Weekly Work At Home Recap 03-19-10
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Hey guys, hope you had a great week. Last week was crazy here in the North East. As if the blizzard of 2010 wasn't enough, then we were hit by the "Wizard of Oz" wind storm from hell. Trees, power lines, shingles and even cable lines were knocked off like dominoes. It looked like a mini war zone. Lord have mercy! Fortunately, all I suffered was a few leaky windows and a bad case of the shakes because my internet connection was down for a few hours.
It's not a pretty site to see an internet junkie without the web. My wife was very concerned for my well being because as she put it, "You just don't look quite right". lol What's really crazy is that this week has been perfect spring weather with warm temperatures and a lot of this bright orange stuff. I think it's called the sun. It's as if Mother Nature is schizophrenic.
I don't know about you but I think Global Warming is alive and well. Even Stevie Wonder would be able to see the effects. In any event, let's move on to my random thought of the week. Feel free to skip down to the job leads if you'd prefer not to read my mindless dribble.
So last week I was venting about folks that lacked home training and didn't say thank you after receiving a reply from me regarding work at home. Coincidentally I saw a huge rise in thank yous from my regulars and a few strangers. Let me start off by saying I really do appreciate that kind gesture by all of you. But I want to make it clear that message was directed at the random people that come upon my sites and then email me for help without actually taking the time to read my information. Then they have the audacity to probably use the information and not even express thanks. I was sharing a moment with my regulars because we have that type of cool relationship. I didn't mean to imply that folks like my loyal subscribers aren't grateful because I know you are. You folks already express your appreciation regularly by subscribing, lurking, private emails or via the comments you post here on this site. So my bad if you thought I was referring to any of you. That wasn't the intention. Obviously certain things get lost in the translation as you put them into text. So hopefully that clears the air for folks that may have been wondering quietly to themselves or to others in private conversations if I was taking shots at them. (). I wasn't. I was taking public shots at the other folks. lol
With that said, I do want to take this time to thank some people. First thanks to my loyal subscribers. It always amazes me that you folks think enough of my content although littered with grammatical and spelling errors to subscribe. The fact that you would sign up to endure more of my rambling which is cleverly disguised as useful content means a great deal to me. I truly appreciate your trust in me.
Next I want to thank the lurkers. I know there are a lot of you out there that read this blog religiously but don't publicaly comment because of your shyness or the witness protection program policies you must adhere to. It's all good either way. I see you and still appreciate the behind the scenes love and support.
On the opposite end of the spectrum I want to thank the extraverts out there that do actually publicly comment. Truth be told without you folks, my site would be a monologue. There is only so much of myself I can tolerate. So thank you for your willingness to interact with me and the other folks that frequent this site. Your comments are often entertaining, inspiring and educational. We all benefit from them. Excluded from all this praise are the spammers, negative Nancies, haters, folks that don't actually read the content and the self promoting folks that add little value to the discussion. I delete your stuff on the regular anyway so you're probably not even here to read this. Poof be gone.
Last but not least, I want to give a huge shout out to my virtual team of assistants (Callie, Denise, Jeanine, Jackie & recently Jonathan). They're the work horses behind the scenes that do a lot of the heavy lifting that makes your experience on my sites what they are. Because of their efforts I have been able to cut back how much I work and now have normal 15-16 hours work days. lol But seriously you may not hear about my virtual assistants but trust me when I say you benefit from a lot of the hard work they do on these sites. So thanks again to my FAB 5. "You complete me." lol
Again thanks to all of the groups of folks I mentioned above. I don't care what everyone else thinks about you. But to me, you guys really are the best!
Hope you enjoyed my random thought for the day. If not I'll put you out your misery now and introduce the job leads below. Enjoy!
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