After much consideration, and the need to be definitive, I offer the following about legitimate work at home programs:
The only business program I can unconditionally recommend is SITESELL. I am a former business consultant, vocational rehab counselor, and executive recruiter. Save the following link, and take a serious look when you have time. SITESELL has a ten year record of success, and cannot be matched when it comes to support.
However, if you are disabled, please email me before buying the course---each person is different, and I will do my best to figure out if you are the type who will be successful with this very credible program. You need to be able to concentrate and remember things......but, after a few emails with me, we can be in a better position determine your likelihood of success.
Now, in no manner do I wish to discredit Jim Daniels, or Joe Robson, both of whom I have written about and whose products and services I recommend. I simply feel that those amongst the disabled who require a more complete, support driven system for business success should choose to become SiteSell members. Many others will always benefit from The Newbie Club or Make-a-living-online.
This may be the last post you will see from this blog, as I
am contending for a blog writer's position with a well known
Disability organization. Even if I begin blogging and writing articles
elsewhere, I would like to continue with VocationHelp. But, there is no
one reading this blog, and I lack the necessary skills and knowledge to maximize the efforts necessary to make this a reality.
I may yet still seek out someone who expertly handles these aspects. Perhaps I could attract the interest of a partner.
Realistically, I believe this blog could easily reach 100,000 people. People who need to take action.
And because of my business and research background---and because I am permanently disabled, it seems that most of the ingredients are here. Now, how to go forth?
I believe my USP is fairly formidable. Despite the necessity for medications, I can write on this blog three or four times a week, if required. I wish it was required. I just can't do the technical things necessary to optimize it. This neurological disorder took away some functions---things like understanding graphs, or using excel----I laughed when I saw instructions on html. So, I can barely walk, and simply can't grasp some of the left brain functions. But, I can still write and intuit. And I can remain an advocate the rest of my life.
In any case, I will still host the site through typepad----Please feel free to email.
Best to all,