Tell a Friend To Earn Cash Or Points

John F Kennedy
John F Kennedy

Dear Friend,

I started this website out of a sincere desire to help others succeed at their Information Technology (IT) careers. You see, I had a hard time starting my IT career because I was misled several times by poor advise, myths or outright lies!

In 1994, one of my mentors actually said that I would never be able to start my desired IT career because I didn’t have the talent for it. Another mentor said that following my heart or doing what I love” by choosing a career in Information Technology was not smart! According to him, I would be better of with a stable career in medicine or law because information technology careers were new, untested and unproven.

However, I followed my heart and became an in-demand IT professional. The hardest part wasn’t learning learning Information Technology skills … but formulating a career plan that kept my career, skills and expertise always relevant in the marketplace. I thank God that I succeeded and I also thank God for giving me the focus, determination and ability to “do what I love” and succeed.

I Will Help You Succeed

I understand the pain, challenges and situations facing folks who want to advance their IT careers, become achievers, be all that they can be, get a good IT job or career or overcome the obstacles posed by lack of information, myths, lies or biased advise.

I have a desire … a passion … and a plan to help you succeed at Information Technology (IT) careers … the easy, fast, affordable and convenient way. You see, the years between 1994 and 1998 were the dark ages of my IT career. I made mistakes, struggled and kind of wandered around in circles until 1999! Starting from 1999, I discovered, tested and documented fundamental strategies that will fast track IT Careers for anyone, anywhere anytime.

… And then 3 years ago, I became inspired to start this website after I met a lady who was unable to get a computer science job even though she had a computer science degree. That my friend, was my turning point, as I realized that I would make a difference in her life and that of others by sharing all the knowledge that I had accumulated over the years … and taken for granted.

Become an IT Career Coach … Help Others Succeed

While many of you have found the help you need to advance your IT careers within my articles or answers to your questions or e-books or online, web-based training boot camps there are still others … that need the career advancing information on this website.

If you have been reading the news lately or following the economic events on TV or online, you may be shocked at the number of people who’ve lost their jobs, life savings, careers or sadly even their lives! There are families where the husband and wife have lost their jobs or their income or their homes.

My goal is not to make you sad, but to show you the need to help others put their lives back together or achieve their career goals or get good jobs or pay their bills and take good care of their lives. Don’t take the good information, training and discussions on this website for granted. I am asking you to help your friends, colleagues, contacts and professional network by sending to them; posts, articles and discussions that you find helpful on this website

Tell a Friend to Earn Cash or Points

I am announcing the IT Career Coach “Tell a Friend” program. The “Tell a Friend” program allows you to refer any post or article on this website to your friends, contacts or colleagues who may need them.

This is how the IT Career Coach Tell a Friend program works. At the bottom of each article there is a link or text titled: “Send this Post to a Friend to Earn Cash or Points“. Click on that link and you will be taking to a page where you can send the article to your friends, colleagues or contacts. You are awarded points for each friend you send the article to or cash if the friend decides to buy a helpful product (e-book, training program, etc.).

Dear Friend,

It takes less than a minute to help your friends or contacts by sharing a helpful article from this website. At the bottom of each post, there is link or text titled: “Send this Post to a Friend to Earn Cash or Points“. Use it to recommend a helpful article to your friends, colleagues (past and current) or contacts

John F. Kennedy On Helping Others

John F. Kennedy in his famous Inaugural Address delivered in Washington, DC on January 20th 1961 said: “ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country“. Likewise, I ‘m asking you to help others by sending helpful articles from this website to them … you will earn points or cash by doing so … your friends or contacts will be helped by finding the answers to the tough situations facing them … and we all, would have made our world a better place.

7 Responses to "Tell a Friend To Earn Cash Or Points"

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  5. Kingsley Tagbo   April 8, 2009 at 8:33 am


    We have students from India, Japan, Australia, London, Great Britain, Canada, Africa and other continents or countries.

    The reference to John F. Kennedy was not meant to imply that the “Tell a Friend” program is for americans only! I could have used this quote from Winston Churchill: “All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope” or another quote from Indira Ghandi.

    I hope this clarifies things for you … the “tell a friend” program is open to all nationalities and countries and I am personally asking you to join and start using it to help others.

  6. GJ   April 7, 2009 at 8:49 am

    What are some suggestions for the unemployed and those that cannot afford paid training?

  7. Dinesh   April 7, 2009 at 8:35 am

    Why don’t you start something similar in the UK, in London.

    I could consider joining you then.


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