Why Twitter – Nate Moller Shares Tips (Video)
If you have never heard of Twitter, this post is for you.
If you’ve heard of Twitter but don’t really know what it is, read on!
If you are a pro at Twitter and think you know all there is to know about it, make a comment and tell us all more 🙂
Follow Nate Moller on Twitter!
Here are other video links to the Orem Utah Tweetup! Special thanks to CoWork Utah for the great panel!
Ash Buckles at Orem Utah Tweetup!
Newspapergrl (Janet Meiners Thaeler) talks about Twitter
Jesse Stay at TweetUp
Mick Hagen at Orem Utah Tweetup
UPDATE: I met @h0neyb follow her! (0 is a zero, not an o) at the Orem Utah Tweetup. Talk about passion for Twitter! Here’s a great pic she recently shared:
Are You Afraid to Ask for Success Online?
What is FEAR?
(pardon the picture, I couldn’t resist 🙂 )
Why do you have FEAR of Success (or is that even possible)?
One of my favorite quotes was from a client I work with. He said the following:
NO is the first two letters of ‘Not Yet!’
Now how does this apply to making money on the internet?
If you always let fear hold you back from making important contacts, talking to suppliers, interviewing the big names in your industry, etc. you’ll never see the results you are hoping for – GUARANTEED!
Do I need to state that again for clarification? If you don’t Step Out of Your Comfort Zone and ask for success, it won’t come!
Here’s an excerpt from a client who has stepped out of her comfort zone again and again:
I just went out and got 6 local businesses to let me look at their websites and make recommendations, in return they will give me ringing endorsements and testimonials so I can [get] started… I also posted on craigslist, I also applied for my local Rotary…Nate when I started I was shaking in my shoes! By the end of my trip down main street with my 6 yes and 2 no’s, I was singing!! I gave out my business cards to everyone and I now remember how good all this feels!! (bold added for emphasis)
Fear is defined by Wikipedia as:
…an emotional response to threats and danger. It is a basic survival mechanism occurring in response to a specific stimulus, such as pain or the threat of pain…
Fear should be distinguished from the related emotional state of anxiety, which typically occurs without any external threat. Additionally, fear is related to the specific behaviors of escape and avoidance, whereas anxiety is the result of threats which are perceived to be uncontrollable or unavoidable. (bold added for emphasis)
Recently I was given the opportunity to Guest Post for Darren Rowse, the famous blogger at ProBlogger.net and the new TwiTip.com. I guest posted on How to Set Up a Twitter Account. Here’s a portion of that post:
Step 1: Go to Twitter.com – You’ll see this page
Read the rest of the article and please comment!
I truly feel this is one of those “Small Successes” that is leading to “Big Success!”
- Was I a bit reluctant to ask about the opportunity, absolutely – What if he says NO?
- Was I afraid my content wouldn’t be good enough? For sure…
But the bottom line is, I asked, and it worked! If you never ask for what you want, you’ll never get it!
What experiences have YOU had where you stepped out of your comfort zone and saw direct results from overcoming your fear?