How are you treating your Customers?

If you have not seen the inspirational video telling the story about the grocery store bagger, then you need to take a few minutes and watch it. This is just a short little story. Something to think about at the beginning of this new year.

Please watch the following video clip — it is a story of Johnny, the grocery store bagger. It is very short, but it will remind you of why and how we make an impact in what we do.

You may even want to share it with others, and I hope you will.
It’s amazing how one young Down’s Syndrome bagger made such a wonderful impact on those customers lucky enough to have Johnny bag their groceries! Simple Truths

A Simple Free Calandar Service

Hi everyone,

I want to take a moment to thank those people who responded to my last blog post and helped me work on my blog formatting challenges. I appreciate Paul Livingston, Colin Pike, Tim Buttles and Desiree Thomas all coming to my aid and trying to help me figure out my issues. I’ve decided to start over and see if I can find the issues that were causing the problems all along.

Anyway with that aside, I’d like to share something with you that I found out about yesterday that is an excellent planning and organizing tool that gets the whole family involved (at least those who have computer access). It’s a completely free service and I’ve seen other services similar to it that gladly charge you a monthly fee.

You can quickly and easily set up your calendar, to-do lists, shopping lists and any other kind of list you want to add. You can then access this information from any computer or via your cell phone. You can also synchronize your information with Microsoft Outlook if you want to.

Did I mention that this is completely free? It took me less than 10 minutes to get mine set up and now my wife and both of our sons have access to our calendar and can add items whenever they want to.

If you want more information on this amazing service, just leave a quick comment and I’ll send you the invitation to it, remember it’s free so I don’t make any money by recommending it but it’s the neatest planning tool I’ve seen in a long time, especially for the busy family or individual.

Until my next post, always try to be all you can be and help someone else out every chance you get!

How To Get Added to My Blog Roll

If you’re a fellow student in Alex Jeffreys coaching program, I’ll be more than happy to add you to my blog roll.

If you’ve been to my blog before and added a comment to any of my posts, I’ve probably already added you to the roll so you might want to scroll down and look on the right hand side for your name.

If you’re not there and would like to be added to my blog roll, just leave a comment on this page with your name and blog address and and I will update the blog roll each day, or as soon as possible after receiving your information.

There are some rules attached to this and I’d like to give my friend Traci Moore credit for coming up with these rules which make sense:

Blog Roll Rules
1. In order to be added to the blogroll there must be a reciprocal link, which means there should be a link back to me on your blog roll as well, pointing back to my blog so that we can expand this webring that we are building.

So you would ADD me as…

Name: Kevin Griffith


2. I will only accept links to your blog and not to any other form of advertisement including the Profit Pulling Platform. (Your Squeeze Page) Only a link to your blog is acceptable.
Thank you for stopping by my blog,


About Me

Hello everyone,

I’m finally getting started posting to my blog.  I’ve had this crazy thing set up for over a year and actually forgot about it.  I’m looking forward to sharing my journey with everyone who chooses to read my posts.

First I’ll tell you a little about who I am:

I’m a computer junkie who’s been through many different types of career paths since I left active duty in the U.S. Army back in 1988 as an Aeroscout Helicopter pilot.  I’ve been looking for something to help me make money online for the past 12 years and I’ve bought more ebooks and programs than you “can shake a stick at”, no really, I’ve got so many of them that I can count them all and there’s no telling how much money I’ve spent.

My biggest problem is that I’ve always had a serious problem staying focused when I’m at the computer.  I was never considered “ADD” as a child but I’ve decided that the computer has caused me to become “ADD” and I can’t stay focused on anything for very long.