Neary Heng #DCL Featured Member

Neary Heng has been in our group for about a year and she’s really driven. She’s determined to make Internet Marketing her highway to retirement at an early age. Instead of having to wait until 65, she wants to retire earlier and not have to be concerned with the financial struggles that come with retirement. Watch her video and get it directly from her:

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Some thoughts on dealing with small difficulties

Excellent advice on dealing with little problems. This applies not only to our online businesses, but to life in general. About 15 years ago I read a book called Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, and It’s all Small Stuff. — This post reminds me of that.

Smart People I Know

The problem with small difficulties is that if you get too close to them, they seem large. Like mosquitoes, even though they are small, with enough of them pestering you, you can find yourself entirely taken up with dealing with them.

With mosquitoes, you might endure them, and this is one way to deal with them if you have to. You can also endure your small problems and fight through them as if they were a swarm of mosquitoes. Or you might step back inside to a sheltered place. Stepping back is also a good way to deal with small problems. Step back and gain some perspective and see the small problems for what they are: small and insignificant in the bigger frame you view them from. You will still deal with them, but regaining that perspective reduces the irritation that they bring on, and helps you deal with them…

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What Do You Know About Etsy?

If you’re looking for a little bit of income on the side and you’re feeling crafty, Susan asks: What do you Know About Etsy?

For some people selling crafts and stuff on Etsy could mean an extra couple hundred or even a few thousand dollars per month. Dedicate more time and real effort into it and it could be a huge source of income, but YMMV.

Susan Lower

Lately, I’ve been assisting a lot of people in setting up their Etsy shop. I’ve enjoyed it immensely.  I love seeing people expand their horizons and get so excited about doing something they love. 

I’ve been running my own Etsy shop, MrsChadT since 2009. When I first started my shop, it sat empty for a little while.  I had heard so much about this wonderful place for creative people to sell their art and handmade items; I couldn’t wait to get into it, too. 

At the same time, I was a stay at home mom with a husband working one full-time job and a tons of part-time jobs in order to help sustain our families basic needs, plus pay an enormous medical bill that was still escalating due to Bella’s health. 

It was around that same time, I was introduced to scrapbooking. Honestly, I’m not a scrap-booker. I have no…

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Home Business Summit Recap

If you follow our group, or better yet, if you’re part of it then you know we recently attended the Home Business Summit in Irvine. Well, some of us did at least. I thought it would be fun to recap the event for you and invite you to join us next time.

Don’t forget, we have the Home Business Summit coming to Phoenix this month!

First a little Storify to show you some visuals. We really need to get our money making experts to be a little more active in Twitter & Instagram. Find the Home Business Summit Irvine on Storify here.

Smile Shocker published the Home Business takeaways for day 1 – You can find that here.

During our MTTB Elite dinner at the Kicking crab, I got a chance to catch up with Terry Lamb so I wrote a little bit about that on my blog here.

John Chow as always had a lot to say about the event, You can start with his day one recap, his account of the MTTB Elite dinner, or him showing off his $686K check here.

Don’t forget, you can attend the next Home Business Summit taking place in Phoenix, Arizona. Go here to learn more and RSVP.