Monthly Archives: March 2017

Smile At All Times Dare

As you Smile At All Times Dare To Be Different

As you Smile, at all times dare to be different.  So different  that you reach out to others with your smile. Let them share this rare and precious gift.

Like the bird that is set free, a smile travels the world. Freely giving of itself. Moving quietly and spreading around the world. Enhancing lives the world over. Growing with social worth.

One day as it returns back to you welcome it back. Congratulate yourself on a gift well-received by many.

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Nice People Win at Last

Realize that nice people win at last place in many instances. Take the expressing of expressions. Expressions are confusing?  Err what is an expression of feeling?  What does it feel like?

When you have these expressions blocked away and hidden then how do you write, or become known, for your sincerity?  People have an inner sense of danger. A basic survival measure that insures the human races protection.  The best copy writers know this.  As well as how to use Nero-Linguistic Programming [ NLP] to it’s fullest.

Google also is very aware of NLP.  In fact even though Google makes up about a 0.03rd of the internet platforms when you are writing a blog and suddenly drastically change the method that you are writing with the web crawlers pick the changes up.  So too will the 2017 newest edition called Albert.

Nice People Win At Last

Actor Varun  Pruthi in this video portrays a “nerd” in love.  Someone intellectually gifted and yet emotionally challenged.  Maybe the sum should look like (^IQ) v (v EQ).  Thankfully the man in red has a nero-typical friend who approaches the lady – gallantly putting the friends case forward.

The part many people will miss is the lady’s situational inappropriate laughter at her friends brother.  Neither the man in red, or the lady in question, are portrayed at knowing how to approach the other.

Yet once this bridge is provided the two look set to communicate well, form a relationship and move through a few of life’s challengers together.

slm000012 Nice People Win at LastWhy am I including these comments  and drawing these conclusions here.  Basically it boils down to this : Hello. I am Susan Lewis.  I am Autistic, Online and Loving it.  That being the case I simply see things differently.  In itself this causes confusion among others.    As well as myself.  When it comes to learning new things, putting concepts together there is what appears like immediate understanding.  Then comes the middle term memory loss.  Made more of a challenge with the 1991 truck impact into the vehicle I was driving.  This resulted in learning to relearn.  That means processing of information until the ‘bits and dust’ have all been accounted for.

Being online and a developing affiliate marketer there are a lot of challenges.  The biggest being both patience of myself and  of others.

The patience really started when the learning over overwhelm started.  Sure Neuro-Typical s have overwhelm.  And the common “Don’t we all” is heard.  Yet for my situation I spend over a year going to bed in the afternoon.  Or waking up still in the chair [ just].  The floor was also comfortable. During this time I learned to focus on a goal.  A ten year goal [ was meant to be 3 years but would not realistically fit in]

The community began to understand that I will do things in my own time.  And why. Slowly the things are starting to come together.  Probably will take about two years to correct the many mistakes everywhere.  However this is no longer worrying me.  What will be will be and change is gradually happening.  It’s a terrific feeling to understand and see that ‘Nice People Win At Last’ place.  Purely as there is no where else better for people to go to than yourself.

Okay not being perfect maybe I am in danger of being miss quoted.

Through all the challengers, what I was able to find was myself. Finding myself helped me be supported while I worked out what emotions were.   Sure, many of my friends now work in the same office as myself.  We all have different shift rotations governed by where we are in the world when we are connected to the internet.  That leaves the space for some really personal friends to be near by.  No fluff, no bull.  Just really great people with room for more.  See, it’s true.  Nice people win at last.

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