Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Are You Preparing To Win, or Preparing to Fail?

Time and time again I hear it: "We don't have time for a website," or "We don't have enough business to warrant a website."

So many businesses today seem to be going into action with the idea that it's only temporary, and that they will fail in the long run anyway. This mindset can only lead to failure. It is almost like businesses today are afraid to succeed because it might be too much work.

Success is a state of mind. Napoleon Hill wrote in his book Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude, "Anything the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve." But the key is that you MUST believe it first. If you don't believe it, then you are just wasting your time.

Because today more people search Google than the Yellow Pages, a website can be the first, easiest step to achieving success in business. Affordable Website Design can get you on the Internet "map" and delivering potential customers your way.

A website doesn't need to be fancy or complex to be effective. It doesn't need to have a shopping cart or searchable database, which can lead to increased expenses in the website design. A website needs to get people to the information you want them to have, and peak their interest enough to pick up the phone or send an eMail.

Internet hosting and website design can cost far less than any print or broadcast advertising you can find today, and is far more permanent, instantly updatable, and upgradable at any time.

Are you ready to succeed? Or are you planning on failing?


Friday, August 13, 2010

Chrysler's Gun-Toting Pickup Truck

From Fox News.

Chrysler's Ram truck division is taking direct aim at hunters with a unique feature on its new line of Outdoorsman pickup trucks - a gun closet.

Called the The Mopar RamBox Holster, its a rack that can hold two rifles or shotguns inside one of the lockable, watertight compartments located on either side of the pickup bed.

A $205 option - on top of the $1895 price of the RamBox feature itself - the rack can be rotated to hold six fishing poles for those who prefer quieter trips into the great outdoors.

The Outdoorsman starts at $28,350 and includes standard features like scratch-resistant bumpers, puncture-resistant tires, and a towing package. Buyers can order the trimline on most Ram models, including heavy duty and long wheelbase versions.