On Thursday morning, Max, my first baby, had a brain operation that has saved his life. It’s been stressful, there’ve been some fights, but ultimately we ended up with one of the best paediatric neurosurgeons in the country, and everything seems to have gone well. Fingers crossed that all continues in that way.
We’re now back home, and can start to get into a routine for normal living 🙂
Along the way we’ve met many consultants, nurses, midwives and hospital workers who were nothing but exceptional.
Yeah, we met one or two assholes as well, but they were quickly pushed aside by the exceptional people of this world.
And here in the UK, we are unbelievably privileged to get all of this treatment for free on the NHS. Heck, even if you wanted to pay for it, you wouldn’t be able to, because there is nobody who does it privately here.
It makes me proud to live in a country and society, where such a thing is possible.
Every day the newspapers are filled with celebrity crap, violence and terror. Out in the real world, people are still, by and large, kind, considerate and caring. They want to help others just for the pleasure of helping others.
Which is exactly what I’ve been preaching about you doing in your online bizniss.
99% of people who want to make money online, start by Googling it, then they setup a blog and newsletter teaching other people how to make money online, with one goal… to make themselves money.
And it’s not their fault, that’s what they’ve been told to do by some gooroo or another.
But seriously, WTF?!
How are you supposed to persuade someone to buy something off you, teaching them how to do something, when you have no idea how to do it yourself, and your only motivation is personal wealth.
It makes approximately 0% sense.
If you really want to know how to make money online, this be it…
P.S. My email later today is going to answer the question ‘where to start’’. So if you’re not sure, keep a weather eye on your inbox.