Have you ever heard someone tell you they could predict the future?

I have.

Did I believe them?  Not really.

You see, I don't believe in predicting the future.

I believe in DETERMINING YOUR FUTURE.

Today, I want to give you a chance to determine the future in less than 1 minute….

The future direction of this blog!

You can do all the market research in the world and still, the best way to find out what people want is to…

ASK THEM!

So we are asking you.

  • Do you have a particular problem you would like addressed?
  • Did you like certain topics and want to see more?
  • Have we missed something that you need to learn?

This is your chance to let us know, and it will take you less than 1 minute:

PLEASE COMPLETE OUR SURVEY NOW (click here)

Look, we know you're busy, so that's why we made this survey super short and right to the point… it's 100% anonymous and will only take 1 minute to complete.

If you have gotten something out of this blog in the past and learned something, we are calling in our favors now.

COMPLETE OUR BLOG DIRECTION SURVEY NOW

I thank you in advance!  As always, we are here to serve you, our loyal readers.

    11 replies to "You Can Determine The Future in Less Than 1 Minute"

    • TracyAnn0312

      In my opinion, we cannot predict our future. We are the ones that creates our future for instances. Determining our future is not good as well. If you will be able to ask what will be your future and you determined it but it does not happen as well. Do you think people will believe in you? However, superstitious persons believe to it!

    • Matt

      The ones who say they have the ability to predict the future, may not be fully honest to potential users, but at least they aren’t lazy like many bloggers I see who crash and burn. They expect to see profits and enough gain through blogging to live off it, an extremely unlikely goal. But at least, we have the ability to determine our own paths by how hard (or not) we work at it.

    • Herbert

      Only us can determine what will our future be, not a fortune teller 😀 If we live our life to be dirty, expect for a dirtier life ahead.

      Herbert

      • Bob

        Very true Herbert… by the way, did you vote?

        • Herbert

          Dont mind me asking Sir, vote in where? :/

          • test

            If you scroll up this page, you’ll see a box labeled “Complete Our Survey”. Click on this link and you’ll be able to vote for the subject areas you’d like me to concentrate on going forward with this blog.

            It’s YOUR chance to have a voice! I urge you to take it!

            Thanks in advance,

            Bob

            • Herbert

              oh.. got it 🙂

              done with it Sir Bob…

    • Oliver Tausend

      HI Bob,

      pretty cool way of determining one’s direction…asking what our target market wants or needs is an awesome idea.

      I am getting more and more to the realization that a network marketing blog has to be designed and set up differently than other blogs. The question I asked myself is:”Do I consider myself as a blogger ?”

      Of course, I blog and I love it because it works for me. But I don’t see myself neither as a blogger nor as an internet marketing. I use my blog as a tool to connect with people, to build relationships and to showcase my personal development with all challenges and how I overcame them. By doing so, I don’t even try to make a living from my blog which takes away a lot of pressure and makes relationship building a lot easier.

      I know that when I do the 3 things mentioned above right, I don’t have to worry about the growth of my business. Network marketing is not a blogging business and it isn’t internet marketing either even though we use blogging and the internet as tools. And: You don’t need a blog to build a successful network marketing business online. Some of my mentors don’t even have one, others do…

      Thanks for doing the survey, I enjoyed it.

      Be blessed

      Oliver

      • Bob

        I agree 100% Oliver! For the typical network marketer, a blog is a tool and nothing more. Nothing replaces the personal 1 on 1 contact (either by phone or in person) that builds the trust necessary to have people join you in your business. Our blog helps others get to know what we’re about and some idea of how we can help. It’s a good introduction to us, that’s all. I DO consider myself a blogger, but its secondary to my NM (at least for now! 🙂

    • Herbert

      I agree Sir Bob, No one can tell what will our future be, perhaps only us can determine what kind of future we have. If we practice laziness, then expect a future of struggles.

      • Bob

        Agreed, Herbert! 🙂

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