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WHERE TO START

Where to start?

1. Find a Group that interests you - you can search key words on the right-hand side of this page, or simply go to the Groups Page.

2. Check out the LeaderBoards and see who's talking - make comments and say "hi" in the online chat!

3. Post a blog or forum question, and let your group and friends know about it!

 

Welcome to the community!

It’s April – one of the four short months of the year. The name comes from the Latin verb aperire, which means “to open,” in alignment with this being the time when trees and flowers begin to “open.” So our theme for this month is Open Up To A New Beginning.

48Days.NET is the Idea Networking site for people who are committed to finding - or creating - work that is meaningful, purposeful, and profitable. That includes entrepreneurs, artists, authors, musicians, those working from home, small business owners, BIG business owners, franchisees, independent contractors, reps, and more, as well as people who have found that fit as an employee. People who work on their own terms. We're honored to have you here with us!

Our mission is to enhance the process of imagining, dreaming and introspection to help people recognize their calling and true path, and to translate that into meaningful, purposeful and profitable daily work – in 48 Days.

 Be sure to check out the "Member Exclusives" tab at the top to see special downloads only for members!

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Forum

Oregon Mastermind Group?

Started by Cheri M in Miscellaneous. Last reply by David R Johns 7 hours ago. 6 Replies

our new book

Started by Tom Danner in Marketing & Promotion 17 hours ago. 0 Replies

Finding the need

Started by Deborah B Scott in Marketing & Promotion. Last reply by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on Friday. 4 Replies

Seth Godin's Blog

The freelancer course is here

Each of us gets to choose the sort of freelance work we will do. This is a profound freedom, and one that we often ignore, wasting the opportunity. To provoke you to take advantage of this moment, my new course...
            

The difference between mass and banality

Something doesn't have to be trite and dreadful to be popular, but often, popular things get this way. In the 1980s, most of the cars made by General Motors were mediocre, unmemorable and poorly designed. They were also quite popular....
            
 
 
 

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