Marvelous Crew Behind – Thank You You Marvelous Crew Behind The Scenes As My Tracking Works
What can people say But Thank You to the marvelous crew behind the scenes.
In this post Susan Lewis speaks about something personal. Read the post as it unfolds.
Right now I tapped onto the mobile telephone in the right hand column. The one that says ” Tap here for community resources”. Added my name and email details into the sections. Went to the email to double check just to see if the email went through to the tracking stats as well as the autoresponder. And It Works. My tracking works. I got the email just now.
Here’s why I am excited.
April the 25th I was ten dollars under to pay my monthly reregistration. It was sitting in an associated account and the transfer occurred after the sweep had occurred.
For the last four days I’ve been at it to reset everything up. Four years of tracking out there and I saw a redline through a tracked link. I knew what had happened. The link was broken. But why? That’s when I realised the date. Checked the account. No use crying though. Get on with getting on with things.
Reconnected the Autoresponder with the step by step process that was needed. Drove myself balmy painstakingly going over everything and realising wow there was a lot to remember that was learned, either the hard way trying to do this myself. Or asking for help. A far, far better idea.
Here’s to the Marvelous crew behind the scenes
Must also admit that with this marvelous crew behind the scenes help I’ve learned so much more about my own self in the last for days as well. But that’s for another post. To say the least I feel like I am dancing on the clouds and bouncing around the room as well, while sitting here typing this. And will be doing a few more test runs on the links just for fun over the next few days.
There are so many “Oh No….. Is This Truth? Or So And So Told Me that they read this company is a …..
Yes I checked them out in the first place as well. What happened is that when someone has a superior product, team and work ethic than others rivialy gets the better of people. And virtual whispers are “shared” round and round and round.
Now it would be an opportune moment to capture all those links and keep them for themselves right? WRONG!!!! Would an attitude like that keep together a positive, tightly knit, going places community?
Moreover, I would want to:
- Bring people into a community that is growing?
- Be safe place to learn how to earn online by:
Building a home based business while on the go!
- Proving an educational platform that is affordable to lower income peoples.
- Continue to training and upskill as necessary actions are carried through to share multitudes of what’s happening out there.
- Opening, reading and passing around to family members the news of the day [ via email updates].
- Provide a trusted basis for mindset change.
- Enjoy to opening up of the relearning to learn processes many on the Autism Spectrum experience. Similarly, so to do stroke and head injury victims.
- Together believe in a vision that is important to all. Providing a continuation of care for peoples on the Autism Spectrum.
What people learn about being part of a Marvelous Crew Behind The Scenes
There’s a special video about Chris Patterson, a cinema photographifist. Besides the great shots behind the scenes there is a part that just dives things in to four truly marvelous crew behind the scenes segments.
- Snow conditions have to be great.
- You have to have great weather.
- You have to have great athletes.
- And you have to have a great cinematographer.
Amazingingly marketing your voice out there has the same greatness values. And these are:
- Membership conditions have to be great.
- You have to have a great amount on offer.
- You have to have great staff.
- And you have to have a great members.
Talking about all those hours of snow shoots the sentiment is similar to what many of us have within the community: “There’s a lot of times you’d call it work, but most of the times you’ll call it fun.”
Creating a community activity revolving around those you love is so similar to creating both an action packed community around a home business. All have there ‘megga up’ times. All have fantastic places that draw you to them. And all have so many different things to go see, do pe a part of. These include the children learning to play a sport, school activities, adults learning to shop for the first time, finding their first home to be in. A first day at a job the family are supportive in. The markets visited.
See how far you can include all these sorts of interest added everyday things. Better yet build your own behind the scenes list out Follow through with taking the action, engaging with family and friends.
Combine these actions with what I have found to be a very honorable education and training platform who have an absolutely marvelous crew behind the scenes.
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What is it about Susan Lewis?
Susan’s mission in life is that Autism As A Gift is to be believed past the level of general acceptance.
The behaviour encouraged so as people have both rainbows and stars within their own needs and mindset changes. Rainbows traditionally relate to the Promise. And stars…. well everyone is a star within their own right.
Keeping in mind that a vision is a dream with a date on, high energy release and a load of emotions like to be ‘joyful’ to be experienced.
To land on a star needs an arrival time and date, enough fuel, lots of training and preparations. Actions that are consistent and flexible in the approach. With the belief that achieving this is like chopping up a log of wood. Aim not at the surface, but with the knowing that actions hits is all the way through. In fact you have arrived at the star, landed, the job completed.
In short : Susan Lewis enjoys helping you create and develop your online community.
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