7, 2012

Energy to Receive a Blessing in 2012

2012 is slated as the year of overcoming obstacles. Why is that? It is because this is the year to make a difference. Not only for yourself but for your family and those you care enough about to share. I'm talking about the law of attraction here.

Simpler is better when it comes to earning from home and there is nothing simpler than making a commitment to yourself to change your fortunes. You have to start with an idea and then share it with others so it goes viral. Some ideas for you to consider:

1). People like to see,feel and touch what they are asked to believe in. We are naturally creatures that believe in our senses and we will often rely on that to make decisions in life and business. This is why we recommend that you get them to listen, read and review your material and then share and talk about what you are asking them to do.

2). Money begats money. Money is like a tree and grows from a seed. A small start grows like a plant but you have to water, fertilize and weed around the plant for it to grow. This is the same with a human mind, in order for people to grasp a concept, you have to work with them until they see the benefit in being the gardener rather than the garden!

3). A good idea is nothing unless you share it. As a person who earns from home, you have to know that as a universal concept. You cnnot grow until you find others who need what you have and then you share it with them. If you keep the idea to yourself, nothing will happen and the idea will die.

4). Lists are the key to growing the crowd. What I am talking about here is a medium to share with others online. That is not a mystery, it is called email. Subscriber lists can make the difference in your communication and you can be more effective. I use a service called TrafficLeads2Income and it helps me keep in touch with others and it is what I encourage the people I work with in my business to do. Try it today, you will not be disappointed, especially since you can start for free and share it with others!

2012 can be your year. Move beyond 'the herd' mentality and make a clean start for yourself. Let us at InVesTworks show you the easy way to make money one less thing to think about and learn by sharing with others!

Friday, June 24, 2011

Giving Back, Putting Money Into Perspective

By Mike Morland

Teaching a child the importance of giving back to those less fortunate may be one of the most valuable lessons they can learn.

Any parent can attest to their child going through the "mine" stage. It's human nature from its earliest stages to want comfort and security in their possessions and surroundings. However, as a parent, it's important to teach your child the significance of giving back.

It's not always easy to explain to a child how "need" and "want" are two very difference necessities to life. Even though your child may beg and plead that they need that new toy, it's important they know that even though they want it, they don't really need it. One of the best ways to encourage giving behavior is by putting it into perspective.

Perhaps your child wants a new, expensive toy. Explain to them that as much as they want the toy, there are children in the world that can't afford any toys. Offering to buy them a different (and less expensive toy) shows them the importance of not being selfish. Also, propose to your child that together you can buy an inexpensive toy with the difference and donate it to someone less fortune.

This lesson curves selfish behavior into a selfless act and building a charitable heart. By including your child in the decision to take less in order to give more, it allows them to understand more clearly why they don't need everything they want.

As your child grows older, lessons such as these can be a springboard into smart financial decisions. Donating old toys, clothing and other household items show the value of items to different people. By teaching your child to be efficient with their belongings, they may be more inspired to make the most of the money they have.

There are many ways a child can get involved and give back as they grow older. Organizations such as St. Jude Children's Research, and Habitat for Humanity to name a couple offer opportunities for your child to get involved, give back and put the world into a better perspective. Talk to your child and find out what's important to them, then set up a charity goal so the idea of giving is always in front of them.
Giving back teaches your child the skills of being able to do more with less. This lesson will roll over into many aspects of their lives, including a true understanding of financial needs and wants. The better they understand this difference, the more likely they will make smart financial decisions as they get older.

FamilyMint is an award winning online money management application for kids where parents act as the bank and is the simplest way to raise money-smart kids. Automate allowance, motivate kids to save, teach kids how to set goals and budget and prioritize their spending. FamilyMint simplifies parents lives and empowers kids to take charge of their money. FamilyMint also provide content through our blog and 'Weekly Snippet' to educate and guide parents and kids around everything money.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Building a Community Team of Friends

Came across a brilliant idea put out by one of my blogging friends. What if you took a community team of affiliate marketers and then joined forces to make a profit cooperative. Quite an intriguing proposition.

Just take two of your favorite program links and share them with the group. The idea is to get everyone  working on a just a few links the group agrees on and then build up and divvy the profits. So far, there have been quite  few takers and I thought this might be a good place to mention the idea to any of you who might be interested. How do you get started?

Just drop a line to my friend at Tell them that you saw their offer at my blog. Invite your other friends to join us. We'll have a ball of fun and who knows? We just might make a little money in the process. Until the next post,


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Monetizing Social Investments That Can Make You Smile...

There's all types of opportunities out there online. Which one is for you? The fact is, people are so scared when it comes to scams. When it comes to the internet, there's good reason. You have to be careful and proceed with caution when it comes to new opportunities.

I like to think of my social investments as careful thought out opportunities, an opportunity for me to help myself while I help others at the same time. With the economic recession taking it's toll, it pays to use these so small opportunities as a way to help you and your family to make ends meet. Don't you owe that to yourself?

Here's some questions to ask yourself:

  • What benefit is there to me in working with this company? Can I really recommend it proudly to others as a company that does what they say?
  • What is my cost for joining?
  • Can I help and benefit others with this service?
One such monetizing opportunity I have found to be beneficial is TrafficWave's MatrixBuster. Why is it beneficial and how can it help you? First of all it's free to join. Give yourself a full 30 days to look around, understand how it works, and how you can help yourself as well as others. Second, I make the investment for your first month while you work to set up and learn the system. Third, no reinventing the wheel. Others have used it to benefit so can you.

Take your first 30 days on me and make the social investment in yourself. Check it out, do the test drive and get into the habit of helping yourself and others, It's a win-win that's a home run! Sign up today.


Thursday, January 7, 2010

Bold New Ideas For 2010: Community In Action

The New Year is here and already I've got the calendars and the planning tools out. This year, I plan to be smart and to work in concert with my friends and business partners to do my part to make 2010 successful. Sooo, what are some things you can do to get the ball rolling and motivate your friends and business partners to do the same?

1) Communicate. Call them up and ask what they are doing and share ideas. Facebook, Twitter and MySpace are good too. No man/woman is an island and your profit ideas will never work in a vacuum. So share them with your friends and business pals.
2) Write down goals and then work to make them happen. If you are part of a team, talk to your team members and talk about how you will work together to get things moving. Set time frames and hold to them. Action makes plans work so plan some actions into your goals.
3) Support and ask for support. Get out and visit your friends and business partners endeavors and let them know they have your support. Encourage them and then ask them to support you too. If they got a blog, ask them if they want you to do a guest post to help add content to what they are trying to accomplish. Network, it's what successful people do.
4) Read, study and educate yourself. Now is the time of the year when you should plan going to seminars, taking courses and getting yourself more educated about the finer points of your business. Seek out the most knowledgeable people in your business and see what they are endorsing as good courses to take or professional seminars to attend. This is how you learn to get better at what you do and stay ahead of the competition.

What are your plans? Do you have a favorite course to recommend to others or are there things you have done that make it easier to work with your friends or business partners. If so, leave your comment and share it here! Have a great week!

E, king of nye

Thursday, December 24, 2009

2010: Are Your Plans Ready Yet?

Happy Holidays everybody! Thanks to all of you have supported me and my blog through the year and gotten me to this point. I do have plans to make Smart Social Investing more informative, have links to items of interest for you the reader, and to try to add more interesting and intriguing content.

2010 is around the corner and the obvious question beckons: Have you done your New Year planning yet? I am not done myself but for the most part a great part of my planning this year will be focus to work on my writing skills and to develop my skills as a copywriter and blogger. I also plan to add more readers and friends to my social networking pool so everyone who reads this is more than welcome to find me and be a part of my social networking world.

What are your plans? Do you plan to concentrate on having more free time? Is weight loss your bag? Whatever it is, I want to hear from you! If there is something you want to see here in this blog I want to hear that too. Leave a comment here and let's hear it. Have fun and happy holidays,

E, king of nye