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
As you can tell, I was pretty frustrated yesterday when I wrote the post about things being ridiculous.
Today I received an email from a new friend, Brittney Poppano, who invited me to see a replay of a presentation she shared last night. Her presentation put me in touch with a company that has a system for building an Internet Information Marketing business. I’ve been involved with that since the 1980s, though haven’t made any money.
With this new organization, my entire financial situation can be turned around in less than a month, though it will take longer to build a good business.
I’m an Advanced Practitioner in the Law of Abundance-Wealth. While my earlier post may not seem so, I’ve been working on myself for the past several months, replacing my dis-empowering habits of thought and action with empowering habits of thought and action. This result is one of the indicators that things are working well.
I spoke today with Ian Watson, Bluehost’s new “Web Coach” for my account (https://JoelMonty.net).
Thanks to our conversation and his legwork on the other end, all of my sites on Bluehost are now on a new (and more robust) server, under a single IP address for JoelMonty.net.
This is supposed to be a significant upgrade in the responsiveness of my websites and your ability to access them. The transition between servers is probably complete by now, though I haven’t received an email yet confirming that. This is the first time I’ve tried to access one of my sites since we made the upgrade (around 2:00PM CDT).
Ian will be working with me in checking how well used my websites are. My goal this summer is to do two things–eliminate websites that aren’t being used and monetize the sites–it would make sense for the websites to pay for their own upkeep.
Beyond that, my goal for my websites is for them to be of value and to generate residual income to help me be able to do the things I want to do in terms of service, making a contribution–and paying rent, being debt-free, etc.
More about that in another post.