Hi! It’s Nicole Dean from EasyPLR.com. I hope you’re
having a beautiful day.
Tomorrow I’ll share a brand new free Kindle book with you.
Watch for that.
But, today, I want to talk about something that I’ve been
thinking a lot about lately.
My mom has a blog and also does work as a Virtual Assistant,
and asked me the other day “How do you just know everything?”
The truth is that first of all, I don’t. lol. (Obviously.)
What I DO know is where to find the answers to any
questions that I may have. And find them fast.
At this stage in the game, I have access to a bunch of friends
on Skype who are top business people, of course.
But I also have two networks of people to turn to, too.
I’ll do a little compare/contrast for you to see if you
want to tap into those same groups that I do.
1. Recommended If You’re Still Trying to Earn Consistently.
The place where I cut my teeth online is still hugely
valuable and active. The forum there is crazy busy and
it’s a safe place, and is really perfect if you’re still
in a place where you’re not making consistent money yet.
Here’s the link: http://nicoledean.com/likes/
The forum is run by Kelly McCausey and Melissa Ingold who
are both active in there.
So basically you can get coaching from both of them
for under $10 for the first month.
The community is mostly women and also includes a 12 year old
girl who is a Kindle author – but we are getting more men
these days, too.
If you sign up and ask a question there that you want my
feedback on, just shoot me a Private Message and I’ll take
2. Recommended for Intermediate and Advanced.
If you’re not in the beginner/intermediate place in your
business, there’s another place to go with good people
and solid advice. (Not like other places that I won’t
mention where you’ve got bad advice flying around at light
speed by people who are totally unqualified to give it.)
I just joined this group today, at the pushing of a friend,
and after poking around the forums for only a few minutes
so far, I can see the names of people who I respect are
posting. There are very strict “must be nice”
rules in place, and I see the owner is very very actively
involved. (All good things.)
You can check that one out here:
You can try that one out for under $10, too, and get help
from tons of smart business owners.
This second one is also a great network to join if you want
to get to know other successful business owners (which is
another reason that I joined).