Watch Out For That Monkey! The 100 monkeys theory

Ever heard the about the 100 monkey theory? Seek the Monkey Money Matrix facebook group. You don’t get the gold without the dragon.

Speaking of Uber, did I mention I own a profitable taxi biz? I own AtlantaAirport.Taxi and they don’t. I have customers to pick up today, and all Uber will do is lose more money.

Speaking of monkeys, beware of that MailChimp, they are very clever as they grow their possible customer base. I’ve sent out 5 emails, and haven’t gotten one. I’m on the list I am sending to.

Oh well, it’s like this blog. if anyone gets to read it, why worry about it? If someone reading this blog finds the information, great, the comments are useless, just endless spam. As long as the right 100 monkeys are out there, all it takes is 1 to do something amazing.

Can you find my other blog? Or on Google. Let me know how that works out for you. When I need a ride, I find a good taxi, anyone can get an Uber fool.

Did I mention I Evolved.Gold?

Like that Ned Scott guy. I wonder if this post makes it to Steemit. Or Hive? Somebody give me an update please. Oh, and some Steem would be nice too. Yes, read this blog, but look for me on Steem(or Hive) as the censorship from YouTube, Facebook, Google and Twitter is at an all-time high.

……..welcome to the internet, it’s all your fault!

GROWTH: Momentum is created with constant forward pressure


It’s important to set an example for your child or children. If you are not a parent, then it’s about your community or your company. Even if you only improve your life or your business by 1%, that’s better than zero. It’s important on the internet too. Too many people make(or pay someone to make) a website, submit it to Google, Bing and a few search engines, then never do anything else.

These days, your website is how your business does business. You have to get the word out, you have to get people on your website, you can’t rely on Google or any other search engine. Advertising is the name of the game. Word of mouth remains the best advertising. Business cards are a major requirement, but you want your customers to talk good about you to their friends and business associates.

Before you can make any progress you have to get started. It’s all about taking the first step to making changes in your life or your business. One of the best ways to propel your business in the right direction is to advertise it, which often means getting people to your website. Blogs and social media are fine, but they only go so far and work best when they are worked daily.

You never know which small step, which random share, is going to result in growth. You can’t make anything happen without taking the first step. We live in a big world, there is an abundance of information; the world is looking for a demonstration. One of the best reasons to get started is because it is normal to have self-doubt. It is something you have to overcome.

You have to get the word out. One of the best ways to do this is called proximity marketing. You are the number one beacon for your business. Bluetooth beacons are the electronic solution, it is easy. You have to take the first step, you have to train that mental muscle; you have to get over that anxiety.

You might think that Facebook and YouTube is going to get the job done. The problem is, that’s what everybody thinks and what everybody is doing. Neither social platform is likely to show your content to anyone, you have to reach the potential customers where they live, in their smartphones. It’s called GeoFencing and I am an expert.

You have to fight the resistance of doing something new. You have to be assertive to be able to move forward. I’ve been working with beacons for a long time. One of my first websites is at www.Beacon-Nearby.Com

Much has changed, but one thing that has not changed is that to launch your ideas, to be successful, you have to move towards your dreams. You wouldn’t jump out of an airplane the first time without being with an expert, and the same is true with GeoAdvertising. I know from experience how it works, and how to make it work for you or your business. I am on the internet at www.ScottWalsh.GA 

Get in touch and let’s set a time for us to discuss my company, GeoAdvertising.

These links are here for you, but they are also here in my blog post for the search engines. The reason I am writing is this is to find the right people. People looking for the same opportunities as me, and someone who is looking for the right partner to work together for the purpose of creating GROWTH. I am willing to help you advertise yourself or your business. And I have the connections, tools, and expertise to help you with a proximity marketing campaign, for a short time or a long time.

It’s complicated. For example, check out: Beaconstac and Genusity

Are you a medium to large size business? Watch this video:

Don’t panic, the prices shown in that video are for medium and large size businesses. The beacons themselves will cost you less than a bag of groceries or to fill up your car. It doesn’t matter what it costs if you get results. You won’t get a ROI if you get scared and hesitate to spend what it takes. Growth and Success are worth it!

It’s complicated, I know the processes and models that work best. GeoAdvertising is not right for everyone, but it is the best way to go for most. I am not going to sell you something just for the sake of making a sale or gaining a client. You have expectations and I want to deliver something that is worth the money you’re going to be spending.

I know how GoogleAds work, I know how Facebook Ads work, nothing is magic. Advertising is about building your brand. Advertising takes time. YOU have to have something to offer. YOU have to be the best at what you do. I am the best in the Beacon business. I was here in that space before Beaconstac and Genusity. I want to help you GROW! Schedule a day and time to show up, and then show up. That is how you get things done. Most people give up on the 5 yard line. The gold is just across the next line, the winners are the ones who go for it and don’t give up.

Starup Founders Must Be Able To Handle Rejection And Negativity

Starup Founders Must Be Able To Handle Rejection And Negativity

You’ve heard all the terms: Elevator Pitch, Pitch Deck, 10 Minute Presentation, etc. Anybody who has ever been to a startup event has seen, even in crowds of hundreds most people are sitting alone, well dressed wearing their best shoes, and wearing a smile, but not talking to anybody.

Even when their current venture is brilliant, a startup founder is going to have to be able alot of cold shoulders and rejection by those very people who declare they are startup investors with ‘seed money’ and ‘runway’ money reject the startup founder, however politely.

The politeness is appreciated. The smirks and behind the back talk as one walks away certainly isn’t but if you want someone to invest in your business or idea it’s something you better get used to.I’ve had my idea and startup out there on the web for several years now and have heard the howling silence of non-interest. One SBA advisor who had retired from the corporate world once warned me: ‘Big companies, if they like your idea, will just flat-out steal it from you’ Of course, the SBA guys had a nice meeting with me, but never handed me a check, for any amount.

Local Chamber Of Commerce clubs, whose stated purpose is to help small businesses in the community, have a funny way of showing it. In the larger ones, they won’t even let you attend a meeting or talk to you if you don’t have the money to pay the entry fee. In smaller ones, you might meet one or two nice people, but the other 10 don’t like newcomers. That is why I called them clubs. Usually it’s the town’s female warrior business types whose husband bought them a flower shop or an art gallery.

Then there are the phone calls from people who want to lend you and your business the money you need to expand. They are usually calling from boiler rooms out west in California or from New York City. They have a nice attitude for the first 4 or 5 questions that are part of their sales pitch and they sound so confident as they say they want to give you $50,000 or $100,000 capital at 2-3% interest. So you trying saying yes, instead of just saying you are not interested and they always want the same thing. They want 3-4 months of your most recent bank records showing deposits of your profits and current balance. When you offer an explanation, saying that yes, my business turns a profit but I have bills and expenses to pay, if they are calling from the west coast they are polite and friendly and say they have a meeting to go to. If they are calling from New York, they often say they are on Wall St., the phone usually just goes click – the hangup in your ear.

The hackathons and developer meetings, some are good, most are nothing but a bad experience. The ones I hate the most are the ones who advertise and have you sign up on but when you go to show up, you find a parking lot full of no parking signs. So you park far away and hike in, after the first few you know to leave early, and when you get there the person or meeting doesn’t exist and the person who organized it isn’t there, you’re lucky if you can get a business card with their name, a telephone number, and an email address. So you call or send an email, you get a robo-response telling you your e-mail has been recieved, but they never email you back or return your phone call.

If you are lucky enough to get them on the phone, they boast about being experts and have a 3 minute conversation with you which consists mostly of them sitting there with a silent response and the conversation ends with them saying they will email you more information. This is usually a URL that doesn’t work or goes to a wordpress css style loaded webpage that takes forever to load, and a PDF file listing their list of successful clients they helped and/or a Google docs spreadsheet that produces an error message in your browser.

So you think, I know, I keep hearing how some veteran with his small business of selling aprons or cologne raised $2 million dollars on some crowdfunding website like Kickstarter or GoFundMe. I just don’t get excited about the $75 pair of sunglasses with awesome technology to reduce glare or let you see the road at night. If you take the time to register, choose another password, and verify your email or phone with a pin code, the page disappears into internet never-never land and you don’t get the first pledge of any amount.

Then there are the cryptocurrency websites that tell you how to do an ICO, or create your own tokens, but they just want a $300-$1000 fee paid cash up front to help assist you and list you on their blockchain exchange.

The bottom line is starting a business is as hard as it’s ever been. Running a business and making a profit doesn’t happen without long hours, lots of expenses – from printing business cards to paying a webhosting bill, and plenty of hard work. If you are successful, you get plenty of dirty tricks from blackhat hackers who will make your domain travel through their server farm and mysteriously you find your website displaying a server not found message or a parked GoDaddy webpage full of ads that GoDaddy profits from. Your hold time when you call support is often long and when you get someone on the phone they ask what the domain name is and say ‘I can see your website, it loads right up, and they read you something off the website’. Often the problem is a erroneous A record or some other problem with a zone file only they have access to. If you change the nameservers they simply declare the fault is not theirs and it must be a problem on your webhoster’s end.

Those who are successful in business or launching some great new technological solution that revolutionizes, or in their favorite language ‘disrupts’, the traditional business model have on thing in common: they never gave up. It’s like having to walk after the car has run out of gas or got a flat tire and you don’t have any money to pay for the unexpected tragedy. You just have to look and see what direction the sun is, and keep putting one foot in front of the other. Most people in the inner circle core of power resent newcomers, and all they want to do is stab you in the back or laugh as they sip wine and eat cheese, round with green specks in it of course.

You have to stay positive. The best events and meetups you get pizza, take a few slices because the pizza boxes are always never enough for the number of people who have attended. Treasure and stay in contact with those few nice people you meet along the way. Life and business work best when you avoid negativity and stay encouraging to those you meet, even if their idea or startup is crappy. Keep going to the meeting and events, BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW WHO YOU MIGHT MEET THERE if you go. If you don’t go, you won’t even know what you missed. Even if you don’t meet celebs and stars and big movers and shakers, you just might come away with a nugget or two of good information or a lead that is worth following.

Rejection is second nature, the uniform of the ‘unicorn’, and you never know what the future is bringing. Hopefully Peperoni, cooked well done, and some packets of parmesan cheese. I’ll pass on the boxed wine and crackers, thanks anyhow.

In case anyone reading this cares, my startup project lives at

And yes, this a wordpress blog. All those plugins that say they do this or that with shortcode you can insert into a page or a post, usually never work, and are just bait to sell you a premium version with all sorts of wonderful features. If you don’t like my old-school handwritten HTML pages, I just don’t care. They sure load and function better than yours does, and you don’t get any fly in from the top popup windows asking you to subscribe to their mailchimp email list.

Use what works and discard the rest. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Youtube, well, are Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. We all use them, because at the end of the day, what choice is there. Not everyone is a hacker who got into Bitcoin and Blockchain when prices were really low and before they became buzzwords and started being talked about on CNBC. Even today, when you talk to most people about blockchain and tokens, they don’t have a clue but they had a brother who made some money with it. Then they tell you it’s too late and show you their Apple stock account, worth such and such in dollars. Just disregard the trillions in debt attached to each of those dollars and declare that the price of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, is going to drop because not enough people are using it and the dollar and their gold and silver will be around forever.

These are just the mosquitos and prickly bushes you find in the forest of the reality world of business. Deal with it. Keep coding, keep learning, learn to unlearn and whatever happens, just smile and try to keep a good sense of humor.