Yesterday, Neil Armstrong passed away at 82 years old. I don't know what the causes were. But that's not the point of this blog. Neil was the first born child of his family. He did what many first borns do, become successful in society. He loved science as a youngster. Went to college, studied Astronomy and became an astronaut. His success wasn't just with this. He got out there and pushed his cart. He wasn't the first one who thought about walking on the moon and being the first to do it. He was the first one to put this in action, plan it and do it.
Neil Armstrong has made history to be the first man and the first human to ever step foot on the moon! I will never forget that week, when we were glued to our TV set in July 1969, when Neil made that first step onto the crust of the moon and put that flag out. I'm sure that he was afraid, but failure wasn't an option! He was the first. There is nothing or no one to every replace that. His legacy will continue.
Bill Gates wasn't the first one to come up with the windows operating system. But he was the first one grab windows and push it! Get it legalized and make it a huge part of Microsoft. There are many things that Bill Gates pushed that had built this Microsoft Empire, before he stepped down as CEO.
Of course you heard of Google! Do you know of the two owners who are millionaires over this? Not surprisingly, neither do I. Once again, the search engine that does everything, was originally not their idea. Yahoo was already out and going. The reason why Google was more successful is that the owners pushed on having the everything search engine without a technical staff. They instead relied on the everyday people, like you and I, who used their search engine to help those who were stuck with technology, in their forums. They sold to big businesses with little overhead and became a success. We learned of and remembered Google because we found exactly what we needed their and it is fast. So did everyone's expression about it come up fast, Google it!
Jason Trout is not the first one to have a professional blog where bloggers get paid. But he is a pioneer in that he pushed his Good Blogs business, then is the first to have this site here, The Flaming Vegan for all of us to come and blog. Thank you, Jason.
So you're asking, where does all this lead us to? The best way to get Vegans more accounted for in this Society is to number one, write about it as we have been doing and to push the cart forward. I think the cookbooks and the videos are a very good way of going about this. And if you have an idea for Vegan business, it doesn't matter whether or not you were the first one to think of it. It matters that you push the cart and market it first. Get it legalized, copyrighted and patented, first. The same thing holds true for any vegan product that you want to sell. Another best way is to knock on Amazon's door about your own biography about being a Vegan. Write your books and ebooks about being a Vegan. Then you will be upping everything. Your heard when you're on Amazon and the NYC Best Seller list.
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