what-everybody-ought-to-know-about-making-money-online I learned about this New Blog Of The Week (NBOTW) candidate when George Angus of Tumblemoose Productions guest posted on it.

Upon delving into the archives, I realized this blog is a treasure trove of extremely valuable information.

In her post titled Do You Recognize The 7 Early Warning Signs of Self Sabotage the last two warning signs listed are:

6. Trying to obtain wealth and success before you’ve made room for them.

7. Spending most of your time, money and energy immersed in activities that have little or nothing to do with achieving your desired results.

She then goes on to explain how we can correct each of the early warning signs.

This next post has a catchy title – Why Some People Almost Always Generate More Online Profits To quote her,

The people who make the most online profits are those who clearly stand out from the rest of the competitive pack. Think about it. These people place themselves and their businesses in plain view. They clearly distinguish themselves from the crowd in ways that their prospective buyers can easily spot them and are eager to do business with them.

When we think of the people who do make money online, the above is definitely true. They don’t follow the crowd. They show transparency, have developed trust and built a solid online reputation.

In a series on The 7 Natural Laws of Energy – How to Multiply Online Profits and Create the Life of Your Dreams. she teaches us,

Knowing the Natural Laws of Energy is absolutely essential to creating everything you desire in your business and life. But the real key to your success lies in understanding and learning how to work with them, instead of against them.

As a bonus, she offers a free ebook titled, “What Everybody Ought to Know About Making Money Online” – “How to Survive (and Yes, Even Thrive) In Your Internet Business”.

“i Profit On Purpose” is the name of this New Blog Of The Week. Mary Anne Fisher is the author.

Please join me in welcoming Mary Anne to the Blogging Without A Blog community.

Welcome Mary Anne.

Enjoy your reign.


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P.S. Shortly after publishing this I checked Mary Anne’s site and it was down. Update: The problem has been resolved.


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  1. Thanks for sharing it!
    Off to check on the free eBook you mentioned here.

    Alik Levin | PracticeThis.com´s last blog post..Is Consultant Career For Me?

  2. DavinaNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Barbara. I was just over at Mary Anne’s blog and it was alive and well. The problem must be fixed. Another great find here Barbara.

    Welcome Mary Anne. The point you made about “Trying to obtain wealth and success before you’ve made room for them” is a brilliant one! This is kind of you to offer this ebook for free.

    Davina´s last blog post..Guest Post: Emotions — The Universal Language

  3. Ari KoinumaNo Gravatar says:

    I, too, confirm that her site was up. And it’s a good one!

    ari

    Ari Koinuma´s last blog post..60-Day Challenge: Intuitive Entrepreneurship — Will Power of Love Be Enough?

  4. LingNo Gravatar says:

    Welcome Mary Anne, and nice site you have. Read the post about the The Accidental Profiteer, and have to say I’m impressed. Lots of people talk about tools and techniques and tricks, but very few people focus on the human aspect. If you can teach people how to connecte and resonate with their readers, that’s a sure fire way to success.

    Nice post and nice blog. I’ll try to visit once in a while. 🙂

  5. I love that she says we need to create room for success. I’ve been guilty of not creating room. I want my blog to grow faster, my speaking career to take off, and a publisher to want to publish my book. All this before I’m really ready for it.

    I’m checking out her blog right after I leave this comment.

    Karl Staib – Your Work Happiness Matters´s last blog post..Extend Your Company’s Recruiting Message to Social Outlets

  6. @ Barbara – Thanks so much for sharing my site with your wonderful readers. I’m thrilled to be here. Welcome to everyone!

    I hope you’ll all visit often, make yourselves at home and share your wisdom, thoughts and input on any of the posts that move you.

    @ Alik – Hope you find my ebook helpful. Let me know if you have any questions or comments as you go through the material. I’d love your feedback: maryanne@iprofitonpurpose.com

    @Davina – Thanks, Davina… it’s a pleasure to meet you. I hope you’ll sign up for and take advantage of the material and worksheets in the ebook. Look forward to getting to know you!

    @ Ari – Thanks for your kind words, Ari. Are there any posts in particular that resonate with you?

    @ Ling – Hi Ling! Thanks for your warm welcome. It is all about people, isn’t it… beginning with ourselves. Hope you’ll take time to download and read the ebook. I promise it will be well worth it! 😉

    @ Karl – Thank you, Karl! I had to learn the “making room” lesson the hard way. So glad you signed up for the ebook… I’d be pleased as punch to know what you think of it.

    I appreciate each and every one of you for your kind remarks and warm welcome to Barbara’s delightful community.

    And thanks again to you, dear Barbara, for introducing me to your lovely corner of the world. It’s an honor and a privilege to know you. 🙂

    Mary Anne

    Mary Anne Fisher´s last blog post..How to Avoid Being a Victim of Mistaken Identity in Your Online Business

  7. Those quotes alone blew me away, that sounds like a terrific site! And blogger.

    Congrats, Mary Anne.

    (And maybe her site was down because of all the new hits.)

    Jannie Funster´s last blog post..Doing It

  8. TumblemooseNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Barbara,

    Thanks for the shout out.

    Mary Anne just flat out does a fantastic job. I’ve learned a great deal from her since we first met. I hope others take advantage of the great wisdom she is offering over there.

    Cheers!

    George

    Tumblemoose´s last blog post..Dialogue sucks. I aim to kill you with it

  9. @ Jannie – Wow… I’m blown away by your remarks! Thanks so much for this.

    @ George – What can I say, dear man… you’re simply the best! 🙂

    Mary Anne

    Mary Anne Fisher´s last blog post..How to Avoid Being a Victim of Mistaken Identity in Your Online Business

  10. Thank you for introducing Mary Anne. I don’t think I ever visited her blog. Off to check it out. 🙂

  11. Barbara,

    Once again, you’ve selected a great blog! I immediately visited Mary Anne and read her post, “Do You Recognize the 7 Early Warning Signs of Self-Sabotage,” which I found very helpful. I liked that she gave both the warning signs AND the antidotes!

    Welcome Mary Anne…I enjoy your writing and will visit again!!!!

    Sara B. Healy´s last blog post..A Facebook challenge with a twist!

  12. @ Sara – Thanks for the welcome… nice to meet you! I look forward to getting to know you and hope to “see” you on my blog soon. 🙂

    Mary Anne

    Mary Anne Fisher´s last blog post..How to Avoid Being a Victim of Mistaken Identity in Your Online Business

  13. Cath LawsonNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Barbara – I was worried for a minute – when I read the description, I thought you’d lost the plot and chosen one of those scammy make money online blogs.

    I was just checking out Mary Anne’s blog and it seems like she’s also been having problems with her host. I wonder if it was Bluehost too? I hope she moved. They still did not refund me what they owe.

  14. Ian DennyNo Gravatar says:

    Barb,

    I feel a little out of touch with the blogging world, so please forgive my ignorance!

    I haven’t checked the links on this one (sorry again!).

    I wonder about monetising a blog – nothing’s changed then! – however, that’s not because I don’t agree with it.

    I am attracted to blogs which give a little of something of the people behind them. Not in any stalking or weird sort of way – just becuase I’m far more interested in people than anything else.

    Better shut up for a little while. Been writing non-stop now for about 14 hours.

    Writers cramp….

    Ian Denny´s last blog post..Business Recovery – 2 Years On From Failure…And Now Slap Bang In The Middle Of A Recession!

  15. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Alik – You’re welcome. I’m happy to hear you’ll be checking out Mary Anne’s book, as I believe you’ll it to be a great resource.

    Hi Davina – Thank you. Did you notice Mary Anne is a coach, too? You’re all a great group of people.

    Hi Ari – Thank you. It is a good one, isn’t it?

    Hi Ling – Thank you for checking out Mary Anne’s blog.

    Hi Karl – Isn’t that great advice – “we need to create room for success”?

    Hi Mary Anne – You’re very welcome. It’s my pleasure to be able to introduce you to those who frequent BWAB. They’re the best.

    Hi Jannie – Isn’t her writing great. So inspiring.

    Hi George – You’re welcome. As you know, your guest post lead me to Mary Anne’s blog. I’ve very happy it did.

    Hi Vered – You’re welcome. I believe you’ll find Mary Anne’s blog a great read. The book is awesome, too.

    Hi Sara – Thank you. That’s a great post, isn’t it? Like you I like how she shares answers.

    Hi Catherine – Haha! Hers is definitely not a scammy make money blog or book. I think you’ll find it very helpful for what you’re trying to accomplish, as well.

    Hi Ian – How great it is to see you here. It’s been TOO long, but I do know you’re busy with your booming business.

    No, not much has changed in blogosphere. Except here, the NBOTW series is now on Wednesdays. Hope to see you again soon.

  16. PatriciaNo Gravatar says:

    Looks like a very good blog to visit and I will when I can get on – I have no doubts that Barbara picked another good fun and great learning spot to explore.

    Thank you Barbara and
    Congratulations to Mary Ann

    Patricia´s last blog post..I Needs

  17. RibbonNo Gravatar says:

    Thank you!

    Ribbon´s last blog post..Alone in a crowd….

  18. Evelyn LimNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Mary Anne, Barbara did such a good recommendation that I am going over to your site right now to check it out!! Much thanks to Barbara!!

    Evelyn Lim´s last blog post..Wings Of Love

  19. Hey Evelyn!

    I look forward to hearing from you and getting to know you.

    Be sure to get your free copy of my report while your there and let me know what you think.

    Thanks a bunch for the warm welcome!

    Mary Anne

    Mary Anne Fisher´s last blog post..How to Avoid Being a Victim of Mistaken Identity in Your Online Business

  20. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Patricia – You’re welcome. Yes, Mary Anne has a fabulous blog which you”ll have a great time exploring.

    Hi Ribbon – You’re welcome. Enjoy!

    Hi Evelyn – You’re welcome and thank you for the kind words.

    Hi again Mary Anne – Not only am I enjoying your free ebook, I thoroughly enjoy the email updates. You share so much value. Kudos to you.

  21. J.D. MeierNo Gravatar says:

    I like the points.

    > Trying to obtain wealth and success before you’ve made room for them.
    This is key. I’ve seen more people succeed with get rich slowly and succeed slowly … where their success snowballs and builds momentum. Otherwise, I’ve seen easy come, easy go.

    J.D. Meier´s last blog post..Avoid Mental Burnout

  22. Hi J.D. –

    You’re right. “Easy come, easy go” happens to a lot of people.

    Think of all the lottery winners we hear about who end up completely broke within just a year or so of coming into their vast fortunes.

    Becoming wealthy / successful in your business can happen “overnight,” too. But unless a personal foundation that’s designed to accommodate wealth is in place, odds are against the biz owner being able to sustain or grow it.

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

    Mary Anne

    Mary Anne Fisher´s last blog post..How to Avoid Being a Victim of Mistaken Identity in Your Online Business