We are thrilled to announce the start of our Earn2Life Blog. This is a new project for our team and we will publish important information and interesting news here. The Earn2Life Blog team will expect that this blog will evolve from the feed back we receive from our consumers and Earn2LIfe team players. Team Players and consumer input is invaluable for us to run a successful blog.
To make your SL experience easier, our team is looking for ways to help you the team player find that information or news faster. We believe this information should be built with quality, speed, integrity and respectfulness to our consumers and team players. Wouldn’t it be great if all you had to do when your stuck with a particular problem is come to the blog and the information your looking for is staring you in the face.
The sharing of information only makes our SL experience invaluable for our basic, intermediate, and advanced users. As we hear more about specific issues, work-around, and solutions we will be sure to share that information and make it available to everyone. We are all part of the same team and the best way for this team to grow and you obtain your dream is by sharing information. Sharing of information puts us all in a better position. Working alone to learn all processes takes too much time to prepare yourself to move forward to the next level. Our hope is that you will be ready sooner rather then later to move to that next level.
If you look at all the successful companies throughout the world team work is high on their list. My past jobs have always been good experiences when the team worked together as a team who shared information. We documented all information and we saw great results because of the sharing of knowledge. People were able to learn their jobs faster by cutting down on the job training from 3 months to 1 month.
We all need to work together as a “well oiled engine” to take Earn2Life to the next level. If one part of a well oiled engine breaks then the engine has issues running successfully until it is fixed. Isolating yourself from the rest of the world hinders your growth and Secondlife is no more different then real life. Isolation means your on your own and some make it but from my experience many do not make it. Rely on your peers for help that is what many of them are here to do. Rely on this blog because it is trying to establish standards that we all can go by and move forward with everyone thinking in the same direction.
We welcome you to the team and to our new blog. Looking forward to working with you all as a team player!
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