If you really look at it, this is truer than most realize – especially in today's society where people are led to believe that the ultimate happiness comes from idleness, from doing absolutely nothing at all. Yet take a look at the most idle people in society and there is where you'll find the most unhappy people you'll ever see.
Last summer I met a real interesting character on Facebook. He's a retired Canadian Forces helicopter pilot turned Internet Marketer and this guy gives common sense advice in his videos, and is hilarious while he does this. He's Steve "Biznutt" Barnes.
Here's his what he has to say on why it's so important to make a decision:
Radiant Freedom had to be temporarily taken offline starting Thursday, Dec 4 due to malicious files uploaded by the hackers from a week earlier. Our host, one.com found the code during a malware scan I asked them to perform to ensure our visitors have a save experience. When they found malware during their scan the site had to be taken down for your protection while the threat was handled. The site is still not fully online, it requires a login only I have, but it should be fully back up soon. I'll post another update shortly.
I came across this video by John Chow about a common question he's asked which goes like this "I have $____ to spend on advertizing" the amount could be anything, sometimes $200, or $500 or $100, or whatever. I'm seeing this sort of dillemma myself in my own business. Here's how John Chow answered that question.
Here, in Part 3, I will cover the Layout of your website and why and how to make it Accessible to as many visitors as possible, including those with physical difficulties, such as the blind and deaf.
By layout, I'm referring to how you organize your pages.
Most of the recovery work has been done now, and I'll shortly be returning to my normal blogging activities. Part 3 of my Anatomy of a Good Website series will be going up later today.
I would like to again thank my subscribers for your patience and support in dealing with this attack.
Jason Ross, Owner and Founder of Radiant Freedom