In more exciting news, I may have to opportunity of going through hypnosis. This excited me as a means of retraining the brain. That is where I feel I need the most help. Although, the idea of crowd funding has my interested. If one guy can get $55,000 for potato salad, maybe I can appeal to the crowd funding population. The key points of the above article from Forbes are:
First, people are willing to give to something that they believe in. And with the propagation of easily-accessible, widely-visible crowdsourcing platforms, it’s really easy to get your project in front of people who believe in it.
And second, how you present your offer it more important than ever. It might even be more important than the offer itself.And the conclusion of the article:
Nevertheless, there are some universal lessons to be learned here, questions that you should ask about your own product before you start a crowdfunding campaign of your own. Does your product help people, make them laugh, lift their spirits? Does it tickle their funny bone? Do they tell their friends about it?
Then maybe it’s a good fit for Kickstarter (or another crowdfunding platform).I'll be putting my thinking cap on to see if I cannot make arrangements for making or making back the money necessary for the hypnosis.
Yours in the hope of the retrained brain,
P.S.: Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. It's up to you to learn from the experience. - Eliot
21. Learn three clean jokes.
22. Wear polished shoes.
23. Floss your teeth.
24. Drink champagne for no reason at all.
25. Ask for a raise when you feel you've earned it.