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November 29, 2017

Creating a root from nothing

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 3:45 am

How do you create something from nothing? How do you create vast prosperity where there is nothing? Sometimes I ask myself how the native people’s of South Dakota can create a prosperous economic ecosystem where there is 90% unemployment. Can they do it? It starts with a seed.

Notaries can start from nothing and thrive too. It is a matter of getting knowledge and connections. When I started as a Notary, I did not know the right people to help me. However, as a resource, 123notary helps tens of thousands of Notaries get off on the right foot. With us you can go from nothing to thriving in a very short period of time.

You basically need to become an expert at all parts of notary procedure, loan documents, following directions, scheduling, and then grow your clientele.

Nothing starts from nothing. You need a seed, and fertile ground to grow. By connecting to resources out there like 123notary, Notary Rotary, the NNA, etc, you connect your root to nourishment that gives you knowledge and connection. If you plug yourself into the right outlet and study, you can thrive easily.

Unfortunately, most Notaries want to refuse to study enough and do a lot of complaining. That does not lead to good results. Don’t be like that. Stay positive and disciplined!

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  1. Pinch me, I must be dreaming. I actually totally agree with Jeremy. He covered in a past blog the demise of many “old pros”. For various reasons the notaries of the Baby Boomer Generation, the experts of the past; are “moving aside”. Those Not getting a Social Security check are moving into the profession to fill the void. Many of the “seasoned” (AKA “old farts”) – enjoy passing on their knowledge. The new crops of notaries are not any form of competition to us creaky old dinosaurs. Jeremy knows the formula, it’s simple: LEARN=EARN.

    Comment by Kenneth Edelstein — November 29, 2017 @ 4:33 am

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