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worked with Tim’s

programs, we grew from

five to an 18-practitioner

wellness center  ”

“ Tim built practitioner

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scratch and enabled an

atmosphere of mutual

support and growth  ”

“ Tim has excellent



tireless energy,

can see the broad view  ”

“ Tim's brilliance

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and extends outward

into his work . . .

and he's funny as shit  ”

“ His vision & ability didn't

just effect individual

businesses, but brought

people closer and helped

to build community  ”

“ The efforts

of Be Well,

without question,

grew the market

for holistic services  ”

“ Tim set standards

for excellence,


and innovation,

all with earnest warmth  ”

“ always impressed with

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to serve the greater good,

and his palpable

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offering to

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“ Tim Brady

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for so many,

including myself  ”

“ Tim was a pleasure . . .

 easy to communicate

with and quick to respond

He went beyond

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And while all of this

is really helpful,

it may be that

his intuition

is his greatest gift

“ He truly wants

to help people

grow their gifts . . .

Being in service is

something Tim lives ”

He offered opportunity,

guidance and fabulous

ideas – all of which

helped to expand

my business’ visibility

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How Not to Get a Domain Name

The last few days we’ve talked about Business and Domain Names, and how the latter really ought to come before the former.  Let me share a few thoughts about how, and how not to, go about getting and keeping your domain names.

Many folks will let their web developer do it for them.  I understand, but I strongly recommend this as something you do on your own, or at least with control.

Key is that, the person who owns the account under which the name gets registered OWNS the . . .  Read More