Reality Blog Update: The Importance of Getting Started


Date: May 9th, 2013
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Reality Blog Update
Presenters: Marianne Foscarini, Christina Gillick, Jim Wright

Reality Bloggers Marianne Foscarini, Christina Gillick, and Jim Wright have taken the big step of going public with their goals. Each month, through the Reality Blog, they share their progress and the insights they’ve had along the way.

During this quarterly teleconference event, Wealthy Web Writer’s Reality Bloggers will share:

  • What they’ve discovered that’s made the biggest difference in pursuing their goals.
  • Their favorite productivity and motivational techniques.
  • Their plans to make steady progress during the coming summer.
  • And more!

Join us for this fun-filled and motivational teleconference.

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  • I just had an epiphany while listening. People with a problem, concern, or desire are passionate to find a credible solution. They may even be desperate enough, from failed products, to be willing to pay top $ for something that really works. When the prospect reads a passionately written email an explosion of synergy happens. If they respond by buying and 5he product solves their problem, they become enthusiastic product missionaries. The CW just got his or her first testimony. Synergy is a triple win. Client makes $. Customer gets problem solved. Copywriter gets paid. What could be better? You just made the world a better place. You’re not just a CW; you’re a hero. Ooorah! Semper Fi!

  • I found the quote I mentioned on the teleconference! Here it is:

    “The best way to beat procrastination is to start somewhere…anywhere. Our brain has the habit of envisioning the impending huge workload of an upcoming task. It also tends to focus on the most difficult parts or sections, and this is where procrastination begins to set in: as we try to avoid the “hard work,” we find ways to skate around it and trick ourselves into thinking that we’re busy.”

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