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TheDutch

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Nov 30, 2016
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Hi All,

Some of you may know me already, since i'm scavenging here and there for information and motivation on this Forum. And passing on the knowledge i've got in my short history of working. I try to make every post being of value for atleast someone on this Forum.

22 years old from Holland, working a 9 to 5 job, actually having fun on the job.
It's in Sales, which also motivates me more doing things to help people besides work.
I've graduated in Marketing and Sales (in & outbound).

My main motivation to do more besides my normal job is that i want to have a bigger stream of income (obviously).

I actually feel better by doing more for people, i started reading how to win friends & influence people (Since TMF has not been delivered yet, @MJ DeMarco, can't wait to read the book.
Regarding HTWF&IP; Already seeing positive changes around me, people start telling me things about their companies they actually never bothered to tell me in the past.

I'm trying to realise the succes & help in the way @Fox shows many of us. By doing webdesign, that's taking a different approach, rather then being the same as everyone else. Actually show the customer the value of a good website, instead of trying to sell it to them.

I'm still struggling really badly with HTML & CSS, since i came from 0.0 experience, made 1 website so far, looks good, but it mainly was editing a template. I'm working daily on improving my HTML & CSS skills, so i can actually sell quality, not quantity. I'm not going to spend years of trying to be the best in HTML & CSS, since the best practice will be just starting on jobs. But at the moment, i'm not even able to make a good working nav on my own yet.

SO to @SinisterLex, for the 15 steps of Copywriting, gave me a-lot ideas and new ways of thinking!

If you guys have any other questions, feel free to ask!
 
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#nowhere

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Jan 29, 2016
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Hi All,

Some of you may know me already, since i'm scavenging here and there for information and motivation on this Forum. And passing on the knowledge i've got in my short history of working. I try to make every post being of value for atleast someone on this Forum.

22 years old from Holland, working a 9 to 5 job, actually having fun on the job.
It's in Sales, which also motivates me more doing things to help people besides work.
I've graduated in Marketing and Sales (in & outbound).

My main motivation to do more besides my normal job is that i want to have a bigger stream of income (obviously).

I actually feel better by doing more for people, i started reading how to win friends & influence people (Since TMF has not been delivered yet, @MJ DeMarco, can't wait to read the book.
Regarding HTWF&IP; Already seeing positive changes around me, people start telling me things about their companies they actually never bothered to tell me in the past.

I'm trying to realise the succes & help in the way @Fox shows many of us. By doing webdesign, that's taking a different approach, rather then being the same as everyone else. Actually show the customer the value of a good website, instead of trying to sell it to them.

I'm still struggling really badly with HTML & CSS, since i came from 0.0 experience, made 1 website so far, looks good, but it mainly was editing a template. I'm working daily on improving my HTML & CSS skills, so i can actually sell quality, not quantity. I'm not going to spend years of trying to be the best in HTML & CSS, since the best practice will be just starting on jobs. But at the moment, i'm not even able to make a good working nav on my own yet.

SO to @SinisterLex, for the 15 steps of Copywriting, gave me a-lot ideas and new ways of thinking!

If you guys have any other questions, feel free to ask!

Hi @TheDutch,

are you from the netherlands actually? And what do you mean by "not delivered yet"?

Keep on pushing regarding CSS and HTML. Learning curve is exponential imo. Once you "get" it, everything falls in place.
I think, as fox said, don't program the sites just for yourself, try to do it for other people, even if it's for free. Just to get the feedback and to do it with another perspective.

Maybe you could try to get the ebook of TMF .

Best regards from Germany

#n
 
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TheDutch

Contributor
Nov 30, 2016
22
46
27
Hi @TheDutch,

are you from the netherlands actually? And what do you mean by "not delivered yet"?

Keep on pushing regarding CSS and HTML. Learning curve is exponential imo. Once you "get" it, everything falls in place.
I think, as fox said, don't program the sites just for yourself, try to do it for other people, even if it's for free. Just to get the feedback and do it with another perspective.


Maybe you could try to get the ebook of TMF .

Best regards from Germany

#n

Yep, eastern Holland, about 40 minutes from the German border.
And the book has been ordered, scheduled delivery around 17 January, it's on it's way!

And thanks for the info, i keep pushing forward. Some friends of me also have there webdeveloping businesses, they're helping me out with the writing also.

Thanks!
 

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