A new post was just added to the EmpowermentCoachnet Page on Facebook. Rather than repeat the entire post, I’ll summarize it a little. Empowerment is something we’d like to see and lots of people around the world have been disempowered for a long time. One of the tragedies of disempowerment is what happens to senior citizens, many of whom are very well educated, have been pillars of their community, active, making a positive difference for everyone they contact. As they age and as their bodies and mental processes slow down, they become disempowered–sometimes suddenly, sometimes gradually. In their disempowered state their quality of life starts to decline as well.
We can make a difference for them. The post goes into more detail and there is a workshop available that can help caregivers, families, and others who need to be empowering (teachers, medical staff) to learn to help themselves and, by extension, to help others.
Look at the post for more detail. Joel Montgomery
Have you ever had to follow some directions–like learning dance steps–forward 2, back 3, side step 1, forward 2, reverse side step 3, etc.
I’m finding that to be the case with some of the activities I’m engaged in this week, building infrastructure to support my online business set-ups. (The results are similar to the classic, “You can’t get there from here” quote when someone asks directions to some place.)
I have lots of tools to move very quickly–and still in circles. A friend of mind just told me, “Contact me when you’ve done all you have to do.” (I didn’t find the comment particularly helpful and it probably makes sense from my friend’s perspective.)
I did sign-up for an affiliate program today that I think will be helpful. It offers free services to help people with online emailing and communication. I’ll share more about that (and a link) later. That will be part of JoelMontyLoves.com.
If you know of anyone interested in exploring how to build an effective team for multi-level-marketing (MLM), have them check out the video in the previous post. If anyone is actively looking to build such a team, follow this link for help in generating leads for team members.