Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Happy New Year!

I made a little Happy New Year video:

(Video has been removed from youtube.)

Let this serve as an example of one of the many ways to promote your websites for free. YouTube is one medium of promotion. Like you need multiple streams of income, you should also have many sources of promotion working for you. Numerous promotion methods are free. You just need to take the time to put them in place.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Latest HubPage Article

I wrote an article about the way that the Social Security Administration treats those who cannot work outside the home but try to do what they can by working freelance from home.

A Word of Caution about SSI and Self-employment

Please, give it a read and leave a comment if you have an opinion on the subject.

My Latest Project

I wanted to share my latest website - -even though it isn't finished yet. I'm still adding the content, but feel free to check it out and let me know what you think of it so far.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Parable of the Professor & the Bucket

"The Parable of the Professor and the Bucket
By Michael Masterson

A philosophy professor and his student stand in a warehouse. A large tin bucket and several boxes are in front of them.

The professor picks up a box that contains large rocks, each one about four inches in diameter, and pours them into the bucket. The stones reach the top of the bucket, and he asks the student if it is full.

'It is,' the student replies.

The professor takes another box, this one containing stones about one inch in diameter, and pours them over the rocks in the bucket. The smaller stones fill in the spaces between the rocks. Again, he asks the student if the bucket is full.

The student looks and says, 'It is.'

The professor then pours in the contents of a third box, this one containing small pebbles. Again, the student looks in and agrees that the bucket is full.

Finally, the professor pours a box of sand on top of the rocks, stones, and pebbles. And once more, for the fourth time, the student has to acknowledge that the bucket is full.

'The lesson,' the professor tells the student, 'is to do the most important thing first, and each lesser thing in order of its priority. In this way, you will be able to fill up your life four times, instead of just once. If you do the unimportant things first, you'll be filling your bucket with sand... and there won't be room for anything else.'"