Beginning today is the birth of a new phase of PAC that will be revealed very soon. I’m sure you have seen The Power Affiliate Club mentioned on different social sites, (mainly Facebook) or read about it in a previous post of mine; 4 Crucial Points For Success in 2015 Lesly Federici and I created the […]
32 Authors With 49 Comments As the New Year starts out many of us have been and are still busy getting strategies and plans in place to increase your numbers and earnings in your business online; me included. I have had quite a few “Aha” moments the last few months and I am finally […]
A few weeks ago in our PAC Community (The Power Affiliate Club) we began featuring a member each day so we can all start to learn about each other and what we do and with the intentions of bringing some of our inactive members to an “active state” in the group so they can begin […]
Who Is Really At Fault – So, it doesn’t appear that it’s a Facebook problem at all.
Lesly Federici and I, who are co-founders and co-creators of The Power Affiliate Club Community had a meeting about the plans that we have for PAC in the next coming year which were based on the answers we received from a short survey from our Community Members and 4 Crucial Points For Success in 2015.
To our delight almost all of the members were very happy with what we have presented to them in the way of activities and exposure for them and their own sites and Facebook Fan Pages.
Our family had an early Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, November 22, 2014 because it was the only day to get 40+ people together at the same time.
I guess you are wondering what that has to do with blogging and my post topic. So, I will get to the point. It is about organization, responsibilities and the consistency needed to succeed online or in any business.
After a very long and enjoyable day with family, I had not been on the computer since early morning on Saturday, so I signed on after I got home to see if I had anything that I needed to take care of.
We have just completed Day #8 of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) for November of 2014 and NaNoWriMo Taught Me Five Valuable Lessons.
My first time taking this challenge I wanted to make sure I followed the rules and did as the seasoned writers had suggested, with one exception; I was going to write my novel “by the seat of my pants.”
It’s how I write my articles, my blog posts, my random thoughts and stories and pretty much everything I have ever written in my life.
Day One of NaNoWriMo and what I learned. To begin with it was an anxiety filled day but one of the most exciting days I have experienced in a long time.
In the beginning I had no idea of what I was going to write about. I decided to be one of the “pantsters” as they call it; one who writes with no outline, very little planning and writing from the seat of their pants. I write my posts pretty much in this way but soon found out that writing a novel this way is a whole different ball game.
As you may or may not know, November 1, 2014 (5 more days as of this post) NaNoWriMo Counting The Days is fast approaching. I am getting as nervous as a “cat in a room full of rocking chairs.”
This is something I have wanted to do for quite a while but seemed to talk myself out of the commitment. Well, this time I have made that commitment and I am going to stick with it.