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Happy New Year! Lots of upgrades…

Category : DHFW Site

Happy New Year DHFW Readers! It’s been about a month since the last post, since there have been lots of upgrades, both technically and in life.

First, the site is now upgraded to WordPress 2.7, and I’m looking at fixing a number of glitches in the site, including missing downloads, incorrectly functioning tickers, etc. If you spot a problem that needs fixing, please let me know.

Second, I’ve been making lots of progress on personal goals and especially around the FHWW. May “main job” has now been pared down to 4 hours  a day (I know, not a week, yet), but this year I will be paring it down even more. I will spend more time thinking about and writing on muses and microsourcing, so if you have any thoughts, please let me know.

I have a few posts queued up, so I will be uploading them over the course of the next few days. Stay tuned!

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Comments (1)

Hi Rex, great blog. I too am trying to live the 4HWW life.

I wanted a business to help 4HWW entrepreneurs with automation.

http://www.newrichcomm.com/

It offers the following services:

Incoming mail scanned (and optionally, forwarded) and outgoing mail sent by e-mailing a Word, PDF, or regular e-mail to us.

Phone calls and e-mails answered by native English speakers.

Cheap and easy fulfillment services (send us 25 – 1000 units of your product and each time you get an order, just forward to us by e-mail, automatic alerts when we’re low on product, etc.).

Customers are able to choose just what they need, or all 3 services.

I hope this helps and good job Rex getting your hours down to 4 hours a day!

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