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NEW! Regular Community Networking On Meeow :-)
I am launching a new service which will make it much easier for VPN community members to get to know one another better using online networking platform meeow. The weekly meet-ups every Wednesday at 4pm UK time will now be hosted there, and I have added 4 more times each week on different days to accommodate the timezone that works best for you. Meeow is an innovative and fun way to have real conversations online, and the format of 4 people keeps things lively. Simply choose the time that works best for you https://www.meeow.com/meeows/virtual-power-networking Please share who you met and how your meetings went in this thread. Happy Networking! Best,
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NEW! Regular Community Networking On Meeow :-)
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This community's raison d'être
Hello everyone, welcome! This community comprises of individuals who are already in my VPN network and others who are interested in learning more about it. VPN is a low ticket (£9.90/$12.99 a month or £99/$129 per year) product which grants access to my 500+ WhatsApp group ecosystem covering a wide range of themes and business subjects. This is powered by nas.io and will continue to do so. Since the Skool environment is more structured and less chaotic than a standalone WhatsApp group, I have created this community to allow existing members to get to know one another more quickly. Furthermore, some people are making serious money using Skool, and to this end, I would encourage you all to consider creating products powered by it. I hope this all makes sense. Questions? Post them below! Happy Networking everyone 🙂
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This community's raison d'être
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⚠️ Rules Of Engagement
Welcome! Please introduce yourself outlining who you are, where you live, what you do and who you would like to meet and post using the 'Introductions' tab, Use the Link button to link to your LinkedIn profile. If you have a YouTube video which helps explain what you do include it. The more you engage in this community, the higher you will rank in the leaderboard and there will be MASSIVE shout-outs to those that make it to the top! Several of the members here are already members of my existing https://virtualpowernetworking.com/ community and are in many of my 500+ WhatsApp groups. This is a low ticket offering priced at £9.90/$12.99/month or just £99/$129 for the year! To join it, click here, enter your WhatsApp number and answer some questions about your ideal referral/dream client. You will then be sent invite links to those WhatsApp groups that match your business interests and I'll help craft a killer introduction for you. I will be using Skool for my mid and high-ticket offerings, but this community will remain free.😎
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Let other's Shine!
"In a world filled with competition and comparison, it's crucial to remember the value of humility and support for others. When someone demonstrates expertise or skill in a particular area, it's not a sign of weakness to step back and let them shine. By recognizing and celebrating the strengths of those around us, we foster a culture of collaboration and mutual respect. Embracing the success of others not only uplifts them but also enriches our own lives with inspiration and positivity. Let's cultivate a mindset that appreciates and encourages the talents of others, creating a community where everyone can thrive together." Ashkan Tabibnia The Legacy Architect 90210 Enterprise
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Why Phone Addiction is a Myth
Using your phone constantly isn't harmful. It's about the context and purpose of the usage, which is essential for personal growth and business operations. Curated by: Martin R. Ricketts I think the idea that using technology constantly is harmful is misguided. It's not about the duration of phone use but rather the context in which it's used. Gen Z often gets unfairly labelled as addicted to their phones, but the critical factor is the purpose behind the usage. While doom scrolling can be detrimental, being on the phone isn't inherently bad. Personally, I use my phone almost all the time and carry it everywhere. However, there are specific situations where phone use is inappropriate, such as during face-to-face conversations, meetings, family dinners, or significant events like weddings and funerals. Being "unplugged" isn't about avoiding the phone entirely but about achieving a state of calmness and mindfulness, which can still be accomplished while using the phone responsibly. My phone is a powerful tool for learning and staying informed, especially when I'm out in nature or traveling. I use it for research, note-taking, capturing ideas, and staying updated with educational content and social media. It also helps me manage various aspects of my business, from banking and entertainment to travel and smart home control. In the age of cognitive augmentation, a powerful smartphone is indispensable for both personal growth and business operations, which makes completely disconnecting impractical for an entrepreneur or business owner who wants to compete and win in the digital age. Do Work You Love. Monetize Your Story. Design Your Future. https://linktr.ee/monetizeyourstory
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