Time Out to Say Thank You
Sometimes I just like to take time out to say thank you.
The first thank you goes to you, my reader. Thank you for being a regular reader of my blog. I appreciate you and I hope I’m providing information you find useful and valuable to your online business.
Thank you to my coaching clients. As many of my clients already know, it’s not just my clients who learn from the relationship. I pick up tips, websites, and ideas from my clients while I’m coaching and helping them in their business. While many gurus pretend they have it all figured out, I don’t and never will. I’ve made very good money online for more than a decade, but I’m learning new things every week.
That’s what testing is all about. Sometimes one of your tests will create a surprising result. Testing is all about learning what really works.
I also want to thank everyone who has linked to my blog recently. Here are just a few of the people who sent traffic here recently: Fred Black, James Brausch, Darren Rowse, James Alenteal, Ed Rivis, Brian Terry, Pat Doyle, Aaron Brandon, Brendan Brewster, Ryan Healy, and Robert Phillips.
The bad part of the links above is I KNOW I didn’t include everyone who linked to me. The list would be in the hundreds. Even though your name is not listed above, I still want you to know I appreciate you and thank you for any links you’ve sent to my site.
Special Thank you to James Brausch. You have recommended my Financial Freedom book recently along with linking to my site regularly. I thank you for all that. You sent over 100 copies of one of your DVDs with permission to include them in any offer…which I did. You even sent over a collection of random books to me. Julie especially liked the Survival Handbook which you included. Thank you.
Quote from James’ post here:
“BTW, if you promote him on your blog, you can forget about getting any promotion from me in the future. Especially others that I have helped out. If you want to hang out with scum bags, I don’t want to hang out with you!”
I assume he is referring to Robert Phillips, but I could be wrong as that doesn’t sound like the Robert I met recently at all. I met Robert at Crackel Barrel over lunch and had a nice conversation with him. During the time he showed me several emails between him and James Brausch.
After looking at the emails, I agreed with him that it certainly sounded like he has permission to give away or sell the multiple copies of an offer he purchased (he bought 15 copies of it that I saw in the information). Nothing led me to believe anything he showed me was fake.
Since I’m not going to stop promoting Robert when it’s appropriate, I guess that means James doesn’t want to hang out with me. We’ve never hung out before (meaning we’ve never met or even spoken), but he has a right to make that choice if he wants. I don’t understand it or agree with it, but it’s his choice. Thank you anyway James.
It’s good to take time out to say thank you. Tell people you appreciate them. Tell your customers. Tell your affiliates. Tell your family.
Often the best way to reward a referral is an honest thank you. Tell them you appreciate what they’ve done. You didn’t let it go unnoticed.
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