BI 017: Stand Out When You Reach Out

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Sorry to all my loyal readers and listeners. My routines and schedules are totally thrown out the window. Why you may ask? Here’s a hint. He weighs almost 8 pounds and is a peeing, pooing, eating, and sleeping machine.

Please check out my two examples of how to stand out when reaching out for help.

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Dom is really practicing Pat Flynn’s Being Everywhere as he refers to his big reveal on The Free Financial Advisor Podcast and also takes part in the roundtable discussions.

What do you think? Baby Inspire or Baby Buck? Do you have any advice when you ask someone for help?

Stay Inspired!
Buck

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9 Responses

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    Baby Buck alliterates nicely so I’d go with that.

    When I ask someone for help I like to make sure we have similar goals and a common interest. Also I don’t approach them unless they seem relatively accessible and willing to help others.

    So cool about the new addition. You’re going to have a great time.

    Lee
    An A to Z Co-Host
    Tossing It Out
    Try my networking experiment

  2. MoneyCone says:

    Take it slow Buck. Time, tide and babies wait for no one!

  3. Jai Catalano says:

    CONGRATULATIONS… I am screaming from the top of my lunges by the way. I am so happy for you guys. I just wrote a post about potty training help. Don’t read it for another 18 months or so but it’s there for when the time comes.

    Truly a blessing.

  4. MoSoLoCo says:

    Congrads! Been a dad is really cool, even if it is clumsy at the beginning. Some day you might be proud to say ‘That’s my Son’!

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