Oct 17 2008

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  1. Hi Nancy,

    I followed you from Tom’s blog. Very interesting blog. This is my first time to learn about flower essence therapy, and you make it very approachable.

    One of my suggestion is, because this is something the customer may ingest, more safety related advice on FAQ may be helpful. For example, I’d be interested if the flowers are organic, and if not, if there is any chance the pesticide sprays may be left out on the flower when making the essence.

    And more importantly — let’s say I’m interested and want to try it out. Now I’m not sure how to start. Do I need to have some consultation session with you, or can I just buy what I think I like? If I can just buy — well, I don’t see any online storefront!

    Make things really easy for potential customers. If this is a business blog, make your landing page your sales page with clear directions on what to do for potential customers.

    Again, this is very interesting. I’m in spiritual service, too (I read people’s soul records, called Akashic Records). Maybe we can help each other someway.


    Akemi Gaines

    Akemi “spiritual entrepreneur” @ Yes to Mes last blog post..Inside Out Approach To Entrepreneurship, Part 4, Learn Marketing

  2. Nancyon 23 Oct 2008 at 11:47 am

    Hi Akemi,

    Welcome and thank you for your very insightful comments.

    Some of your thoughts really do need longer answers, which I will write and post in the FAQ section and in the general section too. Those are great questions!

    One answer I see I REALLY need to make has to do with your question about organic. The short answer is: “It doesn’t matter!” I’ll explain why in my post to add to the FAQ section ๐Ÿ™‚

    As for how to buy, most of my posts have links in them to my commercial sites, where the longer product descriptions are and the order pages to the shopping cart. This site was never meant to replace the static sites — just a place where I can offer more information and interact with people’s questions and thoughts better (and more easily.) Sort of like we’re doing right now ๐Ÿ™‚

    What I want this blog to do is to be a learning environment. So far that is working out pretty well!

    The sales sites are friendly, but more focused on getting sales.

    Would you like to take a look at them?

    If so, here they are:


    But let me think about making it easier for people to make purchases from this blog. Maybe I can make a page that is more focused on sales. Hmmm. . .

    Thank you for these great suggestions!


  3. I love how this formula’s name came to be! Sometimes the simple, most obvious choice is the answer. Love it!

    Suzanne Bird-Harris | vAssistant Servicess last blog post..Project Powerful and Positive

  4. Nancyon 08 Jan 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Today I heard back from one of the people who used this formula, Linda Risoli from Harrison, NY. Because she doesn’t go online much, I asked her if I could post her story here and she said that I could.

    Linda got the Safe Harbor Formula just before the holidays in mid-December, and it was just in time. Her parents have been having some serious health issues, with hospitalizations and challenges for both of them. That’s hard enough at any time of year, but during the holidays with all the added worries, it’s really stressful.

    Both Linda and her husband took the formula; the first time her husband tried it, he said “Wow! I can feel that already!” (We know that each person experiences essences differently — it took Linda longer to notice anything.) But both of them agreed that it really helped them get through a very tough period, in pretty good shape.

    Sometimes nothing can change your outer circumstances — but it’s sure nice when you get some help from the flowers, to get through things with a whole lot less stress than you would have had without it. That’s why Safe Harbor was made!

    Looks like Linda and her family found their Safe Harbor this holiday season. And thanks, Linda, for the great feedback and permission to post it!


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