Get Rewards For Exploring and Sharing New Experiences A whole new way to discover fun things-to-do by exchanging old experiences for new ones in a community of explorers.

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Will Says | 0 comments

What is Subi   Subi is essentially a social space for discovering new experiences by trading in old ones. Unlike any loyalty app, Subi connects you with people like yourself who enjoy indulging in their favorite things-to-do, but at the same time appreciate the notion that variety is the spice of life and are open to trying new things. Easy as Counting From 1 to 10 Subi does away with the vague point-building system that you find in many loyalty programs where 50,000 points doesn’t really mean a lot when you equate the amount to the value of the redeemable reward. Subi is here...

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Seeking ambitious people to work from home!

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in Will Says | 0 comments

Go here NOW!:www.jobsmart.co Our parent company, Ameriplan®, has been in business since 1992. Ameriplan® has an ”A+” Rating with the Better Business Bureau. We are with The National Association of Dental Plans and the Consumer Health Alliance.We offer the National Child ID on some of our protection plans. National Child ID is offered by the AFCA in partnership with the FBI. We are a service-based company. We do not sell products or do home parties, we don’t collect money or do any cold calling. We are a true work at home CAREER. Our company offers American...

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Motivational Cowboy Will Roberts talks about Internet Use Addiction (Video)

Posted by on Aug 26, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Motivational Cowboy Will Roberts talks about Internet Use Addiction (Video)     Motivational Cowboy Will Roberts talks about Internet Use Addiction (Video) Okay, so after writing my blog last week on Internet Use Disorder, I started to think.  An Internet addict is considered anyone who is online more than 38 hours a week.  If you divide that by 7, then that is less than 5.5 hours each day.  Specifically, if I spend 5 hours and 27 minutes a day online, then that could classify me as an Internet junkie.   When you consider all of the ways Apple, Blackberry, and Android...

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Trash Talk: Cut the Clutter to Save You Time

Posted by on Aug 23, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Trash Talk: Cut the Clutter to Save You Time

Another way that we bring clutter to our lives, pushing away or downgrading those things that we believe to be truly important, is to SAY too much.  This is a subtle form of clutter, of course depending on the person talking, it could be down right overwhelming. One that we may not consider at first, but it is powerful in terms of how we define and portray ourselves to others.   Speech becomes clutter when it does not add value to what we feel to be important.  It distracts from our priorities.  I often see words become clutter in two different ways.  The first is somewhat obvious,...

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Clutter Free Living: Once CHOICE at a Time

Posted by on Aug 21, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Clutter Free Living: Once CHOICE at a Time

Make Choices When a cowboy hits the trail on a long trip the trail bag is packed as lightly as possible. Only the bare essentials are included. With this image in mind, I continually ask myself, “So what am I doing with all this stuff?”   If I want to simplify, I have to decide what is important and what is not.   Which led me to the next step Simple Step – MAKE CHOICES.  I had to decide what is important, and what is clutter.   What is clutter?   Clutter is HAVING too much stuff. Clutter is DOING too much stuff. Clutter is SAYING too much...

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Too Much Clutter? Consider What You DO!

Posted by on Aug 16, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Too Much Clutter?  Consider What You DO!

When we think of clutter, we tend to think of things.  Our mind wanders to the stacks of boxes in the garage, messy desk drawers, or an unorganized closet.  Possessions can definitely bring clutter to our lives, but our actions can also be a source of clutter.  Our habits and behavioral responses can distract from what is important leading us to not be the successful, purposeful person we would like to be.   Habits can create disorder and detract from what is truly important.  For example grabbing a daily frappo-whipped carmel half-calf coffee drink before heading to the office may...

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Where’s Your Clutter? Consider What You Have, Do, and Say to Spot Your Clutter

Posted by on Aug 13, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Where’s Your Clutter? Consider What You Have, Do, and Say to Spot Your Clutter

INVENTORY We tend to gather, collect, and hoard the latest and greatest shiny objects with the result that the honeymoon wains, and we forget why we bought it in the first place, we lose the motivation to productively apply it, or we just clear a space on the shelf or in a drawer for it.  To simplify what I am saying, we stand in line to get the newest gadgets and then something newer catches our eye and we move in that direction.  Its not really our fault, we are marketed to react. In the world of technology, if a product does not have an update in a few weeks or less, we have moved on, it...

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Internet Addiction Disorder: Users Become Used by Technology

Posted by on Aug 11, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Internet Addiction Disorder: Users Become Used by Technology

  “In this modern day and age America`s newest slogan is: Mom, apple pie and high-speed Internet. They say you can live two weeks without food, a day or so without water but take someone`s smart phone away, and that person won`t last 5 minutes.”   I have been signing off each email with this saying for years.  However, my observation was confirmed when I heard this week that the appendix of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the book used by psychiatrists and psychologists to diagnose psychological disorders, will add “Internet use disorder” to the...

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Having too much clutter, from piled to filed. Organizing my garage

Posted by on Aug 9, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

CLUTTER: Having too much A key component of Simple Sense is identifying and eliminating the CLUTTER that builds up around us.  Clutter is quite plainly too much stuff.  It is too much going on. It is too much said.  All this stuff may be fun, but it gets in the way of what is important at the time and our overall goals and aspirations.   Clutter gives the gifts of stress and defeat.  By eliminating it, you won’t feel the stress of not finishing what you want to do.  You won’t feel the congested pressure of having too much around you.   This week I was reminded that...

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Simplify your life means you have to start simple and commit.

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Will Says | 0 comments

Simplify your life means you have to start simple and commit.

SIMPLE SENSE STEP 1: START Before undertaking any program or plan of action you have to START.  When it came to simplifying my life I had to actually tell myself that I was going to START TO SIMPLIFY.  And, I had to SAY IT.  I had to say, “I am going to simplify my life.” I could write it down, I could say in my mind, however, both of those I could lose.  The solution, say it out loud, so you are both saying and hearing it being said.   Why out loud? I am making a commitment. I am making a verbal promise to myself, bringing the power of voice to potential action.   I...

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