Using Converzly HTML and Countdown Timers

Hi everyone! I’m going to link to the other Converzly tutorials I have posted here so you can see them all, but today I wanted to share how I’m using the HTML addition and also the countdown timer on this tool. SO wonderful!

Here’s today’s video and the other posts with tutorials and showcases of examples I did are below that: Continue reading

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Learning More About Converzly

Hi everyone! I’m going through the Converzly training and test driving new ways of doing stuff. I really want to master it because it’s already so easy to use, so I want to make sure I don’t avoid any features out of my inherent tech phobia.

Someone had asked if we could change the color on Converzly and I found out how to do that! I also did a test page setup for a fiction book so that those who are authors (of either fiction OR non fiction) could see what that looks like. Continue reading

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Converzly Tutorial for an Event Page Turned PLR Launch Page

Hi everyone! Wanted to make another video about my use of a new tool I have called Converzly. I love it. Launched another product today SO quick and easy. I have other posts on here with tutorials for the tool in case you need to see those. Continue reading

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Build a Better To Do List

Hi everyone! I’m convinced that one of the reasons I’m able to “get so much done” is because of my to do list strategy. I know many people wake up and fly by the seat of their pants, but not me.

So I wanted to share a few tips on how to make your to do lists more effective based on what I, myself do.

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Ha! My What If Thinking Is Paying Off

Hi everyone! I can’t tell you how many times people tell me not to worry about the future. I’m what you call a worrywart – I always imagine the Apocalypse happening (not literally – I just mean the worst case scenario) and then I work my way through it.

What I DON’T do is get paralyzed by it. I think that’s where I differ from some people. I don’t sit on my hands and cry about what might happen if the worst were to come true.  Continue reading

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