Orlando Holiday Walk 2012

Team Anthony at the Holiday Walk for Bleeding Disorders

I know its early but I have the date for our 2012 Holiday Walk.

Saturday, December 8th!

So donate or let me know if you want to walk. (no amount is too big or too small.)

 Tell your friends, your neighbors, tell your neighbor’s friends, tell your friend’s neighbors.


 Let’s make this the best year ever.

You can donate by clicking the ‘donate’ button.

38 thoughts on “Orlando Holiday Walk 2012

      • rachid November 21, 2011 haythat’s is great,u strat first to chang your bevhiaor by a simple activty like a clean,practice sport and eat haighly,but u don’t focus to chang your mind by changing your ideas about life like think postively and be a proactive man,u see what i’m mean to tell u:it’s easy to chang your bevhiaor but it very difficult to chang your idea because depression in true is just wasan idea on mind like that i’m failed my project i feel no good in my life,now i’m depressing,u see that,just idea cintrol our life if we cintrol ideas in our mind we control us

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    • Warrior Ben October 18, 2011 Wow, Ed! I have to give you major props for having the atuittde of looking at your disabilities as challenges. I can’t even begin to imagine what you are going through. Your positive atuittde of looking at using your disabilities to your advantage, rather than against you, is inspiring to not just me, but probably others as well. It also sounds like you have a good way to be able to communicate with business owners with the visual e-mail.As for an actual intro pitch, here is what I use when cold calling on the phone. I don’t have any experience doing a text/e-mail pitch, so hopefully you can take this and customize it to work for your situation. First, I only target businesses who are already running print ads. The reason I do this is two-fold: 1) I know they already have a marketing budget because they are running ads and 2) A QR Code/Mobile Website makes perfect sense to add on to any print ad. To find businesses who are running print ads, just start looking around. I save every Coupon Clipper, RedPlum, and ValPak that comes in the mail. I also look in the daily and weekly newspapers, as well as local magazines in my city. Yellow Pages are another great place to look.Once I have identified the businesses I will be calling, I try to find out who the owner is. I’ll first look on their website and if it isn’t there, I will go to the Secretary of State website for my state and search the business registrations. Almost always I will find the name of the owner there.Now that I have the name of the owner, I will call up the business and ask for the owner by name. I will ask with confidence and almost make it seem like the owner is expecting my call. I’ve found this is a great way to get past any gatekeeper.Once I have the owner on the phone, I always use a variation of this script, Hi John, my name is Ben and I own a local marketing company. I noticed you were running an ad in Coupon Clipper, which is why I called. What my company does is offer a 2D Barcode that is scannable by any cell phone with a camera. Once scanned the user is taken to a mobile web app that gives more information about your business than could otherwise fit on your print ad. The reason I’m calling you specifically today is to set up an appointment to meet with you and show you how the technology works. How does tomorrow at 2pm work for you? I’ve found this script to be very effective in getting appointments. By stating a specific time to meet, it puts the onus on the business owner to either say yes or say no to that specific time, not no to meeting with you in general. I also call QR Codes 2D Barcodes because people have a better understanding of barcodes than QR Codes. Same thing with calling the mobile website a mobile web app . People relate apps to smartphones so it helps people understand better.Anyway, I hope you are able to take something from this script and make it work for your circumstance. Thank you for your comment and I wish you the very best of luck moving forward. I’m glad I could help reignite the dream!-Ben

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    • Warrior Ben October 26, 2011 Thanks Cory! Keep reading and I’ll keep wnriitg On a serious note, I’m glad I can be of help. Please remember that no matter how bad things can feel (and believe me I know they can feel absolutely horrible) that things really do get better. I know it sounds cliche, but that’s the reason I wrote this post. The feeling of depression can seem like a one way tunnel to nothing, but life really does turn itself around and the things I outlined in this post can help facilitate that turnaround.

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    • It’s really amnazig. I’m a paraplegic, multi disabled and mute.Yet your post was most timely. It didn’t initiate any change in me; but reinforced changes I’ve been going through the past week.You see Ben, I’m also a technophobe reliant on my roommate/partner to do all the computerized work necessary for business.Also I might add, having bought all your WSO’s, I’m addicted to the necessity for mobile marketing for local businesses.But I always found obstacles. Namely my disabilities. Well now they’re challenges.Before I couldn’t think of doing live videos. I just never found the fancy graphic kind on YouTube motivating.Well today I found a solution. Doing a visual email video explaining briefly my disability and then casually texting my message looking them straight in the eye.Getting a simple blog setup with a portfolio not claiming I did them, but what I can do for them.Like a visit to my site will reward them with a free e book on how mobile marketing can benefit them .a free QR code and what it means in revolutionary technology for offline marketing in ad spend, simplicity in getting their message off to prospective customers/clients. and amassing unbelievable profits.The bottom line is my disabilities can work for me than against me. Trustworthiness.You can help, Ben by assisting me with an intro pitch. Your marketing prowess has helped this struggling warrior to dream again.Thank you, Ben. Everyone needs a life makeover no matter how small or big.God Bless.

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