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So let’s see here:

I’ve got an online store at Beyond the Charts, a message board at The Wasteland, this blog, the blog I’m doing with New Authors Fellowship, the social networks of MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter, as well as staying social on three other message boards I frequent, marketing for my other venture, trying to find time to write for my novel, keeping up with media by reading, watching movies and TV, and listening to various music just to keep up with things, and keep my son entertained throughout the day while making sure my baby girl is taken care of and my wife is happy and taking time to spend with God. Somehow I get most of this done, but there’s really so much else I need to do and I need to get tighter on doing these.

I need to add products to my online store. I haven’t added products in quite some time and I don’t have anybody but myself to do it, so I’m going to have to take the time to do that while still somehow keeping up with everything else. I also need to figure out why the checkout process for my online store keeps messing up. I’ve been told by another person now that they weren’t able to get through it and this seems to be a reoccurring problem. I also need to figure out a way to broaden the marketing of Beyond the Charts outside of what I’m already doing. If anybody out there either has ideas or is just willing to help tell others about Beyond the Charts send me an e-mail at suggestions@beyondthecharts.com and I’ll get back to you on this.

Each day I follow the same general outline of a schedule. I’ve kept things fairly basic, but I think I’m going to need to get more specific and keep a tighter schedule as I find myself using up a lot of time in areas that I probably should be briefer with.

And now I have to deal with the time change. Is anyone out there have a tired head like I do today after the time change? Did you go to bed at your “normal” time only to realize you then had one hour less of sleep available to you? And when you woke up, didn’t you feel like you should stay in bed? Why is it that America has to keep changing the time like that? Let’s get over it already! No one else in this world does it, why do we still keep such an archaic practice that is still relatively new in the scheme of history anyway? (yes, I used both the word “archaic” and the word “new” to describe the same thing)

So, keep your eyes peeled on Beyond the Charts for new products, and if you need to order something and are having a hard time making it through the checkout process, send me an e-mail at beyondthecharts@beyondthecharts.com with the info on the items you want to order and I’ll work with you on it to make sure you get your order. I’m considering getting a different shopping cart system if this one persists in being problematic. I’ll keep you informed of that too.

Okay, I hope everyone had a great week last week. I’ll be posting more info soon. In the meantime, you can keep up with Beyond the Charts on any of the above links in the first paragraph or my signature.

Be encouraged,

David James
Founder – Beyond the Charts, LLC
706-839-6571
Beyond the Charts
The Wasteland
The Blog of The Lost Journeyman
MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter

Today’s my birthday! I’m 34 yrs. old.

I like to keep things simple and typically don’t advertise to everyone about my birthday and whatnot. I’m an attention getter that doesn’t care for it on my birthday.

Well this time I’m making an exception because I have a goal. My goal is to get a Kindle from Amazon. I don’t expect people to just send me money or go buy me a Kindle. I’d feel like that was begging, plus who knows how much would suddenly come my way? I’d have several Kindles lying around I wouldn’t need. Hah-hah!Β  πŸ˜‰

No, for the people I’m telling about my birthday (which includes you reading this), all I’m asking is that you go to my online store at Beyond the Charts and see what’s available and purchase a couple of items or so. That would get you something good, plus help me toward my goal of getting a Kindle. Oh, and if there’s anything you don’t see on there that I’d carry, just let me know and I’ll see what I can find for you.

I’ve posted this info a few times recently in different places and I’m really kinda’ embarrassed about it, like I said, if in the past I were to have told you, it would have been privately, so you would have been a rare individual. I usually wouldn’t tell people until the day arrived. People would get upset with me sometimes, but I just don’t like advertising my birthday for some reason. My recent postings of this includes one memorable moment where I had first gotten Tweetdeck and thought I was only posting on Twitter and all my posts were showing up in duplicate on Facebook because I had linked my Twitter and Facebook accounts to where everything on Twitter showed up on Facebook, plus Tweetdeck was posting on Facebook. Got a couple of complaints on that one. Sorry if you are Friends with me on there and that aggravated you that day.Β  πŸ˜‰

And also, you may be aware by now that I’ve got a message board of my own for Beyond the Charts called The Wasteland, and I’d love to interact with you on there some today, so feel free to go ahead and register and introduce yourself in the Welcome area. Oh, and by the way, I’ve got a similar message to this over there too, so don’t be surprised if you see it.

Okay, so there you have it. It’s my birthday and that’s the only thing I’m asking of anyone is to help me get a Kindle by supporting my online store. Even with my wife, she bought me some spiritual books that came in the other day, but other than those I haven’t made any requests of her.

I hope you have a good one today yourself as you enjoy the knowledge that it’s the birthday of someone you know!Β  πŸ˜€

Be encouraged,

David