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Power adverts need to be attention-grabbing by using a mixture of graphics and strong vibrant colours and listed benefits

While I could have used provided adverts/banners etc II enjoy being creative which I believe gives a unique approach and helps to stand out from the crowd

Another advantage of creating my own graphics is I get to choose what size it will be

As I have been experimenting with my graphic software and decided to create my own promotion adverts and added a QR code rather than adding a hyperlink as I had with my business cards

I will be adding this kind of advert to my service page, for those who want a unique created advert or banner

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Is your Mindset Holding You Back?

In the past “Think and Grow Rich” was a best-selling book followed by “The Power of Positive Thinking”

Then along came “The Secret” video production, which seems to be based on both of those publications, and other positive thinking books

Having read a pocket-sized version of The Secret, there was far too much content that focused on the “negative” side of thinking than the positive side.

Yet the whole point of “The Secret” was to instruct you to focus on what you really wanted out of life by using the power of positive thinking.

The main difference was you found things to be grateful for and then focused on those things you wanted, but as though you had already had them

Those who presented “The Secret” video production presented themselves as users of “The Secret” they certainly came across as highly successful and wealthy

While the “The Secret” the full video production may still be available, smaller portions can be found on YouTube featuring Bob Proctor

“The Secret” method may still work it requires effort and persistent whereas MindZoom offers the First Self-help Technology

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Advertising is the main source of any business whether online or offline, without it, website businesses will die

I have been busy creating Smartphone Ready Business Cards complete with QR code

There are plenty of websites that offer traffic (visitors) such as “Traffic Exchanges” & “Safelist” and of course, if you have a blog or website you can add advertisements

As I have done within my site posts, it occurred to me that I could offer an advertising page for my followers.

If an advertising page service would be of any use to anyone please comment below

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THE MOTHER OF INVENTION

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THE MOTHER OF INVENTION by Joseph Tom Riach

Two questions –

What factor is it which, more than any other, will drive you to create imaginative solutions to situations in your life or business which may be holding you back from realising your full potential?

and …

Who is the mother of Invention? Read on …

Invention lived with his mother and father in the small town of Cutting Edge in Brainchild County. With little money to spend on necessities, let alone luxury items, his dad was a jack of all trades. He hand-crafted from wood all the furniture in their log cabin home which he had himself built. Every repair around the house and outwith it he carried out too. Invention often assisted. He soon acquired his dad’s skills.

While dad was the creative labour, it was Invention’s mother who was the inspiration and driving force of the family. Strong-willed and determined it was she who saw to it that things got done. Her verve and vitality extended to her parenting. She was a strict, but fair, disciplinarian to young Invention.

His mother saw to it that to him fell the tasks of cleaning around the house, keeping the yard tidy and running errands. Willing as he was in carrying out his regular chores, Invention was also an imaginative lad and constantly seeking ways to streamline his activities. He reckoned that saving time and labour with an inventive approach provided more time for indulging his typical boyhood pursuits of playing football, going fishing and chasing girls. But it didn’t work out that way.

For whenever Invention imaginatively reduced his workload and the time spent on it, his mother found more tasks – chopping wood, painting, creating a vegetable garden – to fill the time. It was for Invention a never-ending treadmill of finding solutions to save on his time and effort only for the time saved to be intruded on by new work to attend to!

But Invention was not to be defeated. To this wider logistical difficulty of more work being added to his load each time he introduced a labour-saving solution, he also applied his imagination. His solution was a simple one. To recruit skilled assistance.

“If I can multiply myself,” he reckoned, “Then I can multiply exponentially the work I can undertake.” He also concluded that by industrialising his activities and organising them in a production line fashion of logical sequences, there’d be no double tracking or repeat handling.

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He also formulated new technologies with the help of his gang of best friends with whom he hung out in his depressingly rare spare time. These lads were like-minded boys with vivid imaginations and determinedly mischievous.

There was Jimmy Watt who spent his days at home in the kitchen, regularly fascinated by the power of the steam rising from the boiling pan of water and lifting the heavy lid of the pan with it. Georgie Carver was a gardening whizz kid, constantly experimenting with crops and yields. Tommy Eddison liked tinkering with electricity and creating light from it. Alex Bell messed about a lot with tin cans and lengths of string through which he claimed it was possible to communicate. Henry Ford knocked together the best soap box carts anywhere in the county and Jimmy Spangler had a suction device which picked up bits of paper as if by magic. He called it a hoover.

In no time at all Invention and his crew had turned the running, repair and maintenance of Invention’s house and garden, then their own homes too, into industrial style operations of amazing efficiency. Steam power drove machines; crops of peanuts, soy and sweet potatoes thrived; electric lighting extended working hours; instant communication eradicated message carrying and speedy motor transport was available too. So effective were their solutions, the lads even had time to play football, go fishing and chase girls. Not only were they delighted, their families were too.

None more so than Invention’s mother. She was as pleased as punch and proud too of what Invention achieved. On Invention’s part, he was smart enough to realise that without his mother, all that he and his mates had achieved would not have been possible. It was her drive, determination and discipline which led Invention to finding the solutions to the situations which she insisted he attend to.

So all of these innovations came about as a result of Invention’s strict parenting. All resulted from his mum’s relentless urging. And who was his mother? What was her name? It was ‘Necessity’ of course. Yes, Necessity was the mother of Invention!

I am Tom Riach. I live and write in the sunny south of Portugal. I hope you enjoyed this sample of my work. Find all my current titles (novels and ‘personal achievement’) at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other leading book stores. Click the image below.

“From every book written by Tom Riach you will gain unique insights to success, you will laugh, you will reflect upon your own character, and sometimes you will just sit in awe of his mastery of life, business and the simply written word.” – Randy Ireland, SFI Team Leader, Sulphur Springs, Arkansas

© Joseph T. Riach 1998-present. All rights reserved.

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HOW TO CLOSE A DEAL

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HOW TO CLOSE A DEAL by Joseph Tom Riach

The six in the morning glint in farmer Sandy Duncan’s eye was induced little by the watery, winter sun rising over the Grampian hills but much by the mischief occupying his mind. Thumbs entrenched in classic rural manner around the bib of his mucky dungarees and chewing on unlit clay pipe, he was leaning by the gate of his ‘bottom field’; that rough tangle of gorse and weed farthest from the farmhouse, lowest down by the stream and a veritable bog of sodden misery lying in wait for the unwary.

He turned his eye to the mud, gravel and pot-hole mosaic of track lurching upward from his lolling point and scanned narrow-eyed for his prey. A thin smile glanced his lips. His intended victim was to be yet another ‘pretentious, pinstripe-suited, city slicker’ lured at unholy hour to this ungodly spot by Sandy’s vague insinuation of ‘lucrative business to be had’, only to be waylaid in the stinking myre of Sandy’s midden and sent empty-handed on his way, a muddied, soaking and humiliated mess.

But as Sandy caught sight of the old and battered Land Rover weaving its way along the lane towards him, his eye-brows furrowed, the image of his perfect ambush wilted somewhat and his pipe sagged in his lips. What was this?

I pulled the Land Rover to a halt with a squelch and not unimpressive slither, smack in front of Sandy, threw open the door and jumped out. He was crestfallen to see that I wore knee-high wellington boots, denim jeans and a tatty Barbour jacket. Before he could say a word I fearlessly grabbed his sharn-spattered hand, shook it vigourously and proclaimed, “Good morning Mr.Duncan, this is quite some place you’ve got here. I’m told you have the finest beasts (cattle) in the glen. Can we go see them now?!” A canny pause while he scrutinized me thoughtfully, then a drawn out, “Aye, we can that.”

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Twenty minutes and a soggy sludge through the fields later we were close up and personal with his prize herd in the byre (cow-shed) and he was introducing me enthusiastically and in detail to each and every one of them. Bang! – Deal closed! Yet not a word of any potential business of any kind has been mentioned. We have just met.

The rest of the day passed with Sandy proudly showing me around the entire farm and concluded seated by the massive open range fire in the kitchen, his wife Janet prodding me with queries of my life and treating me to her freshly baked scones; my genuine and enthusiastic approval of which dealt conclusively with any possibility of opposition to any business proposal from that quarter.

The next time I visited Sandy, he and his wife welcomed me glowingly at the door of their farmhouse. The day passed with heaped servings of Mrs. Duncan’s hot girdle scones, mugs of farmyard tea and hilarious tales of city business executives whose pride, sanity and Armani suits Sandy had gleefully sabotaged during early morning rendez-vous in his bottom field.

Only as I was leaving did Sandy ask for the first time about ‘business’. We exchanged a few words, agreed a course of action and shook hands.

And that … is how to close a deal.

I am Tom Riach. I live and write in the sunny south of Portugal. I hope you enjoyed this sample of my work. Find all my current titles (novels and ‘personal achievement’) at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other leading book stores. Click the image below.

“From every book written by Tom Riach you will gain unique insights to success, you will laugh, you will reflect upon your own character, and sometimes you will just sit in awe of his mastery of life, business and the simply written word.” – Randy Ireland, SFI Team Leader, Sulphur Springs, Arkansas

© Joseph T. Riach 1998-present. All rights reserved.

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WHAT’S YOUR VALUE?

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WHAT’S YOUR VALUE by Joseph Tom Riach

A young man went for a job interview. Among other things he was asked how much he expected to be paid for the work in question. Wishing to improve on his current earnings but not wishing to price himself out of the market, he quoted a figure which was twenty-five percent greater than his then present salary.

In due course he was awarded the new job and was cock-a-hoop at having won himself such a significant increase in earnings. Meeting with his new employer he expressed his excitement with the work opportunity afforded him and his satisfaction with the wage negotiated.

“Me too”, enthused his new employer, “I was prepared to pay you twice as much as that!”

The young man you see, had yet to learn to value himself sufficiently. He still saw himself as of lesser worth than his new employer’s valuation of him. None-the-less, in asking for the increased salary he had indeed raised his evaluation of his self-worth. So that was a start. But he had yet some distance to go in understanding and asserting his true value in the world. So … What’s your value?

Not in monetary terms, but as a person. How do you think others see you? Are they drawn to you or do they shy away? Their reaction is determined entirely by you. For it is how you view yourself that determines how others react to you. The lesson therefore is to think well of yourself.

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There’s more too it though than simply telling yourself ‘how wonderful you are’! You have to go deeper than that.

First you must know that you are true to yourself. This means being honest and listening to your good inner voices. Your conscience in other words. It is your moral compass, it determines your philosophy of life and value system. Act out publicly and fearlessly as it directs and you will be known as a person of truth and integrity in the wider world. Now that is true value!

The pay-off is that people will value you, who you are and what you stand for. Their confidence in you will bounce back to you in many ways, both spiritual and material. You may even receive a pay rise at work!

I am Tom Riach. I live and write in the sunny south of Portugal. I hope you enjoyed this sample of my work. Find all my current titles (novels and ‘personal achievement’) at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other leading book stores. Click the image below.

“From every book written by Tom Riach you will gain unique insights to success, you will laugh, you will reflect upon your own character, and sometimes you will just sit in awe of his mastery of life, business and the simply written word.” – Randy Ireland, SFI Team Leader, Sulphur Springs, Arkansas

© Joseph T. Riach 1998-present. All rights reserved.

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Make full use of any blog you run or just have the use of

You can add videos even with a free WordPress blog, by using the share code from YouTube

Some traffic exchange site provides a basic blog, even so, you can add a URL making yet another way to gain backlinks and visitors

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Use Microsoft Word or other word processors to write out adverts or sales copy as you easily insert images and link them to affiliate promotion pages

By highlighting the image and going to “Insert hyperlink” it’s best to send visitors to a capture page first with a free offer

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Useful or Free Websites

Below is just a small sample of useful or free websites, taken from my own e-book production which will be on sale soon at a one-time low cost with No upsell pages

http://www.webestools.com/ Very useful assorted tools you can make use of
One drawback is the popup adverts, as they might seem as if they are part of the tools
Always use the Top Menu

UK Lottery https://www.lottery.co.uk/lotto/number-generator

Online interactive Jigsaw puzzles https://www.jigsawplanet.com/

FREE Logo & Business card-making website https://logomaker.thehoth.com/

Interesting mixture of old tv programmes https://archive.org/details/classic_tv