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I started wondering what happens when people chose to be a "guy" but later decide they don't want to be that guy? What happens when doesn't want to be the Autoresponder guy anymore? What happens when and don't want to be the Adsense guys anymore? What does John do with all the autoresponder authority he's built on his blog? What does Justin and Joe do with all those twitter followers who still expect AdSense advice?
was on LIVE recently talking about what happens when you finish a project and how it can be hard to let go of the "guy" you were and find a new "guy" to be. It was an interesting interview and it did help a little with the questions above but it got me wondering. Why am I afraid to pick a "guy" to be? Am I afraid that I'll spend a lot of time and effort and the payoff won't be enough? Am I afraid that I'll be too successful and then have too much responsibility? Or perhaps it's an issue of not wanting to be pigeonhole, just like my friend...
Dr Asher talks about how most language learning programs are actively working against the students. He talks about how study and forced production are counter productive and says "when speaking happens, language learning has already occurred." This video was an hour well spent with someone who seems to understand well how language is learned.
talked about the ad re-targeting work he has been doing and it got me wondering. If you were looking to become proficient in AdWords, where would you start?
What books would you read? Which websites would you visit? Who would you have conversations with?
"Because no one made it this interesting," she said.
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